Foodies Rejoice! Popular Brunch Spot Crave Open Again After Fire
It's been almost three months since a fire forced Crave at the Fountains at Farah to close but they're finally reopening their doors.
When you think of great, locally-owned restaurants, Crave is one of the first places that comes to mind. And when you're looking for a great brunch spot, Crave is a must. With six locations across the city, there's always a Crave location near you. One of the most popular Crave locations was the Fountains at Farah restaurant in east El Paso. With plenty of shopping and entertainment in the area, the Crave location at the Fountains was always a hot spot for people to eat.
Sadly, in June that restaurant was damaged from a fire and the restaurant announced on their Facebook page they would close the location "until further notice."
The El Paso Fire Department reported that the fire broke out at 7:15 a.m. Tuesday in the kitchen of the restaurant. Firefighters were thankfully able to keep the fire contained to the kitchen and other parts of the restaurant weren't damaged.
Now three months later, Crave announced on their Facebook page that the renovations were complete and they were opening their doors again to restaurant patrons. The Fountains of Farah is located off I-10 at the Hawkins exit.
Crave is known for its Burger Tuesday promotion, where you can get a burger and fries for a discounted price. The promotion usually leads to long lines at certain locations of hungry burger fans wanting to enjoy a great deal.
Crave Kitchen and Bar is also known for its brunch menu and every weekend, there are plenty of hungry El Pasoans enjoying some of their delicious cuisines like their chorizo pancakes, whole hog scramble, green chile chicken and waffles, and more.
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