Best Restaurants in Corrales

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Corrales may be a small village, but it doesn't lack for wonderful places to eat. Whether you need fine dining or a casual place to grab a sandwich, there is something to be found.

Corrales Restaurants

Corrales Bistro Brewery
4908 Corrales Road
(505) 897-1036
Find pub grub that includes sandwiches, wraps, appetizers, and specialty burgers. Breakfast includes platters, wraps, and specialty burritos. They have 12 of their own brewed beers on tap, as well as selections from other New Mexico breweries.


Open daily 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Hannah and Nate's
4512 Corrales Road
(505) 898-2370
Hannah and Nate's has become a favorite for west siders at their Coors location, offering fresh breakfast and lunch options. Now their Corrales location is making fans.
Open Monday-Sunday, 7 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Indigo Crow
4515 Corrales Road
(505) 898-7000
Indigo Crow offers breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner, as well as special Thursday night special that can't be beaten: two entrees and a bottle of wine for ~$45. Check the site for most recent open times.

Flying Star Cafe
10700 Corrales Road
(505) 938-4717
The Flying Star offers breakfast, lunch and dinner with a local flair. They offer seasonal specials, breakfast all day, and a large line of freshly baked goods that have long drawn diners through the doors. The Corrales location has a petio where dogs are welcome. Check the site for most recent open times.

Las Ristras
4940 Corrales Road
(505) 433-4192
Las Ristras carries New Mexican favorites, such as tamales, chile rellenos, burritos, stuffed sopapillas and enchiladas.

Dishes from the grill include lime chicken, ribeye steak, fajitas and green chile meatloaf. Try the Corrales tortilla burger. Check the site for most recent open times.

Perea's Restaurant and Tijuana Bar
4590 Corrales Road
(505) 898-2442
Perea's offers home cooked New Mexican food in the traditional style.

Family owned and operated for generations, the food is good, substantial, and the real deal. Try the enchilada casserole. Check the site for most recent open times.

Village Pizza
The family owned Village Pizza has been a local favorite since 1987. Everything is made from scratch. The menu also includes calzones, spaghetti and appetizer favorites. Check the site for most recent open times.