Las Vegas Has A Hidden Bar That Can Only Be Reached Through A Secret Tunnel
Tequila and tacos with a side of hush hush.
If there's anything we love more than tacos it's probably got to be hidden spots that only locals know about. If you need the inside scoop on a secret speakeasy in Las Vegas, you've come to the right place. The best part? You'll need to go through a cave tunnel to find it.
Más Por Favor, located in Chinatown, serves an array of Mexican-inspired dishes with a serious twist and it offers more than just tacos. Menu items like the F-Bomb and the Pho-Kin Tacos add a new vibe to traditional eats, while still delivering excellent taste.
You can score a street taco for only $3.50 and on Tuesdays, their tequila shots are only $5.
After enjoying your fill of the menu, you can explore the second part of the restaurant: a winding cave that takes you to a "hidden" room.
The cave itself looks like something out of The Goonies and will lead you to several nondescript doors at the very back of the building.
Once inside the speakeasy, you'll notice gorgeous murals, archways filled with roses, and a wall featuring nothing but skulls that create a funky vintage vibe. They all make for great photo ops.
Comfortable couch sets, high top tables, and cozy nooks allow patrons to sip their cocktails and enjoy the great atmosphere.
There are always specials throughout the week like their Taco Tuesday — $20 for bottomless street tacos. You can choose to eat at the front of the venue in the cantina-style restaurant or the speakeasy while you sip tequila.
The creators behind Mas For Favor wanted guests to indulge their senses while visiting this Mexican-inspired hideaway.
You and your friends can snap some epic photos while sipping homemade margaritas or sample all their street taco options until you find your favorite!
No matter the occasion, this spot is a great place to eat good food and enjoy good company. Salud!
Más Por Favor
Address: 3879 Spring Mountain Rd., Las Vegas, NV
Why You Need To Go: Delicious tacos and mouthwatering tequila cocktails in a hidden Speakeasy setting- what more could a person ask for?