Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta – A yearly festival of 500 balloons that takes place in early October every year. A one of a kind experience!
Farmer’s Market ABQ – Farmers Market is the largest retailer of locally grown New Mexico produce.
Historic Nob Hill – Nob Hill is one of the major hubs for arts and culture in Albuquerque and the state … business environment while preserving local cultural and historic resources.
Lavender in the Village Festival – The market features fresh cut lavender bouquets, lavender plants, companion plants, special lavender products, various types of garlic, and special products featuring garlic.
New Mexico National Parks – New Mexico’s national parks and monuments offer a wide variety of outdoor and educational experiences.
Old Town Albuquerque – Historic Old Town has been the heart of Albuquerque since the city was founded here in 1706.
Rail Yards Market – Through food, art, and music, we hope to bring our community together in an atmosphere of fun, learning, and creativity.
Sandia Peak Ski & Tramway – A trip on the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway transports you above deep canyons and breathtaking terrain a distance of 2.7 miles.
Golf Courses & Resorts
Albuquerque Country Club – The Albuquerque Country Club is conveniently situated near the downtown area, adjacent to Old town, the Rio Grande River, and historic Route 66.
Isleta Resort & Golf Course – Nestled at the edge of the spectacular Bosque, Isleta Eagle Golf Course is one of the southwest’s premiere golf destinations.
Paa Ko Ridge Golf – Surrounded by the mountainous terrain and vegetation of the New Mexican high desert, Paa-Ko Ridge Golf Club is home to one of the most beautiful, challenging and award-winning courses in the U.S.
Sandia Resort & Golf Course – The Sandia Golf Club was developed by the Pueblo of Sandia as an amenity of the Sandia Resort & Casino. The Club features a 7,772-yard golf course designed by Scott Miller.
Tamaya Resort & Golf Course – Twin Warriors Golf Club at Hyatt Regency Tamaya boasts 18 holes of high desert, championship golf.
Tanoan Country Club – Situated at the base of the Sandia Mountains in Albuquerque, Tanoan Country Club is known for it’s 27 holes of spectacular golf, array of upscale dining and recreational amenities.
Bien Shur – Bien Shur showcases dining in casual elegance with breathtaking mountain views from the top floor of our Albuquerque Resort.
Elaine’s – Our culinary philosophy is simple: we combine fresh, seasonal ingredients sourced from local farmers and purveyors with the best products from around the world.
Farina Pizzeria & Wine Bar – Enjoy the big city feel of Farina pizzeria and wine bar, just east of the Artichoke Cafe. The perfect place to unwind and share a meal with your favorite person.
Farm & Table – Upscale, regionally inspired cuisine made from local & seasonal ingredients amid Southwestern decor.
Hotel Parq Central Apothecary Lounge – Apothecary Lounge offers breathtaking panoramic views of the mountains, downtown skyline and New Mexico’s famous sunsets.Los Poblanos La Merienda – Located on an organic farm in the Rio Grande River Valley, La Merienda is a casual fine-dining experience, featuring the purest field-to-fork menu in the Southwest.
P’tit Louis Bistro – P’tit Louis Bistro transports you back to the center of Paris, France, the 1920’s, where French Cuisine is expertly prepared for your pleasure.
Seasons Rotisserie & Grill – Seasons Rotisserie & Grill has established a straightforward, American-style of cooking highlighted by the best and freshest ingredients, paired with great wine and great service.
The Artichoke Cafe – Fresh, local, seasonal ingredients, classic French techniques, extensive wine list, private dining, catering, great atmosphere.
The Grove Cafe & Market – We create and offer the best food experience in Albuquerque, and never forget to connect to our customers.
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