Rebecca's At The Lodge

★★★★★
  • 1 Corona Pl

    Cloudcroft, NM 88317

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  • 575-682-3131

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Daily 7am-11pm

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After several visits to Cloudcroft, we finally decided to wait around for lunch hour (restaurant opens for lunch at 11:30am). The menu was small, but quaint. We had the chicken and chile stuffed fried avocado and the monte cristo sandwich.

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★★★★★

After several visits to Cloudcroft, we finally decided to wait around for lunch hour (restaurant opens for lunch at 11:30am). The menu was small, but quaint. We had the chicken and chile stuffed fried avocado and the monte cristo sandwich.

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We honeymooned here some years ago, and returned this month for lunch while passing through New Mexico. The food did not disappoint. My husband had the Chile Relleno since it was peak NM chile season and they were the best he's had, he declared. Two NM chiles, stuffed with white cheese, rolled in toasted blue cornmeal and served over a bed of half pinto beans and half hominy, it made a pretty dish, and I have attempted to add a picture here as proof. I was craving a burger and asked for their "old fashioned" served medium (it said "grilled to order!"). I was pleasantly surprised to see they complied with my wish and the burger was juicy and delicious resting on a sourdough bun with lettuce, tomato and red onion on the side. The fries were crinkle cut frozen, but the burger was my focus and was really an excellent burger. A nice cold bottle of chardonnay and a pleasant staff rounded our visit.

We never saw the unfortunate Rebecca, the ghost who reportedly resides in the 100+ year old hotel, but hopefully we will return sometime. If we do, I hope they've taken those horrid gas logs out of the magnificent lobby fireplace and returned the real wood fire.

2
★★★★☆

We honeymooned here some years ago, and returned this month for lunch while passing through New Mexico. The food did not disappoint. My husband had the Chile Relleno since it was peak NM chile season and they were the best he's had, he declared. Two NM chiles, stuffed with white cheese, rolled in toasted blue cornmeal and served over a bed of half pinto beans and half hominy, it made a pretty dish, and I have attempted to add a picture here as proof. I was craving a burger and asked for their "old fashioned" served medium (it said "grilled to order!"). I was pleasantly surprised to see they complied with my wish and the burger was juicy and delicious resting on a sourdough bun with lettuce, tomato and red onion on the side. The fries were crinkle cut frozen, but the burger was my focus and was really an excellent burger. A nice cold bottle of chardonnay and a pleasant staff rounded our visit.

We never saw the unfortunate Rebecca, the ghost who reportedly resides in the 100+ year old hotel, but hopefully we will return sometime. If we do, I hope they've taken those horrid gas logs out of the magnificent lobby fireplace and returned the real wood fire.

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This is a great place to eat. We enjoy the drive to it from Ruidoso. We've had champagne breakfasts, holiday meals, and lunches there and have never been disappointed. Try to get a window seat if you can.

4
★★★★☆

This is a great place to eat. We enjoy the drive to it from Ruidoso. We've had champagne breakfasts, holiday meals, and lunches there and have never been disappointed. Try to get a window seat if you can.

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