7 Star Electric

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(505) 332-8965

2001 Dorothy St NE
Albuquerque, NM 87112
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Things To Do in Albuquerque, NM

Los Altos Golf CourseLos Altos Golf Course

Los Altos Golf Course is the oldest golf course in Albuquerque. The course was built 1960 and is designed for fast play; so all you weekend golfers get a foursome together to complete an 18-hole round of golf in less than 4 hours, leaving time to talk, shop at the pro shop, or relax at the golf course grill.

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Jane Butel Cooking SchoolJane Butel Cooking School

Voted one of the four best cooking schools in the world by Bon Appétit magazine, Jane Butel Cooking School teaches weekend classes to foodies who want to know all about how to cook authentic southwest border cuisine. Jump right in and meet other foodies, and cook a full dinner complete with perfect Margaritas!

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Kellys Brew PubKellys Brew Pub

You'll travel across Route 66 to find Kellys Brew Pub. The local landmark sits inside the city's historic Old Jones Motor Company built in 1939 and serves up 20, in house, ice cold, hand crafted beers and the best classic Americana food. Enjoy a night out at a bar that is a local iconic tradition.

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Indian Pueblo Cultural CenterIndian Pueblo Cultural Center

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque preserves and promotes the culture, history and art of the Pueblo people. Of the 21 Pueblo villages that exist today, ABQ is home to 19 villages from the Acoma Pueblo to the Zuni Pueblo village. The 10,000-square-foot attraction offers permanent exhibits and changing exhibits that feature traditional and contemporary Indian artists and dances.

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