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A distinct culinary scene is the signature offering of Hotel Paso del Norte, curating a dining destination for locals and travelers. Here, diners enjoy the best of El Paso and the many facets that have shaped the region’s cuisine to include the influences of Mexico, the Southwest, Americana, as well as regional produce.
Four dining venues (Sabor, 1700° Steak House, El Mirador, and Dulce) along with Dome Bar, provide diverse styles with best-in-class offerings for each. Every element of the experience is curated: exquisite cuisines, extensive libation offerings, décor, lighting, music, styles of service, silver, china, and glassware.
Sabor is the hotel’s light-filled restaurant, where a spacious interior intermingles with sprawling patios for indoor and al fresco dining options three times a day. Here locals and guest alike immerse themselves in an eclectic fusion of the Southwest, Texas, and Southern comfort foods that bring bold flavors to the forefront of every dining experience.
1700° is a destination-worthy American steakhouse. The menu is anchored by aged USDA prime beef. These fine, hand-cut steaks are complemented by the freshest seafood and an extensive selection of appetizers, side dishes, and desserts that offer a “Culinary Tip of the Hat” to local cuisine. 1700°’s elegant and energetic atmosphere is the perfect setting for a broad selection of world-class wines by the bottle and glass, along with local and national craft beer selections, and barrel-aged and handcrafted cocktails.
El Mirador is a rooftop cocktail lounge featuring craft cocktails, an extensive selection of fine wine by glass and bottle, craft beer, and the availability of “bottle service.” Its rooftop location is a storied destination within the hotel where patrons in the early 20th century came to watch the Mexican Revolution while drinking libations. The food menu consists of small plates and light fare graciously served in a setting that features panoramic views of El Paso and Mexico. Live entertainment is also be a highlight several nights a week.
Dome Bar is the destination for prohibition-style cocktails. Fine cognacs and whiskeys offer stirring treats alongside appetizers and small plates. The visual highlight here is the 25-foot glass domed ceiling from 1912 fashioned in the Tiffany style.
Dulce is a bakery café and gelateria that features Barista-quality coffees and beverages, fresh baked goods, sophisticated pre-made salads, sandwiches and house-made Gelato in a refined fast-casual setting.
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