Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in Los Lunas, New Mexico, United States. 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.
Things to do in Los Lunas
Arby's is a leading global quick-service restaurant company operating and franchising over 3,400 restaurants worldwide. Arby's was the first nationally franchised, coast-to-coast sandwich chain and has been serving fresh, craveable meals since it opened i
This trip, we ordered the French dip sandwiches, one with "curly fries" and one with onion rings. The sandwiches had everything they needed to be good, except flavor. I suppose they have to make everything bland so that the average customer doesn't have problems when they eat, but these things were without any flavor at all. We ended up slathering them with "horsey sauce" so we could eat them. I would have used "Arby's Sauce" (BBQ?) but the dispenser was completely missing from the condiment bar. The "curly fries" were curly, but very greasy and without any heat whatsoever. They used to offer regular fries as an option, but we saw no reference on this visit. The Onion Rings were very good. By the way, the Arby's menu is one of the hardest to read/comprehend I have ever seen; it is even worse than the one at the McDonald's across the street. Overall, this visit was typical of 99% of my fast food visits in the past few years: lukewarm/cold food served by people who wish they were somewhere else, and don't want to be "bothered" by those "pesky customers".
2 based on 39 reviews
I took a group of business associates here (3rd time). Today's visit had the appetizers of zucchini and mushrooms overcooked and the chicken wings almost turned to burnt offerings. However the entree's (two prime rib sandwiches, 2 orders of 1/2 rack ribs and 1 Rueben sandwich) were really good although the new cook forgot the Russian / 1000 island dressing on the Rueben. Cost is not out of site. I paid $110 for 5 hungry guys.
A warm and inviting local cafe in the heart of New Mexico, the Branch Bistro offers fresh-baked pastries, lunch specials, excellent local coffee and a book, music and gift shop to indulge your imagination. Enjoy a cup in a peaceful and happy atmosphere to
The best frozen coffees made. In my opinion beats St**bu**s anyday. Home made burritos for breakfast are awesome, the sandwiches and soups are great as well. A cozy little dining area in the front and a neat little gift shop in the back.
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Every time I order a burger from these guys, it falls apart when I try to eat it. Way too much sauce, mayo, whatever they put on that particular style of sandwich. The buns fall apart, too. What ever happened to real hamburgers? Back in the day, they were never like this. Haven't had a hot french fry from these guys in years; they always seem to be lukewarm by the time they are served.
3 based on 43 reviews
For more than 65 years Denny's has been bringing people together over great food. It's the place where people can relax and be themselves; where they can enjoy classic American comfort food and everyday value. 24 hours a day. 365 days a year. Here, you ca
My husband and I stopped at this Denny's for lunch on our trip to Tucson. We were seated quickly, given menus, ordered and were brought our drinks, and were assured our waitress would be right with us. We waited, while others were being helped, and finally asked a waitress what the hold up was. She went into the back and I could see that she talked to a person, who, I assume, was supposed to be our server. She looked at us, turned her back and ignored us. The other waitress talked to her again, and she simply walked away. At that point, we decided to leave, so we asked at the front how much the drinks were, and were told they were free, and the person was sorry. I asked how come some other waitress could not take our order and they can deal with this other problem later, and was told they were sorry. Denny's in general has not been as friendly or as fast at service in several places. We used to be regulars at Denny's wherever we went. It will be a long time before we go there again. We ate instead, at the Wendy's across the way. Good fast friendly service, good food, and we were on our way.
3 based on 27 reviews
I have been a fan of Chilis for several decades and have enjoyed the great burgers, fajitas, chips, salsa, guacmole, and other great menu items over the years. The wild card factor with this brand is the wide variation in service, cleanliness and sometimes even food quality. This restaurant fits into the low end of the wildcard draw. We did visit on a weekend night but that should not be a reason to serve up average. The restaurant looked unkept. My chili was served almost room temperature, they were out of one of the side items but our server was personable. Overall, while this is not a bad choice, there are probably several other better values within a few miles of this Chili's.
3 based on 47 reviews
Talk about slow service and wait staff that is more into talking about going out and trading tables then they are concerned with actual customers We ordered steaks, never had a problem before when ordering. Our steaks were nearly impossible to cut into, no joke. Even my husband couldnt cut his to choke it down. Our sides were cold. Waitress dropped off food and never came back until the end of a 35 min wait for someone to notice we were not eating. Even at that the waitress just dropped off the check and never came back. No manager came to see us when we asked for one. Never had refills on drinks. Applebees has gone down since the time before that we ate in September and the service was excellent but food was terrible.
4 based on 31 reviews
Went there for lunch, and thought I would order one of their classic burgers (one of my favorites), which is admittedly, a very popular menu item.Low and behold, I was told that they were "out of hamburgers" because they just had a large group of people (school administrators) "who all ordered hamburgers", and they "ran out". Sorry, but that is a bit hard to believe; the place just isn't that big, and it just doesn't sound all that plausible. I ordered something else, and yes, is was good, but it just wasn't the same as getting what one wanted during one's original decision to go to a restaurant. Maybe they could have paid more attention to the inventory??? Sent someone to the grocery store (literally) across the street??? I was disappointed.Thank you for the review, we appreciate you letting us know how we did. I am sorry that your visit was not an enjoyable one due to that specific location running out of hamburgers. If you wouldn't mind responding back to this with a good number or email to reach you at that would be great. We would like to make this up to you. We want all of our guests to leave happy and satisfied, and that was not the case for you. Weck's Restaurants
4 based on 27 reviews
Had the most awesome Grilled Cheese Sandwich there and it was HUGE. Enough for a coupe of meals. The other diners with me tried the pot pie and another type of sandwich and they were all tasty. Atmosphere is very laid back and seating is limited but worth the trip.
4 based on 109 reviews
We decided to drive from Albuquerque down to a small town on the Rio Grande called Los Lunas. In the center of the old town is a beautiful old 19th century home, now a restaurant, called Luna Mansion. Since it was Fatherâs Day and we had a late afternoon dinner planned by my daughter, we thought a brunch would be in order.Turned out to be a wonderful and very reasonably priced meal. My wife ordered a kind of brioche sandwich with scrambled eggs, bacon, local green chile and cheese, plus a salad for $11 and I ordered the âRoute 66â for $16.My meal was the Luna Mansionâs take on the old western favorite, steak and eggs. In this case, the chef put together a filet with two eggs, hash browns (of course) and a special red chile cream sauce.We started with their special drinks of the day, My wife ordered a Bloody Mary and I had a glass of champagne, each for $6. These âeye openersâ were perfect for us and seemed to match the mood of the old mansion.Nice way to start off Fatherâs Day!By the way, Luna Mansion is a steakhouse of some renown, with really fine steaks featuring some interesting garnishes, mostly with a touch of New Mexico. I will review their steaks next time we are in the area.
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