Our last blog post featured a culinary tour through the delectable world of Santa Fe Cuisine, which is only 35 minutes away from our historic New Mexico Bed and Breakfast. One of the best things about staying with us, apart from the charmingly romantic and historic ambiance you will find, is the convenience of our location to two of New Mexico’s greatest cities: Santa Fe and Albuquerque. After you’ve spent a day exploring the enchanting lands that surround our New Mexico Bed and Breakfast, take a short 30-minute drive south along the El Camino Real, where you’ll find a wide variety of tantalizing Albuquerque restaurants to try. Don’t miss your opportunity to check out both Santa Fe and Albuquerque restaurants, and book your stay at our romantic New Mexico Bed and Breakfast now!
Cities of the Southwest have become famous as foodie destinations, and are home to America’s most unique and cherished regional cuisines. Many Albuquerque restaurants feature dishes that are based upon native ingredients, like corn, beans, squash, and chilies, which of course pays homage to the Mexican, Native American, and Spanish flavors central to Albuquerque culture. While there is a great variety of dishes prepared in local Albuquerque restaurants, there is perhaps no element more important than the New Mexico chile. The smoke-kissed flavor of freshly roasted green chiles, or the earthy red chile sauce are often hallmarks of New Mexican Cuisine. Albuquerque restaurants offer rich and diverse culinary options, including sushi bars, pizzerias, Mexican taquerias and contemporary fine-dining restaurants. On the final weekend of Albuquerque’s Restaurant Week, there has never been a better time to try some of the culinary favorites throughout town.
While it can be hard to choose a favorite amongst the amazing Albuquerque restaurants, we recommend sampling the regional and global influences at Corn Maiden at the Hyatt Regency. The seasonal fare at La Merienda at Los Poblanos Inn, is inspired by fresh, locally harvested ingredients. This restaurant, located at the historic Los Poblanos Inn, has recently been listed as one of the top 10 destinations for food lovers by Bon Appetit Magazine. Explore the bold flavors of Spanish cooking with Tapas at MAS, home to Seven-time James Beard Award nominee Chef James Campbell Caruso. Or, create your own dining adventure to suit your palette at the many Albuquerque restaurants. No matter what it is you crave, now is the perfect time to stay at our historic bed and breakfast, easily within reach of the amazing dining opportunities found throughout Albuquerque.
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