Aztec (Navajo: Kinteel) is a city and county seat of San Juan County, New Mexico, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 6,763. The Aztec Ruins National Monument is located on the north side of the city.
Things to do in Aztec
4.5 based on 31 reviews
We always stop here if it is before 1:00 pm in our travels. My favorite is the breakfast salad and my husband loves the smothered burrito platter - but everything we have had is great. The coffee drinks are wonderful as well. Very homey, local atmosphere. Good wifi spot. Not sure why it is not always packed...
Lots of choices for every type from veggie to meat and potato lovers. Good fresh food. And colorful wait staff.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
We looked on Tripadvisor for lunch ideas after our visit to Aztec Ruins. As it was getting close to 3 pm, we had to hurry to find a decent food place that still served lunch.
So we got to this little restaurant and enjoyed a wonderful dish of chicken fried rice, a green seafood curry and a red chicken curry. Portions are generous and the price is right.
Nothing fancy, nice atmosphere, friendly service and great food. Who wants more?
4.5 based on 23 reviews
I had been going to the Vanilla Moose for a few years and it was fine, generic pre made soft serve, but it was fine and the people polite
Then a new person was behind the counter, a young blonde woman
When I drove up she was talking to a man at the counter, the only other person there but me.
She said "Just a second!" ...I waited...as they flirted with each other and after a couple of minutes, of her serving no one ice cream,,,and as she continued to bend over the counter towards the man,...she repeated "I'll be just a minute!"
Well, it was a few more minutes, before she managed to break up her little flirt session with the man at the counter then she took my order, and was none too friendly then, either
Not being one to hold grudges, I tried again in a few weeks...same young woman, and a DIFFERENT man.
Same behaviour. she was leaned WAY over the counter towards him, and flirting away, as she said "Just a minute!"
A few minutes passed...then again..."It'll be just a moment...."
It was few more minutes
There was no one else there but myself and the fellow she flirted with
She served him no ice cream that I saw
I have not returned
4 based on 92 reviews
My wife and I just dined at Rubia's. I had the taco special chicken and my wife had alcarte chili relleno and a beef taco. It was all very poor. Anybody who recommends this place should have their head examined. This restaurant must improve their offerings or it is destined to fail. If you are thinking about patronizing this restaurant, I would recommend going to any fast food place and save yourself twenty dollars. The bill was $27.12 included were two beers which were good.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Love the great customer service and friendly smile every afternoon! Really enjoy my custom drink that Angela made up for me when I couldn't decide what I wanted. They really go out of their way to make you happy!
4 based on 2 reviews
I am admittedly a Salted Caramel Truffle Blizzard snob. Asked if I could get it made with chocolate ice cream and was accommodated. What was special was the amount of chocolate covered caramels I got, there must of been at least two in every spoonful! Best I have had.
4 based on 67 reviews
Dined here with friends from Farmington. We are on our annual fishing trip to the San Juan River. Honestly I was hesitant, Chinese food in New Mexico. We started with a huge bowl of wonton soup...excellent. we shared 4 dishes plus rice and noodles. Was impressed with all. Highly recommend.
3 based on 1 reviews
Located in Safeway this starbucks could be better if they had better trained baristas.
Have to explain how to make my drink most of the time.
Seating area is very small and not special in anyway (right by the deli with no
seperation) Usually have to wait quite a while for my drink. Many times
snacks are very limited and/or old and stale. Would like to see this place do better.
I would frequent more if things were better because I do love the espresso and coffee drinks they make.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
...had to stop and get a cheeseburger on my travels.... This is as close to In-and-Out as you are going to get for fast-food burgers. If you are used to In-and-Out, make sure you stop here if you are in New Mexico...
The burgers are cooked to order... The fries are excellent (try the seasoned fries)... I also ordered a breakfast bacon burrito and it was HUGE!!!! It was wonderful...
You can watch the cooking, so you know it is good.
The help is wonderful - quick -polite, and they do their job well...
4 based on 25 reviews
It's always fun to go to a restaurant that you remember from your youth. A great frosty mug of A&W root beer and quality food is waiting for you. Whether you use the carhops or dine inside it's a fun experience to go back in time.
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