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11904 Diego Rivera Dr
El Paso, TX 79936
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Premier Businesses in El Paso, TX

JNA General Construction LLC
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Area Iron & Steel Works, Inc.
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Wee Wisdom Daycare & Academic Center
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Meridian Medical Supply Inc.
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Things To Do in El Paso, TX

International Bar International Bar

Nestled in the heart of downtown El Paso, INTL, also known as International Bar, offers a casual and inviting ambiance for cocktail enthusiasts. The moment you step in, you'll be greeted with a stunning view of San Jacinto Plaza, which sets the perfect backdrop for a memorable evening. The bar comes alive as night falls, and its rooftop patio becomes a hotspot for those looking to unwind and have a great time. With talented DJs spinning tunes and mixing beats, the party atmosphere is infectious, and the energy is palpable. The expertly crafted cocktails delight the senses, with every sip taking you on a journey of unique flavors and aromas. And if you're feeling peckish, the bar also serves delicious food that pairs perfectly with your drink. Whether you're a local or a visitor, INTL is the place to be for an unforgettable night out in El Paso.

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International Museum of Art International Museum of Art

El Paso has a must-visit spot on its list: the International Museum of Art, located in the city's historic Rio Grande District. The Museum is in a Victorian-style mansion designed and completed in the early 1900s. Its humble beginnings can be traced back to 1925 when the first display cases showcased a collection of books, pottery, tapestries, and other unique items. Over time, the International Museum became a center for women's contributions to the war effort. It also began displaying more eclectic items such as mineral samples, clothing, and pottery. Eventually, the Museum became home to the priceless Kress Collection of Fine Art. Today, the International Association for the Visual Arts operates the International Museum, which houses collections worldwide.

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