Tijuana Bar

4590 Corrales Rd
Corrales, 87048
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We should have known the fact that there was not one other customer in the restaurant that this was a major red flag. To get to this place we had past some other close by restaurants of Little Anita's, Flying Star, and Nate and Hannah's which were are packed with customers. We entered the confusing entrance after trying to figure out where the parking lot was. The place smelled like old grease so we sat outside. Food was mediocre but fast, but we were the only ones there. The really bad part was the young disinterested staff. We were the only ones there and nobody ever checked on us. The trio stood around talking like if we didn't exist. We had to get up to find someone to give us our bill. When we made our way to them the trio broke up their chat session and scattered. When I handed the brunette my card she shook her head. It was very awkward because she didn't say anything, and I was unsure of what was going on. Finally she spoke up and stated they only take cash. Mediocre food, blah bland green chili, ok red chili, and poor service. . . . Never again.
Today I had an amazing first experience at this establishment . I'd ready many positive reviews & couldn't resist the visit. As I'm cruising at the posted 30mph (don't speed in Corrales!), I finally arrive at the location. At first glance, the building appears like a little old adobe house, only better. Offering you that true Southwest feel and rustic ambiance as you enter. I was cordially greeted by their bartender & told to have a seat wherever I'd like, indoors or out. Originally, I'd opted for a seat indoors. My lovely waitress suggested an introduction to their outdoor patio, I loved it, & so that is where I chose to remain. So glad I did! It was a perfect day with a lovely blue sky & I enjoyed my meal that much more. I ordered the carne adovada "red" w/corn tortillas and the house margarita. Omg!! Talk about tasty!! The marinated meat was accompanied with a side of beans & hominy. What a yummy combination. The flavor was unique and authentic, not spicy (at least not for me). My waitress provided such amazing service, as well. She was attentive (not overly), informative & had such a cheery disposition. I'll definitely be returning to try something new in the near future!!!
Family restaurant with nice servers (daughters!). Scenery is great! Food is typical NEw Mexico and great prices and plenty of it. A Corrales favorite of the locals. Great bar too! A wonderful place to hideaway!

(505) 898-2442

Bars

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Hannah And Nate’s

4512 Corrales Rd
Corrales, 87048
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First time here even though we live so close by, but when it comes to my first meal of the day, it better be damn good or else, all hell breaks loose.......lol... on a serious note so glad we finally decided to give it a try because I now have found a place that we will frequent for breakfast :) Our server was "Hannah" no not the owner silly, our precious server who was absolutely adorable and made sure we were good at all times. I ordered the Huevos Ranchero's as I always want to compare and boy did they do a wonderful job. The rest of my family all tried the "Heavenly Hash" and they said it lived up to its name!! Plush & cozy ambiance as well, Spectacular food, Sweet Customer Service & Stellar Food! "We're In"
Great food. Plenty of it and not overpriced. Quick service and good wait staff. Recommend that you arrive by 0730 or plan on a wait....by 8 you are dukeing it out in the parking lot for a parking space and your wife is inside begging for a small table next to the kitchen hoping for scraps. The cheers you will hear from inside is when you finally decide to get smart and park across the street and take your life into your hands and walk across Corrales road hoping for a crossing guard (fat chance), if you make it, the food is worth it. If you don't make it....more cheers since someone else got your breakfast and is chatting up your wife who finally found a table!
Consistently good. New Mexican food is great,as well as other menu items. Had the BLT this last go around and it was awesome, bread was a little over saturated with butter, but an easy fix. The green chili stew is absolutely amazing and highly recommend.

(505) 898-2370

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Indigo Crow

4515 Corrales Rd
Corrales, 87048
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Yummy! In 2008, I worked in Rio Rancho for about 4 months. Had to eat at Indigo Crow, weekly. The "pig wine" merlot is local and great! Food excellent. Service great. I MISS this place. Nothing like it anywhere else.
Went last night for Valentines day. They had a prepared 4 course menue for the night and words can't describe how great the evening was. Or waitress had the timing down perfect since we took our time with a great bottle of Pino Nior. My Corn cowder was amazing, followed by muscles in a blue cheese broth, then my pepper crusted Fillet was cooked perfect and was by far the best steak i've had. What I thought was the perfect touch was the bed of mashed potatos! No steamed veggies or baked new potatoes - good old fashened creamy mashed potatoes with a brown gravy. PERFECT! Wife was even kind enough to share a taste of her Lobster...
My son and I were killing time in Corrales, just looking for coffee and something light,when we spotted the Indigo cafe. We were served 2 cups of old lukewarm coffee, the waitress only brought cream, no sugar, and not even napkins when she brought our desserts. The desserts were pretty good, but the service was awful.

(505) 898-7000

American (Traditional)

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The Spot Cafe

4940 Corrales Rd
Corrales, 87048
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We have been to the spot several times mostly because I like to support local business and their breakfast burritos are THE best in Abq. Having said that, I have yet to have great service. Sometime mediocre, sometimes below par. Always pleasant but if there is more than one table the woman seems overwhelmed and scatter brained, and she definitely lacks some social cues. The food has always been good, besides breakfast I have had the burger which I really enjoyed. They need a decent manager who can hire professional/experienced wait staff and an interior decorator to really make this place work (there is a plastic beer sign advertising 2 dollar bottles- lacking class) maybe bring in a vintage feel appropriate for it's location. I am really rooting for THE SPOT, but need the owner to do their share.
We hadn't originally planned to come here, we were actually going to Hannah and Nate's but there was a 20 minute wait and I wasn't having that on a Sunday morning. Their food is great, but not worth that wait. But I digress. The Spot was close by, and it had some decent reviews, so we opted to try it. Glad we did. There was no wait, and in fact, the place was virtually empty. The decor is a little sparse. I gather this used to be a wine bar or some such; the end effect is a big open space with high ceilings. It's kind of like eating in an empty warehouse space. The menu was simple. I had the chicken fried steak and eggs. Not too bad, gravy was tasty and not overly thick. The huevos rancheros were also very tasty. Went Xmas, and I liked the green more than the red. Price was reasonable. All in all, it lacks character, but the food's OK. I'd like to try it for lunch and/or dinner.
I had heard both good and bad about this place, so I decided to give it a shot. I had read a couple questionable reviews on other sites questioning the service. I could see the potential for bad service - everybody kind of hangs around this computer in the corner, and then hike all the way across the restaurant to tell you to seat yourself. I felt like it was an awkward start, but things improved quickly. I had the biscuits and gravy. The most misleading plate I have ever seen (in a great way). It was a heaping skillet piled high with hashbrowns, sausage, eggs, and of course - biscuits and gravy. So good - I have been craving a second visit all weekend. The dinner menu looks to be this hodge podge of different menus throughout the week. I am sure Gordon Ramsay would disapprove, but I think it works - Corrales is too small, and the variety helps in the long run, I bet. The only complaint was the noise. They had two TVs in the cornr, and you could actually hear the college football. I felt the TVs were out of place for the concept. Additionally, the sound conflicted with the too loud background music, which was a strange blend of yanni and techno. Overall, I say a 3.5 to 4. The potential for greatness is there.

(505) 899-7768

Breakfast & Brunch, American (Traditional)

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Corrales Bistro Brewery

4908 Corrales Rd
Corrales, 87048
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(505) 897-1036

Bars, Breakfast & Brunch, American (Traditional)

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Sandhill Crane Bed & Breakfast

389 Camino Hermosa
Corrales, 87048
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(505) 898-2445

Bed & Breakfast

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Sandia Bar

4445 Corrales Rd
Corrales, 87048
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(505) 897-7577

Dive Bars, Pubs, Lounges

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Chocolate Turtle

1098 W Meadowlark Ln
Corrales, 87048
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(505) 898-1800

Hotels, Bed & Breakfast

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Nora Dixon Place

312 Dixon Rd
Corrales, 87048
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(505) 898-3662

Hotels, Bed & Breakfast

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Plum Tree Bed & Breakfast

20 E Valverde Rd
Corrales, 87048
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(505) 897-0515

Hotels, Bed & Breakfast

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