Horrible service. Waited 3 hours for a bad steak. Not coming back for any reason. The banquet room was too small and cramped. This was the management and cooks at fault.
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We try to enjoy a good steak whenever we visit El Paso, because they are so hard to find here in Vegas, even at the high end places. I had not been to The Edge of Texas in about 17 years, so we decided to...More
We ate here on a Sunday afternoon. Was about 3/4 full, perhaps slightly more, but in any case were some empty tables. Server slow to initially get to us, took our drink order, and so slow to return, 10 minutes or more. Placed our order...More
Located 20 minutes out of El Paso this was a surprisingly up-scale steak house that served southwest food. Steaks are large and cheaper than other up-scale steakhouses in El Paso. Nice atmosphere, good food, and good service. Worth the drive.
Stopped at the Edge of Texas for lunch and was very surprised. I wasnt expecting a very fancy nice place. The lunch specials are 10 dollars and i had a prime rib sandwich with fries and a drink. The sandwich was tender and juicy and...More
Did not seem like they had enough staff working for a Saturday night. The skewered shrimp were a lttlyntoo salty. The rice was scant, but tasty.
been here many times for birthday, anniversary and special occasion dinners. the steaks are fantastic. good sides. nice seating inside and good parking outside. steaks are really good. artwork from Mr. Bowen's adorns the walls.
First visit. I've driven by this restaurant over a dozen times. Kept saying I would go. Walking in seeing the white tablecloths and dark wood I was really hoping for a first rate streak. The server was very friendly & attentive. I ordered the filet,...More
I went 2 wks ago.Place sold to someone who has turned it into a mess. lousysteak,burnt enchilada. Attitude about not drinking. Tried the manager, he just smiled & lied. I know the potato salad & coleslaw were not homemade. I could have the same potato...More