Address: Boulder Station, 4111 Boulder Hwy.
Hours: Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
A locals’ Mexican favorite reentered the dining scene at Boulder Station. Guadalajara returned with its menu of authentic Mexican dishes served with generous portions.
The conversion of Cabo Mexican Restaurant into Guadalajara brings new dishes, with a menu created in part by room chef Salvador Esperanza. The new specialties include Yucatan surf and turf, steak picado, carne asada enchiladas, chile verde, a carnitas platter, pescado del mar, camarones al mojo, and a shrimp and crab burrito.
Returning favorites include campechana with shrimp, oysters and octopus in a seafood broth, as well as a table side fajita spinach salad, spinach enchiladas, tacos al pastor, chilaquiles, and chicken cocktelero with braised sliced chicken breast in Mexican spices cooked in garlic and red sauce, served in a crispy flour tortilla bowl.
The restaurant’s menu also features familiar items from Guadalajara’s past such as the longtime Station Casinos classic camarones Guadalajara with bacon-wrapped shrimp stuffed with white cheddar cheese and honey mustard sauce. Other favorites include the chicken suizas enchiladas, tacos al carbon, and chile rellenos. In addition, the restaurant’s popular salsa bar returns.
Guadalajara was a staple at Palace Station since it opened in 1990, and at Boulder Station, opening in 1994. In 2011, parent company Station Casinos transformed both locations into Cabo Mexican Restaurants.