NY Times Names 5 Places To Go in Downtown Albuquerque:
Two Loan Fund Clients
Made The List
Juan and David Certain, political refugees of late-1990s Colombia, opened this single-estate coffeehouse in 2013, using only beans bred from their grandfather’s farm in the hills of Piendamó Cauca, a small town in central Colombia. Cozy up in one of the burlap-upholstered armchairs and watch the stylish denizens file in and out.
311 Gold Avenue SW, 505-363-9453, thebrewabq.com.
This art space is at the core of the city’s diverse artisanal sensibility. Home to contemporary Southwestern ephemera, the space has served as an incubator for other artists and curators since opening 11 years ago. It also houses an essential map that guides visitors to galleries and hidden murals downtown.
516 Central Avenue SW, 505-242-1445, 516arts.org.
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