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Competitions and Expansions

La Cumbre Brewing Co.  

continued their 4-year winning streak in the IPA category for New Mexico at the National IPA Championships.  

3313 Girard Blvd. NE 

505 Foodfights 

has announced the roster of amazing chefs competing in Season 3, which will begin on May 11 and end in February 2018Visit facebook.com/505foodfights for a complete list of the 16 competing chefs. 

Sahara Middle Eastern Eatery’s 

owners say they will be expanding into the Albuquerque Uptown Shopping Center with a 900-square-foot building in the northeast corner. They plan to offer most of their menu from the original location at 2622 Central Blvd. SE. 


Barbacoa El Primo 

The former food truck has opened a brick-and-mortar in the old Blakes Lotaburger location at the corner of Zuni Road and Adams Street. They will offer traditional lamb tacos and more. Buena suerte on their grand opening this weekend. 

314 Adams St. SE 

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Benjamin Webb has two decades of food experience in Albuquerque and loves to talk about the comings and goings of the city's food scene.

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