Restaurants in Americas

$11 for Mexican Food at El Toro Bronco

El Toro Bronco

Multiple Locations

$20 $11

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Traditional Mexican cuisine pairs tacos with hot, seasoned meats skillets with chiles, grilled onions, and melted cheese

45% Off Mexican Food at Tacos Chinampa

Tacos Chinampa

Multiple Locations

$20 $11

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Tacos stuffed with seasoned meats and your choice of toppings, from grilled onions to creamy avocado

45% Off Mexican and American Cuisine at Linda Michoacana

Linda Michoacana

Pico Norte

$10 $5.50

Mexican and American cuisine includes churros rellenos, hot dogs, hamburgers, flautas, and banana splits

40% Off Mexican Fare at Martita's Lunch Box

Martita's Lunch Box

El Paso

$15 $9

Enjoy classic Mexican dishes such as enchiladas and huevos rancheros at a casual eatery open from morning to night; live music on weekends

Up to 51% Off Sushi at Tokyo House Grill and Sushi Buffet

Tokyo House Grill and Sushi Buffet

Cielo Vista South

$30 $17.25

Fresh fruit, steamed edamame, kimchi, and seaweed salads line plates

Up to 50% Off at Dominic's Italian Restaurant

Dominic's Italian Restaurant

El Paso

$30 $18

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Father-son owners use fresh, seasonal ingredients to craft family-style pastas, tender steaks, seafood, and pizzas with inventive toppings

45% Off Sub Sandwiches at Brown Bag Deli

Brown Bag Deli

Beaumont

$10 $5.50

Submarine menu with more than 30 sandwich varieties, including hot and cold subs; cookie, carrot-cake, and potato-chip sides

Half Off Bar Food at The Network

The Network

El Paso

$18 $9

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Bar food with a twist—such as Angus burgers paired with chili-lime fries—served amidst entertainment including open-mic comedy and DJs

Up to 50% Off Mexican-American Food at La Huerta

La Huerta

Union Plaza

$20 $11

Executive chef emphasizes southwest flavors inside hotel restaurant formerly known as Azulejos

50% Off Upscale Fare at The Dome Restaurant

The Dome Restaurant

Union Plaza

$50 $25

Tiffany glass dome crowns ornate room and chefs grill prime rib eye and craft scallop ceviche with pumpkin-seed crisp

45% Off at Salma Farah's Mediterranean Restaurant

Salma Farah's Mediterranean Restaurant

El Paso

$10 $5.50

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Stay healthy with Mediterranean dishes, including gyros, kebabs, stuffed grape leaves and arabic coffee; BYOB with no corkage fee

Up to 49% Off at Iceit Yogurt & Sweets

Iceit Yogurt & Sweets-WEST

El Paso

$9.90 $5.33

Frozen Yogurt joint serves up delectable crepes and hot coffee to hungry patrons inside a modern red-and-white interior

45% Off German Food at Peter's Brats & Breads

Peter's Brats & Breads

Peter's German Brats & Breads

$10 $5.50

German eatery serves bratwurst and schnitzel alongside cream-covered cakes on the westside on Shadow Mountain

40% Off Mexican Food

Tía's Mexican & Seafood Restaurant

Falcon Hills

$15 $9

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

50% Off Deli Sandwiches at The HoneyBaked Ham Co.

The HoneyBaked Ham Co.

El Paso

$15 $7.50

Fully cooked, spiral-sliced, hand-glazed ham slow-cooked for 24 hours in a smoke-filled oven, flavored with special marinades top sandwiches

Up to 45% Off New Mexican Food at Mesilla Valley Kitchen

Mesilla Valley Kitchen

Las Cruces

$20 $11

Crowd-pleasing New Mexican dishes such as burgers with housemade potato chips, turkey-and-bacon quesadillas, and smothered burritos

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Valerie Herrera, a skillful cake manipulator and civil engineer, builds humble egg and flour foundations into towering dessert structures. The light texture of vanilla tres leches cakes ($20) wins over pitchfork-toting tongue mobs outraged at its unnatural fusion of three milk types, and strawberries doused in chocolate and dusted with sprinkles ($20 a dozen) tempt even even-tempered palates. Batches of nine walnut-infused brownies ($7.58) and batches of 24 carrot cupcakes ($21.65) prove desirable additions to any permanent dessert collection.

1613 N Zaragoza Rd
El Paso,
TX
US

Authentic south-of-the-border fare headlines the menu at Villa y Zapata Xpress, where chefs incorporate market-fresh ingredients into their made-to-order plates of breakfast, lunch, and dinner fare. Like the staff’s wardrobe of pleather aprons, specials change regularly according to the head chef’s fancy, but currently include tacos prepared al pastor or de asada ($8.50 each). Frosty glasses of Jamaican horchata ($2) prime palates for chorizo-topped plates of piping-hot queso fundido ($6.99) and asada-topped fries ($8.75). Bowls brim with servings of signature menudo, offsetting the eatery’s slate of Mexican breakfast fare, which includes the huevos divorciados’ pair of salsa verde-smothered eggs, hash browns, and refried beans ($5.50).

1452 N Zaragoza Rd
El Paso,
TX
US

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.

1441 N Zaragoza Rd.
El Paso,
TX
US

The sight of foam balls raining from the sky would be unusual at any place but Jungle Jaks’ Foam Factory, where they’re part of a brightly decorated playground that kids aged 3 to 12 can roam to their hearts’ content. Young ones of all dispositions can find something entertaining among Jungle Jaks’ range of athletic and artistic attractions, such as a mini soccer field for pickup games and a well-stocked arts and craft studio where masterpieces can be created. Excess energy burns away in the disco area as danceable pop hits play, while the Wii room, equipped with numerous Nintendo games and a flat-screen television, keeps arms and legs engaged as players search for Princess Peach’s lost contact lens. Elsewhere, a toddler play area engages tots with age-appropriate slides and toys, and a snack bar reenergizes guests before they collide with fellow riders on indoor bumper boat and bumper car rinks. All this excitement led to Jungle Jaks' nabbing El Paso's Best of the Best award, "Where to Take the Kiddos," in 2012 and 2013.

1700 N Zaragoza Rd
El Paso,
TX
US

Operating under the mantra Flavor Your Life, Bahama Buck's sends its patrons on a tropical holiday with every sip of its gourmet drinks. Island-inspired decor outfits each Bahama Buck's location, and the business's approach to flavor as an art form—with more than 90 flavors of shaved ice—carries over to its smoothies, which send creamy concoctions climbing through straws to rouse tasters with the zest of fresh fruit and juices. Hawaii's Kona coffee beans are used for Island House coffees, and island specialties, such as 100% natural juices, provide an afternoon pick-me-up without the pressure of negotiating with the intimidating children in charge of neighborhood lemonade stands.

1718 N Zaragoza Rd, Ste B-2
El Paso,
TX
US

Moonrise Spirits & Sushi's chefs pair the carefully balanced flavors of sushi with inspired fusion dishes. They craft friendly and familiar rolls, such as spicy salmon or the california. They also make some special maki, including The Last Emperor––a roll-up of lobster, crab, and avocado finished with a mango glaze. Behind the closed doors of the kitchen, they stick to seafood as their specialty, but broaden the range of flavors with ceviche, shrimp tacos, and salmon sandwiches.

1320 N. Zaragoza Suite 101-102
El Paso,
TX
US