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Location: Albuquerque, NM
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Rafiki Kenyan Cuisine - Lomas and Washington 6 Replies

So I've noticed a new Kenyan restaurant has appeared along Lomas between Washington and Carlisle...I think they've been open about a month now but seem to have largely slipped under the foodie radar.…Continue

Started by Phil_0. Last reply by AM Jun 27.

Join Sen. Keller & New Mexico advocates in toasting community-led senate actions!

$10 at the door for 1 pint ticket or $25 for 3 pint tickets!You can purchase tickets in advance or contribute in regrets here:…Continue

Tags: district, brewery, beer

Started by Alan Packman May 14.

YAHOO Meet-up for ABQ ADD/ADHD Support Group

Hello Friends,We are a monthly Albuquerque Support Group made up of a coalition of professionals.Our mission is to provide support for individuals dealing with ADHD and ADD who find themselves in a…Continue

Started by Jade Rivera Jan 1.

albuquerque new mexican food, back to the drawing board 14 Replies

Forty years ago, my favorite was Mexican Kitchen on North 4th for stuffed sopaipillas.  It was a tiny, one room building and the whole family worked there.  Often got waited on by a 12 year old…Continue

Started by JMG. Last reply by Jen Nov 20, 2013.

Giving Back never tasted soo good

Since our opening in November of 2012 we at Bistronomy B2B have been invested in our community.  Mainly known for our burgers and awesome local beer selection we are gradually working at spreading…Continue

Started by Bistronomy B2B Nov 19, 2013.

Giving Back Sundays

Since our opening in November of 2012 we at Bistronomy B2B have been invested in our community.  Mainly known for our burgers and awesome local beer selection we are gradually working at spreading…Continue

Started by Bistronomy B2B Nov 19, 2013.

Patricia's New Mexican cafe? 1 Reply

Saw a good review of this and wondered if anyone has tried it.  I have been disappointed by all my past favorite NM restaurants lately and again trying new places. Continue

Started by JMG. Last reply by Ron Da Bomb Nov 19, 2013.

New Sushi coming: 4th and Montana 2 Replies

It's supposed to open on July 1st; Sushi Loka.  Sushi, fresh juice, organic salads, stuff like that.  Overheard somebody talking about it.Continue

Started by JMG. Last reply by JMG Nov 18, 2013.

New Jewish Deli in Nob Hill?? 29 Replies

Whenever people talk about cuisines that are missing from the Albuquerque food scene, a good, traditional NY-style deli is always near the top of the list (on my personal list, it probably comes…Continue

Tags: NobHill, lox, bagel, Jewish, deli

Started by Phil_0. Last reply by Noel Savage Sep 20, 2013.

Another "best of" question: Huevos Rancheros 25 Replies

. . . and, go!Continue

Tags: dishes, chile, egg, of, best

Started by Andrea Lin. Last reply by LR Jun 5, 2013.

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Comment by Instituto Cervantes Albuquerque on August 23, 2012 at 2:42pm

Don't miss the opportunity to attend the incredible theatre performance based on an intense love story:

Kulunka: André & Dorine

September 31 - August 1

7:30pm

Journal Theatre (National Hispanic Cultural center)

Please join us to experience this beatiful love story!!!!

Comment by Tim Keller on June 11, 2012 at 8:12am

really enjoying our awesome new restaurant in the International District, frito pie, posole year round, breakfast burritos and more, check it out. https://www.facebook.com/TiaBettyBlues

Comment by Phunque1 on October 20, 2011 at 10:22pm

Is Albuquerque finally experiencing the third wave?

Restaurant wave #1 = same old standby places that have always been around.

Restaurant wave #2 = Here come the franchise and corporate concepts

Restaurant wave #3 = We have seen all that now bring on the specialty independent.

Example: Petit Luis, Lush Cafe, The Grove, Slate Street Cafe, Street Food Asia, Roses Table Cafe, Cafe Giuseppe, The Guava Tree, Pasion Latin Fusion, Nicky V's, Torino's, Cafe Bella Coffee etc...

Comment by cnorborg on October 11, 2011 at 12:34pm
I think Chipotle originated in Denver, not too far away.  I like that they try and use all meat and dairy without hormones or antibiotics - I think they've succeeded with everything but beef.  Naturally raised in fields vs. in pens.  Organic veggies and all.  Still @ a decent price for what you get and tastes awesome...    Taco Bell / Del Taco aren't even in the same ballpark to Chipotle in my mind...
Comment by Phunque1 on October 11, 2011 at 11:49am

Chiptole? Do we really need another burrito option in our area. Much less a "California mission style" corporate concept that sends cash out of state to the corporate office. Although... the Taco Bells do a great business here. Chipotle = food for the "sheeple"? my 2 cents.

 

Comment by cnorborg on October 11, 2011 at 9:01am
Heard today the construction site on Menaul and Louisiana has a sign saying its going to be a "Chipotle"!!  Yea!!
Comment by Noel Savage on September 23, 2011 at 4:28pm

Hey Mike,

Finally figured out how to "create a discussion" and moved my Street Food Asia comment there. I hadn't seen your post. Wish I had ...

Comment by Mike Horrell on September 23, 2011 at 4:24pm

I panned it heavily a few months ago here and on Urban Spoon and I'd have to say that some of the later, positive "reviews" smell of shilling... far too effusive to be real.

I think the place isn't worth bothering with.

 

 

 

 

Comment by ABQ Uptown Growers Market on August 26, 2011 at 12:24pm

There is more than great produce at the ABQ Uptown Grower's Market!  We have some incredible local businesses producing local food that is ready to take home and eat!  Try Tio Frank's red and green chile sauce (the green is very good but the red is the best I have had anywhere), Beals Salsa with the freshest local ingredients possible, AlbuKirky Seasonings with spice rub and BBQ sauce that my 20 something sons declaired better than Rudy's, fresh breads and pastries and a new addition tomorrow of Dessert Divas- the queen of lucious desserts!

Come on by the Market Saturdays and Tuesdays 7 am until noon in the ABQ Uptown Shopping Center NE parking lot, 1 block east of Louisiana on Indian School then north on Uptown Blvd 1 block north of Trader Joes.

Live music tomorrow morning starting at 8:30 am with Spankey Lee!  Plenty of free parking and easy access for the whole family!

Comment by Norio Hayakawa on August 16, 2011 at 8:36pm

Absolutely great pho, now being served at Cafe Trang Pho Bar in Rio Rancho.  Now we don't have to drive all the way to Albuquerque's Central and Louisiana to get a bowl of great pho.

We have it now here in Rio Rancho, on Southern Blvd.!!

 

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