Join us for our 7th annual Dia de los Muertos celebration at China Poblano! This year, we honor legendary Mexican film star Cantiflas with traditional Mexican dishes and exciting libations. From our sugar skull and marigold decorations, to our savory carne apache and Sagrado Corazon cocktail, it’s sure to be our best festival yet.
What brings Mexico and China together? You could start with the Spanish galleons that first sailed the Pacific in 1565 in the reign of King Philip II. Along with the lucrative trade in silk and silver, they brought Asian spices and fruit to Mexico, and New World peppers to the Middle Kingdom of China. They also brought the legend of an Asian girl kidnapped by pirates and shipped to Mexico, known as La China Poblana.
Located within The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, this is not the Chinese or Mexican food you might expect. Inspired by José Andrés’ travels through China and Mexico, China Poblano brings authentic ingredients and techniques from both cultures, but then adds José‘s unique brand of creativity to produce something amazing.
Monday – Thursday
3:30 PM – 6 PM
Join us at the bar and in the living room stadium to enjoy our special menu, featuring $6 beers and wines, $7 micheladas, $9 cocktails and a selection of savory Chinese and Mexican bar bites for $2 – $8. Stop by and get a taste of what makes China Poblano one of Las Vegas’ most unique dining experiences.
Thanks to the Las Vegas Sun for posting this video tour of our new home, the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas: