• January 20, 2022
 The Weekly Yelp: Newbies To Note In El Paso

The Weekly Yelp: Newbies To Note In El Paso

This Weekly is comin’ atcha with a flourishing new biz roundup. Be prepared to bookmark this list of brand spankin’ new locals. These newbies to note are full of flavor and open for business!

Kangnam Style
1550 Hawkins Blvd, El Paso, TX
“Amazing Korean food in El Paso! Their cheese ramyun is perfect, just like in Korea. They also have an extensive sushi menu… They have a full bar and private rooms for karaoke. I definitely will be going back for the ramyun.” – Jill M.

Ode Brewing
3233 N Mesa, El Paso, TX
“I started out with a flight of their beer selection to get the lay of the land. Hands down the stout and the IPA were the champions. The IPA had a nice bold taste of hops. The stout was creamy with a nice bite of coffee flavor.” – Adan L.

Love Buzz
3011 Pershing, El Paso, TX
“The bar is stacked with crafts I had never seen before. Great Divide Brewery turned out to be my favorite and they had more than a couple different beers from that brewery… I heard the best days are Wednesdays at this place.” – Eddie P.

Belle Sucre
1830 Joe Battle Blvd, El Paso, TX
“Belle Sucre is a true El Paso gem and we are all fortunate that they finally opened in the Eastside… This place goes way beyond macs; they make excellent pastries, cakes, and tarts. I highly recommend you try their caramel pecan tart.” – Albert K.

Deadbeach Brewery
406 S Durango St, El Paso, TX
“The flight comes with the Picacho Pearl, the Great Calabaza, the Deadbeach IPA, and the Chuco Cabra… The Chuco Cabra was another dark beer. I obviously liked it because I ordered a full glass of it.” – David T.

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