Las Vegas Lip Smacking Foodie Tour to Celebrate Mexican Independence

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Those in Las Vegas this September can a one-time-only tour celebrating Mexican Independence Day, operated by Lip Smacking Foodie Tours in partnership with premium tequila producer Patrón.

On September 16, Mexican Independence Day, Lip Smacking Foodie Tours and Patrón are teaming up to commemorate the holiday with a four-stop tour to different Las Vegas hot spots, where guests will enjoy food and honor the day with unique cocktails featuring top-shelf Patrón.

Restaurants visited on the tour include Carson Kitchen, Itsy Bitsy, Inspire and Glutton. Guests can expect cocktails like the Boxcar – Patrón Citrónage Orange, Pyrat Rum, lemon juice and simple syrup – and the Cucumber-Coconut Margarita, complete with a mix of Patrón silver, lime juice, simple syrup and coconut water, garnished with a cucumber fan.

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At Inspire, guests will experience the city’s largest climate-controlled rooftop longue, where they’ll sip on a Tahona Smash, a mixture of 14-month-aged Roca Patrón Anejo, bitters, simple syrup and muddled grape fruit.

For edibles, guests will indulge in everything from wood-roasted cauliflower, caramel corn profiteroles, devil’s eggs gilded with caviar to veal meatballs, and more.

Tickets for the all-inclusive “Downtown Lip Smacking Tour” are $165 per person.

For more info visit www.lipsmackingfoodietours.com or call 888-681-4388.

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