Went here for lunch on a date. The service and food were both average; Not bad but far from spectacular. Goes on the list of tried it and won't be going back.
Small quaint caffe on Gold street in downtown Albuquerque. Good espresso If you try one thing; the eggs Benedict. Green chili biscuit, and a green chili hollandaise. I know, I know, but it works, so very good. The second time I had that the dish it was a little cold, to include the eggs, but, eggs Benedict are a pain... More
Looked for a place locals eat. Can't get good tacos in Schenectady (home). The fish tacos came out quickly and the fish was perfect. Accompanied by rice and black beans, the taco was filled with strips of alvocado and lettuce. This place is a short walk from the convention center and worth the walk.
Great coffee, great. But I felt it could have improved a little in the cleanliness of bathroom and also improved in the food. Pretty good toast and eggs but toast burned on one end and they served it anyway.
I stopped by this cafe for lunch and I was not disappointed! I had the chicken salad on a chipotle biscuit and it was phenomenal -- I ate every bite and wished for more. The staff was nice and it was a great atmosphere. If I ever come back to Albuquerque, this cafe will be on my list of places... More
Spent an hour here while waiting for a train. Nice atmosphere, excellent food and coffee but above all very friendly staff. Definately recommended.
Can't imagine a better breakfast. The big hit here was the green chile cheese biscuit and the bacon - both dynamite. Pretty decent value for what is served. Service is a bit clunky, but whatever. If I lived in ABQ, I'd go regularly.
I love going to breakfast here with my mom and dad. A quirky little place with great food and lively ambiance. Parking is tricky but I would walk several blocks to eat here.
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