Things To Do
If you’re looking for a twist on the classic margarita, head over to Barrigas. They’re serving up the “Chamoyada” Margarita, a truly unique margarita found only at Barrigas. The blend of tequila, Chamoy and Cointreau are what make this Tajin rimmed margarita both refreshing and bursting with flavor.
This restaurant is certainly for meat lovers! Enjoy great Mexican cuts of beer, roast beef tacos, and more.
Frida’s interior will delight any visitors. Combined with its unique decor and excellent traditional Mexican food, Frida’s is a must see when in Juarez.
At Hacienda Montana visitors experience a combination of elegance and tradition , creating a unique and welcoming atmosphere. They specialize in serving up some of the areas best cuts of beef.
Dating back to the 1920’s, the Kentucky Bar is said to be the birthplace of the Margarita.
MariaChuchena is a restaurant whose concept of haute cuisine combines the colors, aromas and flavors of our Mexico, recovering old recipes with contemporary adaptations within a built environment that highlights the roots of Mexican culture.
Mariscos De Mazatlan will impress visitors with its great seafood selection and breakfast or lunch buffet.
Known for it’s excellent Chinese food, Shangri-La will impress visitors with its elaborate decor from the moment they walk through the door.
Viva Mexico offers one of the most traditional and popular Mexican shows along with delicious food. Viva Mexico proudly shares the essence of their country through the flavors, sounds, colors and joy that is authentic folklore Mexico.
Villa Del Mar is the oldest seafood restaurant in the Juarez-El Paso area, first established in Juarez in 1967. Quality foods have been their trademark from beginning. In an effort to serve the freshest food at affordable prices, they bring their sea food selections directly from the coast.