Los Lunas is a village in Valencia County, New Mexico, in the United States. As of the 2010 census, the village population is 14,835 inside the village limits due to the new housing developments at El Cerro de Los Lunas (Huning Ranch). It is the county seat of Valencia County.
Restaurants in Los Lunas
4.5 based on 14 reviews
We are craftspersons and artists with a co-op gallery of unique and original fine art and crafts. We are located in Tome, New Mexico right on the historic Camino Real.
This is home to many local artisans and the products that they have created. The place looks small from the outside but has numerous rooms full of art work that is worth looking through. Also helps support the local area!
4.5 based on 55 reviews
Finally made it to Harvey House Museum in Belen. Wow! Amazing renovation & incredible photos and historic stories!
Allocate lots of time! We spent hours and could have spent hours more!
Right next to the R/R so got to see heavy R/R traffic- walk the grounds and stop at the neat gift shop!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
This small pueblo is devoted to farming and is famous for its church.
Maybe the oldest village at Albuquerque area. Located at apx. 15miles south from Albuquerque. Drive via I-25.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
I grew up around the plaza of the village of Tome. As kid we would climb the hill at least three or four times a year for fun. There are several paths to go up. Most people today either use the West Path or the South Path to go up. On Good Friday before Easter Sunday, many people tend to climb the hill as a part of the religious pilgrimage and show their christian fath. On weekends you may see a few people climb the hill just for fun and to say they did it. It would also be worth the time to seek out the historical side of the hill and the meaning of the crosses on top.
There are no restaurants, bathrooms, no modern facilities. It is just a hill that locals like to climb to enjoy the view and maybe say a prayer or two.
3 based on 35 reviews
I think Good Sam may want to revisit this place to change their ratings. If you don't mind ant infestations, horribly uneven dirt RV spots, standing water that's inches deep throughout the RV park and showers built for toddlers....then this is your place. At best, I would give this place a 7/7/7. Not a total loss but the Good Sam ratings are wildly misleading. I think there's some rebuilding going on (hopefully) so maybe that's the deal. I almost forgot...prepare for an inflated fee if you need to park an extra vehicle. Flat fee of $22 for one day or 100 days. (Un)fortunately we only stayed for one day so we got reamed with the full $22. On the plus side, the lake nearby is the saving grace for this place. I would do your research and shop around before you stay here.
4 based on 11 reviews
Locals love their custom made big chicken pies or seasoned rotisserie chickens to take home with one of their signature salads and a fresh loaf of bread! Tiny restaurant, but always delicious food, with a lot of the produce grown on the premises.
5 based on 2 reviews
See, touch and feed the alpacas. Feel the wonderful fiber. We have some product for sale. See what you can do with alpaca fiber.
My youngest granddaughter (4) adores llamas. She had no idea there is a difference between alpacas adn llamas so we got away with taking her there. She loved it. Bill and his wife were welcoming and informative. The granddaughters had a wonderful time feeding and learning about the animals.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Really off the beaten path, this 16 year old one man winery really shows it has been a labor of love. The tasting room is located at the back of his house in a large add on room that also serves as his operation center. Tasting his wines amidst all the equipment is instructive, interesting, and something different from the usual. We liked all the wines, and especially the sweet white - Oñate Gold
He asked where we were from in Texas, and after finding out, he told us of a couple from our town that makes bi-monthly trips to his winery and buy cases at a time. Turns out we know them, and the next time they go, they are going to pickup a case for us!!
The owner says he is going to move his wine tasting to a commercial location in a couple of months. Hope it has the same warm friendly atmosphere.
5 based on 1 reviews
Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 12:30pm — 3:30pm - Head SOUTH from Los Lunas on NM Highway 314. - At the Allsup’s in Los Chavez, on NM 314, turn EAST into the southern entrance of Mid Valley Air Park. - Go EAST over the railroad tracks. This is ELAINE DR. - Continue NORTH to 39 ELAINE DR(We are on left, yellow hanger with 3 white strips, park in back). - If you reach MID VALLEY DRIVE, you went to far.
I recently took my two year old grandson to watch the model trains run during one of their times that they are open to the public. It so happened that a friend of mine was there with his model trains so it was a special treat. We had a wonderful time watching the trains but they also had a small set for children to play with. Wee there for a couple of hours and my grandson was not ready to leave. We will be back again soon to visit. Thanks to the folks from the club for being such good hosts to all of us...
3.5 based on 113 reviews
I was under the mistaken impression that this is a smoke free casino. Far from it. The place is filthy and stinks. The staff are happy to offer smoking and blow it in your face. I left within 5 mins. and discovered that the smoke free casino is a sister one 6 miles away. As the reviews for it are so bad (Palace West) I didn't bother to try it.
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