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9 Unique El Paso Brunch Experiences

Finding the best brunch spot can sometimes be a daunting task. With so many places to choose from, finding that perfect spot can seem nearly impossible so we’ve narrowed it down for you. Here is our top 8 unique brunch experiences found only in El Paso.

Basico Bistro Cafe
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Basico Bistro Cafe
6006 N. Mesa St. #106

This contemporary eatery and bar offers an array of fine American fare. Whether breakfast, brunch or lunch, a meal in the bistros modern design dining room is sure to impress.

Block Table & Tap
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Block Table & Tap
4172 N. Mesa St.

Brunch goers rave about this popular eatery which features hand crafter cocktails, an extensive craft beer menu and a remarkable wine list. With two patios and an industrial-chic dining room to choose from, finding that perfect table proves no challenge whatsoever.

Crave Kitchen & Bar
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Crave Kitchen & Bar
300 Cincinnati Ave.

Crave is best known for taking your favorite comfort foods and adding a unique twist to them. Dishes like their fried chicken and waffles and blueberry pancakes always pair nice with their selection of over 70 international beers.

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630 Sunland Park Dr.

With its laid-back environment and all-day breakfast, D’Lox is sure to satisfy your brunch craving no matter what time of the day. D’Lox is where classic America fare meets traditional border favorites. The breakfast enchiladas are a brunch must!

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255 Shadow Mountain Dr.

Eclectic and casual is how locals describe this cozy, vegan-friendly hot spot. Sharing their love for food, coffee, cocktails and conversation, Eloise is known as a must do when it comes to brunch. From Mexican inspired dishes to Argentinian Empanadas and Spanish style tonics, Eloise has something for everyone-even the vegetarians and vegans in your group.

The Hoppy Monk
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The Hoppy Monk
4141 N. Mesa St.

Generally known as the place to choose from hundreds of craft beers, The Hoppy Monk serves an all-day Sunday brunch that should not be missed. Pineapple Downside up Pancakes, Eggs in Purgatory, Bacon and Egg burgers, need we say more?

Ripe Eatery
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Ripe Eatery
910 E. Redd Rd.

Dedicated to providing only made from scratch meals using the freshest and never frozen meats and produce, Ripe is a staple when it comes to Brunch in El Paso. With an extensive menu of omelets, benedicts, salads sweets, this neighborhood joint is sure to have something for even the pickiest of eaters.

The Kitchen at 150 Sunset
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The Kitchen at 150 Sunset
150 E. Sunset Rd.

This is truly an oasis in the desert. The casual, outdoor/indoor atmosphere provides a welcoming haven for gatherings of all types. Friends and family find 150 Sunset to be relaxing and delicious.

Salt + Honey
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Salt + Honey
801 N. Piedras St.

This neighborhood cafe serves breakfast, brunch, lunch and house made deserts that are not to be passed up. Try the Londoner, it won’t disappoint!

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