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Burger Boy

12019 State Hwy N 14 (East Mountains)
Cedar Crest NM 87008
(505) 281-3949
https://www.burgerboynm.com
Mon 7am-7pm Tues Closed Wed-Sat 7am-7pm Sun 8am-4pm (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: BreakfastLunchDinner
Nearby Theater: High Ridge (See Film Times)

3.77 rating (13 votes)
We haven't figured out the secret yet, but Burger Boy serves up the most delicious green chile cheeseburger you'll ever put in your mouth. Check out the buffalo burger or the tasty Frito pie. It’s worth the drive and the dough!

(Alibi Staff, August 11, 2010)

The Corn Maiden

1300 Tuyuna Trail (Santa Ana Pueblo)
Bernalillo NM 87004
(505) 867-1234
tamaya.hyatt.com
Wed-Sat: 5:30pm-9pm Closed Sunday, Monday & Tues (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: Dinner

4.25 rating (12 votes)
You’ll worry you’re lost the whole way out to the beautiful Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa, home of The Corn Maiden restaurant. The resort is a stone’s throw from Bernalillo but feels much, much farther from town. The views from the restaurant are unmatched (except by neighboring Prairie Star) and the luxurious Southwest ambience is stellar. Expect the food to be beautiful, too. Open until 10pm Tuesday through Saturday.

(Alibi Staff, August 11, 2010)

Guadalajara Grill

1384 Paseo Del Pueblo Sur (Taos)
#8
Taos NM 87571
(575) 751-0063
guadalajaragrilltaos.com
10:30am to 9pm every day. (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: LunchDinner

4 rating (1 vote)
This Mexican joint boasts an extensive seafood menu, but don’t let the lack of a nearby ocean scare you off. The food at Guadalajara is affordable, tasty and authentic, and the service is fast, leaving you with plenty of time and money to continue your journey through Taos. (Alibi Staff, October 23, 2013)

Largo Motel and Café

US 60 (Out of Town)
Quemado NM 87929
(575) 773-4686
Cuisine: American, Diner

5 rating (1 vote)
We’ll level with you. This isn’t a pretty place. In fact, right after you walk in and lay eyes on the stained wood paneling, the circa 1970s decor and the uneven floor, you might be tempted to walk right back out again. But don’t do it. The food at this tiny diner more than makes up for the weaknesses in atmosphere, especially the green chile cheeseburger which ranks among the best in New Mexico. (Alibi Staff, July 16, 2014)

The Luna Mansion

110 Main St. SW (Los Lunas)
Los Lunas NM 87031
(505)865-7333
www.lunamansion.com
Sun 10am-2:30pm, Tue-Sat 3:30-9pm (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: BrunchDinner

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If you ever really want to impress your date, take them to the Luna Mansion. The historical building was built as a gift from the Santa Fe Railway to the influencial Luna-Otero families. If you’re there for dinner, you can feast on the likes of oysters Rockefeller, prime rib, moonshine salad, king crab and Mansion mud pie. And don’t forget an excellent bottle of wine from one of the oldest wine cellars in New Mexico. If you’re there for brunch, try Sunshine on Brioche or Sol Luna banana foster French toast. (Alibi Staff, May 18, 2017)

Pie-O-Neer

US Highway 60 (Out of Town)
Pie Town NM 87827
575-772-2711
www.pie-o-neer.com
Cuisine: American, Dessert

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If you’re running a restaurant in Pie Town, N.M., there’s really only one thing you have to do well: bake a transcendently delicious pie. The ladies of the Pie-O-Neer have been meeting that expectation since 1998 and the proof is in the ... well, pie. A multitude of flavors are baked all day long, so pretty much any time you stop by you’re guaranteed a fresh-from-the-oven dessert, steaming and wafting forth a heavenly aroma. The crusts are perfect, the fruit is fresh, and the service is friendly. What more could you hope for in this out-of-the-way town whose very name promises no less? (Alibi Staff, July 16, 2014)

Ridgeback Cafe

38710 Highway 126 (Out of Town)
Jemez Springs NM 87025
575-829-3322
Cuisine: American

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The Ridgeback Cafe is a must-stop for those who want their trip to the mountains to include an edible sample of the local flora and fauna. The elk burger is a specialty here, as is the Fruits of the Forest pie, made with locally grown, seasonal ingredients. If you don’t want to eat the alpine wildlife, the menu also offers up less adventurous items like French dip sandwiches and red chile enchiladas. (Alibi Staff, September 12, 2013)