Alibi V.15 No.44 • Nov 2-8, 2006 

A Moveable Feast

Dìa de los Muertos en Albuquerque

You don't have to make it yourself to enjoy traditional Dia de los Muertos foods. Here's a sampling of local restaurants and bakeries where you can find two other traditional foods: pan de muerto and mole (pronounced mole-ay).

Pan de Muerto
(Call ahead to make sure they have some ready for you.)

Golden Crown Panaderia
1103 Mountain NW • 243-2424

Hector's Bakery
921 Old Coors SW • 352-9195

La Dolce Vita Bakery
4300 Lomas NE • 232-7023

Panaderia Parralense
600 Louisiana SE • 232-8204

Panaderia Zaragoza
1684 Pace NW • 341-9617

Pastelandia
139 Old Coors SW • 836-3933

Give Me Mole

Bandito Hideout
2128 Central SE • 242-5366
1119 Candelaria NW • 341-9564

El Norteno
6416 Zuni SE • 256-1431

El Sabor de Juarez
3527 Gibson SE • 265-3338

Salsas Grill
5109 Coors NW • 792-0399