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Finding Reason, an exh...
April 4, 2014 (6:00 pm)
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Duke City Saints Live!
April 19, 2014 (9:00 am)
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Jazz under the Stars
April 19, 2014 (6:00 pm)
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2014 New Restaurant Report
Review
Thursday, 17 April 2014

Twenty-one new Duke City Restaurants are proof that the local dining scene is bursting at the seams

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Illustration by Kevin Hopper
Introduction by Justin De La Rosa
Stories by Justin De La Rosa + Kevin Hopper + Mike English

It’s spring in Albuquerque, which means it is time to get back out there to see what’s sprouting around the city. Albuquerque continues to change and evolve into something new every day. What’s the most exciting part about the Duke City’s growth? The new restaurants, of course!

Local iQ’s writing staff has been hard at work tracking down some of the latest and greatest restaurants that have opened over the past year. Trust us, it is hard work sampling all the tasty new cuisines out there. But how are we supposed to give you an informed opinion if we haven’t done thorough research?

In the pages that follow, you will find a fairly comprehensive guide to new nosh spots in the city. We’ve got the bases covered for you, from fine dining to hot dogs, breakfast through dinner. Now it’s time for you to flip through the New Restaurant Report and find a new favorite!

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Spike your morning brew and win friends
Cocktails
Thursday, 17 April 2014
ImageBy Randy Kolesky
We all know that if we sat down at the breakfast table with a martini, we’d have friends, family and lovers performing an intervention and shipping us off to 30 days of supervised funless reflection and group therapies. If, however, we sit down at the breakfast nook with a tasty-flavored, vodka-spiked iced coffee, everyone — and I mean everyone — will want to be our friend.
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Spring and peas go together like ...
Recipe
Thursday, 17 April 2014
ImageBy Nelle Bauer
Recently, and quite quickly, the Duke City broke into vibrant color, and birds turned up the volume on chirp and tweet. Overnight, spring arrived to liven and lighten what was turning out to be a long and heavy winter season.
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Be it 'Scottish' or 'Scotch,' pour yourself a dram
Beer
Wednesday, 16 April 2014
 
ImageBy Seth Hall
A friend and I were discussing the vote for Scottish independence that is coming up in September and — despite what an idyllic scotophile would want — the conclusion was that, at this point, Scotland cannot yet be economically independent from the United Kingdom. That conversation leads to this column. Here, I will focus on Scottish ale, Scotch ale and whiskey ales — and lucky us, we have most of these locally to boot.
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Ready, set, grow
Markets
Friday, 04 April 2014
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Special Downtown Growers’ Spring Market marks the launch of a new season
 
By Natalie Gaik
I am ashamed to admit that I have never been to a growers’ market in Albuquerque, but I plan on changing that this spring. After talking with Gina Meyers, the market manager for Albuquerque’s Downtown Growers’ Market, I realized how much I’ve been missing. “A good way to describe the atmosphere is that it’s vibrant,” said Meyers. “The location is a big part of that, as well as the live music.”
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Why you got fruit in your whiskey?
Cocktails
Thursday, 03 April 2014
ImageBy Randy Kolesky
A long time ago, man pounded on simple percussion instruments fashioned from what nature laid at his feet. Man sang songs and found ways to make twangy noises from stringy things. Man blew into hollow reeds. Man made the saxophone and the French horn. Blues begat rock ‘n’ roll. Jazz popped out of the gumbo of musical influences of the riverboat cities of New Orleans, Kansas City and Chicago. New York and L.A. tried to steal it all for themselves.
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