Ana Grajeda Ortiz

8220 San Pedro Dr NE Ste 505
Albuquerque, NM 87113
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Things To Do in Albuquerque, NM

Historic Nob Hill Historic Nob Hill

Uptown shoppers can satisfy their shopping cravings at Historic Nob Hill, a fashionable urban lifestyle neighborhood located a few miles west of downtown Albuquerque. This area features unique historic architecture, iconic neon signs, and stylish boutique shops, diners, galleries, and nightlife that will make you feel like you're in a high-fashion district. With over 300 businesses in the historic district, Nob Hill offers a diverse range of restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, breweries, wine bars, retail stores, art galleries, and entertainment options. Whether you want to shop, eat, drink, or play, there's something for everyone in Nob Hill. This mixed-use community aims to be an economically prosperous and attractive place for residents, workers, and visitors to live, work, and play.

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New Mexico Wine Festival New Mexico Wine Festival

The New Mexico Wine Festival is a longstanding summer tradition. Visitors can sample and shop over 200 wines from top wineries in the state. In addition, the festival offers delicious food, artisans selling their crafts, and live music performances to celebrate the season. For over 30 years, New Mexico Wine has hosted annual festivals that feature local food, arts and crafts, great live music, and, of course, the celebrated wines of New Mexico. The festival season starts every Memorial Day in Albuquerque and Las Cruces, attracting over 13,000 wine lovers for a weekend filled with fun and festivity. As fall approaches, the festival gathers again to celebrate the harvest and the hard work spent in the vineyards with a Labor Day weekend celebration. You're invited to join one of the annual events to taste the latest vintages and meet the families who produce quality craft wine for your enjoyment.

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