The Rio Grande Zoo at 903 10th St SW is open from 9AM-5PM Daily. Mayhem the Otter looks forward to your visit!
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Here's what people have to say on Zomato (formerly UrbanSpoon): "Can it get any better?. The food was great. Haven't had food like that since I was growing up and I used to go to my friend's house and his mother would be back in the kitchen making some real deal Mexican food. I almost cried. There are no words..." "Best New Mexican In Town. Chips fried to order. Fresh Guac. And, Enchiladas to die for. Cokes in glass bottles. Doesn't get any better than this! There are only about 8 tables, so arrive early. Open for breakfast and lunch only. Triple Yum!"
Chef Stefani offers specialty multi-cultural latin fare, expertly prepared, with her over 40 years of professional culinary experience. Located in historic National Hispanic Cultural Center. Enjoy your meal in or near our courtyard under the cottonwoods.
Featuring world famous Tamales, Posole, Hoja (corn husk), Red & Green Chili, Masa and much much more for holiday parties! COME DOWN AND HAVE LUNCH WITH US! SPECIALS EVERYDAY! La Mexicana's Hot Tamale restaurant featuring their famous Green Chili Cheese Burgers!! Tamales, Burritos and legendary tacos!!!
Attorney Chad Gruber handles diverse practice areas ranging from criminal defense to civil litigation, but the majority of his cases involve helping people with their homes. Whether he is defending against foreclosure or a wrongful eviction, Chad takes pride in helping his clients protect the place they call home. Chad also helped found the Rail Yards Market in 2014, and has enjoyed working on a number of Barelas community projects like renovating the Coronado Elementary School Garden and planting over 100 new trees in the neighborhood. The Law Office of Chad Gruber has been proudly serving the Barelas neighborhood since 2012.
The National Hispanic Cultural Center is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and advancement of Hispanic culture, arts, and humanities. The Center presents over 700 events and creates the opportunity for thousands more through its art museum, library, genealogy center, and educational resources. The NHCC is a division of the State of New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs and is further supported by the National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization.
Pop Fizz serves delicious food, paletas, and even beer, wine, and liquor (boozy shakes, anyone?). Have questions? Contact us via phone, e-mail, or visit us as our shop located at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
Situated on historic Route 66, The Red Ball Cafe has been the preferred dining hot spot for both locals and national personalities for over 50 years. Come down and enjoy one of our famous Wimpy burgers! We thank you for your visit and look forward to serving you!
Custom Interiors are our Specialty! Furniture, boats, autoS, and we welcome commercial accounts. Check out the slideshow for examples of our work!
Located next to the Rio Grande in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the 64-acre Zoo has been offering guests close encounters with exotic and native animals since 1927. Lions and elephants, kangaroos and koalas, toucans and tamarins! Our educational exhibits offer information about wildlife conservation efforts while showing animals in naturalistic habitats.
Sacred Heart Parish exists to build on our Catholic Faith through evangelization to a diverse community; built on Catholic family values. We are committed to prayer, spirituality and united community, with trust and faith in God. Welcome to Sacred Heart Catholic Church and the Barelas Community. If you are new to the area, please contact the Parish Office to register.Welcome to the parish. We will work on meeting our mission with you and our community.