Leo’s Mexican Food
Back in 1946 there were only three Mexican food restaurants in El Paso. Knowing this, Willie Terrazas and Leo Collins said, “What El Paso needs is another Mexican food restaurant,” and that’s when the brothers-in-law established their first Leo’s Mexican Food Restaurant. Over 68 years ago, Leo’s originated and first introduced the baked cheese enchiladas, the now famous sopaipillas served with honey as well as several combination plates. There are now three convenient restaurants including La Terraza. So, go taste the tradition at the Leo’s downtown and on the west side and at La Terraza on the east side of El Paso. Full bar at all locations.