Landry’s Seafood House first opened in 1947. Since then, they have expanded wildly and become a permanent fixture in the Gulf Coast. You'll enjoy a fresh and delicious seafood experience any time you stop by Landry’s for lunch or dinner. The selections are numerous and all created with the highest possibly quality ingredients. Dishes include classic starters of oysters Rockefeller, seafood stuffed mushrooms, and New Orleans crawfish bread. Taste one of their fresh sandwiches, salads, or signature fish entrees. For dinner there are elegant offerings of Alaskan king crab, seared scallops, crawfish étouffée, and shrimp enbrochette. And, just in case you’re the person whose wasn’t to head to the seafood place, there is also a fantastic selection of steak, pasta, and roasted chicken!
About two years ago, a savory drink called dayvasos began to rapidly gain popularity in Juárez, Mexico. It was originally rumored to be a hangover cure, but people began sipping it for its taste rather than its function; " "Now kids have it, abuelitas (grandmothers) too," Dayvasos JN co-owner Miguel Ortiz told an El Paso Times writer. Clamato tomato juice, freshly squeezed lime juice, chile powder, and a secret ingredient called "Dayvasalsa" are the building block of a dayvaso; bartenders top this blend with additions such as beef jerky, fresh or dried shrimp, or clams. Some patrons like to mix dayvasos with beer, and Ortiz accommodates them by stocking Mexican and domestic brews, which are also available to take home.
Angelo Saucedo opened J.R.'s Coney Island in 1920, and the eatery supplied El Paso with hot dogs and other classic snacks for 80 years before closing. But thanks to the original owner’s descendants, who reopened Coney Island at 4224 North Mesa Street, diners can continue to savor longtime favorites. The menu includes hot dogs in steamed buns with housemade chili, juicy burgers with housemade french fries, and Mexican specialties such as tacos, quesadillas, and flan, which one El Paso Times writer wrote "tasted like my great-grandmother's -- old school." The family that runs the restaurant also hosts hot-dog-eating contests that benefit ovarian cancer research.
Since the inception of its flagship location in 1973, Golden Corral has continued to load plates with an ever-expanding menu of homestyle fare served in a family-oriented atmosphere. Among the never-ending dinner buffet’s offerings, 15 types of protein, including sirloin steaks cut and aged on the premises, pair with comfort-fare staples such as mac 'n' cheese and banana pudding. At lunch, pot roast simmered for 12 hours and made-from-scratch meatloaf fill the buffet’s ranks, and breakfast promises made-to-order omelets, hearty slices of ham and sausage, and sizzling hash browns. Each of Golden Corral’s locations opens its doors to group events, seating parties of 25 or more, or one house of Congress in recess.
Rudy's in El Paso has the look of an old-time country store, and within you can find the big, bold flavors you'd expect of Texan barbecue. When you walk in, you can place your order at the counter and a short time later, your meal will be presented to you in all its piping-hot glory so that you can take it to one of the open tables within the eatery to enjoy. Try the prime rib—served by the half pound, it is juicy and tender and goes perfectly with any of Rudy's sides. If you prefer food you can eat with your hands, try one of Rudy's signature sandwiches and give your hunger the one-two punch. For fabulous barbecue at prices anyone can afford, head to Rudy's for your next meal.
Famous Dave – yes, he’s a real person – started the restaurant that bears his name with a dream, a prayer, and a whole lot of persistence…not to mention a world-class barbecue recipe that would soon become world famous in its own right. Famous Dave spent a quarter of a century experiencing all that the BBQ world had to offer. Then he spent another ten years perfecting the original recipe that is the cornerstone of Famous Dave’s deliciously unique BBQ. In a world of cookie-cutter barbecue joints, Famous Dave’s stands out because of their hand-rubbed meats and real-hickory-wood smoker. Take a trip to Famous Dave’s for a taste of barbecue the way it was meant to be.