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.
First opened in Juarez, Mexico, in 1990, El 33 allows diners to enjoy a fiesta of flavor with the aid of authentic Mexican cuisine and sates hungry ears with live mariachi music on weekends. A straightforward yet scrumptious menu of Mexican favorites invites guests to customize meals to their liking with a selection of seven meats, including carne asada, chicken fajita, and pork adobada. Celebrate the versatility of corn or flour tortillas with an order of tacos before sending one out in the mail as a postcard ($7.50), or enjoy a serving of Gringas—quesadillas grilled by a professional food interrogator ($7.95). Soak in the scenes on the expansive outdoor patio with a glass of horchata ($2.75) or cap off a meal with flan ($3.25).
The creative forces behind Royally Sweet craft inimitable garb, accessories, and gifts for the femininely inclined, outfitting them in distinct, made-to-order ensembles. Practice pliés in your neighbor's secret garden in the Floral Tutu Bliss skirt ($16) or encourage follicles to root for their favorite team with collegiate- and pro-sports-team flower hair clips ($4). The Night Out with Elegance beaded peach-tulle headband dresses up casual outfits ($9.99), and the Over the Top Summer bow ($12.99) pays homage to warm weather with multicolored curlicues, plastic ladybugs and bees, and a hidden picnic for the beach.
Like an overzealous mama bird, The Brown Bag Deli has been feeding hundreds of hungry mouths over its 30-plus years in existence. Join the nest with today’s deal: for $5, you get $10 worth of sandwiches, soups, salads, and more at this German Village mainstay. This is a popular lunch spot, but it's also open for dinner. Please don't neglect dinner, as he hates when his little brother gets all the attention and will most likely react by putting mashed potatoes in your hair while you sleep.
Before opening Hot Dogs Garibaldi in El Paso, the business's owner operated a hot dog joint in Juarez, Mexico, called Famous Hot Dogs. Visitors to his El Paso eatery can taste south-of-the-border snacks such as elotes, loaded nachos, and bacon-wrapped hot dogs topped with beans, salsa verde, and other ingredients. Cold beer is also on the menu, and patrons can stop by until 4 a.m. on certain nights.
At Koreana, conversation takes place over the sizzling sounds emanating from tabletop barbecues, where boneless rib eye, pork belly, and marinated chicken are cooked before diners' eyes. In addition to Korean classics, including fish stews and four types of bibimbap, the kitchen staff also keeps busy by assembling more than 25 sushi rolls and frying dumplings and tempura dishes.