Javier’s features authentic Mexican cuisine. // © 2012 Javier’s
Javier’s has made its latest debut on the Las Vegas strip. As a new member of CityCenter, the 9,000-square-foot restaurant features one of the largest pieces of chainsaw art, visible from over 200 feet away in addition to traditional Mexican cuisine. Spanning 25 feet and weighting 3,000 pounds, the piece carved by J. Chester Armstrong pictures a combination of the Maya creation myth and modern Mexican history as Dia de los Muertos-inspired skeletons take guests on a visual journey from the Tree of Death to the Tree of Life.
“Javier’s design is as captivating and delicious as the food we serve,” said co-founder Mark Post. “The ambience draws guests in and, no matter where they dine, they’ll enjoy a completely different experience each time they visit.”
Javier’s menu is derived from co-founder Javier Sosa’s generations old family recipes. Boasting authentic cooking techniques, seafood, steak, chicken and vegetarian dishes, clients can choose to sample from Javier’s signature “tequila tree,” sip from a collection of vintage and varietal wines in on of the tasting rooms or enjoy a traditional meal.
The restaurant has two expansive dining rooms seating up to 280 guests, a private dining room seating 20, an intimate lounge and a circular main bar resting beneath a canopy of ropes extending from the ceiling to the floor.
Javier’s offers lunch service from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and dinner service until 2 a.m. For reservations, call 702-590-3637.