Av. Paseo de la Victoria 3508 Fracc. Partida Iglesias, Ciudad Juarez, MX, 32528
- Phone: (52) 656 6886000
- Fax: (52) 656 6886003
Named after the famous Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, Frida's bathes its walls with reproductions of the painter's many works. A busy restaurant at times, there might be a bit of a wait during peak mealtime hours, but the wait is well worth it. The many dishes to choose from are expertly prepared, from the seafood to the steak to the traditional local items. The atmosphere matches to quality of the decor, and sometimes you can even dine to the peaceful strums of a Saulo guitarist.
This swanky bar and nightclub has been around since 1914, but features a top of the line sounds system and boasts a capacity of 1,650 people, sexy BLU women and live DJ's that get the nights off right.
This charming restaurant has been given the Award for Excellence consecutively for three years by Wine Spectator. But if you're one of those pessimists, there's nothing quite like trial and error. So come by for some American Southwestern cuisine and give them a run for their money. An interesting aspect of this cafe are the paintings by local artists, so take time out and have more than glance. The wine list has a few hard to find South American vintages as well as the staple dessert wines.
Azulejos is a fine little eating establishment, pleasantly located at the Camino Real Hotel in the heart of downtown El Paso. The cuisine is competent, if lacking in any pizazz. Patrons have been known to sing the praises of the restaurant's Tortilla Soup, a spicy tomato and avocado concoction. All-in-all, a perfect, if a tad expensive, place to sate one's hunger before heading to a performance across the street at the Plaza Theatre.
Located in the Camino Real Hotel, the Dome Restaurant bears the distinction of being one of the finest dining establishments in the city. Elegantly decorated interior from the floor to the ceiling (an opulent Tiffany dome lies in the center, you'll find this a perfect place for a romantic evening. The menu likewise spares no expense: nourish yourself with such dishes as the Escargot Bordelaise or the rack of lamb. The bar has equally refined taste - sip on a glass of Chilean Cabernet while a jazz bands livens up the night air.
Mesa Street Grill is labeled to be one of the top restaurants for a romantic meal. Known to serve up some wonderful steaks that are always grilled to perfection. The ambiance and the service all contribute to a wonderful experience. Dish to be definitely tried: bacon wrapped jalapenos.
Named after its address, 2900 will enchant any diner that walks through its doors. Opened in 2008, 2900 serves up fresh, painstakingly prepared American cuisine with only the most natural of seafood, beef and other organic ingredients. The menu is seasonal, but features such delectable delights as Roasted Butternut Squash Tortellini, seasoned with Parmesan, brown butter and fried sage, or the Seared Duck Confit, served with foie gras, and dirty rice. The establishment also boasts a large, quality selection of wine and beer from the four corners of the globe.
Club 101 has a saying: "It's all about the music!" And considering it's one of El Paso's best nightclubs, it couldn't be more right. With butt-shaking rhythms, live bands, record-scratching DJs and a dance floor full of El Paso's hardest-partying pleasure-seekers, you'll agree 101 percent. Like some booze while you cruise? Get down at at the club's E 9 Club. Call for hours.