Solar for No Money Down
alibi.com
Alibi Bucks

restaurant


V.23 No.5 | 1/30/2014
Dorian Blanco

Restaurant Review

Comb Your Hair

Elaine’s is the real deal

By Gail Guengerich
Another fine dining option comes to Nob Hill.
Google Earth icon Map Icon
V.23 No.3 | 1/16/2014
The Rusty
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com

Restaurant Review

Hello Adieux

Taking bar food to the next level in the heart of Downtown

By Gail Guengerich
Effex Nightclub’s new offshoot provides late night eating in Downtown.
V.23 No.2 | 1/9/2014
Jackie Chan Special
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com

Restaurant Review

Chan Can Cook

And Chopstix Chinese Cuisine proves it

By Ari LeVaux
Ari LeVaux checks out Jackie Chan’s favorite Albuquerque restaurant.
Google Earth icon Map Icon
V.22 No.52 | 12/26/2013
Kung Pao chicken
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com

Restaurant Review

Kung Pao Tripitas

The mysterious Azteca Chinese

By Gail Guengerich
Gail Guengerich investigates an unusual culinary combo.
Google Earth icon Map Icon
V.22 No.51 | 12/19/2013
photos by Eric Williams ericwphoto.com

Restaurant Review

Back to the Daily Grind

An Albuquerque original resurfaces

By Ari LeVaux
One of Albuquerque’s favorite cafés changes locations and goes full service.
Google Earth icon Map Icon
PRINT | EMAIL |
V.22 No.49 |

news

The Daily Word in Mandela's death, bathroom surveillance and bad dirt

By Mark Lopez [ Fri Dec 6 2013 10:33 AM ]
The Daily Word

Nelson Mandela, the former president of South Africa, died yesterday at the age of 95.

It looks like Carrie Underwood struck gold (not really). Apparently, even though not everyone loved it, The Sound of Music was watched by many.

Over 100 people were left dead in Bangui, Central African Republic, due to political unrest between Muslim rebels and Christian citizens.

Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston has not been charged with rape.

Shaine Sherrill, who was shot by APD officers Sunday afternoon, did not have a gun. Apparently, Sherrill was suicidal and had said he wanted to be shot by police.

Just for future reference, when you use the wrong dirt … it might cause some setbacks.

Andrew Coppler faces up to nine years in prison after being convicted of second-degree murder for the death of his father.

A restaurant owner is facing some scrutiny for putting a surveillance camera in the men's bathroom. Yikes.

Add a Comment
PRINT | EMAIL |
V.22 No.47 |

Alibi Picks

Bluegrass in the Shade With the Adobe Brothers

By August March [ Sat Nov 30 2013 9:00 AM ]

A most excellent thing to do this weekend would be visiting with and having a listen to the Adobe Brothers, one of Burque’s most listenable combos. This goal can be readily accomplished by trucking on over to Shade Tree Custom Cycles and Café (3411 Central NE) tonight. The freewheeling Nob Hill grub-and-tire joint hosts a performance by Jacoby, Moby, Pierogi and Toby Adobe, starting 'round 7pm. The Brothers describe their music as “international bluegrass” in Americana form. While that's certainly a decent description of their output, the chops on these four gentlemen relatives—plus the awesome musical cred they carry around in their gig bags—are well worth the attention of local music aficionados. With over 200 numbers in their repertoire, you're bound to find some twangy tunes to get you onto the dance floor. Shade Tree is just up the road a ways from the Guild and across the street from some joint called Flying Star. Jump on in, 'cause the bluegrass is just fine. Shade Tree Custom Cycles and Cafe • Sat Nov 30 • 7pm • FREE • ALL-AGES! • View on Alibi calendar

Google Earth icon Map Icon
Add a Comment
V.22 No.47 | 11/21/2013
Latkas with sour cream and applesauce
photos by Eric Williams ericwphoto.com

Restaurant Review

Let’s Kugel

Nosh brings Jewish food to Burque

By Gail Guengerich
Jewish deli cuisine comes to Nob Hill.
Google Earth icon Map Icon
V.22 No.45 | 11/7/2013
The traditional Neapolitan oven must maintain a temperature of 905 F.
photos by Eric Williams ericwphoto.com

Restaurant Review

Thin Crust Lust

Enduring love for Neapolitan pizza at Amore

By Gail Guengerich
This pizza isn’t just good; it’s certified.
PRINT | EMAIL |
V.22 No.43 |

Alibi Picks

FemCity Connection Lunch

By Rebecca Gonzales [ Thu Oct 31 2013 4:00 PM ]

They say that good deals and great ideas happen over food, which is why a professional lunch can have many opportunities. FemCity Albuquerque will host author Jessica Eaves Mathews at a connection luncheon tomorrow at Savoy Bar and Grill (10601 Montgomery). At the event, Matthews will discuss her book, Wonder Women: How Western Women will Save the World, with the public and, true to the book’s mission, aims to empower and motivate local women. The book frankly discusses politics, the national debt and economic issues rooted in the customary approach to business. After a drawn out government shutdown and an only increasing national debt problem, maybe some practical local solutions and a change of mind would do the community a little good. The connection lunch begins at 11:30am. FemCity Albuquerque members can buy tickets for $45 and others can purchase them for $55. Tickets include an elegant lunch—complete with a glass of wine—and a raffle. For more information on the event or Femfessionals Albuquerque, visit femfessionals.com or FemCity Albuquerque's Facebook page. Savoy Bar and Grill • Fri Nov 1 • 11:30am • $45 for FemCity members, $55 for non-members • View on Alibi calendar

Google Earth icon Map Icon
Add a Comment
V.22 No.44 | 10/31/2013
Carne adovada plate
photos by Eric Williams ericwphoto.com

Restaurant Review

Red Chile Heaven

In a town filled with New Mexican options, Patricia’s is a cut above the rest

By Ty Bannerman
Ty Bannerman can’t get enough of the carne adovada at this tiny, easy-to-miss restaurant.
Google Earth icon Map Icon
PRINT | EMAIL |
V.22 No.41 |

Alibi Picks

Skull Candy at the Marigold & Harvest Festival

By Ty Bannerman [ Fri Oct 18 2013 1:00 PM ]

Dia de los Muertos is just around the corner, so you'd better get going on those sugar skulls if you want to properly honor the spirits of the departed. Lucky for you, this year's Marigold & Harvest Festival features a skull decorating workshop to help ensure that returning loved ones are well impressed by your beautiful ofrenda. While you're at the festival, you can also learn about composting, play games with the kiddos and watch the Decorated Bike Parade. Catch the free festivities at Farm & Table (8917 Fourth Street NW) tomorrow from 10am to 2pm. An autumnal good time is guaranteed. Farm & Table • Sat Oct 19 • 10am-2pm • FREE • ALL-AGES! • View on Alibi calendar

Google Earth icon Map Icon
Add a Comment
V.22 No.42 | 10/17/2013
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com

Restaurant Review

Bright Yellow Authenticity

Distinctly Mediterranean at Café Istanbul

By Ari LeVaux
A Mediterranean restaurant brings authentic middle-eastern food to Wyoming Boulevard.
Google Earth icon Map Icon
PRINT | EMAIL |
V.22 No.41 | 10/10/2013
http://pen-pixel.com/taxi/taxi.htm

dreams

Rowdy’s Dream Blog #316: Alone in Egypt

By Brutus De Cervantes [ Wed Oct 9 2013 11:39 AM ]

I am alone in Egypt, riding in a cab driven by Gopardo. We are driving through a heavy snowstorm. The streets are icy and the winds are howling. We come to a stop sign and merge onto a highway with a 60 percent grade. The one-lane road climbs straight up the side of a huge, pink and orange sandstone mountain. We are soon above the storm and climbing in a line of other cars past high, billowing clouds bathed in sunset colors. I can feel we are beginning to slow down and I worry that if we slow to a stop we’ll start to slip backwards. I voice my complaint to Gopardo. We finally arrive on top in a small village. I see the Mayor and another city official fishing by the road over a cliff. They get their lines tangled together and in their struggle to get them free, they both slip off their perches and dangle in the air, clinging to their poles. Outside on firm ground, I want to go into the hotel and get a room, but looking down I see that I have bare feet. I hope that my dad was able to retrieve my stuff for me from my last hotel room. Looking down again, I see that I am now wearing my crocks. He must have been successful. I enter a small Greek restaurant and sit down at a picnic table with G and her dad. The menu, when opened, contains small packets of dates and almonds wrapped in clear plastic. I see my co-worker, M, sitting on the floor. I hand him a menu. He explains he can’t be bothered with such small orders. The owner woman emerges from the kitchen carrying a large, cloth-wrapped bundle for him containing wheels of cheese and giant rounds of bread filled with layers of butter and olives.

Add a Comment
PRINT | EMAIL |
V.22 No.38 |

Alibi Picks

5th Annual Albuquerque International Festival

By Mark Lopez [ Fri Sep 27 2013 5:30 PM ]

The power of unity is enough to put a smile on anyone's face, or at least make them sigh with relief that confrontation was avoided. So it's no wonder that Albuquerque can bring people together to celebrate in a way that is not only befitting of the good time-loving Burqueños, but also something that brings a slice of the world right into our front yard, or in this case, Talin Market (88 Louisiana SE). The 5th Annual Albuquerque International Festival kicks off tomorrow, and the event will include such good treats and vibes, you'll wonder why people would leave the warmth of the desert and venture into the cold unknown. The event is free and will include everything from Native American rock to poetry, from ethnic food to jewelry and from karate demos to ribbon dancing. So spread the love and throw some international flavor into the local scene. Talin Market World Food Fare • Sat Sep 28 • 10am-5pm • FREE • ALL-AGES! • View on Alibi calendar

Google Earth icon Map Icon
Add a Comment
View desktop version