James Tearoom where you can enjoy the company of friends, try on fancy hats, sip tea with pinkies up and sample an array of savory bites and sweet treats. Well Paisano’s starts with toothsome homemade noodles (also available gluten-free) that are rolled, cut and cooked to order.
Even if you desire these heavenly gifts in the early morning, you can tuck away the six pack you bought earlier.
To eat all-you-can-eat of India Grill’s diverse lunch buffet, you only need to shell out $13.
The Tewa Taco or “Indian Taco” features all your traditional taco filling and toppings, but instead of a boring hard corn taco shell, you get to up your taco game with a gigantic piece of Native American fry bread.
If you need an afternoon pick-me-up but you’re in a fancy kind of mood, head over to the St.
You can pretend you’re eating at Los Pollos Hermanos, too, as you might recognize your Twisters as the location of the infamous Sopapillas are hot puffs of fried dough and a classic New Mexican dessert. Padilla’s are the right combination of chew and fluffiness with a light crispy exterior. The Grove Cafe & Market is where you can satisfy all your brunch cravings with mainstays like their croque madame or one of their brunch specials like a Pulled Pork Fried Egg Sandwich with local coffee cured pork, housemade BBQ sauce, ranch slaw & a sunny side egg on toasted brioche.