B'Downtown Las Vegas Restaurants'
807 S. Main Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101
One of Las Vegas' oldest Mexican restaurants, which opened in 1950, attracts old-school tourists with a taste for El Sombrero's homemade salsas and tortillas. The family owned eatery features spicy chiles and a basic selection of large portioned dishes like enchiladas and burritos.
129 Fremont St., Las Vegas, NV 89101
Come to the Grotto for authentic Southern Italian cuisine and you won't be disappointed. House-made pastas, authentic entrees, and a buffet-like antipasti course are just some of the reasons the restaurant retains its popularity. A warm, festive atmosphere with a wood-burning oven and vibrant murals along the walls offer a comfortable setting where guests seem to always enjoy themselves.