Where to Find the Best Tacos in Las Vegas?

Las Vegas is a city known for its lavish casinos and resorts. But there’s more to this city than just gambling and entertainment. Las Vegas also has some of the best Mexican food in the country.

Tacos are a staple of Mexican cuisine, so it’s no surprise that they’re available all over Las Vegas.

Finding the best tacos in Las Vegas can be a daunting task. With so many options, where does one start? Fret no more, because we have an extensive guide made just for you!

So whether you’re looking for a cheap taco or something a little more upscale, we’ve got you covered. Here are 15 of the best tacos in Las Vegas.

El Dorado Cantina

el dorado cantina

Located in downtown Las Vegas, El Dorado Cantina offers some of the best tacos in Las Vegas.

They come in different varieties and use non-GMO meat and organic fish and vegetables. You can also get their veggie option with roasted chilies and poblano peppers. So if you’re looking for a bit of a healthier option, this is perfect.

El Dorado is open for 24 hours, so you can go here for that late-night taco craving, which is not uncommon in Vegas!

Menu: El Dorado Menu

Top Review: “Delicious authentic Mexican food. The queso fundido remained nice and cheesy the entire time because it was served on a hot skillet. We also had the shrimp and steak skillet that was flavorful and cooked perfectly. Their rice was also so tasty! Definitely recommend!Greysi R.

3025 Sammy Davis Jr Dr Las Vegas, NV 89109, (702) 722-2289

Tacos El Gordo

Yes please! Photo: Ann T.

Tacos El Gordo has several locations in Vegas and is famous for its tacos.

They’re mostly known for their al pastor taco and carne asada taco, but they also have some good vegetarian options.

They also offer a unique salsa bar and seasonal micheladas (beer cocktails). Tacos El Gordo has been featured on the Travel Channel show “Man vs Food” and “Best Tacos in America.”

For meat lovers out there, Tacos El Gordo has 10 meat choices to choose from. They offer the traditional choices like carne asada, but if you want to experiment a little try their less conventional options.

Their portions are hefty and will definitely satisfy you. Plus, they’re open till the late hours so you can have it as a midnight snack.

Menu: Tacos El Gordo Menu

Top Review: “My family and I visited this restaurant and realized why it is always busy, packed, and also has a long line because it is SO GOOD! Prices are reasonable, there are many selections, and the food is delicious!”Mark L.

Border Grill

Located inside Mandalay Bay, Border Grill offers some of the most unique tacos in Las Vegas.

The taco menu is constantly changing based on seasonality and availability, but it’s always a treat to check out what they’ve got to offer. They also have a nice tequila bar if you’re up for a drink.

Some varieties you can get are gluten-free brisket taquitos, the Vampiro shrimp tacos, and the classic al pastor tacos. The price is steeper than the others on our list, but it’s worth it.

So stop by border grill next time you’re at Mandalay Bay and take advantage of this little gem.

Menu: Borders Grill Menu

Top Review: “Best Mexican Food in Vegas. Everything is made in house and fresh. My recommendation is the carne asada tacos (excellent marinated steak, fresh chopped onion and cilantro and in house made corn tortilla)”Jeff K.

3950 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89119, (702) 632-7403

Taqueria Casa Del Pastor

With locations on the east and west side of Vegas, this small taco truck offers some of the finest tacos in the city.

They’re open for 24 hours so you can satisfy your late night cravings or get a tasty taco at any time! Their meat selection is second to none and their tortillas are always fresh and hot.

You can’t miss their tacos de bueche or tacos de lengua. While they don’t sound the most appetizing, prepare to be surprised. The food here is amazing and hands down some of the best tacos you’ll find in Las Vegas.

While it may be a little out of the way, it’s well worth making the trip over for these amazing tacos. Just watch out for the line during peak times because it can get crowded.

If you want some authentic traditional tacos, head here immediately.


Top Review: “Always there when you need them! If you have time and are patient, this spot is worth the wait. During late night there is a make shift drive thru that works great after a fun night in dowtown.”Montse S.

530 N Las Vegas Blvd LAS VEGAS BLVD & BONANZA Las Vegas, NV 89101, (702) 640-8539

Hussong’s Mexican Cantina

Veggie Tacos at Hussong's Mexican Cantina, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Photo: Hussong’s Mexican Cantina

Located in the Mandalay Palace, Hussong’s Mexican Cantina offers some amazing tacos!

If you’ve come here for the margaritas, don’t leave without trying their selection of tacos.

Their selection has the classics: barbacoa, al pastor, carnitas, but also offer specialty tacos. You can get fish, shrimp, pork belly, or even Kung Pao chicken on your taco. You’ve also got veggie options to choose from.

Although they’re quite pricey, they are also very large and extremely filling. if you can’t decide what taco to get, go for the carne asada because it’s absolutely amazing!

Menu: Hussong’s Mexican Cantina Menu

Top Review: “Came here with a group of friends prior to a conference at the hotel! Food was delicious, especially the chips and salsa. I ordered the stacked quesadilla with chicken and it was definitely enough for two meals. The guacamole that it came with was some of the best I’ve had in a while! Definitely will come back go try their margaritas when I don’t have commitments later in the day. Service was friendly, prompt, and attentive!” – Taylor M.

3930 Las Vegas Blvd S Ste 121B Las Vegas, NV 89119, (702) 632-6450

Taco Y Taco Mexican Eatery

Array of various taco plates at Taco Y Taco in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Photo: Taco Y Taco

Taco Y Taco Mexican Eatery is a delightful Mexican restaurant that offers many traditional taco options, as well as some innovative new takes!

They have an extensive menu with many traditional taco options, but they’ve also innovated some new takes.

They offer classic tacos like al pastor and carne asada, but their specialty items are what should be noted the most highly. Their beef head or cabeza taco is definitely one of the best out there and they also offer tripas or beef guts.

If you’re looking for some good Mexican tacos, this is the place to get it. They’ve got locations all over town so you can’t miss out on these amazing tacos!

Menu: Taco Y Taco Menu

Top Review: “Taco y Taco does a great job taking abuela’s kitchen and putting it in a chill and fun space with a solid bar. It has quickly become out neighborhood taco spot because it offers affordable, authentic food with a modern aesthetic. The menu variety is great. The condiment bar brings me nostalgia for taco shops in Mexico. Service quality can vary depending on the day, but overall everyone does well. Be sure to take advantage of their daily specials.” – Joe H.

9470 S Eastern Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89123, (702) 749-7091

Komex Fusion

Fusion tacos with flour tortillas at Komex Fusion in Las Vegas, Nevada.
These fusion tacos will take your tastebuds on an adventure! Photo: Michelle Z.

If you’re looking for fusion cuisine to take your taco to the next level, try Komex Fusion!

They offer a wide variety of tacos with different meats and toppings, as well as a few vegan options.

You can get a taco with beef, chicken, pork, or tofu. They also have a ton of other menu items that marries Korean and Mexican cuisine together. Many attested to how beautiful this pairing work, so don’t knock it till you try it!

If you’re not feeling adventurous, they do have traditional tacos available to order.

Menu: Komex Fusion Menu

Top Review: “Absolutely delicious! Komex is my new favorite spot for fusion food!

Located in a small plaza on N. Decatur, this incredible fusion Korean/Latin restaurant is serving up delicious food, and hefty portions, all at an affordable price!

We ordered the Fusion Chicken Burrito and the Fusion Tots to-go, and needless to say, I am HOOKED! The food stayed hot and fresh, even on the 20 minute drive home!

The Tots are my favorite! Sweet and savory marinated beef, mixed with bits of crispy pork AND bacon, piled high over the lightly fried tater tots! It checked every single box off my list of what I want loaded tater tots to be! The Burrito was massive and was filled with plenty of tender marinated chicken! Not to mention, the special hot sauce we got on the side was pure flavor!

The staff was so friendly! The gentleman, which I believed to be the owner, was extremely kind and personable. He took the time to explain everything they placed in my to-go order, and you could tell he really showed pride in the food.

I am making Komex my top spot for tasty eats!!” – Chelsea S.

633 N Decatur Blvd H, Las Vegas, NV 89107, (702) 646-1612

Tacos El Jefe’s

If you’re looking for a no-frills taco shop, Tacos El Jefe’s is your place!

While the establishment does not boast flashy advertisements, they do have some of the best tacos in town.

They offer all of the classics: al pastor, carnitas, barbacoa, and more. And their prices are unbeatable. They’re open late and have generous portions that’ll fill you up nicely.

If you’re looking for some good old-fashioned tacos, Jefe’s is the place to be.

Menu: Tacos El Jefe’s Menu

Top Review: “Very flavorful and meaty street tacos (Al pastor, shredded chicken, carnitas). Worth the trip and the salsa great as well. The wings were good but the street tacos were amazing. Location is in a food court, not air conditioned, best for to go orders! Yum!” – Jen W.

6475 W Charleston Blvd suite 120, Las Vegas, NV 89146; (702) 248-6692

Tacos & Beer

This taco and beer joint is exactly what it sounds like. Tacos & Beer is a place to come and enjoy some amazing tacos while you drink some cold ones.

They have all of the classics as well as some specialty tacos that you won’t find anywhere else. And they’ve got a great selection of beers to choose from. You can choose from 22 different tacos, several of which are vegetarian.

If you’re looking for a casual place to eat some good tacos and drink some beer, then look no further. Tacos And Beer have got you covered.

Menu: Tacos & Beer Food Menu; Tacos & Beer Beer Menu; Tacos & Beer Happy Hour Menu

Top Review: “I found this place about 2 weeks ago. And I’m already back…and making plans to come back this Saturday with my sister. A hidden gem off the Strip for sure. I had the veggie taco and the beer battered avocado (some great vegan and vegetarian options for me!) while my boyfriend had the shrimp and beef crunchy taco. His eyes literally rolled in the back of his head it was so good. Nancy behind the bar makes the absolute BEST margaritas too. And tequila isn’t my thing, I’m more a whiskey girl. Anywho, you gotta come here if you want good food. Or stay away so I can have room at the bar ;)” – Tami M.

3900 Paradise Rd A, Las Vegas, NV 89169; (702) 675-7572

Cabo Wabo Cantina

Cabo Wabo Cantina is a culinary institution that has been around for years in Vegas and is always crowded.

They offer a wide variety of tacos, but their specialty is the shrimp taco. The carne asada tacos can also do wonders if you’re staying up all night partying. They also have a good selection of tequila if you’re feeling frisky. But be careful of that Cabo Wabo tequila!

Although it can be quite pricey, it’s a great place to go if you want to feel like a high roller.

Menu: Cabo Wabo Cantina Menu

Top Review: “Fun and good food with a view of the strip.  We got an “Open Table” reservation which made it easy to plan our day.  

Crazy good drinks including everything Sammy, along with a variety of beers.

Quick service that wasn’t pushy and we hung outside for a while people watching.  

A regular stop!!” – Mark S.

3663 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109; (702) 385-2226

China Poblano

China Poblano is a unique restaurant that offers a blend of Mexican and Chinese cuisine.

You can order tacos as part of their regular menu or as part of their “taco tasters” which are a variety of small tacos. They also have an extensive selection of cocktails and beers.

If you’re looking for something different, China Poblano is the place to be. It’s definitely not for everyone. But if you like to mix it up, make sure to come here.

Menu: China Poblano Menu

Top Review: “Recommended by a local major venue food & beverage manager friend, this place hit the marks. We had the tasting menu, totally reasonable at $45/head.

Chips & salsa were delish. Carnitas taco – just heavenly with the severe contrast of the tender carnitas & chicharon crunch. Wow. Siu Mai was so good, tuna ceviche – yum, 20 veggie fried rice- yes!

Camerones Al mojo de ajo – wish I had more. The mini churro looked like a breadstick but was deceptively decadent, salt air margaritas were our drink of choice but the gin & tonics looked so good we had to order one to go at the end. Would return in a heartbeat.

Service was stellar as well. A+” – Drew F.

Boulevard Tower, 3708 Las Vegas Blvd S Level 2, Las Vegas, NV 89109; (702) 698-7900

Carson Kitchen

There’s no shortage of Mexican restaurants in Las Vegas, but only a few places serve up truly great tacos. Carson Kitchen is one of them.

This modern, upscale restaurant in the Downtown area is known for its inventive dishes, and the tacos are no exception.

Prepare to be amazed by their gyro tacos that’s a great combination of Mediterranean and Mexican cuisine. Inside you’ll find lamb, tzatziki, cucumber, and tomato. If you’re looking for something a little more traditional, their carne asada tacos are also delicious.

The best part is that Carson Kitchen is some of the most affordable tacos. You can get 3 for $10!

Menu: Carson Kitchen Menu

Top Review: “Stopped in for a late lunch.

This place has always been one of my favorite places and is probably my number one spot in downtown. Great atmosphere with great food. The staff is always so friendly too!

The chicken skin is always amazing. The Foie butter & jelly is a must try. The pecan halibut was a little dry for me. Gyro tacos were good. The pecan buckle was pretty awesome too.

We will always come back and can’t wait to see the seasonal menu changes!” – Alicia D.

124 S 6th St Suite 100, Las Vegas, NV 89101; (702) 473-9523

Los Tacos

While there are countless places to get tacos in Las Vegas, few can compare to the deliciousness of tacos from Los Tacos. This local favorite is known for its authentic Mexican flavors and heavenly soft tortillas. It’s a simple, no-frills dish that’s done right and is incredibly delicious.

You can get it for a low price too of just $3 per piece. Plus, this is the perfect late-night snack that would never disappoint.

If you’re looking for a mouth-watering taco experience, be sure to check out Los Tacos. You won’t regret it!

Menu: Los Tacos Menu

Top Review: “I’ve been coming here since I was a teenager. The service is always quick, the employees are friendly, and the food is excellent!
My go to order is a veggie burrito (these days without cheese and creama), with chips and salsa, and a coke with green sauce on the side.
For the pico lovers, did you know you can buy a decent size tub too? If you’ve been debating,  look no further!” – Chantalle U.

Location 1: 4001 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102; (702) 252-0100

Location 2: 1710 E Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104; (702) 471-7447

Tacos are a staple in Las Vegas, but you might not know where to get the best ones. Whether you want traditional Mexican food or something with a more modern twist, we’ve got your covered!

You can go for something simple like Los Tacos or an upscale experience with dishes that combine different flavors. Any of these places will satisfy your craving for tacos and leave you wanting more.

When you have a craving for tacos, which restaurant do you head to?