Centennial Club in El Paso, TX

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1. Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Garden

500 W University AveEl Paso, TX 79968

(915) 747-5565

2. Centennial Insurance Brokers

101 La Tuna AveCanutillo, TX 79835

(915) 243-7055
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Helpful Reviews 
Wing Daddys
Cynthia A. rated

I waited for 15 minutes and watched as the surrounding tables got serviced and we got ignored never will go back to this location

Logan's Roadhouse
Charles G. rated

Service was very good! Salads were great, Pork Chop was very salty and mashed potatoes not great. Sweet Potato was good.I remember a time when you had to wait an hour to get in but I think the lack of a crowd on July 4th indicates they need to revamp their menu and food quality!

YWCA
Rao G. rated

A friend's son who was a toddler was beaten and pinched by his teacher. Police got involved and the teacher was not replaced. Ugly place!

Ripe Eatery & Market
Hector M. rated

This place just knocks it out of the ball park.Awesome contemporary naturally healthy food.My salmon was the best I've ever had and the Brussels sprouts in a complex lime citrus based juice were absolutely delicious. Please leave some for me.

Wing Daddy's
Crystal T. rated

Very Disappointed!! Beer was warm, chips were stale, asked for more chips for my queso and was charged $2 . Fries were cold as usual. Kids burger tasted bad. Will never be going back.

Village Inn
carmen.l.gonzales.7 rated

The food is good but cooks have trouble cooking over medium eggs either I or my husband get our eggs over cooked and it seems like the waitress had attitude because we sent them back. We went on a slow day on the 4th and they had a few of the servers wrapping silverware but some were wearing gloves and about 3 of them didn't. I feel they should all wreswear gloves when wrapping silverware! The bathroom needed toilet paper and they were dirty

Applebee's
L C. rated

Horrible. She just waited on one specific table. After waiting 40 minutes we finally got our food, but still no water so we reminded her again and asked for to go cups and a straw, finally she brings us our drinks in glasswear with no straws after we paid the bill. I told her we already paid (that machine on the table gave her a tip even though i said 0) and we're leaving plus there isn't a straw. On our way out the door she brings me a straw with a smirk on her face. It's a simple job, I did it as a teen, how is it so hard for them.

Village Inn
Hernandez shoe box F. rated

They need to improve on the mexican food. Their prices are way too high and service is ok. I would like to suggest that they offer Seniors more of a soft food variety. My mom loves steak, chicken, broccoli, but cant really chew anymore. Couldnt the restaurants offer a grinded food menu or food that is soft but shaped like chicken or steak or meatloaf. Hospitals do it. It would probably bring in more senior patrons. Bring down the Senior prices. After all, many Seniors have few pleasures and few dollars.