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Albuquerque, New Mexico
July 7, 2006
From journal Albuquerque Dining
, New Mexico
August 11, 2002
The food is good, if limited – the menu is mostly hamburgers, burritos, chips from a bag, pre-made salads and assorted soft drinks etc. It’s also rather expensive. We bought two bottles of water and split a bean burrito plate which came with beans (guess you can’t have too much of a good thing) and Spanish rice for $7.50.
While you can’t bring your own food into any of the buildings, we did see several people who had the right idea, they’d spread blankets on the grass under the trees and ate picnic lunches.
There are other spots in the Zoo to find food. The Lobo Café, which is near the entrance, also serves a similar menu to the Cottonwood Café, though it was closed when we were there, and throughout the park there are carts selling snacks – ice cream, popcorn, soft drinks and the like.
From journal Duke City Diversions - Part I
July 21, 2000
From journal Albuquerque, Santa Fe's cosmopolitan neighbor