Corner Bar Management will show love for the madres of Las Vegas with specialty menus at La Mona Rosa and Peyote during Dia De Las Madres on Wednesday, May 10 and Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 14.
La Mona Rosa, Corner Bar’s Tulum-inspired hideaway nestled within Las Vegas’ eclectic Fremont East neighborhood at 100 S. Sixth St., will offer a prix-fix dinner inspired by family recipes from 5 to 9 p.m. exclusively for Dia De Las Madres on Wednesday, May 10.
Priced at $60 per person, the dinner will begin with house-made tortilla chips and fresh salsa, followed by queso fundido, esquites and jicama ceviche for the second course.
Entrées will feature signatures by Executive Chef Isidro Marquez-Castillo, such as cochinita pibil, enchiladas suizas and mojo al camarones. The menu will finish with jericalla, a Mexican custard topped with piloncillo caramel, olive oil soil and freeze-dried mandarin.
Guests may also order craft cocktails, agua frescas, wine and more, for an additional price, to accompany their dinner.
On Mother’s Day, La Mona Rosa will invite families to come together from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 14 for a brunch full of authentic Mexican cuisine, priced at $50 per person.
To begin, the table will share house-made tortilla chips and salsa. Next, guests may enjoy fresh guacamole, queso fundido and aguachile ceviche served with tostadas.
The main course will feature chilaquiles and enchilada suizas, before ending on a sweet note with a Mexican custard dessert. La Mona Rosa’s signature cocktails, such as The Pink Monkey, Margarita Suave and more, will be available to order in addition to the menu.
Peyote, Corner Bar Management’s retro desert oasis restaurant located at 1028 Fremont St., will also offer a Latin American-inspired brunch on Sunday, May 14, with seatings at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Priced at $55 per person, the first course will consist of papalonas, a fresh Caesar salad and ceviche.
For the second course, guests may choose between chilaquiles, French toast, croque madame, and shrimp tacos, or steak and eggs will be available for an additional cost. Vegan options are also available upon request. A dessert of arroz con leche will complete Peyote’s celebratory menu. Guests may order a selection of fresh spring cocktails and sparkling wines to complement the brunch, for an additional cost.
For more information, visit www.peyotedtlv.com or www.lamonarosalv.com.
A glamorous desert oasis awash in a vibrant palette, Peyote brings retro desert charm to Downtown Las Vegas within the eclectic community of Fremont East at 1028 Fremont St. Las Vegas’ live fire restaurant, Peyote serves from-scratch cuisine with Latin influences by executive chef duo Daniel Arias and Isidro Marquez-Castillo, and cocktails by mixologist Mars Barlow.
Found within the Fergusons Downtown Motel, Peyote’s lush cactus and succulent garden frame the boutique restaurant and bar’s spacious patio, which offers a firepit for lounging beneath an art installation of LED string lights hanging overhead.
Peyote is a collaboration between Corner Bar, the company behind top downtown destinations Commonwealth, The Laundry Room and Park on Fremont; and Jolene Mannina, the founder of Vegas Test Kitchen. Peyote is open 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday; 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 5 to 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday; and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday.
More information is available at www.peyotedtlv.com and on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @PeyoteDTLV.
About La Mona Rosa
La Mona Rosa, Spanish for “the pink monkey,” is a Tulum-inspired hideaway nestled within Las Vegas’ eclectic Fremont East neighborhood. Located at 100 S. Sixth St., La Mona Rosa is instantly recognizable by its namesake, 7-foot pink neon monkey clinging to the restaurant and bar’s exterior.
The 3,500-square-foot interior features an open kitchen which is visible from the dining room and cocktail bar overlooking S. Sixth Street, as well as a lively patio. The menu, curated by executive chef duo Daniel Arias and Isidro Marquez-Castillo, is a celebration of Mexico’s diverse regions, robust flavors and culinary techniques through traditional dishes complemented by head mixologist Dakota Granados’ handcrafted cocktails.
With the addition of a bespoke stage, La Mona Rosa is the centerpiece of live entertainment and dynamic nightlife experiences on East Fremont. La Mona Rosa is open 5 to 11 p.m. on Tuesday and 5 to 10 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with brunch available from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Sunday.
More information can be found at www.lamonarosalv.com and on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @lamonarosalv.