Dinner Menu

Fresh ingredients, great mexican recipes and our focus on making you feel like family are just part of what will make our restaurant a Las Vegas Favorite. Come enjoy the Best Mexican Food in town!
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Best Mexican Food in Town

Great Food, Family & Fun! We will enjoy bringing you all your mexican favorites with an Eddie's Twist & hope you will help us create a new Tradition in the decades to come. Come enjoy the authentic & creative Mexican Food you crave.

Lunch Menu

Lunch is served daily from 11:00 AM – 3PM. Come in and enjoy a large variety of fresh & delicious authentic Mexican dishes that will make your mouth water. Dine in or Take out, you can't go wrong!
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Spotting Authentic Mexican Food; Bright & Fresh Ingredients, Salsa, Cornmeal, Vegetables, Seasonings & More

It takes a lot of effort to make the food a mouth-watering craving inducing dish instead of a vague, unmemorable substitute for Mexican food enthusiasts! The food that is being served is valued in many cultures. To make great tasting meals explode with flavor, fresh ingredients, properly seasoned, and perfectly cooked all play a role.…

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Tostada VS Taco; Crispy Corn or Soft Flour Shell, Meat, Vegetable & Cheese Fillings, Lettuce & Other Toppings & More

When eating Mexican cuisine often many people will compare tostadas to tacos. Both have flavorful meats and toppings along with a crispy shell. However, tostadas and tacos greatly vary in taste and design. To help separate tacos and tostadas, Eddie’s Mexican Restaurant will share some of the key differences between the two of them. Taco…

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What Beers to Drink with Mexican Foods; Pilsner or Pale Ale Beer & Spicy Food Pairing, IPA & Creamy Foods & More

One of the first things that happens when you sit down at your favorite Mexican restaurant is ordering your drink. For many people, this is one of their favorite parts of eating their meal. A meal without a good drink doesn’t compare to one paired with the perfect beverage. When it comes to choosing the…

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How Do You Fry Ice Cream Without it Melting? Vanilla Ice Cream, Batter & Toppings Deep Fried Dessert

When you are going to a Mexican restaurant, you simply cannot leave without having a dessert! One of the all-time favorites is fried ice cream. This deep fried frozen dessert captures the attention of everyone. A frozen dessert with a hot layer consisting of a crispy shell, topped with chocolate, honey, cream and more make…

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Trendy Mexican Cocktails; Margarita, Paloma, Horchata Drink, Ponche Fruit Punch, Spicy Michelada Cup & More

Mexican cocktails can enhance any party, gathering, or simply when you are relaxing at home. Mexican cocktails are great tasting and are full of variety. When seeking out great cocktails for a party or gathering, Mexican cocktails never fail. Eddie’s Mexican Restaurant will share some of the best Mexican Cocktails you can make for a…

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Traditional Enchilada Options in Las Vegas, NV; Chicken, Beef, Carnitas, Shrimp, Cheese & Vegetarian Enchiladas

When they crave New Mexican food there are some people who go to their favorite restaurant and order their favorite dish. They always go for what they know they will love and what will certainly satisfy their craving, no matter if its tacos, enchiladas, or chile rellenos. There is often a variety that you can…

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Fun Facts About Tortillas; The First Teosinte Tortilla, Masa Corn Flat Cakes, Spanish Flour Tortas & More

One of the iconic components in a number of Mexican dishes is the tortilla. The tortilla is used for burritos, chimichangas, tacos, fajitas and more. You can find a tortilla in many of our beloved traditional Mexican foods. However, over the years, tortillas have changed greatly from the original tortilla recipe. Now, we have much…

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Celebrating Dia De Los Muertos; Day of the Dead Traditions, Authentic Food, Decorations, Costume & More

Every culture has different celebrations throughout the year. While in the United States we celebrate Halloween, Mexico doesn’t celebrate that holiday. In Mexico, on the same day, October 31st, Dia De Los Muertos is celebrated to link families with those that have passed on. This isn’t only a one day celebration but is instead celebrated…

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