119 Route 66 East
Moriarty, NM 87035
Phone: (505) 832-6666
Fax: (505) 832-1282
This small shop is packed full of chocolate, and if they do not have it, they are willing to custom make just about whatever you desire. Gift baskets and buckets loaded with various selections of bite sized chocolates are sure to tempt anyone, but why not go bigger and get the Oreo Espresso Cheesecake? Have all your favorites delivered to your doorstep locally or shipped nationwide. This is a true family owned and operated business, and the Weck's are determined that you leave with a smile.
The quaint Scottsdale Village in northeast Albuquerque has been home to this unusual shop since 1985. It is loaded with a great selection of new and used metaphysical books. You may buy, sell or trade books. Shop for everything from items relating to angels, UFOs, Feng Shui, Shamanism, and self-help to books on healing and recovery. Browse through the extensive inventory of jewellery, gifts, crystals, fountains and pendulums, candles, incense and aromatherapy products. You will also see an ample supply of music including tapes, CDs and videos.
Stop in this tobacco shop and check-out the large assortment of tobaccos and accessories. You will find an excellent selection of Dominican, Honduran and Nicaraguan cigars in the walk-in humidor. The store is well-stocked with interesting gifts, games, flasks, knives, wallets and pouter steins. You will be drawn to the attractive display of grooming accessories and enjoy browsing through the smokers' candles, incense and chemical free domestic and imported tobacco and cigarettes in addition to an impressive collection of lighters and an exotic array of finely hewn pipes and pipe supplies.
When you go to this bread shop you are offered a sample of the goods: a substantial slice of bread you may top with complimentary butter or honey. The bread is made with fresh ingredients including nuts, fruit and grains. The loaves are sold sliced or whole and are mouthwatering. Crusty European loaves, including Italian, German and French bread share rack space with soft crusted home-style breads such as cheese, fruit-filled, whole wheat and plain.
Across the street from its sister store Page One, this bookstore has an extensive selection of used and hard-to-find books. Books that span every genre imaginable from self-help to romance, westerns to home improvement, art to science fiction, its all here. The children's section is very complete, starting with picture books and spanning age groups up to young adult. The store is spacious, and towards the back is a room with antique books.
For anything having to do with chile, you will find it at this store offering all types of unique gift ideas for chile lovers. Red and green chile products from world renowned Hatch, New Mexico are sold here and, when in season, fresh chile is roasted on site. Find frozen chile, salsas and sauces, tasty tamales, cook books, cards, pinon nuts and pinon coffee plus Southwestern gifts galore. If that is not enough, check out the beautiful Kachina dolls, Indian jewelry and pottery, gift baskets and year-round fireworks for those very special times.
If you have a southwestern style home and need lighting fixtures, check out this shop located in Northeast Heights and discover why the locals flock to this 6,000 square foot showroom. Find attractive, simple and solid furniture, hundreds of paintings (including award-winning pieces created by local artists) and Native American artwork. Ceiling fans designed with a patented ceramic motor cover and a wide range of lighting products are also available. Call to order a full-colour catalogue.
The staff here at Title Wave Books takes pride in the fact that they can find just about any out-of-print title you may be looking for—it just may be in the store's 60,000 book inventory. You will find whatever genre interests you here. There is an especially large selection of fantasy/science fiction and mystery titles. If you need information about homeschooling in the state of New Mexico, this is the place to go. The staff is highly informed, efficient and above all, they are friendly.
This long-standing ice arena was the first in the state of New Mexico and it has recently been remodeled. The Outpost Ice Arena is open year-round for you to enjoy some time on the ice or in the arcade, grab a bite from the snack bar and do some shopping in the pro shop. The arena hosts figure skating and hockey programs, offers lessons and has public sessions. This is a great family outing and a good way to beat the summer heat.
If you absolutely have to keep up with the latest exploits of the Silver Surfer, or Wolverine, this well-stocked shop is sure to have the latest edition in print. But if you have to find that certain edition of Tarzan the Ape Man to complete your collection, this would be a great place to look. Comic Warehouse carries a full line of current editions and out-of-print collectibles, as well as an extensive collection of posters and comic artwork. It even invites local artists to display their work on the walls and windows.
Keller's Farm Stores is a speciality grocery store that has been in business since 1946 and enjoys a strong customer following. Shoppers have come to expect the finest products available in the grocery business at this market. Gourmet foods and a full selection of health food without preservatives or additives are offered. A deli featuring great salads, soups and sandwiches made with fresh cold cuts and fresh ground sausage keep the regulars coming back!
If you have a teenager in the house who is nearing graduation, this highly specialized shop in Scottsdale Village is the place to shop for gifts. High school class rings can be custom designed to your specifications, creating a family heirloom. Graduation gifts, supplies and caps and gowns are popular in the spring. You can also find classic cotton t-shirts, sportswear and sunglasses that will be just the thing for the college-bound graduate.