This architectural gem earned its unusual name when Isleta Pueblo governor, Pablo Abeita, suggested KiMo, which means ... More
This architectural gem earned its unusual name when Isleta Pueblo governor, Pablo Abeita, suggested KiMo, which means "king of its kind" The theater's pueblo/deco architectural style and lavish interior murals make it a true picture palace. Built in 1927 it was one of the main stopping centers during the glory days of Route 66 (Central Avenue). Young entertainers who graced its stage included the likes of Vivian Vance, Gloria Swanson, Tom Mix and Ginger Rogers. The KiMo seats 700 comfortably with an orchestra pit for 30-40 musicians.
If you are in the Nob Hill neighbourhood, drop in to this energetic spot for a latte or the house
pasta. Soup, salads and daily specials like quiche, pot pies and various blue plate specials populate the menu. Order ...
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 ...
For good cheer, good libations and good food go to this popular, neighborhood bar and grill. Folks from nearby UNM,
hospitals and doctors offices frequent this place to watch Monday Night Football, the playoffs, or weekend afternoons of car ...