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Albuquerque, New Mexico
July 16, 2008
by wanderer 2005
February 15, 2005
The Cooperage has been around since I was little and it used to be THE place to have an expensive, romantic dinner. To this day, they still serve high-quality food in a great atmosphere. The décor is contemporary, with white tablecloths and candles on every table. Artwork adorns the walls and the lighting is low. The menu includes everything from steaks to seafood, lamb and even buffalo. The Santa Fe salmon is served with a spicy sauce, so if you’re not a spicy person, stay away from this dish. Huge king-crab legs, lobster, and aged Angus beef are the specialties here. All dinners come with the salad bar that rivals other salad restaurants. There are so many different tasty salads and veggies on here that you may not want to eat your dinner.
They used to have a fabulous brunch on special holidays like Mother’s Day, but I don’t know if they still do. Give them a call. Reservations are recommended, especially on Valentines day and on the weekends.
From journal Great Food in an Unlikely Place