V.27 No.24 | 6/14/2018
Restaurant Review Seafood, but Not Evil SlapFish makes quality seafood from sustainable sources Hundreds of miles from the sea, SlapFish has sustainably sourced (and tasty) fish, reasonable prices and a staff that seems to like the place.
V.27 No.22 | 5/31/2018
Eric Williams Photography Restaurant Review Live a Little … or a Whole Lot Le Troquet serves French fare and fine wine As a special occasion, Le Troquet delivers, though at a cost. However, value-hounds can sniff out a first-rate meal that doesn't break the bank both at lunch or for a light supper.
V.27 No.19 | 5/10/2018
Eric Williams Photography Restaurant Review The Bar is Where It’s At Brixens makes fine drinks and casual fare for out-of-towners Brixens is one part dressed-up sports bar and one part standard American casual restaurant.
V.27 No.18 | 5/3/2018
Eric Williams Photography Restaurant Review The Kosmos is Big on Atmosphere New arts-forward restaurant serves local brews and tasty burgers In a busy Downtown dining scene, The Kosmos is a secret getaway. The menu is simple, and like the artists around them, seems to focus on doing whatever they do well.
V.27 No.17 | 4/26/2018
Eric Williams Photography Restaurant Review Charcuterie Joint Serves Fancy Fare Prices notwithstanding, Salt and Board’s food and drink is excellent If you love good food and drink, Salt and Board has both in spades, the star of the show being the charcuterie board featuring three cured meats and three cheeses.
V.27 No.11 | 3/15/2018
Eric Williams Photography Restaurant Review Warm and Fed in La Fonda del Bosque New restaurant at NHCC serves tasty Latin fusion La Fonda del Bosque is gorgeous inside, having the appearance of an upscale Mexican inn with a formal vibe. Its "Latin Fusion" cuisine makes for a hearty, nap-inducing lunch.
V.27 No.9 | 3/1/2018
Eric Williams Photography Restaurant Review New Indian Food on the Block Add Taste of India to your restaurant rotation At almost a year old, Taste of India is already a significant contribution to Albuquerque's dining landscape, and is poised to become another go-to for foodies.
V.27 No.8 | 2/22/2018
Eric Williams Photography Restaurant Review ¿Sí Se Puede? Yes, You Did! Bocadillos serves solid sammies Bocadillos, with its confluence of terrific eats, a charming and close-knit crew with deep interest in local teams and athletic talent, is poised once more to become another of Albuquerque’s downtown dining institutions.
V.27 No.7 | 2/15/2018
courtesy of The Bird Hot Pot Restaurant Review Hot Pot Finally Hits Albuquerque The Bird Hot Pot serves adventurous eats and cheap drafts The Bird Hot Pot is notable for being Albuquerque's first dedicated hot pot restaurant, where you dip raw ingredients into a boiling pot of broth on your dining table to cook them, then into a dipping sauce, and then into your mouth.
V.27 No.5 | 2/1/2018
Restaurant Review Got the Money, Honey? Level 5 has sublime food in posh setting If you’re prepared for a bit of sticker shock, find yourself a reason to go and devour some tasty new offerings alongside some breathtaking views of the city.
V.27 No.2 | 1/11/2018
Restaurant Review The Acre Makes Farm-to-Table Easy Buffalo wings and mac n’ cheese for the conscious eater The Acre is a farm-to-table restaurant that’s accessible, family-friendly and not astronomically priced. Let's hope they've truly found a formula to get the next generation of Burqueños to eat more sustainably and healthily.
V.26 No.52 | 12/28/2017
Restaurant Review New Cuisine for the New Year Jambo Café is a delicious new culinary opportunity If it’s Jambo Café’s intrigue and adventure that brings you in, it’ll be their refined menu that brings you back—turning gamble into tradition.