Truth or Consequences is a city in and the county seat of Sierra County, New Mexico, United States. In 2012, the population was 6,411. It is commonly known within New Mexico as T or C. It has frequently been noted on lists of unusual place names.
Things to do in Truth or Consequences
4.5 based on 510 reviews
We strive to create an environment where everyone feels welcome and comfortable. We aim to deliver a quality product in all of our food and drink items. We support our local community and artists of all types. In essence we are your neighbors and friends. Come enjoy our space and the food and drink we create with care. Everything we create is from scratch and made on the premises. Our food and drinks are not from a box or served from a microwave. We pride ourselves in offering food and drink options that you can't get anywhere else. Come in and enjoy.
Came here after a wonderful stay at The Blackstone. Very busy. Lady taking orders said to put the menu back where we got it. True service would have done that for patrons. They put your cups for beverages and your orders on a little shelf that separates the eating area from the kitchen. It gets rather confusing as to whose order is whose. My order got lost and my husband had to wait in a long line to ask about it. People who came in after we reordered got there orders ahead of mine. One of the workers did bring me a $5 gift card but said nothing re an apology. Just slapped the card down on our table. After another 10 minutes I asked the lady who took our order about mine. Our whole table had finished their food. She said very curtly, “They saw their error and are fixing it!” Finally got my waffle which was very good. Same lady had an empty pan of cinnamon rolls and was licking frosting off her fingers. Yuck! Looked into kitchen as we were leaving and the cook picked up something and ate it while she was working. Yuck again. Based on this visit I would never go back nor recommend.
4.5 based on 328 reviews
Eclectic and fresh, Latitude 33 fuses Asian flavors with local ingredients to create unexpected twists on some of your favorite Asian dishes.
I enjoyed dinner at Latitude 33 where they offer eclectic Asian inspired cuisine. With a bracelet from Riverbend Hotsprings, they offer a free salad. I had the peanut noodles which were delicious! Will go again.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
OMG. Seriously, OMG. These people make it all there -- the queso dip, the brisket, the pulled pork, the malted shakes... even the chips! The queso and chips are to die for, and the brisket taco -- well, it needs to be in a guidebook of very important roadside eats. This is one of those food joints that you thank God every time you go there, that's it's in your community. In this case, my community. Miss it only if you have no taste buds!
4.5 based on 252 reviews
The food was good although most of it is fried. The service was attentive. The decor was also appropriate for a seafood restaurant.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
Our building is an old Motor Court that was built in 1939. We have tried to keep some of the original features of the building such as the square windows. The building has been many types of businesses over the years and we are now working to keep it our restaurant. We are located on the corner of N. Date Street and 9th Avenue on the northwest corner. Across the street from Whitehead Auto Sales and O'Reilly Auto Parts. We are a full service Ice Cream Shop and Sandwich shop . We offer coffee, tea, nachos/cheese, super sized soft pretzels,Sandwiches, Hot Dogs,and Chili. Our new addition to our menu are Greek Gyros and Grilled Sandwiches . We also have Salad plates too. Vegetarian Chili and Gluten free products. Gluten free hot dog buns, gluten free bread, gluten free ice cream cones. Ice Cream Menu to include: Sundaes, cones, milkshakes, malts, fraps, Banana Splits, Hot Fudge Brownie Sundaes. We now offer custom cakes and Ice Cream Cakes, pies, and much more
Had to visit there. It's a little ice cream place. Nothing fancy just homey. The owner isn't afraid to try new things. Jalepeno ice cream and other ice cream with a twist. It a place where locals hangout to read and chat. Definitely somewhere to relax and cool off.
4 based on 81 reviews
This is the restaurant attached to the Elephant Butte Inn. I wanted to review it separate from the hotel, which has quite a few reviews on tripadvisor.
I hoped for a good meal since it was my birthday but I was actually dissapointed and did not hang around for desert. We arrived toward the end of Happy Hour but it was not very busy and we were helped right away. Upon entering, we were welcomed by an odor that may have originated from the grease trap, but it was bearable and we proceeded to a table. The tavern had several big screen TVs playing with various sports channels selected. My husband had the green chili stew and LOVED it. He ordered the bowl along with a tortilla. It was a good size helping, filling, and on the spicy side. I ordered the brisket burger on biochi bun with guacamole, and a side of sweet potatoe fries. The burger was a good size and very filling; however, the brisket was VERY dry. When I mentioned this to our waitress, Laura, her comment was "that's why I gave you the bbq sauce." If I wanted bbq, I would have ordered bbq. I read the reviews from other customers, and most were very favorable. I figure that I will come back on a different night and try a different dish when we are in the area again. Also, I would recommend the Ivory Tusk Tavern because one dry brisket burger is not representative of their menu.
4.5 based on 122 reviews
The Restaurant at Sierra Grande is a casual dining establishment led by Chef Taffy Glenn. We offer New Mexico based Wines and Beers to go along with a variety of menu options such as Bison, Antelope, Trout and Quail.
This small but lovely dining room in the Sierra Grande Lodge was a surprise and a delight...diverse menu, beautiful presentation and affordable prices. We had both dinner and breakfast there...I recommend the pasta with a chili sauce for dinner and the lox and bagel was fresh and yummy.
4 based on 39 reviews
Pleasant, local popular place where you are always welcome. Home-cooking, greeted at some point while you're there by the owner. Not fancy, but great place to be. Fish buffet on Friday nights with real mashed potatoes and gravy. You will even find some paperback books to exchange.
4.5 based on 111 reviews
Grapevine Bistro, located in the heart of T or C, excels to embody the good-natured charm of our small town vibe. Enjoy breakfast or lunch from our eclectic southwest inspired menu and peruse the art works of area artists. Let the morning sunshine guide your appetite and order up one of our local free range egg melodies prepared with fresh ingredients. At lunchtime, feast upon our variety of custom salads and sandwiches all while experiencing a unique and jovial atmosphere. No matter the time of day The Grapevine Bistro wants to deliver quality health conscious food to all who come through our doors.
Rose at her second hand shop on Broadway recommended my wife and I eat breakfast while in town at the Grapevine Bistro. We found it to be a laid-back, cozy, brightly painted restaurant filled with locals and out-of-towners like us. Mario's establishment is open daily, serving breakfast and lunch. The freshly prepared breakfasts we ordered took quite a while to arrive, and my request for scrambled eggs instead of over-easy, had not been heeded, requiring sending back my huevos rancheros for a revamping. My dish, which came with black bean patties atop Hatch green Chile sauce, diced potatoes drizzled with queso fresco, crumbles of feta cheese, a few chorizo sausage morsels and topped with 2 scrambles, was worth the wait. My wife's migas,a cheesy dish with onion and corn torilla strips with crema and salsa on the side, proved a big hit. Although several types of coffee and hot tea were available, we stuck with water and walked out with a bill under $20. Not bad for a creative and tasty breakfast like we enjoyed.
4 based on 38 reviews
There are all sorts of styles of food at Big Food, with a great outdoor area during the few days eating outside is fun in southern New Mexico. Great burgers, good fries, and several of the Americanized Asian meals are decent, too.
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