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George Maloof, who founded, owned and operated the Fiesta (now Fiesta Rancho) until he sold it to Station Casinos, introduced Garduño's to Las Vegas, then replicated it in his Palms, before Station debuted the third Garduño's in Fiesta Henderson.

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: Capitalizing on the popularity of the first Garduño's in Las Vegas (at Fiesta Rancho), as well as the second one (in the Palms), Fiesta Henderson has introduced its own version with great success. The spacious 190-seat restaurant-cantina features an indoor patio dining atmosphere, plants and stunning stone columns provide a cozy ambience, and authentic Mexican specialties are turned out in the gleaming open kitchen. Signatures include prepared-at-the table guacamole and the fresh salsa bar. Among appetizers, the sampler platter of mini-beef and chicken taquitos, nachos, chicken quesadillas and adovada chimis served with chile con queso, guacamole and sour cream is a favorite. Served with refritos, arroz and sopaipillas, traditional dishes include taco, burrito, enchilada, tamale, chile relleno and chimichanga plates. Served with a small salad, papitas (tasty red-skin potatoes), a cup of posole soup or a cup of charro beans with red chile, pasta and seafood entrées include the sublime seafood enchilada filled with shrimp, crab and queso blanco. Garduño's tequila collection---more than 65 vintage bottles on display---and 200 margarita choices nicely complement the savory fare.
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