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The Range is a local favorite, offering an extensive menu of American fare such as pancakes and chicken fried steak, with some New Mexican-style dishes thrown in. Portions are enormous, and desserts are delicious. There are two additional locations: one in the Northeast Heights, located at 4401 Wyoming Northeast, and the original and best location out in Bernalillo, at 925 Camino del Pueblo. The Bernalillo restaurant is enormous, has beautiful windows and décor, features live bands and a gift shop, and makes for a fun Sunday brunch trip on the Railrunner train.
Albuquerque's premium destination when it comes to serving authentic Mexican food, Sadie's of New Mexico fits the bill with its genuine creations, true to family recipes. This award-wining restaurant lives up to its title by using only the freshest and finest raw material to create dishes that are nothing less than spectacular. Be it burritos, stuffed enchiladas or the simple salsa, this restaurant nails it in terms of flavor every single time. So if you are looking for some authentic Mexican affair, Sadie's of New Mexico is the place to be.
Monroe's is where native New Mexicans go to get their chile fix. The restaurant serves authentic New Mexican cuisine, which is a very particular style of food that draws from Mexican and Pueblo Indian culinary traditions. Almost everything on the menu, from enchiladas to chile rellenos (green chiles stuffed with cheese or meat and deep fried), comes with your choice of red or green chile, both made from the same plant. If you're feeling adventurous and want to sample both, ask for "Christmas". For those who can't take the heat of spicy chile, Monroe's also has a "gringo" menu that includes hamburgers, sandwiches, and fried chicken. Save room for dessert, as the restaurant serves green chile apple pie and chipotle cherry pie, as well as traditional Mexican flan.
Farm & Table brings fresh farm food directly to your table. This charming restaurant mainly uses local ingredients as well as food from their on-site farm. Dine on seasonal dishes, such as garlic-encrusted pork tenderloin, mushroom & kale empanadas, and shrimp taco salad. Since the menu changes to reflect the season you'll always have new entrees to try. They also have a terrific craft beer and wine selection. On a sunny day dine outside on the patio that overlooks the restaurant's farm.