Icon of homestyle New Mexican cuisine. Modest cafe since 1963 serving acclaimed New Mexican cuisine, including signature red chile.
2711 4th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87107, USA
1 year ago
Since 1963, Mary & Tito’s has been Albuquerque’s gold standard for carne adovada — a New Mexican-style pork dish stewed in red chile. (Eater named it one of America’s 38 Essential restaurants in 2018.) Descendants of founders Mary and Tito Gonzales still run the place, and have preserved the original recipes that earned the restaurant leagues of devoted regulars. The aforementioned red chile-stewed carne adovada should be your go-to, but no one will judge if you opt for a combination plate smothered in a savory and spicy green chile. [$]