119 Route 66 East
Moriarty, NM 87035
Phone: (505) 832-6666
Fax: (505) 832-1282
119 Route 66 East, Moriarty, NM, US, 87035
- Phone: (505) 832-6666
- Fax: (505) 832-1282
Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like Bruchetta, Calamari, Ravioli, and Eggplant Parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like Salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu—their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
When your dinner arrives, you will discover what the local customers have known for almost thirty years—Paul's Monterey Inn serves the best steak in town. Special care goes into each meal served, and you will always walk away satisfied. When you order, remember that along with all the trimmings, you will be getting one of Paul's huge entrees. The beef is melt-in-your-mouth tender, whether you order a steak or filet. The King Crab Legs are a treat, and the Prime Rib is heavenly.
Since 1969 the Powdrell family has been making barbecue favorites such as ribs, chicken, fresh pork, beef brisket and link sausage. The restaurant on Forth Street is a renovated, historic landmark. The country-style décor is simple and goes well with the down-home style food. The meats are tender and juicy and catering for business luncheons and special occasions is available.
Ttry this place for good service in a clean and modern facility. You can take-out or dine-in on appetizers such as an egg roll or cup of Wonton or Egg-Drop soup. Lunch includes anything from Hot & Spicy Chicken Chow-Mien to Mongolian Beef. Everything on the dinner menu is good. Pan-fried noodles starting and fried rice for satisfy the hardiest appetite. The seafood is delicious and the Chefs Dinner Specials include any entrée from the a la carte menu.
If you are in the mood for fresh, homemade New Mexican food, El Mariachi is the place to choose. A favorite of local businessmen and families alike, this restaurant serves meals in the dining room, or you can place a carry-out order. This restaurant is tastefully decorated in traditional Mexican and New Mexican style. Everything on the menu is made from scratch and is always fresh. The chilli products are not for the sweet tooth, and can sometimes be hot enough to test even the most cast-iron taste buds!
Join the crowds for a wonderful show put on by the sushi chefs as they artfully prepare delicious Japanese specialties. The dynamic, bustling atmosphere is a great place for an evening on the town, or entertaining business associates. The menu is not very big, but there are always a couple of daily specials, like Grilled Halibut or Coconut Shrimp, to round it out. The Shabu-Shabu (build-your-own soup) is wonderful. The combination plate, called The Bento Box, is artfully arranged and tastes as good as it looks. The food is fresh, flavorful and served in nice portions.
There is no better way to enjoy Mexican food than to dine while being serenaded by Latin music and watching the sun set over the gorgeous Sandia Mountains and the desert coming to life. And to be a part of this extravaganza, come down to Sandiago's Mexican Grill located at the base of Sandia Peak Tramway in the far Northside of Albuquerque. Excellent food quality and highly cordial service complement the dining experience, best enjoyed with good company. On the menu you will find a variety of native Mexican specialties like Quesadillas, Fajitas, Enchiladas, Pollo Adobo, Steak Tampiquena and their signature Baja Tacos. Hand shaken margaritas and martinis accompany the menu selections, among these the Coconut Margarita is a definite must-try. Most patrons choose to dine at the coveted patio, while dining indoors is also special with the vibrant decor and fun atmosphere. Private dining is also available; reserve ahead to make the most.
Perched high on the ridgeline of the Sandia Mountains at 10,400 feet, the only way to reach this restaurant is via the Sandia Peak Tramway. But do not let the remote setting fool you. High Finance Restaurant and Tavern is one of the finest dining experiences in the area, and would be even without the awe-inspiring view. The kitchen offers a something-for-everybody menu ranging from seafood to steaks, including a Black Angus prime rib. The green chile stew enjoys coveted status as a starter. This is a great restaurant for impressing. High Finance Restaurant and Tavern opens at 11am daily.
Garcia's Kitchen is well known by local and national celebrities and politicians. A few years ago during one of President Clinton's visits to New Mexico, he ordered enough take-out from here to make the national news. This is a family run business that began from a little storefront on 4th Street and has blossomed into seven locations around town. Dine in or carry out, this is by far one of the choice New Mexican eateries around. The prices are inexpensive and the food delicious!
The original Owl Cafe was born 150 miles south of Albuquerque and grew in popularity among desert travelers and nuclear scientists on their way to, or through, White Sands Missile Range. The Albuquerque location was built in the early 1990s to resemble a 1950s-era diner. Although the atmosphere is decidedly different from the original cafe, the cheeseburgers are the same and they were. Add the onion twirls and you will have more than a meal. Daily Blue Plate Specials are for sale. Homemade cakes, cookies and pies are available, but few customers have room left.
Modeled after California wine country establishments, Savoy has the same local owners as the prominent and well-loved Albuquerque restaurant-bars Seasons and Zinc. Savoy is comprised of a large, bright dining room, an outdoor patio, a lounge, a wine tasting room, and a private room for group events. Delicious appetizers include the Grilled Peaches & Arugula or Seared Sea Scallop salads; entrees are mostly steaks and seafood. The wine list is the establishment's key feature, and includes French, Spanish and Italian alongside the extensive selection of Californian. Come on a Tuesday for the bargain "Half Price Featured Wine Night."
In 1975, Joseph Camuglia opened this restaurant and the family has been spreading fine Italian food over fresh, homemade pasta ever since. The homemade pasta is the best. The Alfredo is the smoothest you will encounter and the pesto is oily, spicy and heavy, as it should be. The linguini in clam sauce is filling and savory. Spaghetti marinara with boulder-like meatballs running about a buck each. In all dishes, fresh herbs dominate the senses and create a melding of flavors that reveal the expertise in the kitchen.