Restaurants in Sunland Park

45% Off at Salma Farah's Mediterranean Restaurant

Salma Farah's Mediterranean Restaurant

El Paso

$10 $5.50


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

$5 for Sub Sandwiches at Brown Bag Deli

Brown Bag Deli

Fred Wilson

$10 $5


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

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

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

Half Off Bar Food at The Network

The Network

El Paso

$18 $9


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 Food at Tacos Chinampa

Tacos Chinampa

Multiple Locations

$20 $11


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


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


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

Up to 50% Off at Dominic's Italian Restaurant

Dominic's Italian Restaurant

El Paso

$30 $18


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

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Fast, fresh and friendly!! Delicious hot dogs on a stick cooked fresh to order, refreshing ice cold lemonade made at least every two doesn't get any fresher than this!! Also serving some awesome vegetarian menu items!

7051 S Desert Blvd

Last season was a hallmark season at Sunland Park when wagers skyrocketed 32% to nearly $54 million, yielding big returns for equine enthusiasts with an eye for winners. Bet a doll hair or two and watch the global stampede of speed-steeds in Sunland Park’s Simulcast Lounge and throughout the Grandstand and Turf Club areas. Your simulcast program will serve as a papery fountain of horseracing knowledge, helping you make wise wagers and avoiding such foolish bets as taking the long odds on Hägar the Horrible being funny tomorrow. In addition to a $10 betting voucher, you and your fellow Equus ferus caballus admirer can feed on cheeseburgers, soft drinks, and French fries while comparing the goofiest horse rap monikers on your profile sheet.

1200 Futurity Dr
Sunland Park,

Light streams through a vast Tiffany glass dome and illuminates an elegant dining room with help from glittering chandeliers. This is the first thing most diners notice upon stepping into The Dome Restaurant's dining area, an elegant eatery located within the Camino Real hotel. The kitchen churns out upscale fare that includes grilled prime rib eye served with a spicy red-pepper horseradish chimichurri and mashed potatoes, duck-confit spring rolls, and pan-seared fillets with orange sauce. A luxurious rug sprawls across The Dome Restaurant’s floor, and intimate tables invite diners to linger alongside vaulted, arched windows. Directly beneath the showstopping, ornately carved ceiling, backed stools perform maypole dances around a circular bar, which had its edges filed down by a Brobdingnagian manicurist.

101 South El Paso Street
El Paso,

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.

3737 N Mesa St.
El Paso,

Angelo Saucedo opened J.R.'s Coney Island in 1920, and the eatery supplied El Paso with hot dogs and other classic snacks for 80 years before closing. But thanks to the original owner’s descendants, who reopened Coney Island at 4224 North Mesa Street, diners can continue to savor longtime favorites. The menu includes hot dogs in steamed buns with housemade chili, juicy burgers with housemade french fries, and Mexican specialties such as tacos, quesadillas, and flan, which one El Paso Times writer wrote "tasted like my great-grandmother's -- old school." The family that runs the restaurant also hosts hot-dog-eating contests that benefit ovarian cancer research.

4224 N Mesa St
El Paso,

Since the inception of its flagship location in 1973, Golden Corral has continued to load plates with an ever-expanding menu of homestyle fare served in a family-oriented atmosphere. Among the never-ending dinner buffet’s offerings, 15 types of protein, including sirloin steaks cut and aged on the premises, pair with comfort-fare staples such as mac 'n' cheese and banana pudding. At lunch, pot roast simmered for 12 hours and made-from-scratch meatloaf fill the buffet’s ranks, and breakfast promises made-to-order omelets, hearty slices of ham and sausage, and sizzling hash browns. Each of Golden Corral’s locations opens its doors to group events, seating parties of 25 or more, or one house of Congress in recess.

4610 Woodrow Bean
El Paso,