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Savor the Southwest

  

Albuquerque’s natural beauty is reason enough for us at FOODWORKS to fall in love with the city. From painted skies to picturesque mountains and rolling trails to the grand Rio Grande, the vistas in this high desert city are something to behold. And they’re just the backdrop. As the epicenter of Southwestern life, Albuquerque is ripe for exploring Native American culture and history stretching back thousands of years. (Plus, it will forever have bragging rights as the city where “Breaking Bad” was filmed.)

 As for our favorite topic at FOODWORKS—food—it’s the proverbial icing on the cake in Albuquerque. There is truly nothing like New Mexican cuisine, an intertwining of Mexican, Native American and Spanish flavors that highlights native ingredients like blue corn, squash and those famous red and green chiles—and there’s no better place in which to experience it than Albuquerque. Traditional Southwestern eateries happily exist alongside trend-setting chef-driven restaurants. The city’s diverse ethnic makeup means you can enjoy everything from banh mi to Neapolitan-style pizza. And did you know the Rio Grande Valley is the nation’s oldest wine-making region? It’s enough to keep our FOODWORKS team excited about what’s lies ahead in Albuquerque, aside from those gorgeous mountains.

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See how Foodworks is changing the food scene in the below cities.
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Boston

Behind its historic Federal-style facade lies a food scene that surprises and delights around every corner.

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Chicago

The Windy City is second to none when it comes to cool restaurants.
 

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Cincinnati

Culinary camaraderie runs deep in this Midwestern city.

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Columbus

Come explore this Midwestern magnet for big-city chefs looking to spread their creative wings.

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Denver

Go the distance in the Mile High City for excellent craft beer and much, much more.
 

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Detroit

Motor City takes pride in its neighborhood restaurants and so do we.
 

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Houston

The fourth largest U.S. city in the second largest state is cooking up big things.

 

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Madison

Hyperlocal cuisine (and plenty of cheese, sausage and beer) in a cool college town—what more could you want?

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Minneapolis

From sophisticated gastropubs to burger dives to craft donut shops, there’s nothing mini about Minneapolis dining.

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Philadelphia

There’s a lot to love in the City of Brotherly Love. Its historic food halls are a good place to start.

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Phoenix

It’s hot here—and getting hotter—thanks to our eclectic mix of partners.
 

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Tampa
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Washington D.C.

The nation’s capital has become a culinary capital.

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San Diego
Fish tacos and craft beer are just the start in sunny San Diego.  Learn more
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