Now in a brick-and-mortar spot, Desert Oak remains the only traditional Central Texas–style barbecue in town.
The mine-like decor belies the warm, come-as-you-are vibe.
Perfect pastas and pizzas in a former service station.
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.
Come for the food (and endless mimosa), stay for the people watching.
Sandwiches, daily specials, and plenty of coffee and tea to keep travelers awake.
Steaks and fresh seafood delivered by a classy staff.
A new and hip cafe in a 96-year-old building.
Expect tasty Italian food from a Calabria-born chef at this longtime El Paso favorite.