Child Friendly Restaurants

Snapdragon Tea

Address: 115 Harvard Dr SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106

City Star Jerk Cafe

Address: 3407 Central Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87106

Marios Pizza

Address: 2401 San Pedro Dr NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110
Marios Pizza
$ Recommended New Editor's Pick
As first generation Sicilian-Americans, Mario and Anna Burgarello immigrated to America in 1949, and settled in the Knickerbocker area of Brooklyn, New York. For several years Mario worked as a pizza maker until he opened his first pizza place in 1965 in Queens, NY. In 1972 a family vacation to Albuquerque, New Mexico reminded both Mario and Mamá Anna of the climate of Sicily enough to move their family from Brooklyn to the beautiful Southwest and open the original Mario and Joe´s Restaurant using Mama Anná's "Made From Scratch" old family Sicilian Recipes. In 1980, Mario and Mamá Anna moved …

Sadie's of New Mexico

Address: 6230 4th Street NW, Albuquerque, NM 87107
Sadie's of New Mexico
If you’re looking for a mouth-watering experience, then come to Sadie’s! We’ve been serving up hot, heavenly plates made with the distinctive flavors of true New Mexican cuisine for over 60 years. What began as the owner’s zest for good food and friendly service, flourished into a family-owned business that’s known far and wide for its spicy dishes, exceptional staff, and of course, our incredible salsa!

Casa Chimayo Restaurant

Address: 409 West Water Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Casa Chimayo Restaurant
FEATURED ON DINERS, DRIVE-INS & DIVES! Casa Chimayo’s traditional approach to preparing New Mexican cuisine stems from Don Timoteo’s insistence that food is prepared in the tradition of his grandmother. New Mexican cuisine, or as Don Timoteo refers to it, "comida de Nueva España” has evolved from a blending of Spanish and Native American culture, ingredients, and traditions, resulting in a culinary experience like no other. Casa Chimayo serves authentic New Mexican dishes using non-gmo, heirloom, and organic ingredients as much as possible. Taste the authenticity in their red and green chile, “frijoles de la olla” (pinto beans), posole, flour …