New to El Paso’s West Side, Entrecôte is an eclectic, cozy bistro named for the popular cut of beef we call the ribeye; our bone-in steak was nicely done and complemented with a sauce that had just the right amount of butter, garlic, and wine. Shareable appetizers include escargots and duck confit tacos, and the French onion soup is authentic and satisfying, with just enough red wine and Gruyère to bring back memories of the Left Bank.