Cattleman’s Steakhouse at Indian Cliffs Ranch
Voted “Manliest Steakhouse in America” by Men’s Health magazine and featured on the Travel Channel and the Discovery Channel, Cattlemen’s boasts what many locals claim as the best steak in town. The lengthy menu incorporates a variety of options of grilled meats, from a standard NY Strip to the famous “Cowboy,” a two pound T-bone steak. Baked beans, and Cole slaw are familiar sides, but chances are you won’t find a better steamed wine mushroom recipe in town. The homemade Pecan Pie makes for an appropriately decadent finish. Situated on a working ranch you’ll want to arrive early to check out the exotic animals that roam free, hay rides and the stunning, never-ending scenery.
Featured on the food Network and considered a local legend, Chico’sTacos is famous for their rolled tacos drenched in their special tomato soup-like sauce.
H&H Car Wash and Coffee Shop
Another Food Network Feature and recent CBS News rave, H&H Carwash is truly an El Paso landmark. Part car wash, part diner, this landmark serves up some of the best Mexican Food in El Paso.
Kiki's Mexican Food Restaurant
You haven’t arrived in El Paso until you’ve had Kiki’s Beef Machaca Plate. Kiki’s has been an El Paso staple since 1976 and is considered a ͞No frills, Mexican home-style eat.͟– Aaron Sanchez, Food Network Best Thing I Ever Ate