Bringing a much-needed dose of high-quality Mexican food to the Venetian-Palazzo compound, this first Vegas branch of the Big Apple original serves not just tantalizing food but swell margaritas (the frozen prickly pear version will make you pucker happily). Table-side guac-and-chips, roast-plantain empanadas with chipotle aioli, and lobster ceviche are all great for snacking. Move on to main courses such as slow-roasted suckling pig with achiote sauce and habanero-pickled
onions. For brunch, try the Pan Torrejas, which consists of French toast, toasted pecan maple syrup, and fresh berries. The eatery's location just off Palazzo's main gaming area makes things a bit noisy but very festive.