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Santa Ana Pueblo Restaurants

Prairie Star Restaurant & WinebarPrairie Star Restaurant & Winebar
1439 reviews
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Contemporary American | Santa Ana Pueblo, Albuquerque

Excellent value and dining experience. Will definitely go back. More

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Discover Santa Ana Pueblo

Per the 2000 census, 479 lucky souls call New Mexico's Santa Ana Pueblo home. The locals love the area not only because of its gorgeous scenery and state-of-the-art casino but because of the fantastic restaurants. American comfort food—especially barbecue—is cooked to perfection here, and their casino's all-you-can-eat buffet features a wide variety of foods and food types. Even the pickiest of eaters will find something to rave about. Many restaurants in the area also place a unique focus on Southwestern foods. They combine the spices and seasonings of the West with the preparation and frying styles of the South. The combination is delicious. Don’t hesitate to try statewide specialties in breakfast burritos and carne adovada—especially because Santa Ana Pueblo manages to put a small, local twist on the dishes.

Discover Santa Ana Pueblo

Per the 2000 census, 479 lucky souls call New Mexico's Santa Ana Pueblo home. The locals love the area not only because of its gorgeous scenery and state-of-the-art casino but because of the fantastic restaurants. American comfort food—especially barbecue—is cooked to perfection here, and their casino's all-you-can-eat buffet features a wide variety of foods and food types. Even the pickiest of eaters will find something to rave about. Many restaurants in the area also place a unique focus on Southwestern foods. They combine the spices and seasonings of the West with the preparation and frying styles of the South. The combination is delicious. Don’t hesitate to try statewide specialties in breakfast burritos and carne adovada—especially because Santa Ana Pueblo manages to put a small, local twist on the dishes.