Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Taos: everything about local edibles you need to know.
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Hands down, Mary & Tito’s for the one-stop Albuquerque experience. Fancy? Jennifer James 101. Meat+bread? Holy Cow Burgers.
Thanks! It totally depends on your own definition of healthy. :-) I’m a free-range eggs and meat kind of gal, but you could be talking more about housemade granola and that sort of thing. For both, I’d actually recommend Tune-Up Cafe or Santa Fe Baking Co. Honestly there are a lot of great options…. also Chocolate Maven if you are really into granola.
For trails there are a few in town I know about - the Arroyo Chamisa trail (paved), and also some open space nice dirt trails that start right near the community college. Google for that and you should find it right away. Outside of town in the mountains there are TONS of trails, just drive up the road towards/past the ski area and watch for trailhead signs. Let me know if you have more questions!
It does depend on the day of the week and if you want LOCAL food or LOCAL ingredients. Any day of the week have awesome chile amongst big boisterous crowds at Sadie’s on 4th. Wed-Saturday have fancy local ingredients done really really well at Jennifer James 101 on Menaul.
Carrizozo is a cool little town and it seems like a place called La Brew Ja Cafe is the spot for coffee, wifi, and lunch. :-) Email me to let me know where you went! abqandrea is the address at gmail.
Thank you so much.
Looks like Betterday Coffee has it - I’ve seen it mentioned on their FB page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Betterday-Coffee-Shop/281999391859976
Katie Rogers (@katierogers) tweeted at 6:20 PM on Thu, Jun 27, 2013: The amazing #twitrips photographer @sarahmeei, sweating, teary-eyed, trying to eat the Level 2 chile at Horseman’s. http://t.co/aI1ks9WhZI (https://twitter.com/katierogers/status/350408373390438400)