At the western tip of Texas you will find El Paso, where Texas, Old Mexico and New Mexico converge. The city is rich in history and real adventure. El Paso is referred to as “Sun City” rightfully so, as it boasts over 302 sunshine filled days on average each year. It is also home to over 12 boot manufacturers and for this reason, many refer to El Paso as “The Boot Capitol of the World.”
The Outlet Shoppes at El Paso
Many visit this historical city to revisit its past by attending the annual Billy the Kid Festival, others come for its exceptional shopping at The Outlet Shoppes at El Paso. Here you will find brands like Coach, Guess, Kay Jewelers, Michael Kors and more. Conveniently located off of Interstate 10.
Union Plaza Entertainment District
Located in El Paso’s downtown, the Union Plaza Entertainment District houses a variety of nightclubs, and restaurants and a growing number of eclectic shops.
Hueco Tanks State Historic Site
This nature park expands more than 860 acres and is named for the large rock basins or “huecos” that have supplied water to this desert-like region for centuries.
Jump start your day with a delicious breakfast at a southern favorite, Cracker Barrel. The country store and hospitality will have you coming back for more. Locals are asked time and time again where to find the best Mexican restaurant in town. While L&J Café and Casita Linda are top choices for lunch and dinner, Casa de Torta received high marks for the best Brunch. Making dinner plans? Plan a trip to Cattle Baron Steak and Seafood for clam chowder, crab cakes or a succulent prime rib steak.