Mama Rabbit Las Vegas

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Mama Rabbit is one of the lounges that looks like everything is in place. A specialty is a selection of craft cocktails featuring the most extensive tequila collection on the strip. Enjoy live music, Mexican-style meals, and game tables. Mama Rabbit has an infectious party atmosphere and can feel like a nightclub. Margaritas are freshly made from table carts. Mama Rabbit is an ode to mezcal and tequila from all over Mexico. The name Mama Rabbit comes from Agave and Mayahuel, the fertility goddess. Mayahuel is the mother of 400 rabbits that ate mezcal and tequila, the birth of the mama rabbit. The brightly decorated 400-square-foot space features a large double-sided bar, multiple rooms, live entertainment for a particular night, and a selection of Las Vegas’ most extensive selection of agave-based spirits, offering tequila, mezcal, and signatures. 

Cocktails. Mama Rabbit invites you to wander into the world of Oaxaca. Mama Rabbit is an ode to mezcal and tequila from all over Mexico. The name Mama Rabbit comes from Agave and Mayahuel, the fertility goddess. Mayahuel is the mother of 400 rabbits that ate mezcal and tequila, the birth of the mama rabbit. The brightly decorated 400-square-foot space features a large double-sided bar, multiple rooms, live entertainment for a particular night, and a selection of Las Vegas’ most extensive selection of agave-based spirits, offering tequila, mezcal, and signatures. 

Mama Rabbit invites you to wander into the world of Oaxaca. Curated by Mezcalera Bricia Lopez, Mama Rabbit is an ode to mezcal and tequila from all over Mexico. The name Mama Rabbit comes from Agave and Mayahuel, the fertility goddess. Mayahuel is the mother of 400 rabbits that ate mezcal and tequila, the birth of the mama rabbit. The brightly decorated 400-square-foot space features a large double-sided bar, multiple rooms, live entertainment, roaming margarita carts, Las Vegas’s most giant Lopez-selected Ryuzetulan-based spirits, and Oaxaca’s princess Jonathan in late Los Angeles. It offers a menu of tequila, mezcal, craft cocktails, and light meals.

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