The Point Grill

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I’ll get right to the Point: The Point Grill rocks.

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Taste of Rio Rancho 201

People’s Choice—Taste of Rio Rancho 201

Fifth visit: February 14, 2017
First visit: January 26, 2016

You say that Rio Rancho has no good eating places and refuse to cross the river? I say that there are at least four excellent Rio Rancho restaurants: Joe’s Pasta House, Namaste, M’Tucci’s Moderno, and The Point Grill. Gasoline is inexpensive now, so fire up your auto and get on over here.

Chef Mike White’s Point Grill is only a few minutes north of the Santa Ana Star Center, and it is a pretty drive to its Mariposa location. Mike’s cooking is highly inventive and downright excellent. This is why he won the People’s Choice Award at the 2016 Taste of Rio Rancho.

The Point does not have a huge menu, but the flavors are huge and the presentation is artistic. The view from the patio (soon to be enclosed)  is beautiful. Watch the mountain watermelon as you quaff your happy hour beverage (try the Bosque Brewery IPA—rich, flowery hops taste that  love).

Here is a sampling of some of my favorite dishes

Shrimp and Grits

Shrimp and Grits

Cajun Shrimp and Grits

Creamy jalapeno grits with Cajun spiced shrimp. Topped with maple bacon, smoked provolone, a sunny-up egg, and scallions.

This is my favorite dish here. The combination of sweet (from the maple), salty (from the bacon), spicy (from the jalapeños), and cheesy make a flavor profile that will haunt you for days. This dish made its way onto my Best Dishes of 2016 List.

And now, in somewhat chronological order, comes the rest of the est.

Shrimp Po Boy

Shrimp Po’ Boy

Shrimp Po’ Boy

Served with ‘bang!’ sauce and house made pickles.

You needn’t fly to NOLA for a fine po’ boy. This is it, right here. Succulent shrimp lightly battered in a spicy coating, the tastes will tickle your palate. The sauce has a nice bang. Order it with a nice ale, and you will never go anyplace in the Duke City for a po’ boy.

Baked Ziti

Baked Ziti

Baked Ziti

Spicy Italian sausage, house made meatballs, grilled peppers and onions, and mozzarella.

When you try this,you will be transported to Italy. As is true for all of Mike’s dishes, this is a near-perfect blend of fresh tastes that just pop on your palate. The sauce barely coats the tender ziti.

 

Artichoke Chicken

Artichoke Chicken

Artichoke Chicken 

Grilled chicken and goat cheese on angel hair with artichoke, lemon, and capers

I have had this delightful dish several times, the latest being yesterday with the Dazzling Deanell. The light sauce is gently herby. The goat cheese is an outstanding and tasty addition. The angel hair is as good as it gets, and perfectly cooked. Another outstanding dish.

Crabcake Benny

Crabcake Benny

Crabcake Eggs Benedict

Cajun crab cakes atop dressed spring mi; topped with poached egg, hollandaise and Cajun seasoning

Many of you know that I am a crabcake freak. I grew up near the Chesapeake Bay, and I still make them at home from my prize-winning recipe.  Mike is from Virginia Beach, and adores blue crab. It shows in his dish. Perfect Hollandaise atop prperly poached egg atop his cracake. Wonderful. I want more.

Sunrise Burger

Sunrise Burger

Sunrise Burger

Served with avocado, bacon, Havarti, and a sunny-side-up egg.

I usually am a Green Chile Cheeseburger (competition style), but this amazing burger has changed mi mind: It is fabulous. Medium-rare juicy beef, and loaded with taste, this should not e missed. Sloppy—you might need a knife and fork, or at least a pile of napkins.

Bacon & Bleu$Burger

Bacon & Bleu$Burger

Bacon & Bleu$Burger

Served with crispy bacon and gooey melted blue cheese.

This is one heckuva mouthful. One of the very best burgers I have ever had (and I certainly have had my share). Perfectly cooked juicy medium-rare beef drips down your cheeks. Difficult to handle if you have a beard.

Get sautéed mushrooms on the side. Yum.

Lobster Bisque

Lobster Bisque

Lobster Bisque

Just loaded with large, succulent chunks (not those puny bits) of lobster tail meat.


Mike presented us with a preview cup of one of the dishes that will be served Last night (Valentine’s Day) this evening. The special dinner was all sold out. These events are popular, so if you want to go to one, get your oar in early. 

Epilogue

Point has been open for about 18 months. It is going strong. For lunch yesterday, it was so crowded that Dazzler and I had to sit at the bar (along with two other couples. There are several reasons for this success. First, I think Mike White is a genius in the kitchen. He is partners with the building owner (my entrepreneur friend Dale Hansel).

It is so successful that they will expand into the vacant space next door (you read it here first).  I think that the excellent food, marketing, and management will ensure that Point will continue to be a rousing success.

The Point is now listed in Larry’s Top Ten.


What Others are Saying

Gil GarduñoNew Mexico’s Sesquipedalian Sybarite 

Sausage and Peppers

Sausage and Peppers

“The Point Grill in Rio Rancho’s Mariposa master-planned community. If you’re thinking “that’s too far,” think of going there as a New Year’s resolution (we’re not that deep into 2016) to journey outside your neighborhood in pursuit of new culinary adventures.  Better still, think of it as a treat (you owe it to yourself) in that you’ll get to experience a meal that competes with Joe’s Pasta House and Namaste as the best in the city and among the best in the metropolitan area.  That’s what our friends Dave and Joe have done and they live almost as far east as you can go while still being in Placitas. Dave and Joe introduced us to The Point which has become one of their favorite restaurants, distance be damned.

Apple Cobbler

Apple Cobbler

“By popular request, Chef White has figured out how to package his magnificent desserts for guests who want to enjoy them at home.  While it’s possible their aesthetic appeal may lose something by virtue of being jostled on the ride home, they’re bound to be just as delicious once you get there (at least during the winter when the cold prevents ice cream from melting).  These are desserts you’ll dream about.  Just ask my friends Larry McGoldrick and Dazzling Deanell who’ve made the trek to the Point several times and are still raving about it.

“Get to The Point! It may be a bit of a drive for many of you, but the destination is worth the drive. The Point is destination dining at its best!”


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Previews of Coming Attractions

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As I get older and wiser, I find that my eyesight is slowly deteriorating. It is getting more trying to write as many reviews as often as has been my habit. From now on, I will be very selective about what I post here. Here is my plan:

All restaurant reviewed here must be

  • Outstanding — among the very best that New Mexico has to offer, or
  • Unique — in a class all by itself.

I won’t write a review until I have been there at least four times. As always, I welcome your suggestions. Here is what is in the queue right now.

Except for some special events such as Wine Pairing Dinners. Like this one at Blade’s.

PS: I am no longer linking to Zomato. They pissed me off. Try Yelp instead. 


Salmon with Polenta

Salmon with Polenta

M’Tucci’s Modern Italian

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Death by Lemon for The Dazzler

Death by Lemon for The Dazzler

Savoy Bar and Grill

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Catfish

Catfish

Bucket Headz Southern Home Cooking

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Fresh Bistro

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Peaches and Cream French Toast

Fifth Visit: February 12, 2017 
First Visit: January 12, 2017

Jon and Melissa

Jon and Melissa

Chef Jon Young and his lovely wife, Melissa, have put together a delightful new restaurant to accompany their Fresh Mobile Bistro, which is usually parked outside the restaurant.
Jon is a wizard in the kitchen. He has a passion for good, fresh, excellently prepared food, and that’s precisely what you will get here.

There are two menus: lunch and brunch (weekends only, but the lunch menu is available on weekends). My first visit, accompanied by the Dazzling Deanell, was on a Thursday, and the experience was so delightful that we returned on the next Sunday to sample the brunch. What a treat.

Lunch Stuff 

Soups, pastas, sandwiches, and salads abound.

French Onon Soup

French Onion Soup

French Onion Soup

French onion soup is outstanding. Lots of onions add their sweetness to the rich, dark broth. Just the right amount of salt makes all the other tastes pop.

This is the best French Onion Soup that I have had in the Duke City.

 

Chicken Pot Pie Soup

Chicken Pot Pie Soup

Chicken Pot Pie Soup 

This is an excellent chicken pot pie without the pastry crust. Great for low-carb fans, like me. The body of the soup  is light and creamy, and the soup is loaded with chicken and mushrooms and topped with fresh herbs. Low salt, as usual.

This soup is not on the menu, and Jon offers it as a special. Luckily  for me, it was available every time I was there. You should be so lucky, too.

Seafood Linguini

Seafood Linguini

Seafood Linguini

The Seafood Linguini is the very best version of this classic I have ever had. Sun-dried tomatos, spinach, artichoke hearts, and assorted seafood atop a bed of house-made linguini. The clear marinara is perfect, and just enough to lightly coat the pasta.

This is a light dish that satisfies the palate. Exceptional.

Carbonara

Carbonara

Carbonara

All too often, Carbonara is served swimming in sauce  drowning the pasta. Not here.

The fresh pasta is lightly coated with a white sauce with lots of pancetta. The pancetta is cooked in water first to remove excess salt and then lightly crisped. Perfect blend of flavors fills the mouth. This is the way that Carbonara should be done.  

Chicken Penne

Chicken Penne

Chicken Penne

Chicken breast served with Romano cheese, sun-dried tomatos, and a garlic cream sauce.

This dish scores tens for appearance, taste, and texture. The lovely cream sauce coats the pasta and does not puddle in the bottom of the bowl. The sun-dried tomatos taste great, a fine addition to the sauce.

House Ravioli

House Ravioli

House Ravioli

Wild mushrooms, ricotta cheese, and herbs in a fresh marinara.

The pasta is house-made. The mushroom stuffing is earthy and delicious. The light marinara has that perfect balance between acidity and sweetness, and is low on salt—just enough to make the flavors pop. This is very fresh tasting stuff. Easily a favorite of The Dazzler.

Vegetable Croissant and Butternut Squash Stew

California Croissant and
Butternut Squash Stew

California Croissant with Butternut Squash Stew 

The California Croissant (smoked turkey, fresh tomato, avocado, radish microgreens with a roasted red pepper pesto) drew raves from the Dazzling Deanell. You must try this.

The Butternut Squash Stew is thick and rich. It is quite spicy with a bit of green chile, just the way I like it.

Chocolate Mousse

Chocolate Mousse

Chocolate Mousse

For dessert, Jon prepared a chocolate mousse with fresh berries on the top for us. The dark, rich chocolate is hauntingly good, and barely sweet. The bitterness of the chocolate shines through. A perfect dish that you must try.

Once again, the Dazzler was dazzled by this dish. She still, wistfully, talks about it.

 

Bourbon Pecan Bread Pudding

Bourbon Pecan Bread Pudding

Bourbon Pecan Bread Pudding 

By now you should know that I am a bread pudding freak.

This is an example of a perfectly done bread pudding—not too dry, not too soggy, but just right Goldilocks would have loved it.

The bread is from baguettes, and as the right amount of moisture. The pecans add a Southern flair. The slightly sweet bourbon sauce Complements everything, is very tasty, and holds the entire ish together. This will be in my Bread Pudding Hall of Fame soon. Delightful.

And then there was brunch three days later.

Brunch Stuff

Eggs Benedict

Eggs Benedict

Eggs Benedict

Two poached eggs and ham atop toasted sourdough bread with an excellent Hollandaise.

You can get Eggs Benedict in most places here that serve brunch.  There are many variations as there are restaurants— eggplant, bacon, Canadian bacon, crabcakes, green chile biscuits, and more — and they are all good. Jon’s version is my current favorite for one reason: the hollandaise is  the best I have had in New Mexico. Lemony with a velvety mouth feel. Perfection!

Eggs Benedict Carne Adovada

Eggs Benedict Carne Adovada

Eggs Benedict Carne Adovada

Two poached eggs and Carne Adovada  atop toasted sourdough bread with an excellent Hollandaise.

Same as above with the ham replaced with Carne Adovada. The Carne is very good, spicy, but not too hot. Your grandmother would love this.

 

Chicken and Mushroom Crepes

Chicken and Mushroom Crepes

Chicken and Mushroom Crepes  — Frenchilada

Gluten-free crepes filled with roasted chicken breast and mushrooms in a light garlic sauce. The GF crepes are slightly thicker that classic French crepes, but that should not put you off. This dish scores aces in appearance, taste, and texture.

Outstanding.

Peaches and Cream French Toast

Peaches and Cream French Toast

Peaches and Cream French Toast

The Dazzler and I shared this Sourdough French toast with peaches and sweetened mascarpone and a brandied syrup.

Unbelievably good.

 

Tarragon-Infused Fresh Lemonade

Tarragon-Infused Fresh Lemonade

Tarragon-Infused Fresh Lemonade

During our first visit, Jon suggested that on our return, we should try his lemonade. Glad we did. Fresh lemonade is barely sweetened, and the tarragon gives the drink a unique pop. Caution—this may be habit forming.

 

You get the idea. I really love this place. You will, too.

The Fresh Mobile Bistro

This is where it all started. I will visit this Restaurant-in-a-Coach soon and report back here. I will probably hire it for my 82nd birthday.

Fresh Mobile Bistro

Fresh Mobile Bistro. Seats 12 for dinner prepared in the coach’s kitchen.

 

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    Los Ranchos de Albuquerque,
    NM 87107

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M’Tucci’s Italian Market & Pizzeria

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It just doesn’t get any better

MMD

Fifty-fourth visit: December 1,  2016
First visit: March 24, 2015 

There are dozens of delis in the Duke City. There are, to my knowledge, only two Italian New York style delis: Tully’s and M’tucci’s Italian Market & Pizzeria (MMP). Tully’s is a long-time favorite of mine, and prepares the best Italian Hoagies in New Mexico. I still go there to abate my hoagie craving. In late 2014, MMP arrived on the scene and took  the city by storm. I discovered MMP last March (2015) and have been there twenty-seven times as of this writing. I guess that makes MMP my new favorite.

Lunches. Dinners. Wine pairing dinners (I had the Piedmont pairing, see below for some details). Meats. Cheeses. Salads like you wouldn’t believe (the beet salad is insanely great). Fresh-baked breads. Every mouthful here is an OMG experience. Almost everything is hand-made.

MMP, a tiny place with 12 seats inside and about a half-dozen outside, is in a class all by itself. It has already garnered a substantial collection of regulars (most of whom recognize each other—it’s that kind of place), none of whom would ever consider entering a fast-food joint.

The staff will usually know you by name after your second visit.

Who are they 

Cory Gray – Executive Chef, and Shawn Cronin – Sous Chef

Shawn and Cory

Cory Gray – Executive Chef
Shawn Cronin – Sous Chef

“Cory and Shawn had already collaborated for years, before the  opening of M’tucci’s Market & Pizzeria (MMP),  and they are at it again as they bake, cook, age, and cure their way to creative culinary bliss.

“Prior to joining M’tucci’s, Cory was the Chef at Farina Alto in Albuquerque which he helped to open and where he began the meat curing program  for their pizzas.  Before Farina, Cory worked at the Artichoke Café for 6 years from 2003 and from there went  to Farina and finally on to Farina Alto.

“Shawn came to MMP from Farm and Table where he was the Sous Chef. He went there from Farina Alto where he was Sous Chef. Before Farina Alto, Shawn worked at both Artichoke Café and Farina. ”

Jeff Spiegel & Katie Gardner

Jeff Spiegel & Katie Gardner — Owners and Operators

Jeff Spiegel & Katie Gardner
Owners / Operators

“Just two years ago, in 2013, Jeff and Katie decided to open another restaurant, this time in Albuquerque, a dramatic decision, having left behind the restaurant business in 2006, after 23 years and 11 restaurants in NYC. Now, fully committed to building their business in NM, the two, together with partner John Haas, have opened a restaurant, a market & deli and recently M’tucci’s Cocina Grill at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.  “We are building a retail food business here that we are defining by our commitment to perfection!”

Note added December 1, 2016

This favorite of mine has changed its name and mission: in addition of spectacular Italian deli food, they have installed a new triple-decker pizza oven and serve up some of the mods delicious sounding gourmet pizzas.

For my last dozen or so visits, I don’t even look at the menu. Cory and Shawn know what I like and what is healthy for me, and automatically start a custom meal as soon as I walk in the door. Here is what they prepared for the Dazzling Deanell and me today.

Seared shrimp and peppers

Seared shrimp and peppers

Seared shrimp and peppers

Seared shrimp and peppers

Grilled chicken with root vegetables

Grilled chicken with root vegetables

 

These are among the very best dishes I have had in this town, and I have come to expect such perfection here.

The Food

All the food is lovingly hand-made. Here is a sampling of some of my favorites. The scratch-made pastas are not floating in sauce, but are gently coated with some of the very best sauces in town.

Ziti and Pork

Ziti and Pork

Ziti and Pork

Later in this review I advise you to ask about the daily specials. This amazing dish is indeed special, and displays the talents of the kitchen.

Almost all Italian places prepare some version of Ziti, but none come even close to this. The pork is slow-cooked and very tender and tasty. The sauce is the thing here: Incredibly tasty. Beautifully herbed and spiced.  MMP should bottle this for sale in the deli section.

Pepperonata Pasta

Pepperonata Pasta

Peperonata Pasta

Red bell pepper, garlic cream sauce. Optional: add MM hot Italian sausage or sweet Italian Sausage. Served over homemade pappardelle.

By all means add the sausage. House-made with just the right amount of aromatic fennel seed. [I keep this sausage in my home.]

This dish is a favorite of many of the regulars at MMP. Rightfully so. Mine, too.

Pastrami

Pastrami

Pastrami Sandwich with Lentil Salad

MM pastrami, herbed goat cheese, fresh red onion, MM mustard, on MM rye

My favorite Pastrami in the Duke City. Juicy and fatty, the way it should be. No dried-out stuff here. This pastrami is on hand-made rye bread, with a hint of sourness. Delicious. The Lentil Salad (pickled onion, carrot, zucchini, rosemary, sage, thyme, Tucumcari gouda) is exemplary.  Buy some to take home.

Pastrami and Rye.

Pastrami and Rye.

While you’re at it, get some pastrami and a loaf of that fantastic bread.

Oh, what the heck: just buy a bag full of the goodies from the  deli case. You may have to wait in line — it gets crowded with regulars. Just strike up a conversation. You will make a new friend.

Muffaletta with Orzo Salad

Muffaletta with Orzo Salad

Muffaletta with Orzo Salad

MM capicola, mortadella, salami, olive tapenade, MM smoked mozzarella, on MM ciabatta.

From Wikipedia: “The muffuletta is both a type of round Sicilian sesame bread and a popular sandwich originating among Italian immigrants in New Orleans, Louisiana using the same bread.”

OK, here I go again: This is the very best sandwich I have had in ages. Even though it is not served on the classic muffuletta (ciabatta is used here), it ranks right up there with the muffulettas I have had in New Orleans.

Orzo salad (roasted zucchini, roasted eggplant, roasted leeks, red bell pepper, fresh basil on tender orzo) is a fine accompaniment  to this (or any) sandwich.

MMD Market Salad

MMPMarket Salad

Beet Salad

Beet Salad

Beet Salad:
Local stout-balsamic vinegar reduction, braised beets, pickled red onion, watermelon-radish with local feta, butter leaf and frisee.

I would eat this stupefyingly great salad every day were in not for a medical condition that requires me to limit my intake of foods containing oxalates, which for me tends to create kidney stones (ouch!). One serving each month is safe for me, and I intend to have  just that.

Prosciutto-Wrapped Apricot Balls

Prosciutto-Wrapped Apricot Balls

Prosciutto-wrapped Apricots with 10-year-old Balsamic

Make sure to ask your server about the daily specials, or you might miss out on a gem like this.

Shawn found some fresh, local apricots one morning and created this excellent appetizer.  He wrapped the fruit with some 2-year-old prosciutto from the deli case and splashed the plate with some 10-year-old balsamic. Shawn’s hunt was my good fortune. Terrific combination.

The Wine Dinners

Once or twice each month Cory and Shawn put together a Wine and food Pairing Dinner. I was fortunate to get two seats for the Piedmont Pairing. Get your reservations (call MMP) early — these things fill up fast.

M'Tucci's Piedmont Dinner

Bread

Bread and Oil

Stuffed Onion

Stuffed Onion

 

 

 

 

Saffron Risotto Souffle with Coppa

Saffron Risotto Souffle with Coppa

Duck Terrine with caramelized onion coulis and house grown mustard greens

Duck Terrine with caramelized onion coulis and house grown mustard greens

 

 

 

 

 

 

Polpettini di Maiale—Pork Meatballs agridolce served in brodo

Polpettini di Maiale—Pork Meatballs agridolce served in brodo

Dolce Tomma Della Rocca Panna Cotta with Fig compote and Hazelnut Brittle

Dolce Tomma Della Rocca Panna Cotta with Fig compote and Hazelnut Brittle

 

 

 

 

 

 

Epilog

MMP is perfection in a small deli.  And it has earned the #6 spot on my ABQ Top Ten  List.

During the last several months, I have come to expect the unexpected. Cory and Shawn are experimentalists, constantly honing their prodigious talents. I eagerly await my next visit where I expect to be blown away by something new and fabulous. Come and join me. You, too, will get hooked, which is a good thing. And remember that good things come in small packages that belie their brilliance.

What Others Are Saying

Two of my favorite foodies weigh in on MMP:

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MMP Interior

Gil Garduño
New Mexico’s Sesquipedalian Sybarite

“The hard-liners among us will never accept  that Schlotzky’s, Jason’s, McAlister’s and others of that ilk are delis despite what their signage may say.  Nor will we ever be duped by the deception of diners daring to call themselves delis.  It goes without saying that we don’t believe a deli should  feature products burnishing the labels of Oscar Mayer, Hormel, Kirkland, Butterball or even the ubiquitous Boar’s Head.  An authentic deli should preferably cure, salt, dry and cut its own meats and make at least some of its cheeses–and if it doesn’t do that, it should procure and sell only the finest, most authentic meats and cheeses available.

“With the December, 2014 launch of M’Tucci’s Italian Market & Pizzeria, Albuquerque once again has an authentic Italian deli in the tradition of delis for which hard-core deli aficionados have pined for far too long.  It’s a deli in which I’d proudly break bread with Dave Hurayt, Bruce Schor, Bob Sherwood and Gary Feaster with whom I’ve commiserated about the absence of an authentic deli in Albuquerque.  Best of all, it’s a deli with a pedigree that promises authenticity and deliciousness.”

The Charcuterie Board is one menu choice at M’Tucci’s Italian Market and Deli on the West Side. (Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Albuquerque Journal)

The Charcuterie Board is one menu choice at M’Tucci’s Italian Market and Pizzeria on the West Side. (Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Albuquerque Journal)

Andrea Lin —
Albuquerque Journal

“Don’t overlook the condiments: onion jam, tomato relish, mustard and more – perfect for smearing on the bread in between bites of charcuterie.

“The rest of the menu veers toward the prosaic-sounding like salads and pastas – the caveat is that they’re made with M’Tucci’s’ impeccable deli ingredients. I love the Beet Salad ($6 half, $11 full) and its braised ruby veggies, pickled onions, feta and housemade vinaigrette.

“Because this is a deli, there are, of course, sandwiches galore from classic Cubano to a southern Muffaletta ($11) stuffed with three meats, olives and smoked mozzarella on their ciabatta.

“Honestly, the pastas here are fantastic and it takes discipline to work through the menu rather than just having your favorite every time. Before leaving, don’t miss the deconstructed Cannoli Pila ($6) for dessert, a stacked sweet pile of ricotta, cherries, and crunchy shell. Magnifico!”

 

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M’tucci’s Italian Market & Pizzeria

(505) 639-4819 

6001 Winter Haven Rd NW,

Albuquerque, NM 87120

Don James eats well at M'Tucci's Deli

Don James eats well at M’Tucci’s Deli

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