Albuquerque Restaurants

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Restaurants in Albuquerque, New Mexico

66 Diner - A 1960's themed restaurant. People keep coming back because the food reminds them of times growing up, of the popular music of the 60's, talking about the Dimples, Boss Monkey, supreme service in turquoise skirts. 66 Diner offers a wider variety of food that will leave you wanting more!

Artichoke Cafe - For 20 years it has been our passion to deliver the best food, wine, and service and make the restaurant one of Albuquerque's finest dining spots. It is a sensibility that translates into a warm and robust menu and an extraordinary dining experience.

Church Street Cafe - Located in the Casa de Ruiz residence- one of the oldest structures in the state of New Mexico. Try our authentic Mexican food in this wonderful atmosphere! Be sure to include the Church Street Cafe in your itinerary when you next visit Albuquerque.

High Finance Restaurant and Tavern - It’s not just a meal, it’s an adventure. Escape the city and enjoy a unique dining experience atop Sandia Peak. The 2.7 mile tram ride takes you through several climate zones on your way to the restaurant. Dining at 10,378' in elevation with views of over 11,000 square miles is worth the trip in itself.

Java Joes - Java Joe’s is a quaint little neighborhood café. Java Joe’s features a delectable lunch menu including our giant sandwiches served with freshly prepared pasta salad or our famous homemade sweet potato chips. Fresh soups prepared everyday to compliment every palate.

La Crepe Michel - True french crepe cuisine. The only place to get authentic french fare in Old Town Albuquerque. The food is prepared with love and skill, and this treasure of a restaurant makes anyplace else in the city pale by comparison.

Ragin' Shrimp - A spicy restaurant featuring fresh, unique cuisine. Cajun dishes with a twist. Recently, spicy Jamaican and Indian sauces have also been added to the menu. Our menu also includes sandwiches, salads, and cajun specialties like jambalaya and gumbo.

Sandiago's Mexican Grill - This is truly a fun dining experience. The vibrant colors and Latin music playing in the background will put a smile on your face as you walk in the door. The best views in town are a bonus; Come for the homemade chips and salsa and stay for the creative coastal Mexican dishes. Meals are topped off with some of the best deserts in town.

Savoy Bar & Grill - In Old Town Albuquerque, the Seasons Rotisserie & Grill is a buzzing Albuquerque restaurant, minimally decorated in light woods and cool granite, perfect for an aromatic and casually elegant lunch or dinner. Try everything from Alaskan Halibut to Prime Rib. This food is for you!

Thai House - We invite you to enjoy a culinary experience that only the Thai House restaurant can give. Thais like their food highly spiced, especially curries and we invite you to give it a try!

The Ranchers Club of New Mexico - The Ranchers Club is an experience in dining that no visitor to the Land of Enchantment should miss. The only authentic grill in New Mexico that prepares the food on a Gridiron over a variety of aromatic wood embers such as Mesquite, Hickory, Sassafras and Apple. This grilling method imparts a unique and unusual flavor to the ample portions of meat, seafood, poultry and game.

Tucanos Brazilian Grill - Come to Tucanos Brazilian Grill, where a dining experience rich in flavor and heritage awaits you. The Brazilian tradition of grilling is a fusion of South American and European cultures. Our meats are tastefully seasoned and cooked on skewers over open-flame grills. The skewers are then brought to your table where sizzling portions are sliced onto your plate.