6 of the Best Criminally Underrated Restaurants in Northeast El Paso
As a lifelong resident of the Northeast, I always feel like it is constantly being overlooked when it comes to restaurants.
Of course, El Paso is full of some amazing restaurants; but somehow the Northeast has gotten a bad reputation and well, people just avoid it all together. I won't lie, I'm kind of okay with that because sometimes the places I love are not packed.
But I feel like I owe it to the owners, because each restaurant I'm about to recommend to you is El Paso owned. Here are 6 restaurants in the Northeast that you should really be supporting.
Located at 9109 Dyer St. suite V, Los Rancheritos is one of the newer restaurants in Northeast El Paso. Their original location had burned down, luckily, they were able to move to a different location and continue making tasty food. That's great news to us because I cannot recommend their food, especially their caldo de res enough!
Located at 10025 Dyer St., Lucy's menu offers some El Paso favorites all at affordable prices. Customer service is always great and the food is enough to take some home for later.
Located at 10771 Gateway S Blvd Suite N107, in the North Hills Crossing Shopping Center, Chase the Taste is also one of the newer restaurants that has certainly created a buzz. Known for putting a twist on some El Paso favorites, like a brisket cheeseburger, Chase the Taste is leaving their mark in the hearts of El Paso foodies
Located at 9861 Dyer St Ste 24, when I want sushi this is the only place I go to! From appetizers to tasty rolls and Sake, Hamachi Sushi has all you need for a perfect Japanese meal.
Speaking of Japanese, Matsuharu has some of the best ramen! Matsuharu offers some fresh food at reasonable prices.
The Clock has got to be my favorite restaurant in El Paso. The food is always good, the service is good and breakfast is served all day! I can recommend everything on the menu because I've tried it all.
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