Shaking up the Five Points neighborhood, this self-proclaimed Mexican chophouse opened this summer in a fabulously refurbished house on historic Pershing Drive. Combine a wood-burning grill, top-quality beef, and an enchanting indoor/outdoor space, and you’ll have El Pasoans flocking to check it out. But before you settle on a giant tomahawk or maybe the tender short rib suadero in an agave–morita chile glaze, make sure to start with an ahi tuna tostada or the chilled seafood tower, with shrimp, oysters, mussels, and more. The Michoacana Mule with pineapple rum and Brazilian banana liqueur could be your dessert, but an espresso sorbet will cap off the evening with a kick.
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Shaking up Five Points, this self-proclaimed Mexican chophouse combines a wood-burning grill, top-quality beef, and an enchanting indoor/outdoor space,