Tequila Lovers’ Paradise
This adventure is for those who are very selective about the tequila shots they throw back. Pancho’s has collected over 560 labels from the mainland of Mexico, and many are available to taste at their restaurant. They’ve even constructed a tequila museum. Onsite tastings teach interested travelers about the mythology, history, customs, and fabrication of mezcal and tequila. According to some reviews, Pancho’s also serves some of the best food in town.
Named after Pancho Villa, a Mexican Revolutionary general and one of the most prominent figures of the Mexican Revolution, the restaurant is sure to test your courage. Stand up to some strong tequila and bring back some good stories from your trip.