Think of your favorite local restaurant in El Paso Texas; I bet you can easily come up with a dozen or so as your favorite. That certainly was the case for the entrepreneur Hector Rodriguez (who goes by the name Hecz on Instagram & YouTube). He loves showing places that he feels deserve the love & recognition, especially those in his hometown of El Paso. He has so much for local places he's started a new YouTube series called Eatiots which features El Paso in the very first episode.

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What El Paso restaurants were featured in Eatiots?

The video is about 24 minutes long but the journey starts at Rafa's Burritos on 1831 Montana Ave where Hector & his buddies OMENS & Revise enjoy on the massive burritos.

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The next place they would travel to is Taqueria El Cometa on 4131 N Mesa (we know it's this one because there's a shot of King's X bar behind it. They would show off the different kinds of salsa, the tacos & gringas.

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Next was the Lucky Café (in the video they call it the Lucky Max Café), 3831 Alameda. They decided hit it up for good ol Mexican breakfast; for example they show a Divorce Stack.

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For final Hector & the gang's  stop, they wanted some fine dining. So they went to the Elemi on 313 N Kansas, a restaurant nominated for the 2022 James Bear Foundation. In between the footage of them eating, they would show off some of the local graffiti art & gets some footage of El Paso from Scenic Drive. You can see the whole thing, although I wouldn't advise watching while hungry (don't salivate over your phone or keyboard over the amazing food shown)

Thanks Hector for showing the world some the beautiful dishes you can find here in El Paso & we hope to see you back home again soon.

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