LETTY’S TO AIR ON FOOD NETWORK’S DINERS, DRIVE-INS AND DIVES
Season 37, Episode 3
Mexican, Mediterranean and Mofongo
This trip, Guy Fieri's grabbing an international playlist of flavor. In Coral Springs, Florida, a funky spot is putting their Mediterranean spin on lamb burgers and fried shrimp. In West Palm Beach, Florida, a local gem is dishing out prime Puerto Rican specialties. In Las Vegas, a real deal Mexican joint is serving up the-bomb birria tacos, magnificent mole and a wild take on the margarita.
LETTY’S BEEF BIRRIA RECIPE FEATURED ON FOOD NETWORKGET THE RECIPE about the beef birria
LETTY’S BRINGS LETICIA’S MEXICAN FLAVORS TO DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS
By Leslie Ventura Las Vegas Weekly | Wed, Nov 25, 2020
In 1964, Chef Leticia Mitchell’s father brought her family from Mexico City to Las Vegas to pursue his career as a musician on the Strip.
Leticia Mitchell, left, and partner Sue Kiple celebrate the opening of their restaurant, Letty's de Leticia's Cocina, in downtown Las Vegas on Monday, Aug. 31, 2020. (Al Mancini/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
MEXICAN RESTAURANT OPENS IN EL SOMBRERO SPACE DOWNTOWN
By Al Mancini Las Vegas Review-Journal | Sep 1, 2020 | Uncategorized
Chef Leticia Mitchell, who has been serving Mexican cuisine in Las Vegas for over a decade, is hoping her quick casual interpretation of traditional Mexican cuisine will reinvigorate a downtown landmark.
Letty’s De Leticia’s Cocina/Facebook
CHEF LETICIA MITCHELL DEBUTS LETTY’S DE LETICIA’S COCINA IN THE ARTS DISTRICT
by Bradley Martin | Sep 1, 2020, 12:00pm PDT
One of the most eagerly awaited debuts of the summer has arrived on Main Street, sitting under an iconic Arts District neon sign and serving a casual breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu from local restaurateur Leticia Mitchell.
Letty’s De Leticia’s Cocina replaces the 1,842-square-foot former El Sombrero Cafe space at 807 S. Main Street, a location synonymous with Mexican dining since 1950.
by John Curtis BEING JOHN CURTAS. eatinglv.com | October 7, 2020
Letty’s De Leticia’s Cocina (aka Letty’s) is an entirely different animal. Where Sin Fronteras punches way above its weight, Leticia Mitchell is swinging at pitches she knows she can hit. (Mix. That. Metaphor!) Her wheelhouse in this case is downtown’s insatiable appetite for tacos.