El Paso, TX 79901
Located in the historic Mills Building in the heart of Downtown El Paso and next to the famous Plaza Theatre, Anson11 offers delicious American Bistro dishes paired with exquisite wine and great customer service. Our first floor Bistro has a more casual bar scene and offers a variety of entrees, salads, sandwiches and flatbreads. Enjoy fine dining on our second floor which offers a more intimate and upscale experience where each dish is both familiar yet completely new in the way its flavor arouses the palate. From Prime steaks to fresh seafood flown in fresh daily, Anson11 is not just a restaurant but an entire experience.
Contemporary American, Steakhouse, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Bistro (First floor)
Sunday-Thursday 11:00am-10:00pm/ Friday-Saturday 11:00am-11:00pm
Fine Dining (Second Floor)
Monday-Thursday 5:00pm-10:00pm/Friday's-Saturday 5:00pm-11:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We are able to validate parking for Anson11 customers, provided there are no special events downtown, in which case the parking lots have special event rates.
Private Party Facilities:
No matter if it’s a quaint dinner for 8 of your closest friends, or a banquet for 100 of your co-workers, Anson11 would love to be the venue for your next big celebration.
If you or your organization would like to reserve a date for an event, we would be pleased to sit down with you to make sure every detail is covered. It’s not what we do, it’s how we live.
Private Party Contact:
Ileana Martinez: (915) 504-6407
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Chef's Table, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Anson11 Ratings and Reviews
We were celebrating our anniversary with a nice dinner in the Bistro area.
The music level is a bit high for my liking, but still enjoyable to have a conversation and not be shouting.
The service was great, the food (Scottish Salmon and Oven Roasted Chicken) were delicious.
My boyfriend and I celebrated our 3 years last Saturday. It was our first time for the fine dinning experience. We had the 7 course meal, along with two cocktails each. Each bit was a insane. It was culinary art at its best! We enjoyed every bite! The cocktails were in point! I had the jalapeño cilantro margarita, actually had two because I thought it was delicious. I don't remember our servers name but he did a wonderful job! 5 stars! Outstanding!
The wine list was lacking, I understand you want product to rotate but unacceptable for fine dining. It's one of the newest fine dining in El Paso, but some more seasoned FD establishments already do it right, and dare I say better? Can't recommend A11, maybe it just wasn't for me, but for my FD needs I'll be dining elsewhere. Give it a try, maybe I missed something.
Though I will say this, the ground floor bistro area offers (not their sandwiches of course) food with as much flavor as their 1st floor counterparts at a reasonable price. Stay their instead.
Hope to be able to write a review regarding the food and service, but not this time. After making a reservation 4 days in advance through Open Table (received confirmation and reminder), the restaurant called an hour prior to our reservation and said they couldn't accommodate the reservation made at 4pm (an hour before the phone call). When I explained I had made the reservation days ago they immediately rescinded and said they would accommodate us. I should have known better as there was a Broadway show at the theater...which we were going to like most other diners that night. We arrived to find many others in the same situation - reservation made through Open Table, but restaurant had no reservation. The hostess kept telling us it would be soon, but 50 minutes later we were still waiting. We finally made the decision to leave as we needed to eat (husband is diabetic) and get to the theater before show started. We were HUGELY disappointed as we have heard many wonderful things about Anson11 and we were also celebrating our wedding anniversary. Yes, we understood but crummy to have such expectations for a nice evening to be spoiled. Best thing would have been for the hostess (or maybe even better the manager...who spoke to NO ONE) tell us "sorry" and invite/encourage us to come back at another time. Lesson learned eat somewhere else (many restaurants on Mesa Street or at home) on theater nights.
Unfortunately won't be back!. Our reservations were at 6 and we were never seated with a play to attend at 7:30 at the Plaza Theater. There was a line with others waiting and the poor hostess was doing her best to accommodate. We had not eaten prior, had already paid for parking in the garage and stayed because we thought it would be "any minute". Ended up seating ourselves at the bar about 6:50 p.m. and the bartender was nice enough to put a rush on our appetizers which was all we could order based on short time available. Appetizers were okay, food allergy to most of the shell fish items so options were limited. It could have been nice but was not so much!
My partner and I had a date at the Anson 11 Bistro. I've been here several times with a date and we would always have a great experience. But this time it was not a good experience! First of all they had booked two parties that were about 12 to 24 people. It is a "Bistro" NOT a "Banquet Hall"! The large group should have been booked at the Anson 11 Restaurant. In addition, the music was so loud, sitting right next to my date we could barely hear each other. Not very intimate "bistro" which we went here on our first date to have a great meal and talk to get to know each other. I was wondering where the dance floor was since this went from a intimate bistro to a "disco" nightclub! I'll think about making reservations at Central Cafe next time.
Kitchen closes at 10 -- we made a reservation for a later than normal date night at 9 pm. When we walked in the staff seemed annoyed and we were not greeted very kindly. Reservation? Who cares... Someone walked us to our table without a word and almost no eye contact. Our server was lovely and made the experience nice. The steak came out way over seasoned and too spicy -- couldn't even taste the meat. The kitchen was very accommodating and brought out another one, no problem. If you want to enjoy a nice meal, go early, lest you feel like the bane of existence to most of the staff. The restaurant insists on itself very much, but overall experience was, meh.
Last night my husband, son and I went to Anson11 for my bday! I wanted to try a new fine dining restaurant and I can say the ambiance was nice. We were escorted from the door, on the elevator up stairs and to our table. However the food was very expensive for the portion of food we received. The taste of the food was mediocre. I tasted better at a 3 or 4 Star ⭐️ establishment. The dish below is something similar to the dish I had last night. The dish on the top right was pasta with ribeye (pappardelle) that was ordered for my son and tasted like basic beef stroganoff. I cant see myself going there again but the experience & customer service was good.
This place is one of El Paso's finest! I've been several times & they've not disappointed. The drinks are still good, though a bit on the chintzy side. The wine list is extensive, with choices from around the world and with (relatively) reasonable prices. The food, from first course to dessert, just never fails to impress. Not only is the food fresh in taste but also thrilling in the preparation as well as the presentation. The service can be uneven, this evening particularly so (server seemed more interested in the comfort of another table than providing us with even basic attention; long, long waits between dishes; incomplete check [the wine was not included]), but it was a quite busy (& noisy) night, which is something it had not been on previous visits. While it can be considered an expensive restaurant, the value is that I've had comparable dishes in other cities & paid much more than @ Anson 11, though I hope this doesn't encourage them to raise the prices ;-) I look forward to enjoying many more wonderful meals here.
I wish I remembered our waiters name but o do not. Great service, very attentive, extremely knowledgeable on May subjects as well as the good, and he was very personable. My step sister and I greatly enjoyed the evening. The. Igbo we went, there were only 3-4 diners in the restaurant; it was during the week right before Christmas.
The kitchen ran out of the fig and burrata salad which I promptly replaced with an order of the Tiradito. Perfect in taste, balance, presentation. Next, we had mussels and fries - excellent sauce - it makes the dish. Next up was the red snapper entrée, the roasted chicken, and the pasta du jour. Lovely and tasty.
Terrible service, good but not great food. My husband, son and I decided to have a special meal together as we were in town visiting our son. On arrival, several tables were open, but we were shown to a large table set for three (the chairs were placed evenly around the table & were so far apart we had to move our place settings and chairs together to be able to hear each other) near the computer station and near a table set for a large party. I asked if we might have the table next to ours, a smaller one by a window set for four a little father from the party table, but we were curtly told that table was reserved for someone else. If we had received even decent service we would have been finished long before the other party arrived; as it was they arrived shortly before we left. After being seated, we sat and sat and sat. Finally someone took our drink orders and gave us menus. In the meantime, the large party was seated, brought drinks, menus and bread. We continued to wait. We asked for some bread, as we were hungry, but none came; however, the large party received seconds on bread. Finally our orders were taken. Finally some bread came after at least 30 min. Our food was served fairly quickly; it was good but not great - it certainly did not merit the very high prices. My scallops came to the table cold; I guess this place never heard of heating the plates. After finishing our dinners our waiter asked if we wanted dessert, which we did not. He then tried to pressure us into buying more drinks, which we declined, but my husband ordered coffee. When the coffee was delivered he again tried to pressure us into ordering more drinks. I have never had a waiter do that - it was absolutely uncouth and bizarre behavior. My husband and I eat out frequently and are used to fine dining at expensive restaurants. This was expensive, but the experience was far from fine - it was fairly miserable. We will not be returning. El Paso has better options.
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