Restaurants in El Paso

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

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

Half Off Bar Food at The Network

The Network

El Paso

$18 $9

(6)

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

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

45% Off at Salma Farah's Mediterranean Restaurant

Salma Farah's Mediterranean Restaurant

El Paso

$10 $5.50

(45)

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

45% Off Mexican Food at Tacos Chinampa

Tacos Chinampa

Multiple Locations

$20 $11

(13)

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

$11 for Mexican Food at El Toro Bronco

El Toro Bronco

Multiple Locations

$20 $11

(5)

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

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

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

Half Off at Casita Linda Mexican Restaurant

Casita Linda Mexican Restaurant

Tobin Park

$16 $8

(64)

Baked enchiladas in rich red-chili sauce, tampiqueña steak, flavorful tortilla soup with avocado, and more

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 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

Up to 49% Off at Iceit Yogurt & Sweets

Iceit Yogurt & Sweets

Eastside El Paso

$9.90 $5.33

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

Select Local Merchants

Mesa Street Bar & Grill won an Award of Distinction in Wine Enthusiast Magazine in 2006. TripAdvisors give the restaurant an average of four owl eyes, Yelpers give it an average of 3.5 stars, and nine Citysearchers give it a four-star average.

2525 N Mesa St
El Paso,
TX
US

As the emcees of The Garden's Independence Day weekend celebration, Steve Aoki and a bevy of supporting DJs light up the upscale restaurant with an explosive display of dance beats. From 6 p.m.–9 p.m. on Independence Eve, The Garden's chefs apply their culinary expertise to the grilling of complimentary hamburgers, hot dogs, and 8-track tapes. Later, music from artists such as Bulletproof Tigers and DJ Omar Garnica fills the restaurant, bouncing off the indoor trees and the outdoor patio's billowing cloth ceiling. DJ Steve Aoki takes the stage to finish the party, pumping out house music from his tour as well as his electronica remix of "God Bless America," recently voted by Congress to be the new national anthem.

511 Western Ct
El Paso,
TX
US

Some enticing menu creations include the acclaimed Kobe Rib-eye and New York Strip steaks, Signiture appetizer Empanada's, the 1515 original Red Chili Shrimp Soup and of course the memorable Abuelita Creme Brulee that is prepared in house.

1515 has seasonal menus and specials to provide new tastes to tempt your palate.

1515 N Lee Trevino Dr
El Paso,
TX
US

“El Paso,” an old song by Marty Robbins, tells the story of a man who falls in love with a Mexican girl while dancing the night away at a cantina. Unfortunately, she flirts with a handsome cowboy, who the man shoots and kills in a jealous rage. It ends like most classic Wild West tales, in a deadly shootout inside the local watering hole. The name of that tavern? Rosa’s Cantina.

Rosa’s was made famous more than 50 years ago when the chart-topping song, which eventually went on to win a Grammy, reached the airwaves. Today, patrons from all across the world venture to the neighborhood bar to check out the cold drinks, the Mexican food, and, of course, the atmosphere that inspired Marty Robbins to use the bar as the setting for his hit song.

A bright red monster truck that wears the bar’s logo and lyrics from the song stands guard in the parking lot at Rosa's. Inside, tables draped in red or blue gingham tablecloths await red baskets of chips and plates of guacamole tostadas, chicken with green chilies, and burritos stuffed with meat and doused with chili and cheese. While patrons devour these treats, they listen to live performances from local musicians who just may one day take inspiration from the bar themselves and pen a hit song or dirty limerick.

3454 Doniphan Dr
El Paso,
TX
US

"Luscious" is the word that the El Paso Times chose to describe the Quack Quack, a Square Cow Burgers, Beer & Wine creation that combines duck confit with dried cherries, chicharrones, and blue cheese. The lobster burger was another home run, with butter and chili mixed into the patty for a taste "similar to a lobster tail dipped in clarified butter." These are just two examples of the eatery's craft burgers, which also include bison, lamb, and chicken options—all made from meats that are freshly ground onsite each day.

No matter which meat they're working with, the chefs stick to a format that works: thick, not flat, quarter-pound patties that retain savory juices and stand up to toppings such as whole pickles and homemade mayos. Chefs deep-fry burgers on request and serve them with sides such as onion rings battered with Rogue Shakespeare Oatmeal Stout. Servers fill glasses and milk bottles with 100 draft beer choices, 60 types of wine, and cocktails for patrons to sip while watching sports games or doing jumping jacks to the DJ's tracks.

4172 N Mesa St
El Paso,
TX
US

Giuliana Leardini knows Italian cuisine. Born and raised in Verona, she came to the U.S. more than 30 years ago and now shares her family’s recipes with the masses as owner and head chef at Trattoria Bella Sera. The eatery's name—compiled from words meaning “homemade,” “beautiful,” and “lovely evening”—also describes the picturesque decor in its 64-seat dining room, adorned with wooden latticework, hanging vines, and a prominently displayed Italian flag. Amid the pulse of Italian music, white tablecloths populate with the menu's traditional Venetian fare, including gooey pizzas, baked pastas, and fish and veal sautéed in delicate wine sauces. During warm-weather months, guests can retreat to the 40-seat outdoor patio for paninis or stockpile house-made sausage by the foot, as Rapunzel did before her orders of Rogaine came through.

9449 Montana Ave
El Paso,
TX
US