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Dining in and around Moriarty
None of these restaurants are so fancy that you couldn't walk right in wearing typical soaring attire and feel comfortable.
Moriarty (5 mins):
- Buford Steakhouse - Nice sit-down place for the end of the day. New Mexican and Steak. Alcohol served.
- The Village Grill - American grill food
- That BBQ place on the south side of Rte 66 (forgot the name, but it's good)
- Nachos, New Mexican
- Lotaburger - New Mexican chain of hamburgers
- The China Buffet
- Taco Bell
- El Comedor - Mexican
Edgewood (15 mins):
- The Pizza Barn - Good little pizza place. Alcohol served.
- Mountain View Cafe - That little cafe north of Edgewood....good food, can't remember the name?
- Dairy Queen (at the truck stop)
Tijeras (20 mins):
Cedar Crest (30 mins):
- Kokopelli’s – Nice sit-down place. Good New Mexican food. Alcohol served (strong margaritas, DO have a D.D. assigned! It's a curvy dark road back down the hill)
- Ribs - Nice sit-down restaurant. BBQ/sandwiches. Good food. Alcohol served.
Albuquerque (40-50 mins)
- Garduno’s at Winrock - Take the Lousiana exit north from I-40. Look for it on the east of Lousiana, near the mall there. It's the closest Garduno's to Moriarty. Garduno's is a favorite chain of New Mexican food for many people.
- Restaurants at Uptown - north across the street form Garduno's at Winrock. Elephant Bar (Asian), Cucina Italiana. Pei Wei (fast Chinese) also nearby across the street to the west.
- Great American Steakhouse - Indian School and Tramway. Better change into nice clothes and have a reservation for this place. VERY good steaks.
- La Hacienda - New Mexican food. Alcohol served. Located on Central Ave (Old Route 66) between Tramway and Juan Tabo.
- Olive Garden - Juan Tabo exit, just north of I-40.
- Many many other restaurants are out there for you to try along the interstates in Albuquerque.
This page last updated on:
Nov 07 2007