ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A prominent storefront along Route 66 will soon be home to Downtown Albuquerque’s first food hall.
Architect Mark Baker confirmed plans to establish the restaurant concept featuring eight different food and beverage vendors with shared seating on the ground floor of a historic brick building at 505 Central Ave. NW. Baker sees it as a chance to not only add more fast-casual dining to a downtown core that’s often starved for such options, but also to create a unique dining experience that lures hungry customers from other parts of town.
“I always see people out looking for a destination,” he said. “This is going to be that destination.”