Eight Unique Bars You Can Find In Downtown El Paso
Going to Downtown El Paso is an experience; with so many restaurants, museums, theaters, Southwest University baseball park, San Jacinto Plaza... there's a lot to take in. But with so many places there, there's bound to be some places that perhaps you haven't been to yet.
Well are 10 unique bars you can find while cruising around Downtown:
Located right next to where The De Soto Hotel USED to be, you can go to The Reagan (that's just across from the Wells Fargo) at 313 E. Mills Ave.
If you're looking for a cocktail lounge, The Berkeley Lounge is right next door to The Reagan, 317 E Mills Ave.
If you like beer, coffee, or you have a craving for churros, you can enjoy Frontera downtown at 501 S Campbell Street; right at the corner of Campbell & 3rd Ave
If you go to the center of Downtown, you can find the Mona Bar of Modern Art. Have a drink & appreciate art; what's not to like? 410 1/2 E San Antonio Ave.
The word I would use to describe Hush Hush: vibe. It's definitely a vibe over at 533 W Franklin Ave.
If you've just finished a trip to the History Museum, you can find the 1922 Bar should a short walk away. But remember "you got to keep it a secret". 502 N Oregon St.
If you've been to the Pizza Joint downtown, you've probably been right next to the Craft & Social and might not have known it. Definitely a lot of nostalgia can be felt at Craft & Social, 305 E Franklin Ave.
If you want to have that sense drinking at church without the guilt, that's the experience you'll have at the Church Bar at 212 E Mills Ave.
I encourage you to explore & look around! You'll never know what you'll enjoy unless you go