The Segundo Barrio in the south part of El Paso is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city. In between the murals on venerable old buildings is Frontera Churros, a spare modern storefront on S. Campbell serving up these elongated Latin fried doughnuts covered with cinnamon. There are more than fifteen different flavors including cinnamon, cajeta, s’mores, cheesecake, even lavender with honey. Have them alone or as dessert after a hearty breakfast or a lunchtime sandwich (the latter are named after El Paso landmarks and served on soft, warm multigrain ciabatta bread). The coffee bar is just as decadent, offering a butter pecan latte and  lavender tea. The place even serves beer—that’s El Paso for you.