I have heard good things about this place so I finally decided to try it, I wasnt all that impressed, it was no different than any other cafe out there. It is over-hyped for sure.
The service was descent and I had an eyelash on my pickle.
one of the worst dinning experiences i've ever had, not once but three seperate times the food is bad the service was worse, the only other resturant that is worse then the range is the Coronado Cantina
I absolutely love the Range Cafe. Every time I come back home this is the first place to dine on my list. I cannot come back without coming to the Range at least once. The Kitchen Sink Omlette is fabulous and shouldn't be missed! The ambiance is colorful and eclectic...the food is varied and always presented in an appealing manner. This is the ONLY place I can drink coffee black..their pinon rost is great.
The Range is kind of an old stand-by for us. We eat there frequently, whether in Bernalillo or Albuquerque. My favorite is the Burrito with sauteed vegetables. It's good every time. Unfortunately, something about The Range gives my wife and I . . . well, digestive difficulties. Not enough to keep us from returning, but we're not alone on that front. Be aware. However, it seems that The Range is losing it's former allure. Nothing comes across to me anymore as great. Kind of sad, really.
Perched high on the ridgeline of the Sandia Mountains at 10,400 feet, the only way to reach this restaurant is
via the Sandia Peak Tramway. But do not let the remote setting fool you. This is one of the ...
Long recognized for serving some of the best barbecued brisket, ribs, chicken, and sausage in New Mexico, if not the
entire southwest, this chain restaurant is the perfect stop for anyone in search of sloppy comfort food. Its heightened ...
Church Street Cafe was built in 1706, making it the oldest house in Albuquerque and one of the oldest in
the country. The parlors and bedrooms that sheltered the Ruiz family for nearly three centuries are now dining rooms ...