Bobcat Bite

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    So our trip could probably end now... we made it to Bobcat Bite. The woman who owns the place was in house, and was every bit as pleasant as she is in all the TV specials. We ate on the covered porch, and boy howdy, was it tasty. We'll be stopping back for t-shirts.

    1. uberculture 65 months ago | reply

      That place was great... I have to say, the food in New Mexico was hit or miss... a lot of disappointments along the way, but the Bobcat Bite and the Shed both stood out as the best food on the whole trip.

    2. Eathing The Road 65 months ago | reply

      Dang....I didn't get to The Shed. What type of food do they have and what was good? I went to a few good places. I really liked Cafe Castro...and Harry's Roadhouse.

    3. uberculture 65 months ago | reply

      The shed had enchiladas, adovada, etc... see

      And their menu:

      We stopped at the roadhouse, but we were so full we could only get coffee...

      Next time we go, we want to spend more time in Albuquerque. We only spent one night there, and wasted our dinner at the Standard. I wasn't too pleased with that place.

    4. Eathing The Road 65 months ago | reply

      Wahhhhhh!?!!??! I had one of my best meals ever at Standard Diner:

      What'd you have? What was wrong?

    5. uberculture 65 months ago | reply

      We started with Calamari, which was actually pretty good...

      Then I had the bourbon butter burger. I thought it was a little heavy handed. Just incredibly sweet, with no background seasoning. I ordered medium rare, and it was very overcooked. The slaw was severely underseasoned, and was only passable after I drowned it in malt vinegar and added salt to it. My wife had fish and chips, which was also underseasoned and flavorless. I'll give them credit on concept, atmosphere, and some of the small touches, but when the two mains were so bland, it was just a disappointment.

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