Houston Represents 915 In El Paso Inspired Restaurant
Living in El Paso, there are several different types of restaurants in town you can go to ranging from everything from barbeque to seafood, Mexican to Chinese, Italian to Mediterranean... but when you go out of town, how many of those are restaurants are based on food from El Paso itself? Well if you go to Houston, there is one...
The founder, Vanessa Lomeli was born in El Paso & she now lives in Houston & the restaurant is very nice nod TO her hometown called "The 915". Opening March 23rd, Vanessa stated that when she opened The 915, "When I think of food, I think of family and comfort, and that’s what I want The 915 to be for people. I just love the way food brings people together. That’s at the heart of everything I want to accomplish".
Located at 2914 White Oak In Houston, a lot of the dishes at The 915 include Tex-Mex staples such as enchiladas, flautas, & fajitas. Some specialty dishes include the Flautas a la Chuco that come filled with brisket, potato, or chicken, topped with salsa, crema, and avocado. The fully loaded Mexi-Dog gets topped with bacon, queso, mayo, salsa verde, black beans, grilled onions, and fries. The menu also includes green chile enchiladas, mole enchiladas, red and green flautas ahogadas, fajitas & the Juarez dog, that includes bacon, mustard, mayo, ketchup, salsa, queso, beans, torreado, charred tomato and fries. As of right now The 915 only serves carryout & delivery but they have stated that dine-in eating will arrive later.
It's always nice to see El Paso represented in other places around the country & the world. So thank you Vanessa & everyone at The 915 for showing the love for El Paso in Houston.