I grew up visiting this restaurant and gallery for holidays and fun parties. It used to be out at the edge of town; now there are low-rise light industrial and business hotels backed right up to it. Still some nice wild spaces within view of the dining terrace. And the food was great! They get meat and produce from farmers who sell at a farmers market that the restaurant hosts on their property on Saturday.
- huevos rancheros, or a variation anyway: New Mexico green chile, poached eggs and beans in corn tortilla "bowls".
- ham & asparagus omelet
- eggs benedict
- coffee cake
- watermelon and grapes; arrived with the coffee cake, along with the menus