The monopoly tycoons of the 19th century traditionally did their wheeling and dealing at fine-dining establishments, cleverly concealing the fact that they still lived with their parents. Indulge in the high life with this Groupon.
$25 for $50 worth of upscale fare
The embossed-leather menu unfolds to reveal dishes such as scallop ceviche ($10), prime rib eye with a spicy red-pepper horseradish chimichurri and mashed potatoes ($42), and grilled salmon atop a bed of baby greens and orange-braised beets ($29).
The Dome Restaurant
Light streams through a vast Tiffany glass dome and illuminates an elegant dining room with help from glittering chandeliers. This is the first thing most diners notice upon stepping into The Dome Restaurant's dining area, an elegant eatery located within the Camino Real hotel. The kitchen churns out upscale fare that includes grilled prime rib eye served with a spicy red-pepper horseradish chimichurri and mashed potatoes, duck-confit spring rolls, and pan-seared fillets with orange sauce. A luxurious rug sprawls across The Dome Restaurant’s floor, and intimate tables invite diners to linger alongside vaulted, arched windows. Directly beneath the showstopping, ornately carved ceiling, backed stools perform maypole dances around a circular bar, which had its edges filed down by a Brobdingnagian manicurist.
Inside Camino Real Hotel
101 South El Paso Street
El Paso, Texas 79901