The Artichoke Cafe was reopened in 1989 by Pat and Terry Keene. Pat, who was formally trained in New York City, is executive chef and Terry has 30 ... More
The Artichoke Cafe was reopened in 1989 by Pat and Terry Keene. Pat, who was formally trained in New York City, is executive chef and Terry has 30 years experience in restaurant management. Their dedication to the best in food, wine, and service has made this 120 seat restaurant one of Albuquerque's finest dining spots. Its downtown location on Route 66 in the Historic Huning Highland/EDO District, cozy modern decor and rotating art exhibits add panache and charm to its ambience. The food is a mix of French, Italian, and creative American, using only the finest ingredients.
Located on historic Route 66, this diner offers a small selection of some of the best New Mexican fare to
be found in Albuquerque. This is a lively place that is always busy around lunch time. With a classic ...
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 ...
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 ...