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As I journeyed away from my home-town, I embraced living in the mist that shrouds the Pacific Northwest, and the dazzling heat of the Arizona desert. Each time I returned, I grew to know Albuquerque better.
Rather than asking it to meet my juvenile expectations, I embraced all the city affords.
Even if you aren’t a baseball fan, you can still grab a beer (the Isotopes Slammin’ Amber, perhaps? The wait for a table can be long at the original location on Fourth Street, but it’s well worth it. (at Santa Ana Star Casino in Bernalillo); (505) 771-7140; 5400 Academy Rd. Casa Rondeña You’ll be transported to Tuscany on a visit to this vineyard and wine tasting room in pastoral Los Ranchos de Albuquerque. Indigo Crow Café Technically, this bistro lies within the pastoral village of Corrales, just outside Albuquerque’s city limits.
You can also try one of the eatery’s other three locales. Although you should taste a flight of wines including the Cabernet Franc and Chardonnay, take home a bottle of the Meritage Red, a double gold-medal award winner. But part of what makes the Duke City so wonderful is the handful of lovely towns that form its greater patchwork.
Lunch offerings include dishes like duck enchiladas and scallop tacos. But if you want to go beyond perusing the art, Off Center also offers hours when anyone can create art in the studio space. Chatter Sunday Formerly known as the Church of Beethoven, this weekly gathering celebrates superb—mostly classical—music, poetry, and companionship in Las Puertas, a quirky warehouse space.
Tuesday—Thursday, 1–7 p.m.; Fridays, noon–5 p.m.; Saturdays, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Complimentary cappuccinos and delightful scones are served. Bear Canyon Arroyo Open Space As much as I enjoy the city, sometimes I need breathing space.
The Bear Canyon trails offer enough spurs through the high-desert landscape that you can extend your excursion from one mile to several. Albuquerque Isotopes The ballpark is one of the best places to pass a summer night in the city.
Zealous fans will root, root, root for our home minor-league-baseball team, a Colorado Rockies Triple-A outfit. Sadie’s of New Mexico Known for its spicy salsa and chile, this is a local favorite for good ol’-fashioned New Mexican food.
One of the country’s preeminent nuclear physicists lives around the corner.It’s a city with soul and wit that will crack a joke, then give you a sidelong glance to see if you’ve found the humor, too.It’s a city with unexpected interests and secret talents—home to filmmakers who take to the gun range on weekends, and to nurses who double as landscape painters.The breakfast menu includes New Mexican favorites like breakfast burritos and chilaquiles.Their blue-corn pancakes are the best I’ve tasted—ever. Off Center Community Arts Project This downtown arts hub offers networking and a small gallery space for local artists.