Mama Rabbit is an ode to mezcals and tequilas from across Mexico. Mama Rabbit takes its name from Mayahuel, the goddess of agave and fertility. Mayahuel was the mother of 400 rabbits that she nourished with mezcal and tequila, and thus Mama Rabbit was born. The brightly decorated 4,400 square foot space features a large double-sided bar, multiple rooms, live entertainment on select nights and Las Vegas’ largest agave-based spirits selection, Serving a menu of tequilas, mezcals and signature craft cocktails. Mama Rabbit invites you to wander into the world of Oaxaca.
Guests are immediately confronted by an array of visually rich textures, colours, and patterns that are synonymous with Mexican modernism. For example, vibrant painted walls are inspired by the famed architecture of Luis Barragán, and the array of colorful, geometric patterns and a bold art program pays homage to the region’s spirited art scene.
The space is divided into two main rooms, separated by a double-sided bar, that’s backed by a forty-foot high open display that showcases Mama Rabbit’s vast collection of artisanal mezcal and tequila bottles. To the left, above a textured brick wall, a grid of 400 barro negro rabbit figurines, custom made by local Oaxacan ceramicists, conveys a contrast and repetition that prompts almost hallucinogenic feelings. Welcoming guests, a floor-to-ceiling mural and series of three sculptures by Spanish artist Okuda.
On the opposite side of the bottle wall, Mama Rabbit’s main lounge or “taverna” is programmed to have gaming, lounging, live music and DJ’s, and heightens the romantic and flirtatious atmosphere with elongated layerings of materials and colours that both define the lounge and its various zones ranging from intimate enclaves to exposed seating arrangements that create an inner courtyard.
Photo credits: Louiie Victa, Jaime Biondo
3770 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
Phone: +1 702-730-6773