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Family-Style Huevos Rancheros That Can’t Be Beat in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Family-Style Huevos Rancheros That Can’t Be Beat in Albuquerque, New Mexico
When you visit New Mexico, and you're hungry, you have to think Mexican food. While there are several excellent Mexican-style restaurants in the state, one of the best is Barelas Coffee House in Albuquerque.

Located in the South Valley, Barelas is unpretentious, casual; a place of, by and for the people, but don't assume this is just another local coffee shop. You may see corporate executives, high-ranking politicians and government movers and shakers sitting at the table next to you, quietly wolfing down warm tortillas along with their bowl of chili beans.
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Good Comida, Early California History on Los Angeles’ Olvera Street

Good Comida, Early California History on Los Angeles’ Olvera Street
We love really good Mexican food, and we love a really good story. We found both at La Golondrina Café and Historic Landmark on Olvera Street in downtown Los Angeles.

First the story. La Golondrina's roots go back to 1924 when Consuelo Castillo de Bonzo first opened the doors to La Misión Cafe on South Spring Street. An entrepreneurial and charismatic woman (born in Mexico, she and her widowed mother came to Los Angeles in 1899), she not only became an important voice among the growing Mexican community, but made many political contacts among city movers and shakers.
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