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The 10 Best Breakfast And Brunch Spots In El Paso

Blueberry pancakes © Annie Mole/Flickr
Blueberry pancakes © Annie Mole/Flickr
We all know that in Texas, everything is bigger. And you’ll be pleased to know that brunch in El Paso is no exception to this rule. We’re not just talking big portions either; our pick of the 10 best brunch spots are big on taste, creativity and atmosphere too.

Tom’s Folk Café

Cafe, Restaurant, American, South American, Mexican, Seafood, $$$
With a cozy atmosphere of eight tables, hearty country-style servings, friendly staff and creatively composed dishes Tom’s Folk Café is a great spot for a casual meal. Check out the gravy fries or crawfish Mac and Cheese or Beef Cheek Mole if you’re on the more lunch end of the brunch spectrum. If you’re looking for a deal, the Church Picnic Sampler has more than enough food to fill you up, and then some for $14.
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D’Lox

An excellent spot for Sunday brunch, there are comfy booths and some great food on offer, including the excellent lox. Get here early as tables fill up fast. Try the hash browns, margarita lime fries (not kidding), Nutty Texan, and the simple but classic ‘make your own omelet’ station.

630 Sunland park Dr, El Paso, Texas, USA,
 (915) 760-4889

Crave Kitchen and Bar

Bar, Restaurant, American, $$$
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Green Chile Mac 'n Cheese
Green Chile Mac 'n Cheese | ©Summer Huggins
Crave Kitchen and Bar offers exceptional service and coffee in addition to the best breakfast in town. Egg Sammy is a hit, as are the blueberry pancakes with lemon curd if you fancy something sweeter. For something closer to the lunch side of things try the Green Chile Mac’n’Cheese or the sweet potato and waffle fries to go with one of their many burgers.
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Ripe Eatery & Market

Restaurant, Vegetarian, American, $$$
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Soft pretzels
Soft pretzels | © Mercury Jane/Flickr
Offering everything from Chipotle Brisket to huge BBQ salmon sandwiches and fresh mozzarella-packed Caprese Burgers, the Ripe Eatery & Market is a place to go with an appetite. They also have classics such as a green eggs and ham omelet and a banana beer that goes great with breakfast.
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Block Table and Tap

Gastropub, Restaurant, Pub Grub, American, $$$
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huevos rancheros | © London Chow/Flickr
Great food, wait staff and atmosphere have boosted the profile of this new restauranton the scene. The wonderful omelets also don’t hurt. For more of a boozy brunch check out the great beer, wine and speciality cocktail choices to go with one of their soft pretzels smeared in house-made hot mustard. The flat bread pizzas and lamb burgers also offer a little something different to go with the vibe.
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Good Luck Café

Cafe, Restaurant, Mexican, Spanish
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Green Chile Chicken Enchiladas
Green Chile Chicken Enchiladas | © Steve Dunham/Flickr
A traditionalEl Paso breakfast spot, Good Luck Caféhas friendly service and Mexican-style food. Prices aren’t bad and you can brush up on your Spanish as you order picaddio, tocino, papas fritas,and frijoles. Tables may be in demand on weekends, but seats at the counter can make it worth your while.
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The Green Ingredient

For those looking for a vegan-friendly restaurant, the Green Ingredient (GI) is your spot. Hiding inside the Chase building, this organic restaurant serves up incredible raw tacos, coconut brown rice, and veggie lasagna. With a calm atmosphere, excellent staff, and great food, this place packs a punch. They also boast flavorful smoothies with optional chia seeds.

201 E Main St. Ste 112, El Paso, Texas, USA, (915) 298-1010