B.R. Guest Hospitality Brings the Popular Mexican Destination Back to Las Vegas

Dos Caminos opens to the public at its new location on Charleston Boulevard in Summerlin’s Canyon Pointe Plaza, March 11. The popular Mexican eatery is once again bringing its famed guacamole and festive fare to Las Vegas locals and visitors.

Corporate Executive Chef Ivy Stark, author of Dos Caminos Mexican Street Food, will oversee the menu for Las Vegas, as she does with the four locations in New York City and the outposts in Atlantic City, New Jersey and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, while Executive Chef Reed Osterholt heads the Las Vegas kitchen.

The Dos Caminos menu builds on classic Mexican staples of guacamole, empanadas and tacos, along with signature dishes including the Rib Eye Steak Alambre with applewood smoked bacon, cipollini onions, poblano chiles, arroz con crema and chimichurri sauce or the Jumbo Sea Scallops with coconut jasmine rice, jicama, grilled pineapple and passion fruit cascabel mojo. The menu also features such brunch offerings as Chilaquiles Verdes, baked tortilla chips casserole, sunny side-up eggs, chihuahua cheese, tomatillo salsa and Mexican French Toast.

Not to be missed: the critically acclaimed made-to-order guacamole. Combined, the Dos Caminos locations utilize 500,000 avocados a year and serve 1000 orders daily. This celebrated dish is served with a trio of salsas and warm corn tortilla chips and is offered in the traditional style, or in versions including Jumbo Lump Crab-Chipotle, Mango, Papaya-Habanero or with Bacon, Chicharron and Picked Jalapeno.

The cocktail menu is transported “south of the border” with imaginative margaritas and sangria as well as an expansive hand-selected tequila menu featuring the best Mexico has to offer, which can be sampled in flights or one-by-one. Specialty cocktails include seasonal organic margaritas such as the Blue Pomegranate or the Frozen Prickly Pear Margarita.

Dos Caminos is open seven days a week, serving dinner from 4 p.m. – 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday and until midnight Friday and Saturday. On Saturday and Sunday beginning March 23, the restaurant will serve brunch from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. and a small selection of favorites on the sunset menu from 3 p.m. – 4 p.m. before dinner becomes available. A happy hour menu will be featured at the bar Sunday – Friday from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. – close.

Dos Caminos is located at 10820 West Charleston Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89135. For reservations call 702.462.8800.


About BR Guest Hospitality

Since opening its first restaurant in 1987, B.R. Guest Hospitality President & Founder Stephen Hanson and his team have redefined the restaurant experience through an emphasis on hospitality and quality. Current B.R. Guest properties in New York City include Atlantic Grill East Side, Atlantic Grill at Lincoln Center, Bill’s Bar & Burger Meatpacking District, Bill’s Bar & Burger Rockefeller Center, Blue Fin, Blue Water Grill, Dos Caminos Meatpacking District, Dos Caminos Park Avenue, Dos Caminos Soho, Dos Caminos Third Avenue, Isabella’s, Ocean Grill, Strip House, Strip House Next Door, Ruby Foo’s, Wildwood Barbeque, and 675 Bar. Other B.R. Guest locations include Dos Caminos in Las Vegas; Fiamma Trattoria at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino and Strip House at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino; Dos Caminos at Fort Lauderdale Sheraton Beach Hotel; and Dos Caminos, Bill’s Bar & Burger, and Sammy D’s at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City and Atlantic Grill at Caesar’s Casino Hotel in Atlantic City.

Leading the charge in the green restaurant movement, B.R. Guest reinforced its commitment to the environment by becoming the first national multi-concept restaurant group to be certified green by the Green Restaurant Association™. B.R. Guest’s commitment to service and hospitality is also evident through its dedication of time and resources to community-based organizations including City-Meals-On-Wheels, Memorial Sloan Kettering, Publicolor Board Member, PENCIL, and The James Beard Foundation. Founder Stephen Hanson is a member of the Department of Consumer Affairs’ Consumers Council for New York City. For more information, visit:

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