5 Resturants You Need To Check Out After A Chihuahuas Game
You’ve just finished watching an El Paso Chihuahuas baseball game, and you need to celebrate their victory. Now what? Take a stroll over to these restaurants/bars unique to El Paso. Get ready, and let’s eat.
Pint & Peanut Social Club
This kitschy little spot just opened up in The Mix. By the name you probably would have never guessed that they service a variety of craft beers and hold on to your seat, moonshine! The social club is working on adding food to their menu which will line up perfectly with the Chihuahuas schedule. This cute little place is located in The Mix building, 518 W San Antonio. They are open Tuesday- Sunday 12pm-2am. Call 915.351.0515 for more information.
Sparrows Spirits and Pies
Sparrows downtown opened up late last year and the wait was definitely worth it. Their deep dish pizza is perfect after enjoying a baseball game with the family. It takes about 40 minutes for the pies to be baked and prepared to perfection, but it’s worth it. Trust me. If deep dish pizza sounds too heavy, try one of their amazing salads. They are located at 201 S. El Paso St. They are open Monday- Sunday 11am-11pm. Call 915.533.8988 for questions.
Hello Day Cafe
The Hello Day Cafe is one of my personal favorite hot spots downtown. The Mexican BBQ burger (my personal favorite) has a quarter pound of beef ,guacamole,cebollitas, jalapeno toreado and house mayonnaise. They also offer various salads, sandwiches, shareables and desserts. Their establishment is small but packs a punch, 209 S. El Paso St is where you can find them and while you’re there have a drink upstairs at Bowie Feathers. They are open Monday – Thursday 8am-3pm,Friday 8am-10pm, Saturday 11am-10pm.
Craft and Social
Craft and Social is located at 305 E. Franklin Ave. They serve up the best craft beers and walking distance from the ballpark is just a hop and skip away. If beer isn’t really your thing they also have a great wine selection, Food is also on the horizon for this pub style bar and their tap wall is very cool. You can hangout with these guys Monday- Friday 4pm-12am, Saturday 3pm-1am and Sunday 3pm-11pm.
Kipps signature sandwiches are located right in the heart of downtown at 203 E. Mills Avenue. You can satisfy your craving for these delicious cheesesteaks, fries and much much more. Located in the historic Cortez building they are open Monday – Thursday 11am -8pm, Friday and Saturday 11am-10pm.