This family owned and operated Greek Cafe has a refreshingly throwback look to it, harkening back to Route 66's glory days when Albuquerque was one of ... More
This family owned and operated Greek Cafe has a refreshingly throwback look to it, harkening back to Route 66's glory days when Albuquerque was one of the main stops. Located across from the University of New Mexico, it enjoys great local popularity, making long lunch lines the norm rather than the exception. Its gyros enjoy star-of-the-menu status, partly due to the homemade pita bread. The tiropitas and the spanakopita also come highly rated.
This restaurant on Yale is a comfortable, rustic eating stop frequented by many UNM Lobo fans on their way to
a football or basketball game. If you are with a group, share a platter of your choice of meat ...
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 ...
Located on a 14 acre oasis in the University/Midtown district, the Crowne Plaza Albuquerque hotel captures the unique flavor and
artistry of our great Southwest New Mexico hotel. Guest rooms are tastefully decorated and spacious with breathtaking views of ...