Nestled in the bustling Kern Place neighborhood near UTEP is one of El Paso’s newest eateries: Ita Kitchen.
What better way to experience Downtown than making your way through a five-course meal at five different restaurants – all in one evening.
When you walk up to Gom Ramen, you notice it’s housed in a quirky triangular building with a high peak.
Happy’s Irish Pub bills itself as “The Happiest Place on Earth,” a blissful place to enjoy great food and spirits with family and friends.
Guy Fieri zoomed across the borderland in his shiny red 1968 Camaro convertible in March – sending some of the celebrity chef’s fans into a frenzy.
The owners of the popular Crave and Cantina Malolam have taken two of their popular eateries to the Eastside.
El Paso’s newest sushi eatery, Sushiing Japanese Restaurant, stands out for one particular reason: a conveyor belt.
Good sushi starts with perfect rice.
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