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.
Under the direction of renowned chef José Andrés and his ThinkFoodGroup, China Poblano continues a voyage, first dreamed by Christopher Columbus, that has connected East and West for the last five centuries.
Las Vegas Restaurant Week is back! Join us throughout these two weeks to enjoy our special menus that benefit Three Square Food Bank.
For every Restaurant Week menu sold, we will donate $5 to Three Square Food Bank, member of Feeding America, a national network of food banks. Southern Nevada’s largest hunger-relief organization, they currently provide food in four counties to more than 100,000 individuals in need each month through our broad community collaborative with schools, food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless shelters, senior centers, faith-based organizations, and thousands of volunteers.
Join us at the bar and in the living room stadium to enjoy our special menu, featuring $6 beers and wines, $7 micheladas, $8 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.