Take in weekend brunch or a relaxed lunch or dinner with the cuisine of Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Millikan at Border Grill. The chefs, who have been business partners since the early ’80s, became stars in the ’90s with their Too Hot Tamales show on The Food Network. Although the celebrity angle might have originally drawn fans to the Mandalay Bay locale, it was certainly the food that kept the restaurant buzzing.

Brunch brings several worthy entrées such as huevos rancheros, chilaquiles and the spicy chicken tamale and eggs. Pair that with a mimosa or Michelada. For lunch or dinner, there’s a full menu, with everything from the Border ceviche to grilled skirt steak. To start, try the queso fundido or the crispy potato and ceviche tacos. Add a chicken poblano torta or Yucatan pork, which is slow roasted in banana leaves. And the churro ice cream sandwich, with salted cajeta ice cream and a tequila berry sauce, makes a mighty tasty dessert.

Mandalay Bay, 702.632.7200

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