Nomu Cafe is now open inside the Roderick Artspace Lofts building at 601 N. Oregon. Coffee, tea, beer and wine are served from 8 a.m.-10 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m.-10 p.m. on Saturdays. Grab-and-go or dine-in meals prepared by Eloise are also available while supplies last, and so far include salads, a Buffalo seitan wrap (vegan) and Capocollo sandwich.
To many vegans’ and health enthusiasts’ disappointment, The Green Ingredient recently closed their main/Downtown location, meaning all that is left is their express juice bar at the West Side’s Push Fitness on 6100 Dew Dr. You can also find some of their items, such as their sesame cookies and kale flatbreads, at Whole Foods.
2Ten Coffee Roasters has opened its third location at 145 Sunset. Located in The Substation retail development off of Doniphan, the coffee shop also serves breakfast and lunch items.
Local favorites are bringing their businesses to Horizon City and the far East Side. Tin Man, the craft beer growler filling station, will soon open a third location in Horizon, while Steve’Os Kitchen & Craft Bar will open its second location at 12040 Tierra Este, called Steve’Os Kitchen + Beer Garden.
Andre’s Pizza was an El Paso staple for years at one time operating three locations that served quality pizza, subs and the best homemade ranch and Greek dressings. Last month, the remaining location at 7000 Westwind permanently closed. Already in its place will be The Pizza Joint’s fourth location.
This summer, west El Paso will be getting another fast casual pizza franchise. Pieology is a build-your-own-pizza concept restaurant and will be located at 6951 N. Mesa near Whole Foods Market. Four more locations are planned for the El Paso-Las Cruces area.
The building that once housed a Fuddruckers in west El Paso will now be a Saltgrass Steak House. Each steak is topped with fresh garlic butter and seasoned with Saltgrass-7 steak spice. The Texas-based chain is operated by restaurant brand, Landry’s Inc.