NOTE: THIS ENTIRE ARTICLE FROM START TO FINISH INCLUDING THE CHOICE OF RESTAURANTS THEMSELVES WAS WRITTEN BY SHORTLYAI.COM – AN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TEXT GENERATION TOOL. I ONLY WROTE THE TEXT IN RED.
UPDATE: After checking the restaurant names, links and locations – I found many corrections that were needed. Now it doesn’t look as good as I originally thought. Too Bad.
If you’re looking for an adventure, then these 10 restaurants are the perfect place to start. From all-American to all-Mexican, New Mexican food ranges from delicious to downright impressive. The secret’s in the ingredients, and these restaurants have perfected them with their unique twists on tacos and tamales and burgers and salads and papas fritas.
1.) Duran Central Pharmacy
There’s a reason this spot is so popular – try the double-fried green chile cheeseburger. [Ave. C] http://www.yelp.com/biz/duran-central-pharmacy-albuquerque
2.) Barelas Cocina
This little restaurant in Barelas serves up delicious Mexican food to customers who love to travel to historic locations like La Casa Encendida, the home of William “Billy the Kid” Bonney, who was notorious for killing five men in 1881. [5 Rd NE & I-25] https://www.facebook.com/thebarelascoffeehouse/
3. ) Marga’s Cocina CORRECTION: MARGA’S RESTAURANT DOESN’T EXIST – NOT SURE WHY IT WAS LISTED
Marga’s Cocina is a cozy restaurant serving up traditional Mexican dishes like huevos rancheros and chile rellenos. [Highway 550 & Paseo del Bosque] http://www.yelp.com/biz/margas-cocina-albuquerque
4.) The Shed
The Shed has a unique atmosphere that includes an outdoor patio and a windmill on the property – their homemade salsa makes the food taste even better. [1700 Central Ave SE] CORRECTION: RESTAURANT IS IN SANTA FE https://sfshed.com/
5. ) Holy Burger UPDATE 10-17-2021 — WEBSITE DOWN – SUSPECT Holy Burger IS CLOSED
This restaurant quickly became a staple of local residents and tourists alike for its delicious New Mexican cuisine. [700 Central Ave SE] https://www.holyburgernm.com/
I could find no record of anything like this. Not by name, not by link nor by location. 6.) Desierto de los Leones
If you’re craving authentic New Mexican food, but still want some variety, then head to Desierto de los Leones to try their breakfast tacos and dinner specials that include various meats. [1731 Central Ave SE] http://www.yelp.com/biz/desierto-de-los-leones-albuquerque
7. ) Machitos El Güero
This family-owned restaurant serves up authentic New Mexican food with a relaxing atmosphere. Stop by for breakfast or lunch. [6001 Central Ave NW] https://www.restaurantji.com/nm/albuquerque/machitos-el-g-ero-/
8.) Sanchez Tacos
Sanchez Tacos serves up authentic New Mexican tacos and burritos from their truck located at Central and Wyoming in Old Town. Maybe they’ll start selling them at the new proposed food court in Downtown Albuquerque. [11 Locations in Albuquerque and Santa Fe] https://www.sancheztacosnm.com/
9. ) Al’s Big Dipper
Al’s serves up sandwiches [Downtown Albuquerque on 5th and Copper, attached to the Main Public Library on the east side] https://www.alsbigdipper.com/
10.) El Norteño (CLOSED)
This little restaurant serves a variety of authentic New Mexican dishes from their truck located at Central and Wyoming in Old Town. No website, but you will find them on Facebook. https://www.yelp.com/biz/el-norteno-albuquerque-3