High Noon Restaurant and Saloon
Cuisine: American, Fusion, Southwestern
Price Range: $$
Housed in a 250 old adobe on the north side of Old Town Albuquerque, the High Noon restaurant has been serving great food for 38 years. Upon entering this special place dating back to 1785, you'll... Read More
Housed in a 250 old adobe on the north side of Old Town Albuquerque, the High Noon restaurant has been serving great food for 38 years. Upon entering this special place dating back to 1785, you'll find a cozy bar lounge with southwestern santos placed in niches and further back, two different dining rooms, one with large adobe booths perfect for a romantic date or a dinner with friends. Coined the "Original Old Town Steakhouse," High Noon definitely knows how to make great steaks and serve them in a most appealing way. For starters, try the kobe beef sliders or red chile beef bites. For an entree, choose from New Mexican or more traditional favorites, such as the blue corn enchiladas or the bourban roasted chicken. They've also added wild game to the menu. Green chile cheeseburgers tempt the more casual palate and enticing seafood dishes are available, but the star on the menu is definitely their steaks. The desserts are over the top and the bar stocks over 30 tequilas for those diehard New Mexicans who love their margaritas or straight shots.
- Best Restaurants: "Check out the santo room and enjoy a stroll around Albuquerque's Old Town after your meal."
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: This fine-dining restaurant in Old Town is housed in a cozy, historic building and serves one of the best steaks in New Mexico.