Eastside, El Paso
Eastside of El Paso located north of Interstate 10 East of Airway Blvd. and south of Montana Ave. A large and fast-growing area of El Paso Tx, noted for its ridges and cliffs that offer a desirable view of the lower valley, Franklin Mountains, and down town El Paso. Possessing a great number of entertainment venues and plenty of choices for dining. There is something for everyone from barbecue at Famous Dave’s, a juicy steak at West Texas Chop House, warm noodles at Pho Bistro, an Italian entrée at Johnny Carinos, finger licking wings at Track One, or a traditional Mexican plate at Carlos and Mickeys. The options are endless.
Enjoy time out with the family at the conveniently located mall the Fountains at Farah. The Fountains of Farah is a two-level shopping venue offering fresh name-brand boutiques in addition to on-trend and mid- range department stores, cascading water displays and plenty of dinning options.
Eastside El Paso is also home to the historic El Paso Mission Trail the most important surviving Spanish mission stations in Texas. The Mission Trail starting in El Paso is one of the best ways to explore the state’s rich multicultural heritage with the highlight being the Ysleta Mission. Other along the way are the Socorro Mission, San Elizario with its Spanish garrison church and may other authentic cultural highlights surrounding the Mission.