901 Rio Grande Boulevard Northwest Albuquerque, NM 87104
Stop in this lively, new cantina located in a quaint shopping plaza near historic Old Town. Many locals meet here for happy hour featuring a great selection of Mexican and other imported beers plus tasty margaritas. You will not be sorry if you order the Beef Fajitas. The menu offers mouthwatering items such as Butterfly Shrimp. Roving Mariachis serenade guests inside and out on the patio during Friday night happy hour. The kitchen closes for the day at 9p.
3401 Candelaria Road North East Albuquerque, NM 87107
This eatery is bright, clean and contemporary and displays a huge variety of nostalgic, metal signs on the walls. The deli sandwiches are made with a choice of a variety of breads and feature savory hot pastrami, chicken, sliced turkey, green chili, hot prime roast beef, provolone and corned beef. The grilled chicken salads sell for around USD6 and are served-up in a huge salad bowl with croutons and delicious pieces of chicken. The breakfasts are very popular with the nearby business districts and boast the Biggest Breakfast Burrito in town.
Dos Hermanos offers some of the best Southwestern family cooking in the area. Kick off your meal with their popular Green Chile Stew, or try a Tamale Plate with choice of Enchiladas or Tacos and Beans and Rice. The burritos can be made with carne adovada or shredded roast beef and is accompanied by beans and rice. The Empanadas, Biscochitos or the sweet tamales are a great way to punctuate your meal. Catering is available for parties and business luncheons.
The original Owl Cafe was born 150 miles south of Albuquerque and grew in popularity among desert travelers and nuclear scientists on their way to, or through, White Sands Missile Range. The Albuquerque location was built in the early 1990s to resemble a 1950s-era diner. Although the atmosphere is decidedly different from the original cafe, the cheeseburgers are the same and they were. Add the onion twirls and you will have more than a meal. Daily Blue Plate Specials are for sale. Homemade cakes, cookies and pies are available, but few customers have room left.
4500 Central Avenue Southeast Albuquerque, NM 87108
Everything is good at this comfortable, spacious long-standing favorite of locals. Start with the red or green chili made from an old family recipe. House suggestions are delicious with home-cooked dinners like fried chicken, roast beef, or chicken fried steak. The hamburgers are big and juicy and the Sandwich Board offers a variety of sandwiches served with choice of cottage cheese, potato salad or fries. This place is friendly, fast and affordable, plus easy to find.
2321 Carlisle Boulevard North East Albuquerque, NM 87110
This is bare-bones Texas barbecue, complete with picnic tables and plastic checkered red and white table cloths. Fresh bread is baked daily along with dishes like green chili stew, and Rudy's signature creamed corn. Your barbecue entrees come served on white butcher paper and range from the Barbecue Beef Sandwich, to the Combination Platter of sausage, chicken and beef ribs. The country store offers goodies like ice cream, candy and sodas.
Saggios is a family-owned and operated pizzeria with an upbeat atmosphere. Massive pillars preside over booths and the front and side-panel of a Mercedes Benz serves as a sidebar and soda fountain. Choose from gourmet pizzas big and flavorful calzones, tasty sandwiches, salads, pasta and desserts. Beer and wine is served and if you have a craving for something sweet, try a piece of cheesecake.
3301 Coors Boulevard Northwest Suite D Albuquerque, NM 87120
This restaurant features a great all-you-can-eat Italian Buffet. Order Sicilian-style pizza with your choice of toppings. Pasta entrees like Manicotti and Ziti Al Forno taste homemade. The antipasti and includes items such as Calamari Fritti and Affettati Misti. The restaurant is friendly, small and clean, with a Cappuccino bar. Beer and wine is sold here.
1605 Juan Tabo Boulevard North East Suite M Albuquerque, NM 87112
Ttry this place for good service in a clean and modern facility. You can take-out or dine-in on appetizers such as an egg roll or cup of Wonton or Egg-Drop soup. Lunch includes anything from Hot & Spicy Chicken Chow-Mien to Mongolian Beef. Everything on the dinner menu is good. Pan-fried noodles starting and fried rice for satisfy the hardiest appetite. The seafood is delicious and the Chefs Dinner Specials include any entrée from the a la carte menu.
1400 San Pedro Drive Northeast Albuquerque, NM 87110
This old country inn kitchen is one of those special finds for good food, pleasant surroundings, and reasonable prices. Cheerful waiters and waitresses serve excellent food in a light, airy setting but be prepared to wait in line on occasion. A lot of other people already know what a great place it is. This restaurant will remind you of the gingerbread houses and calico kitchens in the fairy tales you loved as a child. Choose from garden greens, old time favorites, specialty croissants and goodies galore for sandwiches, salads and desserts that brighten our already sunny days in New Mexico.
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