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jwilbur | Mar 29, 201910:49 AM    

Hello my sister and I are coming into ABQ from Washington DC the last week of April and are looking for some cool places to eat preferably non chain for lunch and dinner. Also if we could find a nice place for a meal with the young family we are coming to visit would be a bonus. They have a 9 mos old and we will would eat on the early side of 5pm 4:30 to -5:30pm would be the sweet spot for dinner. Two things the dinner places MUST take reservations, non of this show up and hope you get in craziness like what they do here in DC. I am looking at you Bad Saint, and Rose's Luxury, and be little baby person friendly no joints please. This will be a treat for the family.

Some places I have heard of are Fork and Fig, El Patron, Zinc Wine Bar & Bistro, and Vernon's Speakeasy. Also are there any gastro brew pubs or breweries that do great food?

Thanks for all your help

Fork & Fig
El Patron
El Patron North
Zinc Wine Bar & Bistro
Vernon's Speakeasy
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