ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — You see a lumberjack and you automatically get a craving for Vietnamese food. Right?
That’s certainly true for the folks who live and work in Albuquerque’s International District, where towering over the May Cafe is an ax-wielding lumberjack statue.
Liem Nguyen, whose family has operated the Vietnamese restaurant for 27 years, said the boot wearing, bearded statue, is the last vestige of a former lumberyard, where the restaurant is now located.
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