As one of the best Mexican restaurants in Las Vegas, Javier’s elevated Mexican cuisine provides a remarkable dining experience. Fresh hand-shaken margaritas, premium tequilas, and classic cuisine made from the finest ingredients combine to create a memorable Mexican meal from start to finish. Aztec decor and stunning architectural elements add to the atmosphere and make the perfect setting for special occasions or an upscale casual meal.

Below you’ll find everything you need to know about Javier’s, including a comprehensive menu review, an exploration of the setting and ambiance, and other nuanced details so you’ll know exactly what to expect when you arrive.

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Authentic Flavors of Mexico 

The menu at Javier’s brings authentic flavors of Mexico to the Las Vegas Strip. The dishes use the highest quality, freshest ingredients. With sustainable seafood, ceviche, steak, enchiladas, and more, it is sure to satisfy a range of preferences. They even have a vegetarian and vegan menu. 

The Menu at Javier’s Las Vegas

Javier’s Menu – Aria Las Vegas


The Crudos at Javier’s are considered specialties of the house and are the perfect way to begin your meal. These shareable plates whet your appetite with bright, fresh flavors and excite you for what else is to come. Crudos selections include Aguachile del Rey, Aguachile de Camerón, and Aguachile de Callo de Hacha. These plates cost $38 or $45.

A screenshot of various seafood appetizers from Javier's Mexican Restaurant in the Aria Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Aperitivos del Mar

The aperitivos del Mar section of the menu features a collection of intriguing ceviches, which are considered house specialties. You can choose a ceviche made with ahi, shrimp, fish, or octopus. They also have a Ceviche de Callitos and Trio de Ceviche, which allows you to select three different options. Ceviches cost $32, minus the Trio, which is $80. 


After enjoying some fresh seafood, the Antojitos at Javier’s are a great way to continue your meal. They are also perfect for sharing or snacking while enjoying cocktails. Try their Taquitos with beef or chicken, or the Empanadas de Camarón for some authentic Mexican flavor. 

Other offerings include classic Guacamole, Queso Fundido with chorizo and mushrooms, and a Quesadilla with either chicken breast, skirt steak, or mariscos. If you’re having trouble deciding on just one, try the Sabor a Provincia, which gives you a tasting of five different dishes. Antojitos cost between $16 and $50.

A screenshot of various appetizers and salad from Javier's Mexican Restaurant in the Aria Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.


If you are craving lighter options for lunch or dinner, the salad offerings at Javier’s make an outstanding choice. The Ensalada de Asada is made with an array of vegetables and Angus Prime skirt steak. Javier’s Chopped Salad is tossed with champagne vinaigrette and gives you a choice of protein. They also have a House Salad and Javier’s Special House Salad, which make a great transition between appetizers and your main course. Ensaladas cost between $16 and $34. 

Guisados De La Casa

At Javier’s, the Guisados de la Case part of the menu features savory dishes stewed in rich sauces. They are packed with authentic flavors and provide crowd-pleasing options, like the Milanesa de Pollo with pan-fried chicken breast, asparagus, and pure de papas. Some of the most popular dishes include Carnitas, Relleno de Picadillo, and Fajitas de Carne or Pollo. 

The saucy Mole Poblano with chicken breast and arroz is another fan favorite. Other selections include Pollo Josefina with a creamy sauce and mushrooms, Steak Picado, Chile Negro, Chile Verde, and Costillo de Res. Expect to pay $38 to $52 for these entrees.

A screenshot of various entrees from Javier's Mexican Restaurant in the Aria Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Especiales Del Mar

The Especiales de Mar are proudly made using sustainable seafood, making them top-quality main course dishes. As such, many of these selections are considered house specialties and come strongly recommended. Each of the shrimp entrees, including the fan favorite, Camarones al Mojo de Ajo, features a decadent garlic butter sauce that shouldn’t be missed. The Callitos Mazatlan with fresh, wild scallops and creamy chipotle sauce is another specialty. 

Other favorites include various enchilada plates smothered in tasty tomatillo sauce and stuffed with different kinds of seafood. These dishes typically cost $40 to $50, but several items, like the seared seasonal fish, fluctuate according to market price. 

Cortes From The Grill

If you prefer a meatier entree, the Cortes from the Grill make the ideal main course for your meal. Javier’s uses only the highest-grade #1 Prime Angus beef. It is cornfed in Omaha and hand-selected to ensure superior quality, texture, and flavor in every bite.  

With various cuts of steak, some of which also come with seafood, a Tomahawk Pork Chop, and Pollo Asado, there is something to please every appetite. If you feel like sharing, La Tablita comes with a choice of two types of meat, warm tortillas and lots of fixings. Expect to pay $36 to $100 for these dishes.

A screenshot of various meat and seafood entrees from Javier's Mexican Restaurant in the Aria Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Combinaciones Mexicanas

Javier’s Combinaciones Mexicanas allows you to sample several of their finest dishes on one plate. They offer an assortment of enchiladas, tacos, and more, with authentic Mexican flavors and fresh salsas that do not disappoint. Each of these dishes is served with rice and beans and costs $32 to $36.


Javier’s menu also allows you to order various sides a la carte. So if you want to add some vegetables, extra rice and beans, or Papas Fritas to your meal, it’s no problem. They also offer Esquites, Chile Toreados, and Pure de Papas as side dishes. 


Traditional Mexican desserts with a deluxe spin create the postres menu at Javier’s. From Flan to Pastel Tres Leches, your tastebuds will thank you for saving room for dessert. House specialties include Churros, Pastel de Chocolate, and Pan de Elote, a sweet Mexican cornbread served with vanilla bean ice cream. The Pastel de Guayaba and Fried Ice Cream are other fantastic options. Desserts at Javier’s cost between $14 and $18.

A screenshot of desserts and cocktails from Javier's Mexican Restaurant in the Aria Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.


Fresh flavors, premium spirits, and eclectic ingredients make the bar menu a welcome addition to any meal. A collection of refreshing hand-shaken margaritas, the world’s finest tequilas, and elevated specialty cocktails are the main attraction at Javier’s. However, they also offer an excellent selection of martinis, scotches, whiskeys, cognacs, and wines by the glass or bottle. If you enjoy a bit of heat, I recommend the Jalapeno Margarita.

Reservations at Javier’s Restaurant

Javier’s Mexican Restaurant in the Aria uses the Opentable restaurant reservation platform, making it easy for diners to find availability, make a reservation, receive confirmation, and edit/cancel a reservation if plans change. 

Opentable doesn’t require you to create an account, but if you do, you can earn points each time you make a reservation and complete your dining experience. Points can be redeemed for various perks including Amazon Gift Cards!

An Enchanting and Cultivated Atmosphere

A distinct Aztec motif creates the friendly and captivating ambiance of Javier’s. The restaurant’s decor highlights unique architectural elements, including chainsaw wood carvings with astonishing detail, decorative trees, and subdued lighting. The space features large plush booths, vaulted ceilings, and dark colors accented by light tones to create an exclusive vibe.

A screenshot of the dining areas and decor at Javier's Mexican Restaurant in the Aria Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Javier’s elevated interior design makes the perfect setting for intimate date nights, celebrations, and upscale gatherings for lunch and dinner. They also have a private dining area that seats as many as 24 people.  

Things To Know About Javier’s in the Aria

Location: To find Javier’s, follow the right-hand walkway in Aria’s casino towards Gem Bar. It will be located on the right-hand side. If you reach the VIP Lounge, you’ve gone too far.  

Hours of Operation: Javier’s is open daily from 11:30 AM until 12:00 AM. Hours are subject to change. 

Dress Code: The dress code at Javier’s is business casual. While you don’t have to wear your finest attire to dine at Javier’s, a more upscale casual look is preferred. 

Price: A typical meal for couples will cost approximately $175 to $300, including appetizers, cocktails, and a dessert.

MGM Rewards Dining Perks: The Aria is a part of MGM Resorts, so if you’re an MGM Rewards member, you can earn or redeem points for dining at Javier’s. MGM Rewards membership is free. You can find more information here at MGM Resorts – MGM Rewards.

Javier’s in Summary

Javier’s refined, upscale casual ambiance makes it an excellent dining destination for almost any occasion. Whether you’re in the mood for steak, enchiladas, fresh seafood, hand-shaken margaritas, or a salad made from the finest ingredients, Javier’s has everything you want and more. I hope this in-depth review was helpful, and thanks for checking us out here at the Las Vegas Report!

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