A new eco-friendly restaurant is taking the taco game to another level, taking customers’ taste buds back in time with its recipes.
Whether your family is heading back to class or staying with online learning at home, no doubt lunchtime can be a dread for parents and students tired of PB&J.
Even with the monsoon rainfall, temperatures across the borderland hover around 100 degrees or higher.
With the Plaza Classic Film Festival hitting the road as a traveling show this year, why not also shake up the traditional movie snack?
"Drive thru. Honk Twice. Pita dos veces.”
If you’re looking for a coffee fix, El Paso boasts a slew of local coffee shops and roasters for a unique java jive. Check out these shops for everything from CBD-infused drinks to tres leches and lavender lattes.
We invite you to raise your glass and toast our favorite Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl team – or family, friends and life in general.
Eats, drinks, mimosas, cocktails and wine. Whichever your preference is for a delicious brunch, Grove Brunch Café is a new go-to eatery in the growing far Westside
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