The temperature is kicking up, so why wouldn’t you enjoy the New Mexican heat on a patio with a glass of wine? I know I will, as my preferred winery of choice, D.H. Lescombes, has the best wines at the ready and a killer back patio.
The EatABQ team is always on the hunt for the best taco in the city, and we’ve done some area round-ups to help you with the search for the crunchy goodness. Deep in Westside Central holds some of Albuquerque’s household names. It may take some time driving over to grab a bite, but trust me, it’s well worth it.
If you haven’t heard of El Pinto by now, then I feel sorry for you. It seems like everyone who has lived in Albuquerque for the past 25 years has made their way down to the heavyweight Mexican establishment. I even hear tourists talk about it. Heck, the “Salsa Twins” Jim and John Thomas even […]
One of the more aesthetically pleasing places in town to eat, Seasons is my patio of choice for this summer.
A horde of children were free-styling their orders, customizing bags of cheetos, takis, and other salt-bombs in all manner of maniacal ways. Following the lead of the youth, I asked the staff for their most interesting top-sellers. They certainly steered me in a radical direction.
An old-school Albuquerque New Mexican classic is Cervantes Restaurant up near Kirtland Air Force Base. A spot where I’ve never had a bad experience—or a bad margarita. It’s a good time, with good hearty food and an atmosphere that creates a traditional N.M. feel. Cervantes is known for having some fantastic Cinco de Mayo specials […]
In the gorgeous area of Los Ranchos lies a quaint cantina containing one of the more well-known margaritas in Albuquerque. I’m not talking about any normal margarita; it’s actually an award-winning cocktail that El Bruno’s conceived. Of course, when I hear of an establishment that has been able to garner interest from the media on […]
It seems margaritas go hand-in-hand with New Mexicans and our cuisine. Finding a good margarita can be a challenge sometimes, the balance of sweet and sour and tequila is crucial. You don’t want your drink to taste overly tart—not too overpowered. You want a crisp, refreshing drink—and luckily, I found the ideal spot. Right across […]
If you haven’t been able to make your way over to the Sawmill Market yet, we’re giving you a reason to. One of the hottest places to grab food and drinks during and after the lockdowns, Sawmill Market is a food hall that has generated buzz since the idea came out to the public—and rightfully […]
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