Good, healthy fare for downtown El Paso.
Steaks, burgers, sushi, and more.
A family-run spot for upscale American fare in a comfortable setting.
Mexican food with a mission.
The ultimate outpost for tacos in central El Paso.
Biking never tasted so good.
Drop by for a great brunch when you tire of shopping at Cimarron.
Home cooking, fine steaks, and Mexican food come together here for a group hug.
Super-fresh food in a garden atmosphere.
Eclectic fare for vegans and carnivores alike.
It's a car wash and a Mexican food adventure.
The ultimate bar food next to a bar in Kern Place.
Beautiful Mexican flavors in downtown El Paso.
Patience is rewarded at this no-nonsense Chinese restaurant.
This venerable restaurant in Sunland Park Mall still delights with from-scratch cooking.
A wide-ranging menu, great beer, and more.
Gorditas, fiery salsa, and sangria in the upper Valley.
A casual bistro downstairs and fine dining upstairs in the historic Anson Mills Building.
A contemporary setting and a menu of international flavors.
Comfortable pizza parlor in a venerable El Paso neighborhood.
A fabulous wine bar for the fabulous Montecillo community.
Come for the food (and endless mimosa), stay for the people watching.
History and fusion unite at the Stanton House, in downtown El Paso.
From steaks its dry-aged in house to excellent wines, Café Central offers the city’s finest dining.
The sushi here makes the ocean seem not so far away.
Texas and New Mexico meet for great pizza, pastas, steaks, and more.
Where art, wine, coffee, and food unite.
Come cheer your team and your taste in bar food.
The industrial setting is über-cool, but there's plenty of style on the tapas menu.
A hip cafe in a 96-year-old building in Five Points.
French techniques travel the world on Roberto Espinoza’s menu.
It's Mexican, vegan, and delicious.
A French-style bistro in a city with no French-style bistros.
Authentic tacos and more in the heart of UTEP.
Patience is required for ramen this good.
Old-school home cooking near Fort Bliss.
Comfortable and authentic, Aki brings fresh seafood to El Paso.
Authentic Korean barbecue in an unassuming location.
Comfort food meets pizza in central El Paso.
Part bakery, part cafe, part wine bar, strategically situated along the streetcar line.
Popular family-owned spot serving homey Persian dishes.
This recently updated drive-through burger shack has deep roots in El Paso.
Now in a brick-and-mortar spot, Desert Oak remains the only traditional Central Texas–style barbecue in town.
Warm Vietnamese comfort food in a chill setting.
Mediterranean with a South American accent.
A sports bar with excellent burgers.
The cool factor is high at this industrial-hip hot spot.
Located near UTEP, this is a good bet for a pre-game or pre-concert dinner.
This neighborhood favorite has a fine patio, house-made pastas, and steaks big enough to share.
Expect tasty Italian food from a Calabria-born chef at this longtime El Paso favorite.