French Restaurants in El Paso

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Kinley's House is a cozy coffee shop home to a large selection of specialty teas, coffees, and delicious non-coffees, as well as a menu of treats. Charge up your cranial battery with a breakfast bagel, which is served all day and features ham, swiss cheese, and egg on a post-toaster bagel ($3.25), then let the espresso, hazelnut, and steamed milk of a small nutty cow latte ($2.95) guide the crumbs down your stomach slide. The Sri Lankan style and citrusy oils of a large Earl Grey tea ($2.10) pair well with a veggie noodle bowl, which offers a tasty concoction of Japanese ramen noodles, romaine lettuce, sweet corn, broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots ($5.60).

2208 N. Oregon St.
El Paso,
TX
US

For 30 years, the skilled bakers of Cox's Bakery have provided customers with a massive variety of cakes, cupcakes, donuts, and baked goods. Their custom decorations artfully spruce up any birthday party as cakes sport designs of bands, cartoon characters, and landscapes. Cupcakes sport mounds of colored frosting and sprinkles, while a variety of donuts include éclairs, fritters, and maple bars. Other items include brownies, cookies, and bread pudding.

9601 McCombs St.
El Paso,
TX
US

Beneath glowing signs announcing the day's flavors, stainless-steel spigots dispense swirls of creamy treats at IceIt Frozen Yogurt. At the center of the shop, the Bottoms Bar wraps around an inner booth, forming a gauntlet of cereal and candy dispensers waiting to loose their crunchy contents to form a foundation tastier than Willy Wonka's chocolate undershirts. Next, fro-yo varieties such as pistachio, cake batter, and cookies 'n' cream fill cups along with non-fat choices such as new york cheesecake. Near the register, toppings such as fresh fruits and nuts wait for their final trip to the scale, after which visitors can haul their creations over to the pink round benches or sleek white chairs.

1830 Joe Battle Blvd., Ste. 103
El Paso,
TX
US

Calling it French Fry Heaven really isn't much of a stretch. One glimpse at the menu and french fry lovers might think they're in heaven, with choices of classic fries, sweet potato fries, and specialty fries. And even within those categories, there are more options. Here's a glimpse at a few of the possibilities.

  • The British: Classic fries with malt vinegar
  • St. Mick: Sweet potato fries with cinnamon and brown sugar
  • French Quarter: Specialty Cajun fries with r?moulade sauce

Check out French Fry Heaven's menu for the rest.

12380 Edgemere Boulevard
El Paso,
TX
US

Beneath glowing signs announcing the day's flavors, spigots dispense swirls of creamy treats at IceIt Frozen Yogurt. To top those swirls, a gauntlet of cereal and candy dispensers are waiting to loose their crunchy contents to form a foundation tastier than Willy Wonka's chocolate undershirts. Next, exclusive fro-yo varieties such as the spicy mangonada and original tart fill cups along with other flavors such as dulce de leche, cake batter, and cookies 'n' cream. Near the register, toppings such as fresh fruits and nuts wait for their final trip to the scale, or order crepes with toppings such as strawberry-banana-nutella and cajeta-pecan.

5905 N Mesa St.
El Paso,
TX
US

SOHO Cocktail Lounge serves up piping-hot bar food and piping-cold beers in an understated, eclectically modern environment. With DJs and elixir mixers straight out of the Liquid Phunk School of Bartending, SOHO keeps things laid back and comfortable. While the staff up front spin records and bottles, the kitchen cooks up platters of pizza, hot "dawgs," and steamy paninis and pita wraps. There's also a stage standing at the ready for live music performances and spur-of-the-moment campaign rallies.

500 N Oregon St
El Paso,
TX
US