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Burgers, sandwiches and steaks dominate the menu at this restaurant, and the bar offers over 20 beers on tap. Chef Steve Gallegos has taken traditional dishes and added a dash of Southwestern flavor. His Clam Chowder, would be great even without the addition of green chilli. But the chilli gives it a unique tang that fills a void nobody realized was there. The menu is a mix of sandwiches, traditional Mexican dishes and desserts. Sandwiches range from less than USD5 for a standard club, to less than USD7 a Grilled Chicken, Chile and Cheese on Wheat.
This place is well worth the drive to Rio Rancho. Choose from 18 different Calzones, cooked to perfection. You will be delighted with the pizzas that are flavor-packed with a thin, delicate crust. The salads are gargantuan and fresh. Desserts are rich and substantial with treats like a warm Double Brownie. The brew-master micro-brews a half-dozen types of beer, including a snappy Rootbeer and a sparkling Cream Soda. Buy a 64 oz. Jug or bring in your own jug and refill it with your favorite soda at this “kid friendly,” informal pub.
Right outside of Albuquerque is the over one hundred year old Silva's Saloon, full of local flavour from the hats of former patrons hanging on the rafters to the large oval bar. The primary beers on tap are Budweiser and Bud Light, but other options are of course available. So immerse yourself in the Old West at the filming location of many Western films. If you like rustic charm and cheap booze, then this bar is the place to be.
The Stage at Santa Ana Star brings to Albuquerque decadent nights of fun, frolic and endless revelry - all borrowed from the nightlife of Las Vegas. This eternally pulsating nightclub puts together an eclectic mix of Vegas' best shows, ranging from stand-up comedy nights, revue shows and performances to rocking DJs, live concerts and many other exciting ticketed events. Those who want to be privy to an exclusively sensational night can book the VIP section or the Sky Level VIP room. Come to The Stage and dance the night away.
An enchanting dining experience awaits at the Prairie Star Restaurant where great food and great atmosphere combine to create an incredible venue. Here patrons will find themselves surrounded by uncharted beauty, with the Santa Ana Golf Course and the Sandia Mountains providing a backdrop. Chef Darren McHale's creations are equally exquisite, reflecting international flavors while being rooted to the local palette. The seasonal menu and hand-picked wine list make perfect pairings, guaranteeing an unforgettable meal. Private dining is also offered; reservations are recommended.