El Loco at Slip Inn
Best Mexican Bars

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ABOUT El Loco at Slip Inn
Best Mexican Bars

Seeking a memorable Mexican fiesta in the Darling Harbour region? El Loco is the loud, lively and colourful destination of your dreams.

Situated near the hustle and bustle of China Town, this buzzy cantina speaks fluent tequila, with over 25 varieties on offer. Amidst this impressive collection, you can also find all the ingredients for a cocktail favourite, the classic blend of sweet and sour that can only be a margarita.

For those hungry amigos the menu is infused with traditional Mexican flavours and dominated by a vast selection of melt-in-your-mouth tacos that even incorporates tofu as a vegetarian alternative. Gather your friends and gorge to your heart's content on massive share plates of all your favourites from cheesy nachos to the humble quesadilla.

With resident DJs bringing the party until 3am on weekends it's time to embrace the tacky Mexican clichés and bask in the colourful warmth of this vibrant hangout.


Contact El Loco at Slip Inn via the contact form provided or by the phone number, email & web address below the form.


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