Albuquerque

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  1. Mark Romero

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    I will be working in Albuquerque for a few months and would like some info. The best restaurants (Mexican particularly), pubs, clubs, things to do, etc. Thanks in advance.
     
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    You have a beautiful city. I love it there. The place has an eerily western feel to it that's much more pronounced than here in California. I always feel welcome there.
     
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    I like Albuquerque too, but I'm not sure about living there. It seems a bit too crowded for me.
     
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    Gotta get a green chile cheeseburger at Yesterdave's if that place is still open. It's kind of a 50's throwback ala Ed Debevick's or Mel's Drive In. Drive a little north and check out Santa Fe and Taos.
     

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