Downtown El Paso comes alive with new restaurants which includes Pot Au Feu, a new dining experience your taste buds won’t be able to get enough of.

Pot Au Feu is a French stew, but in downtown El Paso it’s a vibrant restaurant that creates elegant and appetizing dishes that you won’t find elsewhere in the city.


Our group went for brunch enjoying mimosas (highly recommend the Rhubarb mimosa), Bourkas along with Hummas and Naan before our meals.


For my entrée I selected the Nicoise Salad which was served to perfection. Includes: Spinach, cherry tomatoes, Nicoise olives, capers, anchovies, grilled tuna, soft cooked egg, fingerling potatoes and champagne vinaigrette.


My guests enjoyed the Tea Smoked Duck: Smoked duck breast with green tea soba noodles and rice wine vinaigrette.


Fish & Chips was one of the most surprising and delicious we’d ever had. Newcastle beer battered swai with malt vinegar and chips.

Pot Au Feu offers lunch, dinner and brunch including a lively happy hour.

The service is impeccable with a very knowledgeable staff.

If you ever find yourself in downtown El Paso make sure and make a stop at Pot Au Feu!


  • Mon –Fri.: 11a.m. – 3p.m.


  • Wed.- Sat.: 4 p.m. – 10 p.m.


  • Sat. & Sun.: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.