It's always happy hour when you consult your Spirit Guide. Your best friend for bar-hopping lets you in on the drink and food specials, tells you where the music is (and isn't) and helps you find the perfect spot. A great night out starts with Spirit Guide.
Antojitos La TiaHow many times have you driven past the little white food cart at Fourth Street and Griegos and thought, Is it worth stopping for? Without a doubt, the answer is yes. Have a seat at the picnic table in front and watch tia through a Plexiglas window as she rolls up tacos, burritos, quesadillas and gorditas with carne asada, pollo asado, picadillo (spiced, minced beef) chicharrones and lingua (meltingly tender tongue). Grab a communal bowl of salsa and become happily fed while making new friends. There are a few types of aguas frescas (fruit juices) to drink, and in the winter, ALT is one of the few places you can get champurrado (a hot chocolate-atole beverage) in Albuquerque. (Alibi Staff, August 11, 2010)
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