Popular Brunch Spot Crave Closed ‘Until Further Notice’ From Fire
Popular brunch spot Crave Kitchen & Bar at the Fountains at Farah is closed "until further notice" after the kitchen was damaged by a fire.
Brunch so lit, the kitchen caught on fire- that's according to Crave Kitchen and Bar's social media pages after KTSM reported a the Crave Kitchen and Bar located at the Fountains at Farah had caught fire.
The El Paso Fire Department reported that the fire broke out at 7:15 a.m. Tuesday in the kitchen of the restaurant. Firefighters were thankfully able to keep the fire contained to the kitchen and other parts of the restaurant weren't damaged. According to a social media post by Crave Kitchen and Bar, the east side location will be closed until further notice.
The investigation into the cause of the fire is ongoing.
Crave Kitchen and Bar has six locations across El Paso including:
- 145 East Sunset Road in the Upper Valley
- 300 Cincinnati Avenue in Kern Place
- 631 North Resler on the westside
- 8889 Gateway Blvd West at the Fountains at Farah
- 11990 Rojas Drive on the Eastside
- 2260 N Zaragoza Road on the far Eastside
Crave is known for its Burger Tuesday promotion, where you can get a burger and fries for a discounted price. The promotion usually leads to long lines at certain locations of hungry burger fans wanting to enjoy a great deal.
Crave Kitchen and Bar is also known for its brunch menu and every weekend, there are plenty of hungry El Pasoans enjoying some of their delicious cuisines like their chorizo pancakes, whole hog scramble, green chile chicken and waffles, and more.