Cafe Central offers an outstanding experience; delectable cuisine and our dedication to thoughtful service are evident in every staff member, making it a preferred destination for locals and visitors alike. Offering an expansive, award winning wine selection and exquisite gourmet dishes with a Southwestern twist in mind to create exceptional cuisine from appetizers to entrees. Located in the heart of downtown, just one block from the Museum of Art, Plaza Theater, San Jacinto Plaza, Convention Center, and other hotels.El Paso’s only winner of the Wine Spectator Best Award of Excellence for the past 11 years and honored with the Distinguished Restaurants of America (DiRoNa) Award for Excellence. After a long day of travel, indulge in the Cafe Central experience. Join us for dinner and enjoy the impeccable service and cuisine. Your table’s ready, and the bar is fully stocked. Experience timeless tradition at Cafe Central and be part of the legacy. Bon appétit!
WESO strives to provide an authentic experience, high quality ingredients, unique techniques of our International cuisine, with flavor to the bone. Our Dining atmosphere makes WESO much more than just a Steakhouse. Providing a distinctive and rewarding culinary adventure is our ultimate goal.
Elevated experiential restaurant specializing in upscale Japanese dishes and elegant cocktails in a chic dining atmosphere. Located downtown on the ground level of Hunt Plaza at WestStar Tower, El Paso's newest high-rise, Sushi Itto redefines Japanese dining. Ask about our signature Chef's Table dinner menu, reserve your Teppan experience, or try our Wagyu today. Offering a wide variety of entrees, sushi rolls, traditional rolls, nigiris, sashimis, noodles, and more as well as a full cocktail bar with elegant drinks and Japanese spirits. Make your next culinary experience a true journey with us.
Immerse yourself in the time-honored techniques and evocative flavors of wood-fired Mexican cuisine at Ámbar Restaurante in downtown El Paso. The menu is led by Executive Chef Lawrence Acosta, who brings his mastery of regional Mexican cuisine to the city. Patrons are greeted by a spectacular 40-foot-tall amber glass and polished stainless steel wall that showcases the bar area and one of the largest tequila collections in Texas.Chef Acosta makes a conscious effort to support the boutique, family-run farms and makers in Mexico, and the menu features centuries-old Mexican recipes with a regionally driven twist. Popular dishes include ceviches, roasted cauliflower w/ mole poblano tacos, bacon tacos; al pastor; and tomahawk ribeye. For dessert, coconut tres leches and mesquite chocolate cake by Pastry Chef Jakki Rojo. Join us for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Reservations required.
Located in the historic Mills Building in the heart of Downtown El Paso and next to the famous Plaza Theatre, Anson11 offers delicious American Bistro dishes paired with exquisite wine and great customer service. Our offerings include lunch, weekend brunch, bar, happy hour, dinner and Private Events. The first floor Bistro has a more casual bar scene and offers a variety of entrees, salads, sandwiches and flat-breads. Casual attire is required for Bistro & Patio Dining. Enjoy a more romantic and high end atmosphere in Fine Dining on our second floor. Business Casual attire is required. Fine Dining is a more intimate and upscale experience where each dish is both familiar yet completely new in the way its flavor arouses the palate. From Prime steaks to fresh seafood flown in fresh daily, Anson11 is not just a restaurant but a great experience. NO DINNER SERVICE SUNDAYS.
October 16, 1909-For the first time in their country’s history, American President William H. Taft and Mexican President Porfirio Díaz met for a summit in the El Paso-Juarez border; the land commonly known as El Chamizal. Flags were lowered and the borderland remained neutral territory. A traditional, conservative luncheon was hosted by President Taft at the El Paso Chamber of Commerce followed by an opulent dinner served and presented by President Díaz in the Old Federal Customs building in Juarez. Private discussions were had and agreements were made. TAFT DÍAZ serves as a testament that great things can flourish when you welcome others at your table. What will you set in motion during your visit with us?
We are pleased to offer a sleek environment of open yet warm casual elegance, making our guests feel comfortable and at ease from the moment they walk in. We feature a large, beautifully traditional bar. Our interior combines unique historic design elements, restored in our 100-plus year old building, along with contemporary accents, reminiscent of a French salon.
La Perla is the Crown Jewel of El Paso.Inspired by La Peregrina—the world-famous pearl that passed from the Spanish monarchy to Napoleon Bonaparte’s brother before appearing on the neck of Elizabeth Taylor—our rooftop bar and restaurant, La Perla, occupies what was once the penthouse suite where the starlet lived during her marriage to Nicky Hilton.Now, it’s been reborn as a contemporary rooftop bar, with impressive views of El Paso, the surrounding Rocky Mountains, as well as over the borders of Mexico and New Mexico. Admire the saturated hues of the desert sunset with a vintage craft cocktail in hand, and sample our tapas-style, seafood-driven plates by Chef Acosta (think: Tuna Aguachile, Hamachi Pastor, and Tacos Banados).Expect to feel like royalty perched above downtown while sipping reinvented classic cocktails. As the evening closes and the stars begin to twinkle, opt for one of the decadent desserts by Pastry Chef Rojo. **Please note, only cocktails served Sundays.***