Central El Paso is coming up with new ways to attract curious diners. Accá, a  restaurant tucked off a busy intersection, is a little bit Mediterranean, a little European, and a restaurant unlike any other. We started with the fragrant hummus and freshly made pita bread and then sampled the pomodoro fettuccine, lush with ricotta, parsley oil, and a tomato pomodoro sauce. The tender rib eye came with  a generous drizzle of kale chimichurri butter and was sided with seasoned french fries that were perfectly crisp. The prosciutto and truffle panini came on homemade focaccia and had a generous amount of prosciutto, topped with arugula, ricotta, and truffle oil; it’s perfect for lunch or dinner.  The fabulous staff will suggest an incredible wine to accompany your meal, and there’s a surprise dessert that is rich with cream and in this case, chocolate. End your evening with a perfect espresso.