Downtown El Paso is thriving. New hotels and restaurants are popping up everywhere, but this fine-dining establishment, in the historic 1910 Anson Mills Building, has come a long way in its six years of operation. Downstairs, the dining is casual—a pizza, a wagyu burger, a rice bowl—the bar is hopping, and the people watching is great. Upstairs means an elegant atmosphere and fabulous seafood, steaks, and specials like mussel-and-clam-studded paella and squid ink pasta with grilled prawns.