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Albuquerque to Santa Fe -- Navajo Tacos?

fiddlr40 Apr 4, 2007 08:50 AM

I've had Navajo tacos in Tuba City and the Four Corners area, but I won't be heading that far west on this trip. Are there any good ones in the Abq to SF area? Thanks.

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    Chimayo Joe RE: fiddlr40 Apr 4, 2007 12:26 PM

    I don't recall seeing them on the menus of any of the places I've been to in Albuquerque or Santa Fe--it tends to be stuffed sopapillas in that part of the state.

    I think the restaurant at the Pueblo Indian Cultural Center in Albuquerque does have them, but I've never eaten there.

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      broadcast RE: fiddlr40 Apr 5, 2007 05:42 PM

      Drove ABQ-Santa Fe three times in the last week, but saw no Navajo tacos at any of the stops. They are still on the menu at the Eagle Cafe in Gallup.

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        tokyorosa RE: fiddlr40 Apr 6, 2007 12:24 AM

        Just took a tourista friend to the Pueblo Harvest Cafe at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center this week and, yes, there are "Indian" (here they're Tewa) Tacos on the menu. I think I've also seen them at the Owl Cafe here in Albuquerque, but I wouldn't put any money on that.

        If you visit any of the pueblos on the weekend, you might find them for sale then at the foodstalls.

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          Jerry Saywell RE: fiddlr40 Apr 6, 2007 04:12 AM

          You can definitely find them at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center restaurant.
          We have eaten them there and they are quite good.

          Jerry Saywell

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