Watch all the action of a revitalized downtown El Paso from the comfort of your table in the historic Anson Mills Building. A fabulous sunset accompanied our mussels and fries, skillet of queso fundido (loaded with asadero cheese and chorizo), and beef bourguignon, the beef braised in brown ale. Upstairs is for fine dining, while downstairs is ideal for lunchtime options like the forbidden rice bowl, with crispy brussels sprouts, fresh corn, and avocado cilantro cream, and a perfect Frito pie, with local green chiles and lots of melted cheddar. Do not miss the cast-iron apple cobbler accompanied by coconut sorbet.