It’s Restaurant Week in New Mexico. You may not have known that you missed Restaurant Week in Santa Fe already. If you have the car engine warmed up you might just want to hop in and head on up to Taos right now – it’s still Restaurant Week there through Sunday the 10th. Or, you can do it the easy way – Restaurant Week in Albuquerque begins Sunday, March 10 in Albuquerque. Just check out the website here and plan your week long feast from the comfort of your computer.
The website indicates that there are 19 Albuquerque restaurants participating in this year’s event. There is a tab for events, but when I clicked on it I found no events listed – maybe you’ll have better luck. Of course, if you want more information the best place to look is the Albuquerque CVB website – they’re always up to date and always very helpful.
For a great bargain meal you might want to check out the Church Street Café with their two for $25 menu. It is located in a 300 year old adobe in historic Old Town. And, for a terrific view check out Sandiago’s $20 per person deal. Sandiago’s is located at the base of the tram and the city lights are great. An added attraction – you can take the world’s longest tram to the top of Sandia Peak – either before you dine to catch the sunset from the peak or afterwards to enjoy the city lights. You can click on the special menu offering for each of the 19 participating restaurants to find out what each has to offer. Of course, you can always order off the regular menu, too.
To make this a really special week why not eat out every night at a different restaurant. It might wreck havoc on your budget, but, hey, it only happens once a year, so have a delightful culinary feast and . . .
Keep on Traveling!