Best of Burque Restaurants 2011
The filling foods hall of fame
Best Comfort Food
Frontier / Golden Pride BBQ, Chicken & RibsSee A.M.: Best Breakfast Burrito for contact information.
You know why they call it comfort food? Because it makes you feel good in your soul. We think it’s probably the green chile, but it could also be the tortillas, the sugar-drenched cinnamon buns or the fresh-squeezed orange juice, which somehow manages to always be the sweetest in the city.
2) Tie: The Cube, The Range Café
3) Tie: Flying Star Café, Slate Street Café
Taj MahalSee Around the World: Best Indian for contact information.
It’s like getting designer food at outlet prices. Taj Mahal’s lunch buffet never skimps on quality—serving you the same saag paneer and tandoori chicken you’ve come to depend on at dinnertime.
2) Rasoi: An Indian Kitchen
Best Greasy Spoon
FrontierSee A.M.: Best Breakfast Burrito for contact information.
Fast-moving lines, quick service and great food are the hallmarks of this Albuquerque joint. Drown your burrito or burger in the always-available green chile sauce—just a tad over medium hot.
2) Mannie’s Family Restaurant
3) Grandma’s K & I Diner
Weck'sSee A.M.: Best Pancakes for contact information.
Holy mother of calories! If you tallied up all the portions of food Weck’s heaps up in one day, we’re pretty sure it could sustain a third-world village through the drought season. It’s a medical fact: If you don’t get full here, you’re hiding an extra stomach somewhere.
3) Murphy’s Mule Barn
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Vamos a Leer Book Club at Bookworks
This month's selection is He Forgot to Say Goodbye by Benjamin Alire Saenz.
Kate and Billy's Medicine Show at Adobe Bar at the Historic Taos Inn
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