Welcome To The Plaza Pioneer Park In El Paso, Texas
El Paso is a burgeoning city in West Texas on the Rio Grande. It borders Mexico and New Mexico, and it has been named as one of the “safest cities in America” for the past three years. El Paso is also proud to host one of the coveted Kress Collections, and the lively artists community draws the culturally inclined as a first stop before venturing to Marfa, Texas.
The Plaza Pioneer Park is located in downtown El Paso within the Arts District also known as Las Plazas. With the Rio Grande sustaining prosperous growth, the area dates back to the founding of the city, and today, it is also the location for the El Paso Museum of Art, San Jacinto Plaza, Plaza Theatre, Judson F. Williams Convention Center, Abraham Chavez Theatre, and Southwest University Park.
Whatever your preference, you can find it all in and around El Paso.
More than downtown El Paso’s newest dining destination, Ámbar Restaurante also reveals a culinary narrative that mixes Mexican cultures, traditions, centuries-old-ingredients, and modern presentations.
Conveniently located on the lobby level of The Plaza Hotel Pioneer Park, the open-kitchen concept lends itself to a spectacular dining experience where flames dance over open wood grills and meals are designed to be shared. Heirloom corn masa, handmade tortillas, whole animal asado, and fresh ceviches express the culmination of heritage and progress.