Fiesta Rancho in North Las Vegas goes on the renovation trail when three of its restaurants and bars close to bring a Southern California Mexican restaurant to take its place. Garduños of Mexico, Blue Agave bar and Club Tequila all shutter to make way for Culichi Town with its menu of sushi and mariscos, Spanish for seafood.
Ramon Guerrero and his family own Culichi Town based in the Los Angeles suburb of Rialto, California. A decade later and the family owns 11 restaurants and live entertainment locations in California and Texas.
The menu features dishes from the Sinoloa state in Mexico on the western shore across from Baja California. The restaurant plans to bring its Mexican fare along with shrimp ceviche with Flamin’ Hot Cheetos and deep-fried sushi filled with chicken, steak, bacon and cheese. The owners of Culichi Town also plan to bring live Sinaloense band music inside a 700-seat live entertainment venue.
A representative for Fiesta Rancho did not include an opening date.
This marks the end of Garduños of Mexico’s long run in Las Vegas. The Albuquerque-based restaurant also had a location at the Palms, which became Heraea, then the world’s largest Hooters, and now temporarily Social Table.