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Begin your day at BEST WESTERN InnSuites Albuquerque’s own spacious Lobby for a Free Full Hot New Mexico Breakfast Buffet (6-10am) and then end your day in our spacious Lobby for a relaxing Free Evening Social Hour (5-6:30pm).

Albuquerque’s blend of Spanish, Mexican, Native American, Anglo, and Asian influences makes this a vibrant multicultural metropolis with a virtually endless choice of exceptional worldwide cuisine. Even the most critical tongue will be satisfied be it by Mexican, Italian, Western, American or any other kind of Ethnic food you may be looking for:

Walking Distance:
Applebee’s Fuddrucker’s International HS of Pancakes Village Inn
Waffle House

Albuquerque area:
Tucanos, Yanni’s, El Norteno, The Artichoke Café, Great American Land and Cattle Steak Restaurant, Los Cuates Mexican Restaurant, Rancher’s Club of New Mexico, Trombino’s Bistro Italiano, Mr. Powdrell’s Barbeque House, Bangkok Café Thai, Route 66 Diner American Restaurant, Applebee’s

Fast Food:
McDonald’s, Burger King, Taco Bell, Wendy’s, Pizza Hut, Domino’s

Descriptions of Our “Top 10?

Tucanos Brazilian Grill
110 Central Avenue, S.W.,
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Ph (505) 246-9900
The Brazilian tradition of grilling, or CHURRASCO (shoe-HAS-ko), is a fusion of South American and European cultures. At Tucanos, meats and vegetables are carefully selected and tastefully seasoned and cooked on skewers over open-flame grills. The skewers are then brought to your table where sizzling portions are sliced onto your plate. You may choose as many different flavors and cuts as you like.

Yanni’s Mediterranean Grill & Opa Bar
3109 Central Ave. NE,
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Ph (505) 268-9250
“A top Greek restaurant in the Southwest.” – Southwest Airlines Magazine. Yanni’s serves PRIME beef – the very best available. Live music in the Opa Bar

Cervantes Mexican Restaurant
5801 Gibson Blvd SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
Ph 505-254-9414

El Bruno’s
8806 4th Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87114
Ph. (505) 897-0444
El Bruno’s restaurante y cantina has been in business since 1975, serving a Varity of New Mexican style favorites such as enchiladas, tacos, burritos y chimichangas, Los Burgers, Fajitas and much more.

The Artichoke Cafe
424 Central SE
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102
Ph (505) 243-0200
Known for good service and French, contemporary American, and Italian dishes prepared, whenever possible, with organically grown ingredients. The building is about a century old, in the historic Huning Highland district on the edge of downtown, but the decor is uptown modern.

Great American Land and Cattle
1550 Tramway Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87112
Ph (505) 292-1510
An award winning steakhouse, where you will enjoy views of the city, especially from the second floor. Known for their large chicken fried steak, the selection of other meats is impressive and the portions generous.

Los Cuates Mexican Restaurant
5016-B Lomas NE
(505) 268-0974
Voted by the Albuquerque Journal “One of the best places to eat in the Duke City” since 1993. Typical Mexican food. The chili is vegetarian – unless meat is requested.

Rancher’s Club of New Mexico
1901 University Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Ph (505) 884-2500
Voted best steak house and service in Albuquerque, proud recipient of both the Dirona and AAA Four Diamond awards. Lounge entertainment.

Trombino’s Bistro Italiano
5415 Academy Rd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109.
Ph (505) 821-5974
Chefs prepare more than 35 Italian specialties in exhibition kitchens while guests relax in a casual atmosphere. Enjoy the strolling opera singer. Entrees include pastas, veal, seafood, steaks, roasted chicken, pizza baked in wood-burning ovens, soups, and hard-to-resist desserts.

Mr. Powdrell’s Barbeque House
5209 4th Street NW, Albuquerque, NM 87107
Ph (505) 298-6766
Mr. Powdrell comes from a long line of Southern Barbeque and Ranch-Style chefs. Originally from Louisiana, Mr. Powdrell moved to East Texas then West Texas, before finally settling in New Mexico. His Original, Authentic Southern-style Barbeque is the result of a lifetime spent perfecting his family’s original barbeque recipes.


Have fun in the New Mexico Southwest enjoying amazing shopping possibilities when you stay in BEST WESTERN InnSuites’ studios and suites during your next Albuquerque vacation. Visit nearby Coronado Center and enjoy many of your favorite brands including Macys, Foot Locker, Barnes and Noble, Gap and more! Albuquerque has a wide variety of shopping choices from nationally known department stores at Coronado Center, ABQ Uptown and Old Town to outlets and specialty boutiques–a unique shopping experience awaits you. The Albuquerque/Santa Fe/Taos area is filled with gifts, jewelry, souvenirs, clothing, footwear and specialty shops.

Old Town Merchants Association
20 First Plaza NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Ph (505) 842-9918
Old Town is the heart of Albuquerque’s heritage. The first families settled near the banks of the Rio Grande in 1706. Some of the old homes are still standing and many have been renovated into businesses.

Coronado Center
6600 Menaul NE, Ste #1
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Ph (505) 881-4600
Spend a few relaxing hours exploring your favorite stores in New Mexico’s largest shopping mall. Coronado Center is in the heart of Albuquerque near some of the city’s favorite restaurants and local attractions.

ABQ Uptown
Indian School Road & Louisiana Blvd
Albuquerque, NM 87110
When you see the big blue, yellow, and red “Q” at the intersection of Uptown Boulevard and Q Street, you’ll know you are in the right place. It’s ABQ Uptown, the ultimate destination in New Mexico for upscale fashion, home furnishings, entertainment and dining and the perfect place to shop, walk, and eat in a just-right, outdoor environment. With approximately 220,000 square feet of retail shops, and restaurants, ABQ Uptown has a unique mix of stores that create a completely new and refreshing shopping experience for the community and its citizens.

Plaza Mercado
112 W San Francisco St,
Ste 312 (Water at Galisteo)
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Ph (505) 988-5792
Discover a world of shopping with 45 galleries, shops and restaurants.

Bosque Farms Flea Market
635 Bosque Farms Blvd
Bosque Farms, NM 87060
Ph (505) 869-2279
An adventure in shopping, unique fun, eclectic. Enjoy arts, crafts, jewelry & more.

Santa Fe Outlets
8380 Cerrillos Road
Santa Fe, NM 87507
New Mexico’s only outlet center with savings of 25% to 65% everyday, featuring over 40 designer brand outlets such as Coach, Donna Karan, Brooks Brothers Factory Store plus many exciting others.

Taos New Mexico Shopping
Retail options in Taos Plaza consist mostly of T-shirt emporiums and souvenir shops that are easily bypassed, though a few stores, like Blue Rain Gallery, carry quality Native American artifacts and jewelry. The more upscale galleries and boutiques are two short blocks north on Bent Street, including the John Dunn House Shops. Kit Carson Road, also known as U.S. 64, has a mix of the old and the new. There’s metered municipal parking downtown, though the traffic can be daunting. Some shops worth checking out are in St. Francis Plaza in Ranchos de Taos, 4 mi south of the Plaza near the San Francisco de Asis Church. Just north of Taos off NM 522 you can find Overland Ranch (including Overland Sheepskin Co.), which has gorgeous sheepskin and leather clothing, along with other shops, galleries, restaurants, and an outdoor path winding through displays of wind sculptures.