Down in the restaurant that's known as El Paso, they serve their chips with the best salsa 'round.. The Scene The interior dining room is colorful, with murals on the walls depicting Mexican lore and culture. The booths are roomy, though not the most comfortable (the tables are set too high from the seats). But you're here for the food. Large tables mingle with deuces, so the restaurant can handle larger parties with ease. They have a few outside tables on the sidewalk.
The Food This restaurant is for pigging out. This is the type of place you visit and leave the belt at home. Bring the kids and their friends and fill them up on chips so you won't have to buy them expensive entrees (although there really aren't any). The fajitas and burritos leave little to desire, and the salsa and chips are some of the best in town.