Quality Inn Airport East
900 Yarbrough Dr.
El Paso, TX 79915
Phone: (915) 594-9111
Fax: (915) 590-4364
Bart Reed's Comic Strip Nightclub hes been billed as the city best entertainment venue as well Texas best comedy club and one of the the best comedy clubs nationally. Still not convinced? Go there yourself and chuckle or heckle to your hearts content. Check website for show times and events.
Bored of the over crowded bars and nightclubs? Head to the not much popular but cool place, the Paulina's Badlands Billiards, that is located across the Franklin Drive. It's a casual pool hall; here you can hang around for hours with friends and enjoy a couple of drinks. Apart from that, it also hosts live music concerts and similar gigs on a regular basis. For more details, call ahead.
The Brumbelow Building, built in 1959, wasn't part of the UTEP campus until 1974. Before that it the El Paso Natural Gas Company's research center. Now it is part of university's athletics department, housing the Miner Athletic Club. The building also holds a number of cultural events, such as theater and the like. Phone for upcoming events.
The Nay Lair is a fine event venue in El Paso which has its share of regulars who consistently turn up for live gigs or other community events. The interiors are quite cozy and inviting, and even a newcomer here is made to feel welcome. A good sound and light setup coupled with excellent logistics, makes this a dream venue for musicians, event organizers and the fun-loving audience at large.
A premier events facility in northeast El Paso, Buchanan's is where some of the more major events in the city take place. From concerts, to conferences, this venue hosts them all. So if you find yourself in the city, looking for some first-rate entertainment, then heading to Buchanan's would be recommended. Do see the website or call to know more.
El Paso's East Side just wouldn't be the same without Club Nakyes Stadium, although it's best known as simply a great place to watch Redskins football. The venue also holds concerts and the like. Phone for more info.
This cinema with a kitschy marquee is the place for locals to come and watch movies on the massive HD IMAX screen. Some of the amenities on-screen include XD sound, stadium seating, Real D 3D images, close-captioning and other state-of-the-art services. Don't forget to check out the lobby cafe before the movie or the arcade afterwards.
An A League soccer team, the PDL franchise El Paso Patriots play from May to July.
For laughs in the Southwest, lot of local head to the El Paso Comic Strip Comedy Club. Almost every night of the week, comics take the stage to ply their jokes. From clean-cut comics to raunchy and raucous humor, there is usually someone up there that will elicit a laugh. Another benefit from this club, is that the owners to not have a requisite two-drink minimum and it's a non-smoking establishment. If you do want to drink, the bar has a full panoply of drinks, from beer to liquor and everything in-between.
Expect to watch gigs of various alternative genres of music at this intimate concert venue in El Paso. This underground music venue has, within a short span of time, created a major fan base among the music lovers, by hosting the scintillating performance of the ska band The Last Slice as well as trash/deathcore band All That Bleeds. The shows held here are famous and attracts the young and happening crowd who love to dance to the music. Make sure you get your hands on the tickets as early as you can.
Run by members of the Tigua Indian Tribe, "The Rock," as it is affectionately called, supplies the perfect kinds of entertainment for grown-ups, including concerts, drinking, and even a little bit of gambling. Hang out at the Spirit Garden Lounge and catch the game, of if you're feeling mighty peckish, grab a satisfying bite of Mexican food at Wyngs Restaurant.
The Tigua people are the last remaining tribe that carries on Puebloan culture in the state of Texas. Puebloan culture includes all tribes that live in similar ways and have similar cultural practices albeit they speak mutually unintelligible languages. In fact the binding nature of their name also derives from the houses they build, Pueblos. Here at the center inside the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo, visitors can learn more about these native peoples with the wealth of education the tribe provides, such as bread baking, social dancing and even a museum with ancient artifacts.