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Placitas Restaurants

Blades' BistroBlades' Bistro
1102 reviews
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International | Placitas, Albuquerque

Excellent dining experience in all ways! Kevin and Anya are warm and friendly, and have created a superb, relaxed elegance with first rate food. We’ve been twice in three days, and will be back this week for more. So far we’ve enjoyed steak Adolph, Copenhagen style eggs Benedict ( with House smoked salmon instead of ham..... and I requested and loved having red Chile on the side), sole, and hue is rancheros. More

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Discover Placitas

North of Albuquerque, the town of Placitas beckons with the Rio Grande River and an abundance of restaurants. Bistros serve favorites like French onion soup gratinee and American cuisine while Mexican and New Mexican fare are composed of such classics as sopapillas, fried zucchini and enchiladas. Mexican-American dishes are also available at grills and cafes. And, New American fare adds to the abundant choices with burgers, pretzel bites and chicken and waffles as an alternative to New Mexican food. You can also find Asian cuisine as well as classic American. The official question in New Mexico is "Red or green?" That is asked in regard to which chile topping you prefer. If you want both, just say "Christmas.

Discover Placitas

North of Albuquerque, the town of Placitas beckons with the Rio Grande River and an abundance of restaurants. Bistros serve favorites like French onion soup gratinee and American cuisine while Mexican and New Mexican fare are composed of such classics as sopapillas, fried zucchini and enchiladas. Mexican-American dishes are also available at grills and cafes. And, New American fare adds to the abundant choices with burgers, pretzel bites and chicken and waffles as an alternative to New Mexican food. You can also find Asian cuisine as well as classic American. The official question in New Mexico is "Red or green?" That is asked in regard to which chile topping you prefer. If you want both, just say "Christmas.