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Welcome to Border Grill, Las Vegas' destination restaurant overlooking the Lazy River just off Mandalay Beach, where Chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger, Bravo's "Top Chef Masters" and Food Network's "Too Hot Tamales," want nothing more than to spice up your day. With two floors of patio dining, and a beautiful outdoor bar, it's the perfect setting for sipping margaritas and savoring the bold flavors of Mexico while enjoying views of the beach and pool. Border Grill Las Vegas is located in Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. There's so much to do at Mandalay Bay. The Shark Reef, right next door to the restaurant, features sharks of all kinds, as well as a slew of exotic, predatory marine life. Stop by for fish tacos after and have the last word in the food chain.

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Primary Phone: (702) 322-3000

Phone: (702) 598-4390

Phone: (702) 322-2170

Phone: (702) 632-9300

Phone: (702) 632-7403

Phone: (702) 632-7777

Phone: (702) 367-1166

Phone: (702) 597-0018

Phone: (702) 597-3992

TollFree: (877) 632-7701

TollFree: (877) 632-7800

Payment method
cash, check, debit, amex, diners club, discover, master card, visa, travelers checks, all major credit cards
Price Range
Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino
The Strip
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Other Information

Parking: Garage, Valet

Bike Parking: No

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Insurance: Delta Dental PPO, Delta Dental Premier

Cuisines: Spanish, Mexican, Latin American, European, Continental


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Provided by Citysearch - 
Mexican food with a twist

09/10 Warm taco chips and 3 excellent dips were served. Ann’s entrée was a chile relleno (a roasted poblano pepper, manchego cheese, panela, cotija cheese), tomatillo salsa, Spanish rice and refried black beans. I settled on Yucatan Pork - achiote pork roasted in a banana leaf, grilled pickled onion, guacamole, fried plantains, refried black beans, Spanish rice and 3 handmade corn tortillas. We have enjoyed both of these entrees in the past and were not disappointed this evening. I had a few extra dollars left to use on our gift certificate so we ordered half slices of flan and a tres leches cake with passion fruit and prickly pear sauce.

09/07 We had an Open Table reservation at Mary and Sue’s place for 7PM with a request for a table with a view of the outside patio. Our view was better than anticipated as we were seated on the patio, but the night was comfortably warm so we registered no complaint. The complimentary taco chips and two salsas were a cut above your typical cantina. A special menu was offered in celebration of Mexican Independence Day so I chose (by pointing) the manchamanteles – even the waitress admitted being unable to pronounce it. As it turned out the kitchen was out of this stew-type dish, so both Ms. Westie and I settled for chili rellenos - roasted poblano peppers stuffed with manchego, panela, and cotija cheeses served with both roja and tomatillo salsas, two types of rice, nd black beans. The poblano peppers were super sized and the amount of cheese used in the filling was over-the-top, but tasty nonetheless. I used a $20 coupon from one of the freebie magazines to ease the financial burden, but we were $8 short of the required $50 tab, not a problem as we shared a large slice of tres leches.

04/07 I had secured advance reservations using Opentable, but requested patio seating on our arrival on this beautiful spring evening. Our request for ice water, tap is fine thank you, was soon filled and we received warm taco chips accompanied by 3 salsas (tomatillo, chipotle and some type of fruit) – all were excellent. We both ordered the cochinta pobil - achiote marinated pork slow roasted in banana leaf with cinnamon, grilled onions, black beans, homemade tortillas, rice and plantain orange salsa.



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Moorea is awesome party and great dj

With a name like Mandalay Bay you expect that water would be one of the key attractions. And with amenities like an aquarium and a sand-beach wave pool, the hotel lives up to its name. But almost hidden in all the excitement is Moorea Beach Club. For Bottle Service, Cabanas, Daybeds, Front of Line VIP Entry, Guestlist, please contact Nocturnal Vegas VIP by call/text 702 587 2456



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Huge Disappointment!!!

This was our final dinner in Vegas for this trip. We are ""foodies"", and with the publicity of the chef being a Top Chef Master we were very excited to try out this restaurant. Sadly, this place was horrible. Not one of our party of five enjoyed their meal. My order was the corn tamales. The server let me know that these were sweeter than most tamales, which I was hoping for as it would be something a little different. Well - it was definitely something I'd never had before. It tasted like someone cranked open a can of creamed corn and poured it into a corn husk. I couldn't even finish one without the gag reflex. It was so unbelievable that others in my party wanted to try a bit and their response was, ""Oh my God, it's just creamed corn!"" DO NOT dine there!!!



Provided by Citysearch - 
Not just bad but HORRIBLE

I had high hopes for this place but was disappointed to the point of needing to warn others. This place may have been great at one time but something is going on behind the scenes now. We just ate there for dinner last night and couldn't believe how over-rated it is for the poor food quality and service. Our group ordered quite a variety of plates--skirt steak, corn tamales, chili rellenos, enchilada, and taquitos. How can you screw this ALL up so poorly right? The tamales, I swear, were out of a creamed corn can; skirt steak was lukewarm and so tough that we all tasted it and decided shoe leather was better; chili rellenos, which I love, were soggy and had no real flavor...a huge disappointment for me; the taquitos were so crunchy from being dried out; and the enchilada tasted as though it was all beans and nothing else. We won't be eating here again and wish we hadn't given the cost of bad food. As much as I wish the TOP CHEF winning chef the best, I doubt anyone with much talent is involved in the day to day operations any longer. This place is now a bust like so many of your every-day, run-of-the mill restaurants; sadly:(

Priscilla L


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RM Seafood ROCKS

We ate downstairs where it was more casual, but you have got to go. Server gave us a whole education on sustainable seafood too. It was awesome. Try the shrimp!



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Wouldn't eat here on a bet

Wow, what a disaster of a restaurant. After making my reservation 3 weeks in advance, get a last minute phone call from the twerpy hostess telling me I had to move my time, causing me to notify a lot of my dinner guests. After being seated in the crappiest table in the restaurant and after repeatedly asking for another table, it just took $20 to have another table magically appear.

If you are looking for a droll FOUR HOUR dinner, then this is the place. When presented with the several of the courses, my guest laughed out loud at the ridiculous presentation. Terribly embarrasing to say the least. How can you bring out a football sized plate with a portion that approximated a small grape. Service was slow to the point of wondering if there were still employees in the back. Food simply passable, most of which was easily surpassable be a run of the mill backyard chef.

Honestly, how DOES this place stay in business - oh yea, I forgot, $200 per person should do it nicely.

Thanks a lot RM for a train wreck of a business dinner.



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Top Chef Master makes good

Like many restaurants at Mandalay Bay, RM Seafood is hard to find. Once you get there, though, you'll find it's worth the trek. Among the appetizers, we enjoyed the fried calamari and the raw oyster sampler. The ""moon doggies"" (Top Chef Masters challenge winner) were somewhat gamey, yet still savory and palatable. For entrees, I had the breaded swordfish, which was moist and delicate, and for sides the BBQ mac & cheese is a must. Considering the inevitable letdown that comes from visiting most celebrity chef establishments, RM Seafood stands tall above the TV Personality crowd.



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supposedly the Saturday prior to 4th of July was the last day for euro-style at moorea. heavy security that quickly informed any ladies about the new policy.

Person i talked to said there has been change in management and this will be the policy from now on.



best mexican restaurant

I'm big fan of the two hot tamales. The food is consistently very good in all locations (border grill santa monica, ciudad los angeles, and border grill las vegas). If you're thinking mexican, think border grill/cuidad. You won't be disappointed.

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