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…

For the past five years, Chef Guiliana Leardini has graced El Paso with the centuries-long history of Venetian cuisine. Born and raised in Verona, Italy, Leardini learned to cook with the flavor of her homeland, mastering the art of preparing dishes like homemade lasagna, authentic sausage a…

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 …

Usually when food trucks become successful, they open a restaurant and only bring out the truck for catering gigs. That hasn’t been the case for The Street Kitchen, when the restaurant opened early 2015 on Doniphan near Thorn Avenue. The truck can still be found throughout town and sometimes…