Wrap Your Hands Around the 17 Best Burritos on the Strip and in Las Vegas

Las Vegas has every type of cuisine imaginable, including Mexican fare. Nothing offers so much variation across so many cuisines, is so well-loved, so portable and personal, as the burrito.

Are you the kind of person who is particular about sour cream, guacamole, rice, black beans and the perfect layers? Maybe you want a grilled burrito? If wet burritos are your thing, we’ve got you covered there too. Check out the most coveted burritos on the Strip and throughout in Las Vegas and beyond to sink your teeth into.

Start the Day With Breakfast Burritos

Breakfast or brunch is the perfect way to start your burrito journey. Whether feeding a hangover, going for a decadent start to the day or needing something quick that will fuel your Las Vegas adventure, a breakfast burrito is the ideal meal.

Chica at The Venetian Resort

CHICA is helmed by Celebrity Chef Lorena Garcia, and is inspired by her Latin roots with a drive to elevate and sometimes reinvent the classics to bring together Latin cuisines across borders, “giving guests the opportunity to explore the flavors of Latin American cuisine as one culture.”

Get the Baja Breakfast Burrito with bacon, scrambled eggs, avocado, house cheese blend, crispy potato and guajillo sauce.

Cañonita at Grand Canal Shoppes

Cañonita offers a brunch for the whole family. Mexico City native Chef Daniel Marquez has 26 years of experience honing his Mexico City Soul Food style. A Vegas local for 20 years, Chef Marquez has also taken his work to Albuquerque before returning to Vegas in 2017 to helm Cañonita.

Get the Breakfast Burrito –  scrambled eggs, housemade chorizo, ranchero potatoes, guacamole, black beans, monterey jack cheese, pico de gallo, crema, choice of guajillo salsa or salsa verde.

The Venetian Resort Las Vegas (from USD $100 )

Wander through the canals and ornate Venetian Resort to create an Italian getaway, right on the Las Vegas Strip.

Mr. Mamas Breakfast & Lunch

5693 S Jones Blvd Ste 106

The magic comes from Mr. Mama himself, a Greek boy who grew up in a Michigan restaurant family and takes his experience to bring a hometown, local feel to his exceptional menus and service.

Get the Breakfast Burrito wrapped in a 12” tortilla with eggs, green & red bell pepper, onions, cheese and potatoes. choice of bacon, ham or sausage. Or, try the Mamas Wet Burrito, which is wrapped in a 12” tortilla with eggs, home fries, onion, avocado, garlic, sour cream and green sauce. Choose from pork or chicken topped with mozzarella cheese.

Delicious Classics Are Always on the Menu

classic burrito on a teal plate with chips and drinks as burritos on the Strip
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Casa Don Juan

locations in Downtown, Summerlin, and Henderson

Family-owned and operated, Casa Don Juan strives to deliver not only an authentic Mexican cuisine experience, but they take the care to manage the aesthetics and service as well. Passed-down recipes, spice mixes, and generational know-how are the center of their love for serving Las Vegas traditional dishes in a traditional space. Mexican artists are on full display, with special homage to Frida Khalo and her own focus on the importance of Mexican life, art, and heritage.

Get the Burrito Mojado (Wet Burrito), Casa don Juan style. Any meat, with salsa cheese and guacamole.

Lindo Michoacan

locations on Desert Inn, in Summerlin, and in Henderson

Learning to cook while in school at a seminary, a young Javier Barajas made friends with the Mother Superior and the kitchen nuns, and was asked to often help with tasks in the kitchen. Starting with carrying pots and pans, he was eventually tasked with preparation and serving, an immersive experience in which only Michoacan can be learned. Now a long-time Vegas landmark, Lindo Michoacan has been serving Michoacan cuisine for over 30 years. Known as the “Land of Lakes and Fishermen,” Michoacan is an agricultural center for Mexico.

Get the La Huacana combination plate, which includes a green pork and guacamole burrito.

Doña Maria Tamales

locations in Downtown and Summerlin

A Las Vegas favorite and must-stop-in tourist location for over 40 years, they have built a reputation on authenticity—and tamales. But Doña Maria’s is far more than just tamales, and offers an extensive menu that includes traditional favorites such as a number of burrito combinations and a list of burritos available a la carte.  

Get the Chile Verde Burrito or Chile Relleno Burrito. All burritos are made with beans.

Pinches Tacos

locations in Downtown, the Southwest and Henderson

A family-owned chain with three locations in southern Nevada, Pinches Tacos offers a wide variety of dishes including classic staples and a “Gringo Menu.”

Get the Pescado Fish Burrito with Veracruz slaw, or try the Gringo Menu and go for the Darkness Burrito with Al‎ Pastor, rice, beans, onions, cilantro, guacamole, Mexican cream, queso fresco, Diablo salsa.

All burritos include beans, Mexican rice, guacamole, onions, cilantro, and salsa. Ask for wheat or spinach tortillas for something new.

La Comida

100 South 6th Street

La Comida is a self-described “Mexican restaurant with Mexican food and American rock.” Highly focused on all five senses, La Comida is all of a local taqueria, a tequila bar, an entertainment space, and a mole mecca. The chef-driven menu combined with the physical aesthetic and ambience work easily to enhance the mood and vibe, with comforting traditional offerings, colorful modern twists, and a buzzing local community. 

Get the La Comida Burrito, with your choice of pollo, camaron, or carne, with guacamole, pico de gallo, corn, pepper, and onions.

Go For the Unconventional and Extraordinary

Have you heard of a Hot Cheeto burrito? A candy burrito? A sushi burrito? Not every burrito is made with rice and beans. Some don’t even have tortillas. Whether looking for a monster-sized plate to share with friends, vegan and vegetarian options, or something unique to titillate your taste buds, give these fun options a try.


located at 3999 S Las Vegas Blvd

Coming in hot with Filipino-Mexican fusion, this family-owned restaurant prides itself on fresh ingredients and fresh ideas. With one of the largest burrito menus in the city—over 25, in fact—Sayulitas is popular with social media foodies, locals and visitors alike.

We couldn’t choose just one. Get the Lumpia Burrito made with carne asada, four lumpia, guacamole, sour cream, chipotle sauce, cheese and fries, wrapped in a a whole quesadilla. The Hot Cheeto Burrito is made with carne asada, nacho cheese, guacamole, and Hot Cheetos. The Bacon-Wrapped Burrito is a carne asada burrito, wrapped in bacon and grilled with Mexican salsa, guacamole, cheese, and chipotle sauce.

Sushi Burritos

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Sushi burritos are a beautiful marriage of burritos, sushi hand rolls, sashimi platters, and fresh salad bars. Available in many shapes and sizes, sliced or left whole, they are an opportunity to enjoy the best of many cuisines all at once. Often gluten-free, sushi burritos are also easily vegetarian, vegan, and low-carb. Make them spicy, choose something sweet, and marvel at the myriad combinations available from some of Vegas’s best:

Jaburrito at The LINQ Promenade

Get the Casco Bay, with Maine lobster and shrimp tempura, truffle ponzu mayo, avocado, pico de gallo, crispy garlic, and wonton strips.

The LINQ Las Vegas (from USD $32 )

The LINQ, originally built as the Imperial Palace in 1959, has been reborn into a great, cost-effective hotel at the center of the Las Vegas Strip.

SOHO Sushi Burrito

locations on Sahara and in the Southwest

Get the Tropical Sunset with salmon, lettuce, cucumber, pico de gallo, mango, spinach, masago, crispy wonton strips, unagi sauce, and orange vinaigrette.

Suha Bites Sushiburrito & Hawaiian BBQ

1780 N Buffalo Dr #106

Get the 38 Chikidiggy, with BBQ chicken, jalapeño, fried onions, cilantro, mixed greens, and teriyaki sauce.

Indulge in Vegan Takes on Classic Burritos

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El Dorado Cantina

locations in Tivoli Village, on the Strip and in the Southwest

A Las Vegas staple when it comes to 24-hour dining, El Dorado Cantina’s extensive menu is available at all hours for all appetites. Founded in 2014, their philosophy regarding fresh ingredients includes using organic, non-GMO foods with no canned goods. They don’t even have a microwave

While the menu definitely takes care of the omnivore crowd, with chicken, beef, pork, and shrimp options, get the Vegan Burrito – Beyond Meat, vegan sour cream, pico de gallo, black beans, brown rice & vegan cheese wrapped in a warm flour tortilla.


located at 616 E. Carson Ave., Suite 120

Vegenation is the first all-vegan, 100% plant-based eatery in Las Vegas. Chef Donald Lemperle was raised in a family-owned restaurant on Staten Island in New York and brings to Vegas his 30 years experience to focus on community food systems, support small businesses, and promote healthy eating through his menus.

Get the Torre Washington Burrito Bowl Salad made with quinoa, black beans, topped with local greens, blue corn chips, and chipotle ranch dressing. It’s also gluten-free.

Don’t Skip Dessert


located at 7965 S. Rainbow Blvd, Suite 140

Opening as an ice cream shop in 2016, CreamBerry wanted to become THE “one-stop dessert shop” in Las Vegas.

Create your custom sweet of sweets Cotton Candy Burrito one scoop of an ice cream of your choosing and three dry toppings, offering candies, cookies, nuts, seeds and more.

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More Mexican Food Classics in Las Vegas

On The Strip knows that there are several ways to enjoy Mexican food in Las Vegas beyond everyone’s favorite burritos.

If you’re feeling snacky, sample some tacos on the Strip to satisfy hunger cravings, or grab a margarita to wash them down with.

Frequently Asked Questions About Burritos on the Strip in Las Vegas

Where can you buy burritos on the Strip in Las Vegas?

The Venetian Resort has a lovely selection of breakfast burritos inside of its Mexican restaurants, as well as select restaurants on the Strip such as Nacho Daddy.

Who has the best sushi burrito on the Strip in Las Vegas?

It’s hard to find a bad sushi burrito on the Strip, especially at places like Jaburrito in The LINQ Promenade.

Who has the best burrito on the Strip?

Burritos are a journey, and it all depends on your preferences. For healthy options, for example, check out some of the vegan choices at restaurants like El Dorado Cantina.

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