albuquerque restaurants


V.21 No.41 | 10/11/2012

BOBR

Best of Burque Restaurants 2012

Once again, the Alibi is proud to present the absolute best restaurants this city has to offer, as voted on by you, our readers. Whether you’re a longtime Burqueño looking to see whether your favorite spots have been rewarded for what they do best, or a new arrival trying to get your bearings in a town with so many great food options, this guide is indispensable for anyone with an appetite. A hearty congratulations to all the winners!

BOBR: State Treasures

N.M. Cuisine

See which restaurants do our fair state proud with their green chile cheeseburgers, sopaipillas and carne adovada.

BOBR: No Bones About It

Vegan + Vegetarian

Best Vegetarian Restaurant

For those who prefer a few more field greens on their pizza and a few more black beans in their burger.

BOBR: Gluttony

The Good Bad Stuff

We from the 505 do not take our food lightly, nor our proportions. What soul-satisfying grub has captured our affection?

BOBR: The Sweet Stuff

You Deserve Dessert

You deserve key lime pie, caramel apple donuts, blueberry struesel, strawberry cheesecake and frozen yogurt. Shh ... don’t let them tell you otherwise. You deserve it.
V.20 No.40 | 10/6/2011
Best Huevos Rancheros: The Range Café
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com

Best of Burque Restaurants 2011

A.M.

Breakfast

Best Huevos Rancheros

The best breakfast burrito in Burque is a huge matter of contention. But let’s not forget about huevos rancheros, donuts and other earlybird edibles.
V.19 No.29 | 7/22/2010
A dozen from Enchantment Chocolate
Mina Yamashita

Mina's Dish

It’s Time to Eat the Doughnuts

Nothing beats the sugary fragrance of tender, fried dough. The doughnut is a pastry made to be eaten fresh—best with morning coffee or tea. I decided to seek out Albuquerque shops dedicated to the glazed, sprinkled, filled and frosted treats, and found only four independent shops competing with four Dunkin' Donuts and two Krispy Kreme locations.

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V.19 No.12 | 3/25/2010

Restaurants

Albuquerque Restaurants: Scammed!

It’s come to our attention that some huckster in New Jersey is calling restaurants after they’re reviewed in the Alibi. The scammer congratulates the establishment’s owner, then says the Alibi can provide promotional posters or plaques with the review and photos of the restaurant. The going rate is around $170, secured by credit card. The phone number he leaves is disconnected.

This person is not in any way affiliated with the Alibi. Do NOT give these people your credit card number. If you know anyone who runs a restaurant, be a pal and spread the word.