Ranchero Bowl at La Comida
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La Comida Brings Baja-Inspired Brunch to Downtown Las Vegas

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  • La Comida introduces a Saturday and Sunday brunch.
  • They are located at 100 S. Sixth St. in Downtown Las Vegas, see Google map below.
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Brunch is getting some Baja spice in Downtown Las Vegas with the introduction of a Saturday and Sunday brunch at  La Comida.

La Comida
La Comida

La Comida is Michael and Jenna Morton’s fun and funky Mexican eatery at 100 S. Sixth St. Starting this weekend, La Comida will offer brunch from 9 am to 3 pm every Saturday and Sunday.

“Nothing says Las Vegas weekend quite like mimosas and margaritas,” said Michael Morton. “La Comida’s new brunch brings them together and with little spice.

What is on the La Comida Las Vegas Brunch Menu?

Known for fresh regional Mexican specialties with bold flavors, La Comida’s mouthwatering brunch menu offers dishes to satisfy any sweet or savory craving.

Photo Credit: Chris Wessling

The Ranchero Bowl

  • Filled with seasoned potatoes, pinto beans, rice, chorizo, and jalapeño bacon, It’s topped with a sunny-side-up egg, fresh guacamole, and pico de Gallo. Priced at $16.
Ranchero Bowl at La Comida
Ranchero Bowl

A Mexican-inspired eggs Benedict

  • Made with a poached egg and ham, is topped with a chipotle hollandaise to bring a little heat. Priced at $16.
Eggs Benedict
Eggs Benedict

The Pan Francés

  • Cereal-crusted French toast topped with bananas Foster. Priced at $16.
Pan Frances
Pan Frances

How about the Brunch Cocktail Menu?

The refreshing brunch cocktail menu matches the vibrant flavors of Chef Mario Garcia’s masterfully created dishes. They use fresh ingredients and juices, including a twist on the classic bloody mary.

The Bloody Maria

  • Made with jalapeño-infused tequila and a house mix then garnished with a Tajín rim. Priced at $13.
Bloody Maria at La Comida
Bloody Maria

Cafesito

  • An espresso shot with Licor 43, a Spanish liqueur made with 43 botanicals and aromatics and topped with whipped cream. Priced at $13.

Bottomless Mimosa

  • Served with a variety of fresh fruit juices including papaya and prickly pear. Priced at $26 per person.

La Comida’s cuisine is inspired by the cosmopolitan flavors of Mexico City. Their dishes are made with traditional cooking methods and ingredients.

Prepared by Chef Garcia, lunch and dinner favorites include:

  • Carne asada, made with cucumber, radish, charred red onion, and aji Amarillo dressing
  • Classic pozole, made with hominy, pork, onion, shredded cabbage, and radish
  • Chicken tamales made with tomatillo, sour cream, and house-made slaw

La Comida’s tacos are:

  • Sea bass a la Baja, tempura battered and served with house-made slaw, chipotle mayo, pickled radish, and pico de gallo
  • Al pastor, made with guajillo pork, pineapple, guacatillo salsa, onion and cilantro

House specialties include:

  • Puerco adobado, smoked pork shoulder with adobado sauce and pickled onion
  • Chili relleno, a battered stuffed poblano pepper, queso fresco, ranchera sauce, cilantro and jalapeno cream

What are their hours?

La Comida is open for lunch and dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesday through Sunday.

In addition, the cantina is open for brunch from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

Reservations are available by calling 702.463.9900 or online.

What is La Comida?

La Comida brings a funky vibe to Downtown Las Vegas with authentic Mexican flavors inspired by the cosmopolitan fare of Mexico City.

Developed by Morton Group, La Comida is located in the Fremont East Entertainment District at 100 S. Sixth St., just off the corner of Fremont Street.

Named one of the “best Mexican restaurants in Las Vegas” by Eater, La Comida serves authentic Mexican cuisine made with traditional ingredients and cooking styles from various regions in Mexico.

La Comida boasts an expansive tequila selection and signature fresh fruit margaritas.

The restaurant faces Sixth Street. The entrance is marked with an old-school overhanging ‘La Comida’ sign stretching across the sidewalk beneath a 7-foot sculptured metal monkey with ‘bones’ flashing in pink neon.

More information is available by calling 702-463-9900, online, and on InstagramFacebook, and Twitter

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