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Tucked away on Calle Ignacio Mejía, Bar Hysteria is a popular haunt among rock enthusiasts. Only those in the know are aware of its existence. It hosts concerts by traveling rock bands which includes genres like punk, goth, hard rock, metal and more.
Neon Rose Bar has built its own set of loyalists over the years and is one of the neighborhood friendly bars in El Paso. Live music events form an integral part of the bar and you can witness some established as well as upcoming musicians performing for you. A laidback atmosphere, amiable patrons and reasonably priced drinks and pub fare, what more are you looking for?
This quasi-dive located just north of downtown El Paso is a homespun spot with one of the best patios in the city with views over the Franklin Mountains. The drinks fulfill the trinity of cheap, strong and large and the staff is always pretty relaxed. Check out their 'Tequila Tuesday' if you like this potent libation.
A neighborhood watering hole since 1963, the King's X Bar has served generations of locals as well as visitors. A typical neighborhood bar, King's X offers a warm, friendly place to have a drink after work, or on a weekend, or during one of their happy hours. There's also live music played here, so check that out as well.
The Hoppy Monk is a pub and restaurant that pays homage to those brewers from the Cistercian Order, better known as the Trappists. Although the menu is stacked with beers from Belgium, the Hoppy Monk not only features beers from this region, they have almost every style, from Lambic to Lager, it's likely to be here. In addition to suds, the Monk also serves food, where the menu has better-than-average pub grub at an awesome price.