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DMD Partners with Restaurants to Create Limited Time Downtown Food Menu

The Downtown Management District has invited a small collection of talented Downtown El Paso (DTEP) restaurants and bars to create AUTHENTICO menu items only available for a limited time this fall season.

In the spirit of community we invite the public to visit each business and try their unique AUTHENTICO menu items. Individually they’re tasty, but ordered in succession as part of a restaurant crawl, they’re a delicious four course meal!

The menu items will only be available starting October 6, 2016 and ending November 11, 2016!

In addition, you can register at DowntownElPaso.com for a chance to WIN an EAT Authentico Restaurant Crawl Dinner, where you and a guest will hop from restaurant to restaurant enjoying each of the four courses, plus the starter drink on November 11, 2016!

Last day to register is Thursday, November 3, 2016. Five winners will be selected.

Below is the menu in detail:

Dead Beach Brewery: 406 S. Durango St. (Union Plaza District)

Starter Drink: 4 Sampler Beer Shots $7 Flight ($10 with glass)

– Dead Beach Lager

– Abuelita Stout

– Brown Bonnie

– Dead Beach IPA

Café Central: 109 N. Oregon St. (Las Plazas Arts District)

First Course Appetizer: Roasted Bone Marrow with Grilled Sourdough Bread & a side of

Red Wine and Shallot Jam $15

Anson 11: 303 N. Oregon St. (Las Plazas Arts District)

Second Course Entrée: Cappelletti Pasta with Taleggio Filled Roasted Quince, Pine Nuts and Radicchio $13

Downtowner: 325 N. Kansas St. (Office District)

Third Course Entrée: Pan-Seared Scallops Topped with Hatch Green Chiles in a Sin Vodka Sauce, served with Sautéed Spinach $19

Pot Au Feu: 307 E. Franklin Ave. (Office District)

Fourth Course Dessert: Basque Cake with Fresh Blackberries and a Grand Marnier Sauce. $5.75 

To register for the EAT AUTHENTICO Contest visit DowntownElPaso.com

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