The Albuquerque food landscape is as varied as its mixed heritage. The traditional New Mexican food is always popular and can be found in a variety of spots around town. Locals have their favorites, some being so nondescript on the outside, you would never know it to be such a popular place. Of course there are the many newer chains, but if you want some interesting ambience or surprising yumminess, peruse the following list for some new possibilities for your noon hour.
Find the tucked-away La Crepe Michel in Old Town for delicious crepes or salads. On Central Ave. (Route 66), stop in the Standard Diner and closer to Nob Hill, Il Vicino or Brasserie La Provence. In the Heights, the more casual bistro-like Savory Fare and the more elegant Savoy are perfect for a ladies luncheon and both have great patios. Read on for more delicious info on these favorites.
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