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Gyros Mediterranean features Greek and Middle Eastern food served in an eat-in cafe or as take-out. Join the scores of University of New Mexico students who have been crossing Central Avenue to grab a quick, filling gyro here since the early 1980s. Besides the beef and lamb-packed gyros, the menu is also full of soup and salad options. If you are eating in and fancy an appetizer, try the Saganaki: a bubbling hunk of cheese cooked in front of you. For dessert, Baklava is a must, or for a real indulgence, sample the Chocolava: delicious chocolate-covered Baklava.
The proprietor-chef Claudie Zamet-Wilcox has devoted her life to creating delicious food at this Old Town bistro. Tucked away in a shadowy alleyway, La Crepe Michel has seating for 80 in two rooms. One appetizer is a velvety Pate de Campagne Maison or you might like a bowl of the Soupe du Jour. Entrees include a crustless Quiche Lorraine and savory crepes. The chef tops sandwiches with fromage and broils them to bubbling perfection. For dessert there are more crepes and a Mousse Au Chocolat.
St. Clair Winery and Bistro offers a variety of experiences to choose from: an affordable lunch or dinner, a beautiful outdoor patio packed with flowering plants and an indoor bar area for drinks, a special events room, and a tasting room. Whichever the occasion, you will be served St. Clair's wines from their own New Mexico vineyard, which is located in the Mimbres Valley in the southwestern corner of the state and has been run by the same family for six generations. St. Clair also offers a novel gift idea: buy a bottle of wine and they will hand paint a design onto it appropriate to the occasion.