Downtown El Paso is thriving, and this new eatery is an excellent fit. A visit feels like a quick trip to northern Mexico. The preparations are traditional, with beautiful ingredients that pay tribute to the farmers and farmland that supply them. Tortillas are gigantic, made with both yellow and blue corn, and the tacos are unbelievable, whether you choose the suadero, filled with confit brisket, or the pato al pastor, with slow-grilled duck and roasted pineapple. Don’t miss the quesadilla “del momento,” which means filled with whatever is inspiring the chef at that moment. Mexican wines from vineyards in Baja California are paired perfectly.
City: El Paso
Address: 313 N. Kansas, El Paso, TX, 79901
Hours: L & D Tue–Sat.
Last updated: September 23, 2019