This is off the beaten path, in a higher end strip mall near a movie theater. Need a car to get here, but it's worth the drive. First, the atmosphere here is sort of "modern diner" with neon and retro touches. There is a full bar in the center and the place is large, so I imagine it would be noisy when crowded. We went for breakfast mid-week later and early breakfast on the weekend. Both times it wasn't crowded. Things that were delicious and different. Consider the french toast, which had a somewhat crunchy coating and came served with delicious maple marscopone cream as well as syrup. The ACE BLT is huge--a BLT with avocado and eggs on thick cut bread. All of the breads are house-made. We also had a chili relleno omelet which was good, but less unusual for Santa Fe. My husband declared it the best coffee we had all week--strong, but not bitter. Service was terrific. Prices were reasonable in the $10-12 range for large entrees.
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