Albuquerque has lots of great places to eat that often don’t show up on people’s radar.
I recently ate at Holy Cow on Central near I-25 for the first time and thought to myself, “Why did I wait so long?”
There was plenty to choose from, including sandwiches and salads. But it was the hamburgers that caught my eye.
I ordered the Holy Cow Burger ($8.50), which had pecan wood smoked bacon, American cheese and Thousand Island dressing. (I opted out of the dressing).
The buns were fresh and the burger was full of flavor and great taste, this being because the burgers are prepared medium.
An order of hand-cut fries ($2.50) or beer-battered onion rings ($3) is big enough for two or three people to share, and is more than enough for one person. There also are Parmesan zucchini fries and sweet potato fries that I didn’t get a chance to taste.