Best Bar restaurants nearby. Discover the best Bar food in El Paso. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Bar restaurants near you.. For an alternative Texas experience, consider El Paso. Located far from the bright lights of Dallas or San Antonio, in the state's western corner along the sparkling shores of the Rio Grande, El Paso boasts a different feel than its eastern counterparts. A true melting pot of American and Mexican culture, the combination is noticeable everywhere. Visit the El Paso Museum of Art and see American works from the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as Mexican colonial art and retablos from the 1700s and 1800s. Restaurants serve authentic Mexican cuisine, Texas barbecue or a little of both. While this fusion of cultures draws some, the rock climbers who descend on El Paso have only one thing in mind: scaling the massive boulders of Hueco Tanks State Park. Those who prefer the ground can wander through the park's interpretive center and see ancient Indian pictographs. Other popular El Paso pastimes include golf, mountain biking and our personal favorite, stargazing.
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4 based on 52 reviews
Saw the place and walked in. A new gastropub in El Paso thatâs worth a look. Has excellent brews and drinks. Also had food that is just a bit different than traditional....which is what makes it stand out amongst all other âtypicalâ places like this. .
4 based on 93 reviews
A new modern western steakhouse setting the standard in town with our premium wet aged and dry aged steaks. Offering premium steaks without the premium price.
Excellent food and atmosphere. Servers are accommodating and professional. Definitely recommend. Steaks are large and cooked to perfection. Prices are reasonable and likely less expensive than most restaurants of this caliber. Conveniently located just off I-10.
4 based on 131 reviews
Stopped in for late night beer and food close to the hotel. It was happy hour and pub burger was $6.00. Liked the beer and liked the burger. No complaints.
4 based on 113 reviews
The dÃ©cor can charitably be described as basic - think IHoP meets German beerhall with Jeans Shorts in the window (yes, that;s right...). But the BBQ was solid. Very good ribs, great brisket, very reasonably priced. Big portions. Stay away from the wines by the glass - they were terrible. Stick with the BBQ...
4 based on 238 reviews
Looking for a nicer restaurant in downtown El Paso-- options are very slim but we found this one. Selection was good, we had steak and large wine selection. Steak was mostly cooked to request mine was to be well done but was still pink inside. Only annoyance is the restrooms are not in the restaurant but down a long public hall a ways away. Server was attentive and overall the place was quiet.
4 based on 64 reviews
My wife and I popped in for drinks and dinner one evening (almost everywhere else in the downtown area was closed by 8pm!) We enjoyed a couple of craft beers and a charcuterie plate at the bar. We appreciated the bar staff's insights on the beer - they know their stuff. This is a very casual and laid-back establishment. No pretense, no fuss. Enjoy.
4 based on 183 reviews
This is worth a look when trying to decide what's for dinner. They have "double dipped" wings or tenders in hot sauce and honey. Great flavor. French fries were well above average in taste! Same with Quesadilla! Be prepared for a wait on a Friday or Saturday night as this is a popular location.
4 based on 213 reviews
Independent & Family-Owned Pub featuring 60+ taps of independent beer, vast spirits selection, cocktails, cigars, and a scratch kitchen. Enjoy out on our beer garden.
During our week-long stay in El Paso, we visited the Hoppy Monk not once, but twice. Great tap beer list and we found the food delicious, too. The cauliflower "wings" were a favorite as were the veggie tacos. Just a hands-down great place to chill and enjoy a beer and elevated food!
4 based on 481 reviews
Had a solo dinner on a weeknight at Crave. At 6:30 pm the place was empty, but quickly filled up with couples, friends and families. Had some tacos which were goodâa lot of food as entrees come with two sides. I recommend the kale slaw. The green chili Mac and cheese was kind of bland and plastic-y. Very expensive wine, by the glass. They said Wednesdays bottles of wine are 1/2 price.
4 based on 197 reviews
This would have been 5 stars for taste alone. But took off a star for seriously ridiculous pricing on some tapas. Papas bravas - excellently flavored and crispy outside tender inside sliced potatoes with not quite enough yummy sauce - a decent value - we could easily start with these every time! Coconut shrimp lo mein - some of the best coconut shrimp I've had, but really small pieces and almost no noodles on the bottom of the plate - would not order again - for $19, you should expect an entree size, not 5 tiny pieces of shrimp, no noodles, and nothing to soak up the yummy sauce - despite the flavor, there's no value and wouldn't order again. Gnocchi - the worst value ever!!! Maybe six tiny gnocchi's (light and pillowy) spread out on a huge plate with a few teeny tiny cubes of ham and maybe three mini shrimps - again, at $16, would expect almost entree size - ridiculous pricing for amazing flavor - borderline shameful - would definitely not order this again. The small arrachera with chimichurri & mushrooms - more to-die-for flavors, this time at a more acceptable price of $19 - would definitely order again, but it should come with some toasted bread to soak up any leftover sauce. The guys at the table next door clearly knew what they were doing - each ordered their own papas brava (but really, one is enough for two!) and a burger - burgers were full size with a decent salad, so at $12 each, that seemed reasonable if they taste as amazing as everything else. No time for dessert, as we were headed over to the symphony afterwards. We are world travelers and foodie diners, and are pretty willing to pay for good food - but some of these portions sizes were really outrageous for the price. A few reasonably priced wines; we didn't have cocktails. Tabla is easy access from any downtown venue and would be a great addition to any event, or even tapas/dinner on it's own - if you just order strategically, you will really enjoy Tabla.
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