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Had a nice experience. I only tried the margaritas and had a good time. The bar is full of memorabilia and it looks like is consider a National Patrimony since they have a special security officer at this place. The place is clean and the...More
Where the margarita was originated! We asked the server if it was true and he gave us a mini history lesson and even showed us photos and an old news paper. REGARDLESS, this place has really cheap food and drinks but are still great quality....More
For historical nostalgia, take a quick visit to the Kentucky Club and order up their original margaritas. Check out the beautiful carved bar, came all the way from Europe when the club was being built.
The place has been rode hard and put up wet...More
Heard from others that this place cant be missed. Why wouldn't anyone not stop at a famous margarita drink place? Wait staff was great, bar food was devoured and the mariachi band was very festive. Overall we laughed a lot!
On my way to Juárez, my uber driver recommended I visit the “World Famous Kentucky Club”. So after walking around and shopping in town my friends and We stopped there to eat. Once inside you are greeted with smiles from a server. I walked around...More
If you are not from the lovely area of Ciudad Juarez and are looking for an unique historical place Kentucky Club is the place to be. It is close to the border and one of the most important things, the area is relatively safe. The...More
We have been visiting The Kentucky for several years. The food is very good, if you enjoy pub style. The menu for liquor is varied; The Kentucky will serve an entire bottle of liquor to your table! The service is excellent; the atmosphere is friendly...More
We visited this establishment during the early afternoon on a weekday in June for the purposes of escaping the blast furnace type heat, so other reviews might be different. The server was very attentive and informative. He explained the history of the place and answered...More
A step back in history to the Prohibition days. This was a popular place when drinking was not allowed in the States. The Tacos were exceptionally good. Atmosphere was pleasant. Drinks were cheap. Margaritas ok not extra ordinary.
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Use the Santa Fe bridge. It's located in Downtown El Paso, Tx. You can park you vehicle in El Paso, Tx and walk to CD. Juárez, México. The Kentucky Club is about two blocks from the Santa Fe Bridge. Located in Ave. Benito... More
Use the Santa Fe bridge. It's located in Downtown El Paso, Tx. You can park you vehicle in El Paso, Tx and walk to CD. Juárez, México. The Kentucky Club is about two blocks from the Santa Fe Bridge. Located in Ave. Benito Juárez 643 with the crossing street Calle Tlaxcala. You need your passport to come back to the American side and some change to pay in the crossing booth. The Kentucky Club have a security guard at all times. The area is pretty safe.
(Normally people pay $5 dollars to park in the downtown in El Paso if they are going to Juárez for a day but also there's parking meters that charge per hour if you don't need parking for an entire day)