El Paso get your taste buds ready because Chuy’s Mexican Restaurant is about to open its first location in the Sun City in June!
The iconic restaurant known for its fresh Mexican food, fresh lime squeezed margaritas and quirky environment will open its doors at the Fountains at Farah this summer.
For more than 30 years, Chuy’s has been known for its commitment to providing made from scratch Mexican cuisine using only the freshest ingredients. The menu includes hand-rolled tortillas cooked fresh all day on a traditional comal in the dining room and salsa fresca made every hour. It also showcases dishes made from authentic recipes found in South Texas, New Mexico and Mexican border towns such as El Paso. Chuy’s serves up homemade sauces, ranging from the mild Tomatillo Sauce to their spicy Hatch Green Chile sauce.
“We are thrilled to open our doors in El Paso,” said Fabian Alba, Area Supervisor for Chuy’s El Paso. “We’re looking forward to sharing the Chuy’s experience with El Pasoans and I’m positive this community will embrace our passion for food and our fun and eclectic style.”
Diners can expect a vibrant atmosphere complete with an Elvis Shrine, the La Chihuahua Bar featuring framed pictures of local dogs, a “school” of hand-carved wooden fish, metal palm trees and a hubcap-covered ceiling.
Chuy’s El Paso will be open seven days a week for lunch and dinner: from 11am to 10pm, Sunday through Thursday and 11am to 11pm, Friday and Saturday. On weekdays from 4pm to 7pm, the restaurant will offer up happy hour drink specials and the fully-loaded nacho car, an unlimited build-your-own nacho station with free chips, salsa, queso, ground sirloin and more.
The opening of Chuy’s at The Fountains at Farah will happen in June of 2015.