Alibi V.28 No.3 • Jan 17-23, 2019 
Duck wings and a brew make for a very happy hour

Restaurant Review

Drool-Worthy Deals in the Off Hours

Indigo Crow delivers satisfying small plates and sammies

Indigo Crow passes the off-hour reconnaissance test, suitable for a special occasion brunch with drinks or a fancy dinner for your favorite folks.
Troy Lowe and his many varieties of chocolate
Tina Deines

Made in the Neighborhood

Chocolate Cartel Keeps it Local

“High-quality dark chocolate” sets the shop apart

Chocolate Cartel specializes in locally-made high-quality dark chocolate, with a variety of unique ingredients like New Mexico chile and lavender mixed into some bars.

Food for Thought

Food Resolutions for 2019

Diets suck. These goals don’t.

All of us could approach food with more flexibility and joy in 2019. Here are some diet-related new year’s resolutions, guilt- and deprivation-free.

Chowtown Restaurant Guide

When I lived in Chicago and biked around all winter, I learned firsthand how much a stiff drink can warm the cockles of your heart even on the coldest day. A shot of whiskey brings color to the cheeks, calms the chattering teeth and makes the ride back home through the slushy streets seem a little less daunting. Though winter in Albuquerque is a lot less traumatic, there are still moments when we need a warming draught to get ourselves through. Here are a few places we turn to for that tonic on a cold night.