I don't know how I didn't know about this place for so long, but am glad we found it. It's on 4th street south of El Pinto, and while I LOVE El Pinto, this is a far less expensive and still very excellent place to eat. The ambiance is...old. It's been there for something like 30 years! But it has interesting things to look at on the walls about it's history and the staff is always really nice. They are generous with the food and we always take home left-overs. The stuffed sopapillas are a little different--they call them "turnovers" and they sort of are a turnover more than the traditional sopapilla. If you want to experience old New Mexico and great food, this is definitely worth checking out!