Quality Inn & Suites Airport
6099 Montana Ave
El Paso, TX 79925
Phone: (915) 772-3300
Fax: (915) 775-0808
6099 Montana Ave, El Paso, TX, US, 79925
- Phone: (915) 772-3300
- Fax: (915) 775-0808
Bars & Cafes
A friendly, family-owned dining establishment, Carlos & Mickey's provides customers with stomach-satisfying authentic Mexican Cuisine, with a touch of Tex-Mex flavor as well. They boast an expansive menu full of well-prepared items, like their tasty tacos with pork, tender tamales and mouth-watering green enchiladas with zesty cheese sauce. C&M also has quality margaritas and a full bar, along with hip-shaking live music from Thursday through the weekend. Be forewarned, this is no hidden gem; this place is very popular and often packed on the weekends.
The nightlife in El Paso is thriving and vibrant. There are many nightclubs, bars, lounges that the locals head to on weekends or even weeknight to get a drink, catch up with friends or just party till the first rays of the sun descend on the city. One of the popular places is the Hideaway Lounge. This little watering-hole hosts gigs, comedy shows, performances by DJs and other entertaining events. The atmosphere inside is one of complete frivolity and you will get the chance to checkout the city's happening night scene. The bar serves a nice mix of beers, cocktails and wines, so you will never go thirsty. Call for more information.
Very unique coffee shop that has been an El Paso institution since 1958, it's where you can get your precious ride washed by hand while you sit at the counter chowing down on delicious Tex-Mex style cuisine. They are known for their made-from-scratch chile relleno burritos, crispy tacos, and red enchiladas with homemade chile sauce. They are open Monday through Saturday for breakfast and lunch; closed on Sunday.
Mulligan's is a great spot in El Paso to come and watch a game, whether its NBA, MLB, NHL or NFL, you can rest assured they'll have it. In addition to its reputation as a sports bar, the owners also present live acts throughout the month. Most of the music is usually rock or speed metal, but don't let that deter you, Mulligan's is an overall place of entertainment. As with many dives in El Paso, the beer prices are amazing and the happy hours are even better.
The Network is one of El Paso’s leading spots where professionals come after work. Throughout the week, The Network hosts several theme nights, the most popular and consistent one is on Wednesdays, when live jazz is played. As far as drinks and food, they have a nice selection of craft beer, wine and premium alcohol in addition to the usual sandwiches, burgers, salads and small plates. Inside, the art canvases on the wall punctuate the exposed brick to create a trendy ambiance. On other nights, there is usually an impressive lineup of live musicians, DJs and stand-up comedians at this downtown hub.
The Tap is the quintessential dive bar and restaurant, with cheap food, drinks and a loud jukebox, it doesn't get any more authentic than this. The interior transports guests to what seems like 1994, but most come in for the low prices. The crowd is mixed, from business folk to hipsters and tourists.
At Club Vallare, it's all about the hip-hop. Vallare hosts a number of concerts of the same or similar genre, and serve plenty of booze to boot. Things can definitely get a little rowdy hear at times, but it's all in good fun. All-in-all, a great place to dance with some dedicated DJs, if that's your thing.
The Percolator, located in downtown El Paso, is more than a regular cafe. It is a vibrant performance space that plays host to myriad concerts, comedy shows and open mic nights throughout the year. On their menu are craft beer, specialty tea and coffee, that complement homemade sandwiches, bagels and salads. Avial free WiFi access, people-watch by their large windows and enjoy great live entertainment.
This LGBT bar located in downtown is an unpretentious, friendly place to grab a drink and relax. Both the patrons and staff are really affable. For entertainment, the jukebox has plenty of hits and the pool tables are always a nice touch. As far as drinks are concerned, guests should never worry about asking for their preferred libation, as the knowledgeable barkeeps will gladly make it.
If you are looking for a live music venue in downtown, then do consider M's Lips Lounge. A little off the beaten track, this lounge offers the promise of a memorable night. On offer are reasonably-priced drinks, live local talent, and good company. Call to know more.
A laid back bar at which to hang out, the Briar Patch is one of El Paso's signature gay & lesbian bars, featuring pleasant surroundings, both inside and in the back's garden patio. The bartenders are pleasant and keep the liquor coming. After all, that's what you're here for, right?
This downtown deli nestled on the first floor of the Hotel Cortez. A small coffeehouse which serves sandwiches and salads as well as coffee and espresso. The counter is a great spot for people-watching.