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Guadalajara returns to Boulder Station, bringing with it an authentic new menu
(Las Vegas, December 18, 2017) – Guadalajara is back. The hugely popular Mexican restaurant has returned to Boulder Station with an authentic new menu and great values.
Guadalajara is reopening its doors today, Dec. 18, with authentic Mexican dishes for discerning diners. The menu includes a full array of mouth-watering appetizers, entrees, desserts and of course, margaritas. All of the aspects that Guadalajara was famous for, including its generous portion sizes, are returning, along with new touches to make for a truly authentic dining experience. Guadalajara was a staple at Palace Station and Boulder Station for decades, with the former opening in 1990 and the latter opening in 1994.
Guadalajara will feature a full array of authentic new dishes, with a menu created in part by room chef Salvador Esperanza. The new specialties include Yucatan surf and turf, steak picado, carne asada enchiladas, chile verde, a carnitas platter, pescado del mar, camarones al mojo, and a shrimp and crab burrito. Other exciting new dishes on the menu include campechana – shrimp, oysters and octopus in a seafood broth, served with lime, crispy tostadas and crackers. Then there’s a tableside fajita spinach salad, spinach enchiladas, tacos al pastor, chilaquiles and chicken cocktelero – braised sliced chicken breast in Mexican spices cooked in garlic and red sauce, served in a crispy flour tortilla bowl.
The restaurant’s menu also features familiar items from Guadalajara’s past such as the longtime Station Casinos classic Camarones Guadalajara, bacon-wrapped shrimp stuffed with white cheddar cheese and honey mustard sauce. Other favorites include the chicken suizas enchiladas, tacos al carbon and chile rellenos. In addition, the restaurant’s popular salsa bar will be back. Guadalajara will be open daily at 11 a.m. For reservations, call 702-432-7594.
About Boulder Station
Boulder Station Hotel and Casino is the premier gaming and entertainment destination on Las Vegas’ “Boulder Strip” with 300 guest rooms and suites. Boulder Station entertainment venues include the iconic Railhead, winner of the Academy of Country Music’s “Casino of the Year” award in 1999, 2001 and 2003; and an 11-screen movie theater. Dining options include The Broiler, offering steaks in an elegant atmosphere; Pasta Cucina, Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant, the Feast Buffet and several casual dining options. The property has a full array of gaming options, including bingo, a poker room, race and sports book, table games and more than 2,500 slots/video poker machines. Other amenities include meeting and convention space as well as Kid’s Quest, a supervised child care facility. Boulder Station is owned and operated by Station Casinos. For more information, please visit https://boulderstation.sclv.com/.
Laura Carroll, Station Casinos
(702) 495-4244 or email@example.com