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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.
Affectionately known as G2, Geogeske is the place to go when you want comfort food just like mom used to make, albeit with a modern twist in the kitchen. The menu is long, it's four pages of everything but the kitchen sink, from sashimi and guacamole to beef tenderloin and barbecue chicken, there is something for everyone. The wine list is just as varied, with varietals from Argentina to Germany, ask your waiter for pairings when you order your meal. Geogeske is also located in the historic Kern Place district of El Paso, so after or before your dinner, there's the added benefit of taking a tour around the stately homes.
D'Lox is a bistro restaurant located in the heart of the Sunland park district. This restaurant is great for a quick bite or if you crave some delicious food. On the menu are American specials like flatbreads, club sandwiches, salads, wraps, and succulent burgers. The Chilaquiles, Salmon Salad, and Crabby Burger are among the local favorites. The service here is prompt, the staff are friendly and welcoming. The food is fairly priced and the setting of the restaurant is modest.
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.