Like the post office or town hall, a good hometown diner is an important pillar in any community. College Drive Cafe sets the standard with familiar staples like omelets and french toast, plus Southwest-specific flavors like the puebloan benedict and the breakfast chicken tamales. Well worth your attention, the biscuits and gravy are made in-house with locally sourced pork. It’ll be hard to ignore the sheer volume of pancakes coming out of the kitchen, so order some for the table for good measure. This is a popular spot with the locals and offers limited seating, so try to visit on a less busy day of the week or lean into the weekend rush.