This restaurant is well known by local and national celebrities and politicians. A few years ago during one of President Clinton's visits to New ... More
This restaurant is well known by local and national celebrities and politicians. A few years ago during one of President Clinton's visits to New Mexico, he ordered enough take-out from here to make the national news. This is a family run business that began from a little storefront on 4th Street, and has blossomed into seven locations around town. Dine in or carry out, this is by far one of the choice New Mexican eateries around. The prices are inexpensive with the top entree going for about $7.
My wife and I started eating at Garcia's five years ago. Today we ate there for the last time. We have noticed a decline in service and food and no will give up on Garcia's. There are many other choises for us in town.
I love New Mexican food and if you love green chile stew this is a great place for it. The torrillas are great and the restraurant has alot of history. I look forward to going there each time I am in town.
I don't go to Albuquerque very often, but when I do, i go to Garcia's. My uncle used to work there, so the family always goes. They have great food, especially the menudo, and the people who work there are such lovely people!
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