Restaurants in Horizon City

40% Off Mexican Fare at 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

Half Off Bar Food at 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

45% Off Mexican and American Cuisine at Linda Michoacana

Pico Norte

$10 $5.50

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

45% Off German Food at 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

Half Off Upscale Fare at The Dome Restaurant

Inside Camino Real Hotel

$50 $25

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

Half Off at Chi-Town BBQ

Fort Bliss

$18 $9

Hickory-smoked ribs, pulled pork, and other meats coated with specialty dry rubs and from-scratch sauce at Chicago-style barbecue joint

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

Union Plaza

$20 $11

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

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

Cielo Vista South

$30 $17.25

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

Half Off Bar Food at SOHO Cocktail Lounge

Downtown El Paso

$14 $7

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Famous pizzas include chipotle barbecue chicken, the pepperoni-laden NYC pie, and pesto with roasted red pepper

Up to Half Off at Forghedaboudit Pizza

Forghedaboudit Pizza & Wings

$20 $11

Jumbo buffalo wings tossed with piquant sauce; New York–style pizzas with toppings such as sirloin steak or locally grown sweet chilies

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With its light coral-colored walls, wooden window shutters, and rustic décor, El Rincon De Gypsy takes on the desert southwest personality of the building in which it resides. Nearly 140 years old, the adobe structure is lined with artwork and complimented by a roomy outdoor patio and dining area. Everyday, visitors may receive a free tour of the building, and on weekends, they can participate in free tarot card readings.

10300 Socorro Rd Ste 1
El Paso,
Texas
US

When describing The Magic Pan Restaurant's cuisine to Ventanas Magazine, owner Annette Lawrence, an El Paso native, described it as "gourmet with a Southwestern flair." Homemade sauces and dressings in flavors such as honey Tabasco and creamy cilantro lime add kick to fresh salads served with sides such as pecan cornbread, while parmesan cream laced with peppery chipotle spices up a classic bowl of fettuccini alfredo. Smoked and roasted meats fill the majority of the restaurant's sandwiches, which are held together by focaccia, brioche, ciabatta, or the telekinetic powers of the kitchen's chef, and meaty entrees such as prime angus ribeye with smoked sea salt, cognac, and fresh herb compound butter reveal the kitchen's talent for updating culinary classics.

According to Ventanas Magazine, The Magic Pan's interior also combines flavors from around the globe in a design scheme orchestrated by Lawrence and her daughter Vanessa. At The Pan Restaurant on Cincinnati Street, work from local furniture makers is showcased alongside pieces imported from Bali, while guests to the original restaurant on Doniphan Drive enjoy their vibrant fare while surrounded by colorful, original artwork or patio planters filled with exotic flowers.:m]]

5034 Doniphan Dr
El Paso,
TX
US

The Great American Land and Cattle Company provides steaks that are cut onsite and cooked precisely to specifications. They arrive with an eclectic smorgasboard of sides: pineapple coleslaw, fries or veggies, and "Texas caviar"—that is, beans. The most popular cut is the tender ribeye, but the menu has all degrees of fanciness covered, from filet mignon to country-fried steak in gravy to steakburgers. If you'd like yours extra-spicy, you can order it tampiqueña—covered with grilled onions and green chilies or jalapeños.

Though the company produces its many seasonings and sauces with steak in mind, the kitchen's not a beef-only zone. It also makes room for pulled-pork sandwiches, Cajun-style chicken, and charbroiled cold-water lobster tails, among other proteins. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, music and other live entertainment drifts through the dining room and onto the patio as the mountains in the background sway gently to the beat.

7600 Alabama St
El Paso,
TX
US

Sri Lankan culture incorporates distinctive southern Asian roots along with influences from the various European nations that have ruled it. As a result, the cuisine typically features a mélange of Indian, Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese, and Malaysian flavors. At Curry Leaf, Lana Hillstrom remains true to the flavors of her native Sri Lanka, filling the menu with her country's eclectic cuisine. Chickpeas, pork, and sliced mango simmer in aromatic curry, distinguished from familiar Thai or Indian versions by a signature powder that uses 21 fragrant ingredients, according to the Colorado Springs Independent. The rest of the menu includes Sri Lankan interpretations of Asian standards such as chicken tikka, fried rice, and mulligatawny soup.

Channeling the same vivaciousness as the menu, the dining room bursts with color from its sunshine-yellow walls, draped with leafy foliage and imported Sri Lankan rainbows. Framed pictures and woodwork also adorn the walls, and a rocking chair and a stately armchair add to the room's homey ambiance.

1360 N Lee Trevino Dr
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

Across four decades and three generations, the Hoenselaar family has prepared its signature bone-in hams the same way—marinating them in secret spices and smoking them at length over a special blend of hardwood chips. At each of The HoneyBaked Ham Co.'s 400 locations, specialized machinery invented by founder Harry J. Hoenselaar himself carves each haunch into a perfect, thin-cut spiral. Slices then fill sandwiches such as the croissant-swaddled Ham Classic, or join other meats on the likes of the toasted Ham & Turkey Bella, which hoists swiss cheese, banana peppers, and balsamic vinaigrette between ciabatta bread. The correlation between pork consumption and out-of-control parties has not slipped past the notice of the HoneyBaked chefs, who also offer catering platters and party trays for 10 or more people.

6600 N Mesa St
El Paso,
TX
US