Plaza Hacienda, Albuquerque

Plaza Hacienda, Albuquerque

Plaza Hacienda is a great place to shop and dine while visiting Old Town Albuquerque. Visitors walk through traditional adobe buildings to find souvenirs or enjoy southwestern cuisine.

Within Plaza Hacienda is Backstreet Grill, a southwestern restaurant with local New Mexico beers on tap. Hacienda Del Rio offers Mexican-American meals within a historical building.

Genuine Southwest is an art gallery that only features work from New Mexico. Gallery 8 has jewelry and pottery with a distinct southwestern accent.

Southwestern Handcrafts is a southwestern gift shop. It is a good place to find authentic souvenir items to take home or give to others. Another good spot for shopping is Old Town Olive. Visitors can join the tasting room.

Visitors will enjoy stopping at any or even all of these spots in Plaza Hacienda. Those who don't wish to shop will still enjoy the atmosphere of the area that is only steps away from the Old Town Plaza and the San Felipe de Neri Church.

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Plaza Hacienda on Map

Sight Name: Plaza Hacienda
Sight Location: Albuquerque, USA (See walking tours in Albuquerque)
Sight Type: Shopping
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Walking Tours in Albuquerque, New Mexico

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