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Gecko's may not be the hottest bar and restaurant around, but its modest and casual atmosphere still makes it a hit with a younger crowd. The bar has a very warm and inviting feel to it. It specializes in a variety of wines, beers and other intoxications because of which its is frequented by the local bar mongers a lot as well. And if you're a sports freak, then this is where you can catch up on you favorite sports too, while enjoying some delectable tapas on offer. Youngsters usually come here for their daily quota of junk food as Gecko's is really famous for its burgers and sandwiches. The interiors are done very intricately with funny murals adorning the walls to retain the youthful and relaxed atmosphere of the place. Come here to enjoy a round of drinks with your friends.
Located inside the iconic Hotel Andaluz in Albuquerque, MÁS serves exotic tapas dishes and wines amid a vibrant, atmospheric setting. Chef James Campbell Caruso revisits the splendor of Spanish cuisine and crafts lovely renditions that highlight locally-derived ingredients. Choose from vegetable, fish and meat starters such as the Spanish mountain-cured ham, Bacon-wrapped Dates and Barcelona-style Mussels Al Diablo. Besides lunch and dinner, the restaurant also serves breakfast daily and brunch specials on Sunday.
M'Tucci's Kitchina is a charming restaurant that embodies the Italian love for good food and family. The restaurant is a comfortable and inviting place where friends and family can come together to share a delicious meal and some quality time with each other. The kitchen serves up a selection of modern Italian dishes that have been prepared with love and care. A few of the scrumptious delicacies on offer include potato leek bisque, five pork bolognese, Cannelloni Al Forno, pan seared duck breast and grilled herb hanger steak. Finish off with a serving of Tiramisu or that week's gelato and you are sure to leave with a happy smile on your face.
The Corn Maiden at Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa is named after the symbol of Santa Ana Pueblo. The Sandia mountains act as a beautiful backdrop to the adobe style décor and setting, making The Corn Maiden a perfect place for family or business events. Food at the Corn Maiden is a blend of two cultures, Hispanic and Tamaya traditional food. Combining both, the chefs have created a new regional cuisine with international flavors to represent Santa Ana Pueblo. Fresh and locally available ingredients such as green chillies, enchiladas, and pinon make food look just as great as it tastes!