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979 days ago

5 stars (put your rating here! )
Best pizza in Albuquerque. You gotta try this place. All homemade sauce and dough. Pizza made to order from scratch. :)



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1040 days ago

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1175 days ago

I, like the previous reviewer am not a big bbq eater, I don't eat red meat so it's usually not my top pick. Peppers is changing that! Everything was so good, and I have to disagree with the previous review listing it as pricey. I had a fried catfish plate with a heaping bowl of greens, corn bread and white bread, my boyfriend had a two meat combo with sides big enough to share with me (plus we have plenty of leftovers) and two drinks for under $24! Everything was the best I've ever had. I was stuffed but couldn't help finishing off my corn bread on the walk home. Eat at Peppers, I know I will be!

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1215 days ago

One member of the staff on the morning of May 3, 2010, had a very lazy attitude and didn't really want to work or help.

I feel sorry for the owner, I am trying to get a hold of him/her to let them know. I am sure they do not know this is happening in their store.

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1218 days ago

'For the owner and chef: I am a journalist based in NY who has traveled all over the world. I care about food passionately and know a lot about different types of cuisine. I am considering moving to NM and am concerned that the food is not up to what it could be, i.e., places that claim to be \"French\" or \"Italian\" are really just Americanized versions and pale imitations of what can really be offered from the regions in both these countries. Are you familiar with Mario Batali and the various restaurants he runs? He has a fierce commitment to an authentic Italian dining experience. (google his name for the link) These places menus ARE incredible and a great inspiration for other restaurateurs across the nation. They set the standard. Perhaps you would consider tweaking your menu somewhat, or even opening a small trattoria perhaps? (see his restaurant Lupa, and its menu) Albuquerque is a great town in so many ways--it\'s about time it became known also for its food in the same way Portland, OR has become known...

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1227 days ago

Great local place to catch breakfast. Huge portions will leave you plenty satisfied and reasonable prices will leave your budget happy. Also...

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1227 days ago

Great local place to catch breakfast. Huge portions will leave you plenty satisfied and reasonable prices will leave your budget happy. Also...

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1227 days ago

Great place for breakfast. Frequented by locals so you know it is good. Generous potions at fair prices. Don't let the industrial park locat...

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1227 days ago

Great place for breakfast. Frequented by locals so you know it is good. Generous potions at fair prices. Don't let the industrial park locat...

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1234 days ago

Tickles & Snooks Wings 'N Things is awesome. I am currently stuck on two favorites. The philly cheese steak (and I sometimes get the bacon steak) and the Junkyard dog. This hot dog is amazing. If you like a good beef dog with all the fixings, you got to go to Tickles & Snooks Wings 'N Things. This hot dog is beer battered and deep fried. They serve it on a hoagie because it has so much stuff on it. It has bacon, sauerkraut, onions, pepper jack cheese, shredded cheddar, and mushrooms. They are starting their Armageddon challenge this Friday. One of the servers said that the sauce is over a million scovilles. I tried some on a toothpick. Too hot for me! Good luck to all the challengers.

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