SEis right in the heart of Albuquerque's hip Nob Hill neighborhood, and it offers a welcoming, clean, well-lighted alternative environment for buying and learning about just about anything else you can think of that relates to adult play and intimacy. It's a very fun time to check things out. SE makes arguably the best sandwiches in the city as well as exceptionally tasty and fresh breakfast fare. The fiesta takes place on the grounds of the state-of-the-art Anderson Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum. However, the funky Nob Hill district, near the campus of the University of New Mexico, and bisected by Historic Route 66, has the greatest concentration of shops, restaurants, and bars popular with the LGBT community.
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A short stroll north of the platform is the popular High Finance restaurant, which has a similarly amazing view if less impressive food - it's a better option for the casual burgers and sandwiches served at lunch. The best strolling downtown is along Central and the blocks parallel to it on either side, Gold and Copper avenues. This locale is smaller and often more crowded than some of the newer branches, but it's also a favorite for people-watching and weekend brunch. Frontier specializes in low-frills, affordable New Mexican and American grub - there's often a long line of patrons, but it moves quickly.
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