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Farmington, NM: Three Rivers Brewery


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Farmington, NM: Three Rivers Brewery

desert rat | Sep 16, 2005 11:21 PM

Ate there twice this week. Here's my review:

Great India Pale Ale. I had their American Pale Ale, too. Nice and light and bitter.

Food - inconsistent. Great onion rings! Stick with the "pub" standards such as burgers, cheese steaks and fish'n'chips. Caeser salad was not recognizable as such. It was a romaine lettuce salad with a little bit of chicken and italian dressing. Friend ordered a cheese quesadilla. It had a little bit of cheese in it and piles of green chile. As much as I love green chile, it was way overboard on the green chile for a quesadilla. On Monday nights, burgers are half-price and only served medium well or well done. Overall, still a better choice than any of the chain restaurants in Farmington. Great space - an old pharmacy with a wooden floor, great bar and a tin ceiling. On Main and Orchard.

We did see a restaurant that was out of our budget for this trip called "The Bluffs". The menu looked adventurous and delicious. Seafood and beef were main focus. Entrees around $20. Big bucks for a town like Farmington.

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