From the appetizers to the offerings this old standby remains at the top end of the list in Albuquerque. It is a formal feel with a 'Ranchers' setting. If you didn't like the feel of a formal 'Bonanza' dining room in the old days you will like this ambience.
Steak is great, try the bone in rib eye. The vegetables are tasty, try the potatoes au gratin, with a hint of chile, and the deserts can be flambéed, try the creme brule or the bananas foster.
A nice attached bar with piano. The staff is friendly and welcoming.
Is there a downside, well the check can be described as high end, but then you know the old saying…. you get what you pay for.
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