Get your hardhat on! Pretend to be a construction worker today with your kiddos and start building with a fun set from this Art and Flower Nook.
Your boundaries are unlimited when you are in control of an awesome radio control toy. Take it anywhere you want!
You'll have a hard time keeping your children away from the fun, educational toys available here.
What's better to snuggle with at night than a cute stuffed animal? Make sure to check out what's available.
No toy chest is complete without an action figure. Pick up one at this store to make sure you have this for your next play date!
Can't beat good old-fashioned fun with board puzzles and card games.
Set your sights even further with the help of a spectacular pair of binoculars from Art and Flower Nook.
Art and Flower Nook is surrounded by endless parking options.
At first glance, Craft House Pub & Grub's menu may seem like your average bar bill-o-fare, separated into categories like "beer-battered stuff" and "sandwiches". But look deeper and you'll see that this style of pub grub is anything but ordinary. Take the donut burger, for instance; the patty is made in house from a special blend of hamburger beef and rib eye steak, then topped with a special bacon cheddar cheese, and wedged between two donuts. If that savory-sweet masterpiece doesn't tempt you, what about the mac and cheese sandwich served on texas toast, or the bacon pops, which come with a chocolate porter sauce for dipping? Of course, Craft House is a pub first and foremost, and so the beer menu is equally interesting, featuring dozens of craft brews on draft and by the bottle, snifter, or flight.
Author and radio host Ken Hudnall leads groups on an informative trek through El Paso's famed, and oftentimes spooky, past during the Downtown History and Mystery Tour. Each traipse through time begins at the Camino Real Hotel, where ominous tales of a distressed bride and the lingering presence of Pancho Villa cast a spectral tone upon the outing's onset. Winding through city streets, Ken and crew stop at the Cortez Building, the Plaza Hotel, and the very first Hilton Hotel, which has hosted several celebrity weddings. As night falls and shadows begin to dance and pants unsuspecting patrons, a stop at the Mills Building—constructed on the site of a hotel that burned to the ground—rounds out the tour's itinerary.
The Orange Leaf frozen-yogurt enterprise boasts nearly 300 locations, cooling tongues everywhere from Mississippi to Australia. At each colorful shop, customers have total control over their cups, first selecting a combination of yogurt flavors from dozens of low-calorie options and then swinging by the toppings bar to pile on pieces of fruit, sprinkles of granola, crumbles of brownie, or an entire family of gummy bears. Yogurt flavors range from pineapple, chocolate, and no-sugar-added vanilla, to more complex blends, such as strawberry cheesecake and Oreo cookie cake.
The guides at El Paso Ghost Tours won't sell you on the existence of ghosts. They're more interested in presenting the evidence—both for and against—surrounding the city's reported hauntings, and then letting participants reach their own conclusions. To that end, the guides call themselves investigators. They treat each tour as another chance to learn more about sites that are rumored to be haunted, such as the deadliest intersection of the old west and the former site of the Acme Saloon, where a famous gunman was shot in cold blood. Personal photography, video, and audio recording are highly encouraged.
For good times and great food, head on over to Orange Leaf in El Paso.
If you're driving, that's no problem. Parking available onsite.
If your preferred mode of transit is of the two wheel variety, you're in luck — there's tons of bike parking outside the restaurant.
Taste the greatness Orange Leaf is serving up with meals around $30.