5 New Restaurants In East El Paso Makes It the “Bougie” Side Of Town Now
If you're looking to get your bougie-foodie on, look no further than east El Paso people. Winning by a mile, east El Paso is adding more new restaurants than any other side of town. Here are the top 5 newest restaurants that have recently opened in El Paso, making the eastside its own destination hotspot.
A restaurant franchise that seemed to pop up a few years back during the healthy food trend of poke, a dish originally from Hawaii. Showing no signs of stopping the poke revolution continues as poke bar expands Eastward with their newest location.
A family-owned and operated Mexican food restaurant, flautas originals provides authentic Mexican food, according to their biography. With hearty dishes such as Enchiladas, Gorditas, Tacos, Burritos, chile verde, chile rojo, picadillo, Hamburgers, as well as a kids menu, you can't forget to try their specialty: flautas.
VERDE SALAD COMPANY
What appears to be a local and homegrown El Paso food franchise, Verde salad company is opening up their newest Eastside location. Try them out for what they call a "new spin on salad."
BEES PASTRY CAFE
A recent transplant to El Paso Blanca Torres has achieved her lifelong dream of opening her own pastry shop and Cafe. "Bee's Pastry Café will serve some of Puerto Rico's favorite dishes and pastries. On the menu are favorites like Quesitos, Pastelillos de Guayaba, Flan de Queso, Tres leches, Cubano Sandwich, Tripleta Sandwich, Sancocho, a variety of Empanadas and more."
TSUNAMI SUSHI EAST
Locally owned Japanese restaurant first open their doors with their original location in northeast El Paso off gateway North. Now they're ready to expand with their first location in East El Paso! With rave reviews on Yelp and GrubHub for the quality and affordable price of their food. Don't forget to check them out if you love Japanese food and you're on the east side.
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