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Pot au Feu is a nice change of pace in what seems to be a incessant amount of Tex-Mex options in the area. The kitchen here does not necessarily focus on French food despite the name, because there are internationally-inspired dishes as well as Steak Frites and the beef stew or Pot au Feu. During their brunch service, the seasonal menu is always a hit and it's probably the best time to come if you're looking to match price and portion.
This El Paso spot serves new American comfort food to happy diners. The menu offers variations on American comfort food classics. The beverages are almost as innovative as their dishes and are worth the visit alone, especially in the West Texas heat.
El Jacalito is a great Mexican restaurant located in the downtown area of El Paso. If you're looking for diner style food that's cheap and delicious, this is the place to be. They serve breakfast and lunch and the menu includes soups, tacos, tortillas, steak and much more. The Tlalpeño soup and chips with salsa are recommended and if you can't decide what to get, just call for a Mexican platter that has a little of everything. The flavors are perfectly combined and have a kick that only Mexican food can give. The restaurant staff is professional and prompt and the service is definitely as good as the food.
This homely restaurant is located in the heart of the city and serves traditional Mexican fare as well as tasty burgers and sandwiches. Their cheeseburgers, tacos, and Menudo are especially recommended while everything on the breakfast menu is delicious. The staff of this laid-pack place is very friendly and welcoming and will always treat you like family.
The New Clock is an unpretentious restaurant that serves traditional Mexican fare. This eatery is popular among both locals and tourists and that says a lot about the quality of food and service. On the menu are treats like tacos, nachos, enchiladas, huevos rancheros and machaca accompanied by tasty homemade salsa and dips. The restaurant is minimalistic and has a homely and cozy ambiance with friendly staff always on hand.
Ripe is just what El Paso needs, a restaurant that focuses on innovative recipes and a place where guests rarely run into Tex-Mex ingredients on the menu. If they do, the plates still make this Southwest style shine in a different way. The restaurant is a brother/sister establishment that was founded in 2007 and they present three service times, weekend brunch, lunch and dinner. Each menu has their wonderful burgers with beef sourced from Bakka Ranch along with many other tasty choices. Happy Hour from 3-6pm includes 3USD off appetizers and 1/2 off glasses of wine, overall a nice place to visit off-the-beaten New American path.