Seafood

After a name change and a couple of location changes (two east locations), Cabo Joe’s has revamped its image and menu. Gone are bikini-clad waitresses (with the exception of private parties and special events) for a more family-friendly experience. There’s still an “El Paso Tex-Mex” theme, b…

Cabo Joe’s (formerly Bikini Joe’s) combines Mexican street-style food with El Paso’s brand of Mexican food, or “El Paso TexMex,” as owner John Geske calls it. The original location at Sioux Street proved popular enough to take a chance opening a second location in the former location of Erni…

Little Shack really is a little shack of a building located in the parking lot of a West side shopping center on North Mesa. The interior looks bigger than the exterior indicates, and within the last couple of years, they’ve added an outdoor patio complete with a television. They also added …

Diners are always wary of seafood in a landlocked city, but apprehensions have been long gone since 2012 when Mac’s Place opened on the Eastside. Tucked inside of the food court-style Burritos Crisostomo building on Lee Trevino, Mac’s became the go-to spot for fish and clam chowder. After a …