There are a number of great tasting rooms in Los Alamos, but MUNI is our favorite. Located in a tiny standalone cabin in front of the Alamo Motel, a typical stop at MUNI goes like this: You come in for a quick wine flight, end up staying for two hours talking to the bartender about Mubbly (and why it tastes so good), then spend all night hanging out on the wooden bench swings outside. If you come on a Saturday in the summer, chances are they’ll be doing an outdoor movie screening as well.
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Full Of Life Flatbread
Full of Life is a fun and casual restaurant in Los Alamos that’s making truly excellent flatbreads.
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Portuguese Bend Distillery
Portuguese Bend Distillery in Long Beach has a lot going for it, but you’re here for the amazing cocktails.
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Bar Tiki Tiki in Long Beach is a bar hidden inside ANOTHER bar that actually feels like a well-kept secret.
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Salazar is a Mexican BBQ restaurant in Frogtown that’s gone from excellent to average in just a few short years. The patio, however, remains great.
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