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Treat your taste buds: Explore Los Ranchos restaurants.

Los Ranchos Restaurants

Vernon's SpeakeasyVernon's Speakeasy
3215 reviews
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Steak | Los Ranchos, Albuquerque

......A respite from many a fine but noisy, overly priced, self important restaurant. Vernon’s Speakeasy was a find! We were desperate to avoid the usual travel venues and are ones to relish good food and excellent service. Even the venue, which is fun, was overshadowed by the food and old fashioned straightforward service. If only we knew we were going to be back in town again soon.... More

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Discover Los Ranchos

Los Ranchos might border New Mexico's most populated city, Albuquerque, but the gorgeous village has impressively maintained its independence and rural overall nature. Los Ranchos's unique style and commitment to heritage are apparent through its restaurants. As you'd expect, a sizable variety of Mexican eateries populate the village, and these establishments offer affordable and authentic dishes. Thai, Chinese, and American restaurants can also be found in the area, so most diners will be able to enjoy an appealing food type. What's more, Los Ranchos foods are cooked with locally grown vegetables and ingredients, so they offer a taste of Los Ranchos, not just a taste of the state. Visitors should save room for local specialties like stuffed sopapillas and posole.

Discover Los Ranchos

Los Ranchos might border New Mexico's most populated city, Albuquerque, but the gorgeous village has impressively maintained its independence and rural overall nature. Los Ranchos's unique style and commitment to heritage are apparent through its restaurants. As you'd expect, a sizable variety of Mexican eateries populate the village, and these establishments offer affordable and authentic dishes. Thai, Chinese, and American restaurants can also be found in the area, so most diners will be able to enjoy an appealing food type. What's more, Los Ranchos foods are cooked with locally grown vegetables and ingredients, so they offer a taste of Los Ranchos, not just a taste of the state. Visitors should save room for local specialties like stuffed sopapillas and posole.