Located in the heart of Native America, Gallup is enriched by the cultures of numerous First Nations, including Zuni, Hopi, Acoma and Laguna Pueblo and Navajo people as well as Latin American communities. The city boasts vibrant native arts, ceremonies, jewelry and cuisine representing its blend of cultures. The land surrounding Gallup holds many mysteries and adventures as well, from the High Desert Trail System and the Mentmore Rock Climbing area to sacred Mt. Taylor and the Church Rock Trail.
Things to do in Gallup
4.5 based on 534 reviews
This was recommended by our hotel staff as well as trip advisor. Small place on side street, clearly a local favorite. Good food friendly efficient staff. Some local vendors walk they restaurant selling wares from pillows to purses to jewelry. Personally I prefer Earls to Jerry’s but you cant beat the Mexican food here
4.5 based on 65 reviews
Stopped here early in the AM because no other place in Gallup was open. Glad the others were closed. Friendly staff. They serve more than just baked items – also have sandwiches, subs, burgers and of course a good selection of donuts and other baked goods. There are tables for sitting. Service was good – burrito was served quickly and was excelent. Also had a donut, which was delicious.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
Gallup Coffee Company is a micro-roaster coffee shop that serves high quality coffee and espresso beverages, as well as teas and other drinks. Coffee is roasted on location, and baked goods are made in house and available all day.
Gallup Coffee Company is one of two great Coffee Place in Down Town Gallup, the service is great and the coffee and snacks are awesome!Thank you!
4.5 based on 672 reviews
Not a chain, Badlands offers true New Mexico hospitality and taste- for those of you traveling through, it's the place where locals go when they want a meal that's truly a cut above the rest, and relax with friends and neighbors. There's no dress code...no pretentiousness...just beef that's been wet-aged for 21 days, cut in-house and cooked to order...combine these with an ice cold beer or excellent bottle of wine... and you've got the stuff a cattleman's dreams are made of!
We get to Gallup once a year for our Indian jewelry buying requirements. It is a busy few days, and we get a chance to try a number of different places in town. We have definitely have our favorites! Although the Badlands is not the...MoreThank You! We hope to see you soon. William
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Gallup's ONLY drive thrus coffee hut serving WORLD CLASS espresso drinks and teas from around the world!
We stopped here at 10 AM on our way to Flagstafff.......and since we had already had our morning coffee, treated ourselves to two large Mocha's for our drive West. They were expertly prepared by a friendly barista, and we were set for the ride. Awesome. Don't miss this small outpost close to Earl's Diner - North side of Rt. 66. If you pass it, it is easy to turn around and return. (I am well experienced !!)
4.5 based on 164 reviews
I had a late lunch here recently and the positive reviews are very accurate. It's a nice little place and even at 2 PM it was very busy. It's in a residential area, and has a sizable parking lot and there's also plenty of street parking around. I started with the chips and salsa and they were very good. Their salsa was excellent and very flavorful with just the right amount of medium heat. I ordered the stuffed sopapilla and it was very good. I asked if I could have half and half of the red and green chili, and they happily obliged. Both were very good, but the green was hotter and more flavorful. It was excellent. Next time I go I will have the sopapilla with chicken rather than ground beef. I think it will be even better. I also noticed some wonderful looking tacos and enchiladas, but the sopapilla was more than enough to fill me up. The service was very attentive and I didn't have to ask for more iced tea or anything else. I highly recommend Genaro's for anyone hungry for authentic Mexican food.
4 based on 391 reviews
Gallup, New Mexico location of the Cracker Barrel chain restaurant.
We have had very good luck eating at Cracker Barrel Restaurants when traveling. Their menu offers good home cooked meals that are reasonably priced. Service is very good and it’s a good safe bet for dining when traveling. I highly recommend this restaurant chain.
4 based on 419 reviews
Earl's is a must stop when traveling on Route 66. This historic establishment maintaines the atmosphere and feeling on an Americana Diner. The wait staff is VERY pleasant and delightful (Jamie is just a joy!) and the food is delicious. My only complaint (if you could even call it that) is that the portions are huge!!! (And they include the Salad Bar) I was too full to order desert so I plan to stop by tomorrow afternoon for a piece of pie and cup of coffee.
4.5 based on 56 reviews
4 based on 493 reviews
Walk through the doors and step back in time! Lobby with double curved staircase is gorgeous. Wish there was a fire in the fireplace. Upstairs are hundreds of pictures of stars from the past.....just amazing! Felt the gift shop was overpriced. Dinner was great. Hubby had the fried catfish and said it was amazing. I had the Ricardo Montelban, very tasty. Service was good.
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