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At the Scorpion Bar at Foxwoods Casino, the desert-themed interior complements the bold take on fresh Mexican food. The guacamole here takes a bit more time and attention than your average blend. 

At the Scorpion Bar at Foxwoods Casino, the desert-themed interior complements the bold take on fresh Mexican food. The guacamole here takes a bit more time and attentiveness than your average blend. 

Scorpion Bar doesn't fool around, so they begin the guacamole process by slow-roasting red onions and jalapeños for a couple of hours — "a classic recipe with a twist of roasting the onions to make them super sweet," according to Chef Kevin Long. This sweetness is contrasted by smoky heat from the pepper and the mildness of the avocado. More flavor dimensions are added with the addition of cilantro, Sriracha and their special spice blend. This guac is complex in the best way possible, and we can only hope you find a tortilla chip that can handle it