Church Street Cafe was built in 1706, making it the oldest house in Albuquerque and one of the oldest in the country. The ... More
Church Street Cafe
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 where modern-day guests enjoy the finest in New Mexican cuisine. There is something here to please everyone, from red and green chilly to hamburgers, breakfast standards and hearty sandwiches.
The atmosphere was truly Old Town. The Grandmother who owns the restaurant is there all the and is truly Spanish. Maybe it was just us tourists, but we felt like we were eating in her casa. We were well treated by all the staff and these two Gringoes had all the help understanding Southwest cuisine we needed. If I moved to Albuquerque. I would eat there every day.I can't thank the Santo Domingan native who advised to go there enough.
We were in Albuquerque for a wedding and Church Street Cafe was recommended to us by locals. We had breakfast there our first morning in town and each morning thereafter. We also made it for dinner several times. Each visit we were seated promptly, the food was delicious and the service was unbeatable.
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