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This small shop is packed full of chocolate, and if they do not have it, they are willing to custom make just about whatever you desire. Gift baskets and buckets loaded with various selections of bite sized chocolates are sure to tempt anyone, but why not go bigger and get the Oreo Espresso Cheesecake? Have all your favorites delivered to your doorstep locally or shipped nationwide. This is a true family owned and operated business, and the Weck's are determined that you leave with a smile.
Give yourself the better portion of a day to visit Cottonwood Mall, New Mexico's largest indoor shopping mall. With as many as three shopping levels, this mall harbors just about everything you need. Anchored on one end by J.C. Penny's and on the other by multi-screen Starport theater, it will take some time to see it all. Strategically positioned in the center of it all is a huge, upstairs food court that looks up at an upside-down landscape and skyscapers of Albuquerque.
You will find a treasure chest full of traditional and contemporary Native American jewelry at Bien Mur Indian Market Center store. Owned by the Sandia Pueblo, this shop is full of exquisite works of art that comes directly from the Indian artists to this market. The pottery, Kachinas, rugs and fetishes are masterfully created and designed with respect to the rich, traditional pueblo influence. The staff is knowledgeable and helpful in insuring customer's satisfaction in quality and service.
This fun, bustling growers market is host to a live band almost every week during the summer season. If you found getting out of bed on a Sunday morning to be challenging, you will be relieved to find there is usually a booth with coffee, as well as one with hot breakfast burritos.The various growers markets in and around Albuquerque do not have the facilities to take credit cards as payment. However, they have made an impressive, coordinated effort to get healthy food to all in the community by accepting coupons from the Women, Infants and Children low-income health program, Senior checks, and food stamps. Check website for timings and other details.
This long-standing ice arena was the first in the state of New Mexico and it has recently been remodeled. The Outpost Ice Arena is open year-round for you to enjoy some time on the ice or in the arcade, grab a bite from the snack bar and do some shopping in the pro shop. The arena hosts figure skating and hockey programs, offers lessons and has public sessions. This is a great family outing and a good way to beat the summer heat.
Inside the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa, the Trading Post is one store that will come handy when in hurry. The Store offers pre-prepared delicacies like sandwiches, pastry, pastas and much more. The caffeine lovers can have a sip of Star bucks here and also pick other small required items. So on one of those days when have woken up late and have no time for a breakfast or are planning to explore the neighborhood, come here are collect the packed foodstuffs to eat along.