Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant Celebrates Valentine’s Day with a “Tequila for Two”

Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant, located in Downtown Summerlin, will celebrate Valentine’s Day with a “Tequila for Two” margarita special available exclusively on Tuesday, February 14th.

Pancho's Mexican Restaurant
Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant

Singles and couples alike may enjoy the “Tequila for Two” margarita special, featuring the “Strawberry Kiss” margarita: a 50-ounce margarita for two, made with Sauza Blue Reposado tequila, triple sec, sweet and sour and strawberry syrup, priced at $23.95.

Pancho's Strawberry Kiss Margarita
Pancho’s Strawberry Kiss Margarita

About Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant

Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant is an established name in Southern California, and one of the oldest and best-known landmarks in the Los Angeles area. Owned by the Sampson family starting in 1945, the property came under the ownership of current owner E. Abbott Lawrence and his family in May 1976. Since then, Lawrence has created a thriving business in the Manhattan Beach location. Following the success of the Manhattan Beach restaurant, Lawrence expanded the family-owned business to Las Vegas. Pancho’s opened in the Downtown Summerlin shopping center in September 2015.

Founder and patriarch of the Lawrence family, E. Abbott Lawrence has nearly 40 years of experience in the restaurant business. In 1977, Lawrence built Pancho’s, a Mexican restaurant located in North Manhattan Beach on the corner of Rosecrans and Highland. With its expansive, authentic Mexican menu and delicious hand-made margaritas, Pancho’s quickly became a South Bay landmark.

“When Pancho’s originally opened in Manhattan Beach, it became, and has remained, a favorite hangout for locals,” says E. Abbott Lawrence. “We chose Downtown Summerlin for the location of our second restaurant to bring that same experience to our new neighbors; a place where families and friends can get together and have a great time while enjoying a delicious meal in a beautiful atmosphere.”

Working in Manhattan Beach as teenagers, sons Adam Lawrence and Abbott Lawrence, Jr. realized their love for the business and pursued degrees in hospitality at universities in Arizona. Following in their father’s footsteps, Adam and Abbott have taken the helm as the new business owners of Pancho’s in Las Vegas.

Learn more at their website here.

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