Albuquerque

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Cafe
Huning Highland Historic District
7 reviews
The Grove looks like a cross between an airy art gallery and a country farmhouse---and it serves food to match, at once artisanal, local and largely organic. — Gayot
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Italian
4 reviews
Between sunshine-colored walls and under an arched ceiling, this restaurant serves sophisticated flavors just steps from Old Town. — Frommer's
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Cafe
Downtown
4 reviews
The quintessential twenty-first-century neighborhood eatery: charming, artsy and eclectic. — Gayot
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Italian
Huning Highland Historic District
3 reviews
This burnished café continues to put the art in artichoke with its New American cuisine. — Gayot
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Mexican
4 reviews
This expanded Old Town lunch counter with a dozen tables and a tiny patio just might serve the best tortillas in town. — Fodor's
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Cafe
3 reviews
The Flying Star Cafe makes good on its promise of uptown food with down-home ingredients. — Frommer's
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Cafe
West Old Town
3 reviews
Set in an early 1700s hacienda, this restaurant serves delicious breakfasts and good sandwiches and New Mexican food, but you'll have to bring along patience as your dining partner. — Frommer's
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American
5 reviews
Every college town has one --- a cheerfully shabby diner near campus that generations of students have called home. — Gayot
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American
West Old Town
4 reviews
An apt name for a bastion of old-school elegance. — Gayot
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American
Raynolds Addition
2 reviews
Set on the top floor of the Sandia Resort & Casino, this fine dining restaurant offers impressive views and delicious food, with a hint of Native America. — Frommer's
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Bakeries
3 reviews
Known for two things: the ability to custom-design and bake artful breads in the likeness of just about any person or place, and hearty green-chile bread. — Fodor's
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Cafe
Near North Valley
3 reviews
The exemplary red chile (with or without beef) smothers just about everything here from omelets to tamales to the fresh-tasting chile rellenos; equally famed are the carne adovada. — Gayot
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Italian
Huning Highland Historic District
2 reviews
Artisanal pizzas topped with house-cured meats are the specialty of this East Downtown pizza joint, which also offers housemade pastas, salads and desserts plus beer and wine. — Zagat
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American
Near North Valley
2 reviews
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Italian
Nob Hill
2 reviews
Skip the pastas and go for the signature pies, like the ham-and-three-cheese Bianca, or make your own Southwestern-style with green chile and pine nuts. — Gayot
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American
Nob Hill
2 reviews
A snazzy spot in lower Nob Hill, fairly close to UNM, Zinc captures the essence of a San Francisco neighborhood bistro. — Fodor's
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American
Nob Hill
2 reviews
The dapper and nearly always packed Nob Hill Bar and Grill is a draw for its delicious modern takes on American classics. — Fodor's
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Burgers
Huning Highland Historic District
2 reviews
Set atop a former sanitarium, the Apothecary Lounge serves up small plates and a view that cure all ills. — Gayot
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American
2 reviews
This cafe on the main drag of Bernalillo, about 20 minutes north of Albuquerque, is a perfect place to stop on your way out of town. — Frommer's
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Mexican
2 reviews
Simply some of the best in New Mexico, with tasty sauces and large portions. I recommend the enchilada, either chicken or beef. — Frommer's
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