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My wife and I took a trip to Mountainair today. Even though the town was small, it had many interesting restaurants. The coffee here was excellent and the service was friendly and fast! I hope to return soon 👍
We stopped midmorning after leaving from Albuquerque. The ice tea and breakfast we received were so fresh and so delicious and so reasonable. The chopped green chili on top of the hue is rancheros was fresh and so tasty. The papitas, burrito and hash browns...were excellent. The service is friendly and the ambiance so laid back cool. Love this place.More
Fun menu with some unusual sandwiches, i.e. burger with pastrami and bacon, too big for one person! Nice home style sweet potato fries, thin round slices freshly fried. Delicious creamy latte.... Food order takes a little while as it’s all made from scratch when you...order. Pick a book from the loaded bookshelves and read while you wait.
The books are free...kids’ books, too.
Mountainair is a quiet little town in the middle of several historic Pueblo sites. The drive from Tijeras is a gorgeous winding mountain road with very little traffic.More
Very nice cafe in the small town of Mountainair. It opens at 6am ... which is just fine with me. Any later and it is not breakfast. I was the only one there at 6am on a Friday morning. Service was prompt and courteous and...the food was great. I had the "Leroy" breakfast because it came with potatoes.
Note about Mountainair: one of the less friendly places that I have ever experienced. Everyone seems to be on edge or suspicious. But the staff at the Alpine Alley was very nice and attentive.More
Faye and staff is always friendly and welcoming. Coffee is their custom blend and grind of fresh roasted beans from a roaster in Phoenix. Espresso is smooth, rich and will set your day straight! While I was there this trip, a couple form the mid-west...was raving about the pastrami sandwich. I have to agree, the Alpine Alley choice for pastrami is the best. Good vegetarian burritos. Faye and crew make everything fresh. Homemade red and green chile is outstanding, and yes, they have customers that will stop in and purchase a quart of chili.More