This restaurant was built in 1785, so that reason alone would prompt me to want to visit. We went for dinner and had a delicious meal of short ribs, blue corn enchiladas, and cheese quesadillas. The service was wonderful and the food was incredibly delicious. We came back the next day for lunch and were even more enamored with the High Noon. We had a fish tacos which were outstanding and the seafood enchiladas. Everything was just delicious, including the Belgium pilsner on draft, and when I return to Albuquerque, I will go back to the High Noon!
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