Published On: Tue, Oct 10th, 2017

Carlos n’ Charlies an iconic restaurant in Cancun

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Carlos’n Charlie’s is a chain of casual dining Mexican restaurants, primarily located in Mexican and Caribbean tourist destinations.

The restaurant’s menu includes Mexican and American foods, seafood, pasta, soups, salads and appetizers. The restaurant claims to be a family-friendly 100% Mexican restaurant, offering a kids menu and suggesting patrons feel free to sing loudly and off-key, and dance on chairs.

Carlos is Carlos Anderson, founder of Grupo Anderson’s, who died in a 1990 plane crash, and Charlie is Charles Skipsey, his business partner. The company, founded in 1963, claims their more than 50 restaurants makes it Mexico’s largest restaurateur. In addition to Carlos’n Charlie’s, Grupo Anderson’s has the Señor Frog’schain, along with other similarly-branded restaurants/bars like Carlos O’Brians and El Squid Roe.

Carlos’n Charlie’s Las Vegas

Carlos’n Charlie’s made its Sin City debut in the Flamingo Las Vegas just a few years ago.

Great for all ages, this establishment offers an experience you will remember for a life time.

With constant entertainment such as dancing on chairs, singing, skits and more their dedicated staff will make sure each and every customer leaves happy and full!

Enjoy the flair bartenders, the silly waiters, or the great food. They just ask that you PLEASE do not feed the waiters.

Carlos-n-Charlies Las Vegas

Carlos’n Charlie’s Cancún

Carlos n’ Charlie’s, headquartered in Cancún, provides party seekers with an ideal atmosphere to let loose, tilt their heads back and howl at the moon.

Live bands and DJs pound out music until the wee hours of the morning, drinks are reasonably priced, and the kitchen does a good job of keeping everyone from becoming too famished from all of the fun and dancing.

Keep your eyes open since even the waiters get up on stage every once in a while to share their slapstick talents with the audience.

If you’re not eating, a cover charge applies.

Learn how to dance Salsa on Friday nights.

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