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The Ultimate Day in Albuquerque for the Shopper

Spur Line Supply Co.'s Tess Coats shares her favorite local shops to visit in Albuquerque.

The Ultimate Day in Albuquerque for the Shopper

About Tess Coats

Tess is the owner of Spur Line Supply Co. in Sawmill, which carries some of the most unique fashion items in New Mexico. Here, Tess spoke with Visit Albuquerque to share her Ultimate Day in Albuquerque for the Shopper.

Our Tour Guide, Spur Line Supply Co.'s Tess Coats

Breakfast and Early Exploratory Shopping at Los Poblanos

“Wake up and head to breakfast at Campo at Los Poblanos. I'd order the Avocado Toast and a cup of Villa Myriam delicious coffee.

Afterward, I'd explore the Farm Shop at Los Poblanos and douse myself with all the lavender products that've been made on site. Then, I'd wander around the property for a bit, adoring the Rose Greely Gardens with the peacocks and the three guinea hens following behind.”

Mid-Day Shopping Stops in the North Valley & Old Town

“Then, I would venture on up Rio Grande Blvd, making a pit stop in Dietz Farms to visit at Sarabande Home and Bookworks. Afterwards, I would journey on to the Albuquerque Museum of Art.”

Followed Up by Lunch at The Grove

“Next, it’s up Route 66 to have lunch at The Grove Cafe and Market. I'd order the Chopped Salad and a cold brew.”

The Grove

Art Fix at 516 Arts Gallery 

“Afterwards, I'd head down the road to view the show at 516 Arts Gallery in Downtown."

516 Arts

Beers at Marble Brewery

"Then, after checking that gallery out for a bit, I'd be ready for a refreshing beer from Marble Brewery, which is also in Downtown. I'd order my favorite beer, a Double White Pale Ale.”

Dinner at El Modelo

“Once I'm ready for dinner, I'd head to the South Valley and pick up a combination plate from El Modelo Mexican Foods.”

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