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A photo of Taft Diaz restaurant
4.5
Awesome(272)
$$$$
• American • El Paso
Booked 7 times today
October 16, 1909-For the first time in their country’s history, American President William H. Taft and Mexican President Porfirio Díaz met for a summit in the El Paso-Juarez border; the land commonly known as El Chamizal. Flags were lowered and the borderland remained neutral territory. A traditional, conservative luncheon was hosted by President Taft at the El Paso Chamber of Commerce followed by an opulent dinner served and presented by President Díaz in the Old Federal Customs building in Juarez. Private discussions were had and agreements were made. TAFT DÍAZ serves as a testament that great things can flourish when you welcome others at your table. What will you set in motion during your visit with us?
A photo of Kona Grill - El Paso restaurant
4.5
Awesome(508)
$$$$
• Contemporary American • El Paso
Booked 5 times today
Welcome to Kona Grill El Paso at The Fountains at Farah. Enjoy your local paradise after a long day at work or day of shopping. Fresh, wild caught fish is flown in daily to craft award-winning sushi, while contemporary American entrees are prepared from scratch in-house. Happy hour on the beautiful shaded patio is a must. And don’t leave until you’ve tried one of the handcrafted cocktails, ice cold draft beer, or a glass of wine selected from the extensive drink menu. The restaurant’s diverse menu and contemporary ambience provide the perfect venue for special occasions like bridal showers, baby showers, birthday celebrations, business meetings, date night, or just any occasion really.

Discover El Paso

One of the many Texas cities with a rich and long history, El Paso is located in the Chihuahua Desert along the state's western border. Founded as a Spanish colonial settlement in 1598, El Paso features a rich blend of architectural styles -- not to mention the food. The city is known for having some of the best barbecue cuisine the state has to offer. However, many would argue that the true dining highlight of the city is its authentic Mexican food. Because many locals regularly commute to Mexico and vice versa, the local dining culture truly has an international feel. Whether you prefer traditional Mexican cuisine or its delightful cousin, Tex-Mex, you'll find plenty of choices as you stroll the picturesque streets of El Paso.

One of the many Texas cities with a rich and long history, El Paso is located in the Chihuahua Desert along the state's western border. Founded as a Spanish colonial settlement in 1598, El Paso features a rich blend of architectural styles -- not to mention the food. The city is known for having some of the best barbecue cuisine the state has to offer. However, many would argue that the true dining highlight of the city is its authentic Mexican food. Because many locals regularly commute to Mexico and vice versa, the local dining culture truly has an international feel. Whether you prefer traditional Mexican cuisine or its delightful cousin, Tex-Mex, you'll find plenty of choices as you stroll the picturesque streets of El Paso.

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