Once considered nothing more than a border stop, El Paso is now a vacation-worthy destination in its own right—and while its perks are plentiful, El Paso's best restaurants keep stealing the show.
This taco joint is a favorite among locals, and you can't go wrong with anything on the menu. But you can only eat once at Tachoholics.
Chile Rellenos like L&J's have been a favorite of locals for nearly a century, and the restaurant has won numerous awards and honors over the years.
Cafe Central aims to impress: the seasonal cuisine is reliably excellent, with popular menu items such as miso chili sea bass and grilled angus tenderloin.