Sadie's Dining Room

★★★★☆
Serving New Mexican delicacies for more than 50 years!
  • 6230 4th St NW

    Los Ranchos, NM 87107

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  • 505-345-5339

About Sadie's Dining Room

Hours
Sun: 10:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.;Mon: 11:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.;Tue: 11:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.;Wed: 11:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.;Thu: 11:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.;Fri: 11:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.;Sat: 11:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.;

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Wouldn't recommend. Food is sometimes good, but service is so poor annoyance will ruin any pleasure the meal provides. If you do go, watch and make sure you actually get what you pay for, as lousy service frequently leads to incorrect

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★★★★★

Wouldn't recommend. Food is sometimes good, but service is so poor annoyance will ruin any pleasure the meal provides. If you do go, watch and make sure you actually get what you pay for, as lousy service frequently leads to incorrect

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I personally love Sadie's lunch menu and the #1 SMALL Combination plate. SMALL is not what it is and will fill you up guaranteed. \nWhole pinto Beans, Papitas, rolled enchilada with seasoned ""Billies Beef"", chile relleno with a good tasting green chile inside, not dripping with to much cheese, just the right amount, smothered with red or green chile, melted cheese lettus, tomato, and onion, on top of everything and a taco with he billies beef ,cheese and garnish. I love it with just the green chili all for $7.95. \nNow, the lunch price is so much better than the dinner price for the same items. This I don't like.\nSopaipillas are not the greatest but are ok, \nServers can get a lot better. Fast but some times to fast and they miss out on the service. The bussers who bring you the best salsa in the west are more attentive and interact with you more than your actual server.\nThe goal is to turn over the tables as fast as possible, and you can tell that. Not a place to sit and relax unless you eat in the bar area.

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★★★★☆

I personally love Sadie's lunch menu and the #1 SMALL Combination plate. SMALL is not what it is and will fill you up guaranteed. \nWhole pinto Beans, Papitas, rolled enchilada with seasoned ""Billies Beef"", chile relleno with a good tasting green chile inside, not dripping with to much cheese, just the right amount, smothered with red or green chile, melted cheese lettus, tomato, and onion, on top of everything and a taco with he billies beef ,cheese and garnish. I love it with just the green chili all for $7.95. \nNow, the lunch price is so much better than the dinner price for the same items. This I don't like.\nSopaipillas are not the greatest but are ok, \nServers can get a lot better. Fast but some times to fast and they miss out on the service. The bussers who bring you the best salsa in the west are more attentive and interact with you more than your actual server.\nThe goal is to turn over the tables as fast as possible, and you can tell that. Not a place to sit and relax unless you eat in the bar area.

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A little history about Sadies. It used to be located in a bowling alley just south of their new restaurant. Back in 1977 they had the best tacos and enchiladas. The taco shells were individually fried.Everything was fresh.Sadies was excellent They were also located in another area prior to the bowling alley.This was genuine New Mexican food, not Mexican. Both are good, but different. I was born and raised in NM and my family goes back many generations. I have seen New Mexican restaurants come and go. Many were very good, but Albuquerque was not a very big city back then. The original owners of Sadies have since sold to someone else. And the food is not what it was in 1977. The salsa is good. A place you might try is Barela's on 2nd street about a block north of Cesar Chavez.. Needless to say Sadies has changed considerably. I won't go back. It is difficult to find genuine New Mexican food.

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★★☆☆☆

A little history about Sadies. It used to be located in a bowling alley just south of their new restaurant. Back in 1977 they had the best tacos and enchiladas. The taco shells were individually fried.Everything was fresh.Sadies was excellent They were also located in another area prior to the bowling alley.This was genuine New Mexican food, not Mexican. Both are good, but different. I was born and raised in NM and my family goes back many generations. I have seen New Mexican restaurants come and go. Many were very good, but Albuquerque was not a very big city back then. The original owners of Sadies have since sold to someone else. And the food is not what it was in 1977. The salsa is good. A place you might try is Barela's on 2nd street about a block north of Cesar Chavez.. Needless to say Sadies has changed considerably. I won't go back. It is difficult to find genuine New Mexican food.

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I am a regular. Their quality of food and service has always been very good. The one time I did have a problem with a server, the manager was very apologetic and professional.

4
★★★★☆

I am a regular. Their quality of food and service has always been very good. The one time I did have a problem with a server, the manager was very apologetic and professional.

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If you have just one night to enjoy the flavor of New Mexican food in Albuquerque, stop at Sadie's. \r\n\r\nBe sure your drink order is on the table before diving into their spicy delicious chips and salsa. The food is great making even the most traditional Mexican plates such as Beef Taco's feel like a new experience. The Carne Adovada will make you play the roll of a true connoisseur of Mexican food and have your friends working hard to show you a good time the next time you go to visit them. \r\n\r\nI also recommend El Pinto Restaurant

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★★★★☆

If you have just one night to enjoy the flavor of New Mexican food in Albuquerque, stop at Sadie's. \r\n\r\nBe sure your drink order is on the table before diving into their spicy delicious chips and salsa. The food is great making even the most traditional Mexican plates such as Beef Taco's feel like a new experience. The Carne Adovada will make you play the roll of a true connoisseur of Mexican food and have your friends working hard to show you a good time the next time you go to visit them. \r\n\r\nI also recommend El Pinto Restaurant

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Good food but the place is crowded and the service could use a little work. When my husband and I went we were sat at a table so small that our knees touched and it couldn't hold all the food. Needs work on that particular thing

3
★★★☆☆

Good food but the place is crowded and the service could use a little work. When my husband and I went we were sat at a table so small that our knees touched and it couldn't hold all the food. Needs work on that particular thing

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This place was recommended by 2 friends and this place was great! I grew up on authentic Mexican food (homemade by my Hispanic grandmother) and this place was excellent! The food is spicy, but if you actually read the menu it explains this! I personally like it that way! I had the Chile Rellanos and my boyfriend had the Enchiladas Carne Avado and they were both great. They were both smothered with lettuce, cheese and etc, but again if you actually read the menu it does tell you this. We also ordered the Queso, it was average. I can't believe people actually gave this place bad reviews. But the complaints don't make any sense to me since I read the menu and know what Authentic Mexican food taste like. The waitress make have taken a minute to get to us, but you could tell she was busy... the place was PACKED! Any place that is crazy busy on a Wednesday night is usually good! Will go back for sure!

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★★★★★

This place was recommended by 2 friends and this place was great! I grew up on authentic Mexican food (homemade by my Hispanic grandmother) and this place was excellent! The food is spicy, but if you actually read the menu it explains this! I personally like it that way! I had the Chile Rellanos and my boyfriend had the Enchiladas Carne Avado and they were both great. They were both smothered with lettuce, cheese and etc, but again if you actually read the menu it does tell you this. We also ordered the Queso, it was average. I can't believe people actually gave this place bad reviews. But the complaints don't make any sense to me since I read the menu and know what Authentic Mexican food taste like. The waitress make have taken a minute to get to us, but you could tell she was busy... the place was PACKED! Any place that is crazy busy on a Wednesday night is usually good! Will go back for sure!

Pros: Great Salsa!

Cons: I ate too much!

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My Husband and I decided to take a trip to Albuquerque, and upon arriving I asked a local where to get the best and most AUTHENTIC NEW MEXICAN food in town. The response was of course, Sadie's Cocinita... So, we decided to give it a try, arriving on a Saturday evening to a FULLY packed parking lot and restaurant, with an hour and a half wait! We hung around and eventually were seated, which by this time I was about to die of starvation. I ordered the Blue corn enchiladas, since blue corn tortillas are a rare find in San Antonio; while my Husband ordered the combo plate (a Chile Relleno and cheese enchilada.) We literally placed our order the moment we sat down, and less than 5 minutes later? You guessed it, our food was placed in front of us- a little too fast for me. Upon seeing the plate in front of me, my first impression was: ""I didn't order a SALAD, where are my enchiladas?"" \r\n The food was horrible. Horrific, disgusting, greasy and poorly prepared. I'm sorry, but there was NOTHING authentic about two tortillas filled with GREASY cheddar cheese, rolled up and then SMOTHERED with lettuce and tomato on top. And the beans? What a joke! Pinto beans are my favorite, and these tasted as though they had literally been boiled with no seasoning, drained and then drenched in cheddar cheese- again!! My Husband and I took three bites, asked for our check and left. I was so dissappointed after such a long trip to Albuquerque, only to taste the worst Mexican food ever. The servers were very attentive and friendly, and the chips and salsa were pleasant. I honestly cannot fathom as to why and how this place attracts so many people! I grew up on authentic Mexican food (and I mean authentic and all homemade,) and this certainly is none of the above. \r\n *What a dissappointment*

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★☆☆☆☆

My Husband and I decided to take a trip to Albuquerque, and upon arriving I asked a local where to get the best and most AUTHENTIC NEW MEXICAN food in town. The response was of course, Sadie's Cocinita... So, we decided to give it a try, arriving on a Saturday evening to a FULLY packed parking lot and restaurant, with an hour and a half wait! We hung around and eventually were seated, which by this time I was about to die of starvation. I ordered the Blue corn enchiladas, since blue corn tortillas are a rare find in San Antonio; while my Husband ordered the combo plate (a Chile Relleno and cheese enchilada.) We literally placed our order the moment we sat down, and less than 5 minutes later? You guessed it, our food was placed in front of us- a little too fast for me. Upon seeing the plate in front of me, my first impression was: ""I didn't order a SALAD, where are my enchiladas?"" \r\n The food was horrible. Horrific, disgusting, greasy and poorly prepared. I'm sorry, but there was NOTHING authentic about two tortillas filled with GREASY cheddar cheese, rolled up and then SMOTHERED with lettuce and tomato on top. And the beans? What a joke! Pinto beans are my favorite, and these tasted as though they had literally been boiled with no seasoning, drained and then drenched in cheddar cheese- again!! My Husband and I took three bites, asked for our check and left. I was so dissappointed after such a long trip to Albuquerque, only to taste the worst Mexican food ever. The servers were very attentive and friendly, and the chips and salsa were pleasant. I honestly cannot fathom as to why and how this place attracts so many people! I grew up on authentic Mexican food (and I mean authentic and all homemade,) and this certainly is none of the above. \r\n *What a dissappointment*

Pros: Attentive servers

Cons: Horrible food, greasy, overpriced and abhorable.

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Great resteraunt. Authentic New Mexican Food and at a decent price. \r\n\r\nLong waits usually especially at night, but WELL WORTH IT.\r\n\r\n

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★★★★☆

Great resteraunt. Authentic New Mexican Food and at a decent price. \r\n\r\nLong waits usually especially at night, but WELL WORTH IT.\r\n\r\n

Pros: Awesome EVERYTHING

Cons: Long wait times (still worth it)

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Sadie's is crowded, loud, and the wait times to get seated can be pretty ridiculous.

However, if you want authentic, phenomenal New Mexican cuisine, you have to go. The chicken enchiladas are a fave, and you have to try their salsa, which they market and sell around the US.

Have a Negra Modelo in the bar after you put your name on the list - the food is worth the wait!

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★★★★☆

Sadie's is crowded, loud, and the wait times to get seated can be pretty ridiculous.

However, if you want authentic, phenomenal New Mexican cuisine, you have to go. The chicken enchiladas are a fave, and you have to try their salsa, which they market and sell around the US.

Have a Negra Modelo in the bar after you put your name on the list - the food is worth the wait!

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I love this place but the wait times are horrendous. It keeps me from ever going back and that is a shame because their food is outstanding. Go at an off time to eat and you will get in. Forget it on Fri. or Sat. nights!

4
★★★★☆

I love this place but the wait times are horrendous. It keeps me from ever going back and that is a shame because their food is outstanding. Go at an off time to eat and you will get in. Forget it on Fri. or Sat. nights!

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This is my first time in New Mexico so I checked out city search to find some good mexican food. This was my first stop. Overall, not recommended.\r\n\r\nThe chips and salsa weren't too bad - fresh and spicy. I ordered the Sadie's Burrito. I was expecting grilled chicken, with some beans and rice, maybe a few bell peppers and some cheese. Errrrt! I was essentially a flour tortilla stuffed with shredded chicken - and that is all. Dry, flavorless shredded chicken. Utter craaap. Also, maybe it is just me, but I could not taste the difference between the Green Chile and the Red Chile. I'm supposed to right? Only thing redeeming about this restraurant is that the service was good. It seemed like I had 3 waiters asking me if I needed more water and stuff. Decent atmosphere however. Bathroom was kind of nasty.

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★★☆☆☆

This is my first time in New Mexico so I checked out city search to find some good mexican food. This was my first stop. Overall, not recommended.\r\n\r\nThe chips and salsa weren't too bad - fresh and spicy. I ordered the Sadie's Burrito. I was expecting grilled chicken, with some beans and rice, maybe a few bell peppers and some cheese. Errrrt! I was essentially a flour tortilla stuffed with shredded chicken - and that is all. Dry, flavorless shredded chicken. Utter craaap. Also, maybe it is just me, but I could not taste the difference between the Green Chile and the Red Chile. I'm supposed to right? Only thing redeeming about this restraurant is that the service was good. It seemed like I had 3 waiters asking me if I needed more water and stuff. Decent atmosphere however. Bathroom was kind of nasty.

Pros: great service

Cons: tasteless burritos

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As a former 4 star restaurant manager, I believe I'm a good judge of service, food quality and value. I travel often and don't expect 4 star service or food quality for that matter at a restaurant such as this. However, I do expect to be greeted by my server before 20 minutes goes by. Then when the food is served it's practicly dropped on the table, cheese and red sauce is dripping off the edge of the plate and it looks like a 4yr old plated it. The marinated pork under all the cheese was quite good but that's about the best I can say for this restaurant. The sopapillas were not even that good! If you want great Southwest Mexican food try ""Cafe Au Lait"" in old town instead. It's better food, service & value by far.

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★☆☆☆☆

As a former 4 star restaurant manager, I believe I'm a good judge of service, food quality and value. I travel often and don't expect 4 star service or food quality for that matter at a restaurant such as this. However, I do expect to be greeted by my server before 20 minutes goes by. Then when the food is served it's practicly dropped on the table, cheese and red sauce is dripping off the edge of the plate and it looks like a 4yr old plated it. The marinated pork under all the cheese was quite good but that's about the best I can say for this restaurant. The sopapillas were not even that good! If you want great Southwest Mexican food try ""Cafe Au Lait"" in old town instead. It's better food, service & value by far.

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Sadies may offer the best Mexican food in Albuquerque, but you be the judge. Go for the enchiladas and burritos. Good food, good service, good value.

4
★★★★☆

Sadies may offer the best Mexican food in Albuquerque, but you be the judge. Go for the enchiladas and burritos. Good food, good service, good value.

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This place is huge which proves that it's popular, but it's way overrated. Service was poor, food was only OK. Try any other place around and you'll probably do better than here...

1
★★★☆☆

This place is huge which proves that it's popular, but it's way overrated. Service was poor, food was only OK. Try any other place around and you'll probably do better than here...

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They need to open more of these restaurants - this place has awesome food! We love eating here about once a month and are never disappointed. The decor could use some updating, but the food makes up for it. Try our favorite - the El Roberto Special - to DIE FOR! Everything is great here, salsa, enchiladas, margaritas. The place is very popular and we know why - all the locals love it.

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★★★★★

They need to open more of these restaurants - this place has awesome food! We love eating here about once a month and are never disappointed. The decor could use some updating, but the food makes up for it. Try our favorite - the El Roberto Special - to DIE FOR! Everything is great here, salsa, enchiladas, margaritas. The place is very popular and we know why - all the locals love it.

Pros: FOOD, good service, prices

Cons: Decor maybe??

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Sadies used to be my family's favorite place to eat. Good food, great prices... But 6 of us got such bad food TAINTING on May 6th of this year that we were all down and out for 4 days with the affects lasting at least a week after that. We tried to contact Sadie's management to get a refund for the money we spent on tainted food and we were given the run around by them. Be careful if you eat here.

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★☆☆☆☆

Sadies used to be my family's favorite place to eat. Good food, great prices... But 6 of us got such bad food TAINTING on May 6th of this year that we were all down and out for 4 days with the affects lasting at least a week after that. We tried to contact Sadie's management to get a refund for the money we spent on tainted food and we were given the run around by them. Be careful if you eat here.

Pros: Good price

Cons: tainted food and poor customer service

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i just want to say it is no good i got tow dinner plates and payed 50.00 dollars and it not get vary much food for with i got so i am telling you do not got there i gaveit a zero i woood not spend any money you make at sadie's and the pople that wotrk there are no good at all

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★☆☆☆☆

i just want to say it is no good i got tow dinner plates and payed 50.00 dollars and it not get vary much food for with i got so i am telling you do not got there i gaveit a zero i woood not spend any money you make at sadie's and the pople that wotrk there are no good at all

Pros: thumbs down

Cons: they need to work on every thing and put a little bit more food on the plates

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Among the very competitive Mexican restaurant scene, this place wins hands down in my book. It is true that a couple of places may have better atmosphere but the food is so much better than the atmosphere restaurants that there is no contest. It is hot and be warned but you can always ask for your green on the side if you're a wimp!

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★★★★★

Among the very competitive Mexican restaurant scene, this place wins hands down in my book. It is true that a couple of places may have better atmosphere but the food is so much better than the atmosphere restaurants that there is no contest. It is hot and be warned but you can always ask for your green on the side if you're a wimp!

Pros: The wonderful green chile

Cons: The long lines waiting ahead of you

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I liked every aspect of our visit. I had a combination and it was excellent and generous. The papitas and green chile were super! My wife had a steak and it was very good. The only negative was the house dressing on the salad as it had a bitter taste.

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★★★★★

I liked every aspect of our visit. I had a combination and it was excellent and generous. The papitas and green chile were super! My wife had a steak and it was very good. The only negative was the house dressing on the salad as it had a bitter taste.

Pros: Tasty, generous portions

Cons: Salad dressing

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Went here based on the other reviews on this site. Waitstaff strongly suggested the burgers for lunch tauting them as ""what the restaurant is known for."" I was served the most greasy burger and fries I have even seen in my life. It was horrible...and they left off the guacamole I ordered...and I had food but no forks. I did taste everything and it wasn't worth the time it took me to order and wait for food. The taste of old grease is very hard to get rid of. I will not go back.

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★☆☆☆☆

Went here based on the other reviews on this site. Waitstaff strongly suggested the burgers for lunch tauting them as ""what the restaurant is known for."" I was served the most greasy burger and fries I have even seen in my life. It was horrible...and they left off the guacamole I ordered...and I had food but no forks. I did taste everything and it wasn't worth the time it took me to order and wait for food. The taste of old grease is very hard to get rid of. I will not go back.

Cons: food, decor

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I grew up in the Southwest and have eaten at many Mexican and New Mexican restaurants. I haven't found any as good as Sadie's. Albuquerque has many good to great restaurants, but Sadie's is definitely my favorite. The carne adovada is great in all of it's forms--plain, enchilada or stuffed sopapilla. I've had many of the other dishes, as well, and they've all been very flavorful. The portions are huge. I have always had good, attentive service there, even when the place is packed, which is usually. It is noisy, so don't go there for a quiet romantic getaway.

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★★★★★

I grew up in the Southwest and have eaten at many Mexican and New Mexican restaurants. I haven't found any as good as Sadie's. Albuquerque has many good to great restaurants, but Sadie's is definitely my favorite. The carne adovada is great in all of it's forms--plain, enchilada or stuffed sopapilla. I've had many of the other dishes, as well, and they've all been very flavorful. The portions are huge. I have always had good, attentive service there, even when the place is packed, which is usually. It is noisy, so don't go there for a quiet romantic getaway.

Pros: Taste, service, festive atmosphere

Cons: Noise

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There is a difference between New Mexican and Mexican food, this is the place to learn the difference. The menu selections are the similar but the flavorings are different. My big gripe is that it is a long drive from the Northeast Heights but maybe that adds to the adventure. It is noisy and crowded because everything else about it is so good.

2
★★★★★

There is a difference between New Mexican and Mexican food, this is the place to learn the difference. The menu selections are the similar but the flavorings are different. My big gripe is that it is a long drive from the Northeast Heights but maybe that adds to the adventure. It is noisy and crowded because everything else about it is so good.

Pros: Food, Service, Parking

Cons: Noisy, Crowded, Hard to reach

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A random find while on business, this homestyle New Mexican food is worth fighting the crowds for. If you can't stand heat in your meal, stay away from this kitchen. The salsa and the carne adovada left me sweating like a politician on election day. They weren't just hot, they were perfectly flavorful and are tempered by extinguishing them with a cold one from their respectable beer list. Portions are also large. The dining room is crowded and the servers are bustling. While they are very friendly, they are so busy that they can be inattentive at times which is the only negative (a minor one). Bottom line: You'll leave Sadie's Hot but not Hungry!

2
★★★★☆

A random find while on business, this homestyle New Mexican food is worth fighting the crowds for. If you can't stand heat in your meal, stay away from this kitchen. The salsa and the carne adovada left me sweating like a politician on election day. They weren't just hot, they were perfectly flavorful and are tempered by extinguishing them with a cold one from their respectable beer list. Portions are also large. The dining room is crowded and the servers are bustling. While they are very friendly, they are so busy that they can be inattentive at times which is the only negative (a minor one). Bottom line: You'll leave Sadie's Hot but not Hungry!

Pros: The Slow Burn, Friendly Service, Plenty of Parking

Cons: The Crowd

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The food here is great and the service even better. They make their salsa and dishes deliciously spicy, the prices are reasonable, and the waitstaff is friendly, attentive, and professional. If you're looking for a good and casual New Mexican restaurant, I think that Sadie's is the ideal spot.

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★★★★☆

The food here is great and the service even better. They make their salsa and dishes deliciously spicy, the prices are reasonable, and the waitstaff is friendly, attentive, and professional. If you're looking for a good and casual New Mexican restaurant, I think that Sadie's is the ideal spot.

Pros: Food, Service, Margaritas

Cons: Somewhat noisy, No reservations

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Sadies is an amazing place to eat. They can cater large groups, handle a huge crowed, and all have smiles. Their salads are perfect with thier special dressing. The service is constant and their is never an empty glass or chip bowl.

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★★★★★

Sadies is an amazing place to eat. They can cater large groups, handle a huge crowed, and all have smiles. Their salads are perfect with thier special dressing. The service is constant and their is never an empty glass or chip bowl.

Pros: Inexpensive, lunch specials, atmosphere

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...about Mexican food is Sadie's. We live a couple blocks away, and end up there at least once a week if not more. The margaritas pack quite a punch, as does the chile. The only thing bad thing I can say is that they do not accept phone-in to go orders, so If I want to take dinner home, I have to sit at the bar (not a terrible thing, but sometimes inconvenient)

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★★★★★

...about Mexican food is Sadie's. We live a couple blocks away, and end up there at least once a week if not more. The margaritas pack quite a punch, as does the chile. The only thing bad thing I can say is that they do not accept phone-in to go orders, so If I want to take dinner home, I have to sit at the bar (not a terrible thing, but sometimes inconvenient)

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My children and I had just come to New Mexico from Alaska. Their previous introduction to Hispanic food was Taco Bell. Being in New Mexico they wanted authentic food so Sadie's was the obvious choice. After munching the delicious chips and salsa, the kids must have drunk three sodas apiece. Obviously they weren't in Alaska anymore. My carne adovada was perfect and the kids wanted to know what that huge thing on their plate was. Service was great and the atmosphere was so comfortable. Definately my favorite place.

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★★★★★

My children and I had just come to New Mexico from Alaska. Their previous introduction to Hispanic food was Taco Bell. Being in New Mexico they wanted authentic food so Sadie's was the obvious choice. After munching the delicious chips and salsa, the kids must have drunk three sodas apiece. Obviously they weren't in Alaska anymore. My carne adovada was perfect and the kids wanted to know what that huge thing on their plate was. Service was great and the atmosphere was so comfortable. Definately my favorite place.

Cons: no reservations

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I have travelled exzclusively for the last 30 years and the one restaurant I visit at least twice a week when I am in Albuquerque is SADIE'S. This is the finest, tastiest New Mexican/Mexican resataurnat in the USA bar none.

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★★★★★

I have travelled exzclusively for the last 30 years and the one restaurant I visit at least twice a week when I am in Albuquerque is SADIE'S. This is the finest, tastiest New Mexican/Mexican resataurnat in the USA bar none.

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If you ever get homesick for some great new mexican food then you must stop at Sadie's. You will not leave the table with a empty plate, they are just to huge to finish. The food tastes as if it was just prepared from scratch. It's THE BEST New Mexican restaurant in the city

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★★★★★

If you ever get homesick for some great new mexican food then you must stop at Sadie's. You will not leave the table with a empty plate, they are just to huge to finish. The food tastes as if it was just prepared from scratch. It's THE BEST New Mexican restaurant in the city

Pros: Large Portions, Fast Seating, Inexpensive

Cons: No Live Mariachis

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This is the place to come if you like HOT food. My daughter brought me to this restaurant when I was visiting her in college and there wasn't anything that I could eat there.\n\nI like salsa for flavor but not the heat and boy is this food hot. I ordered the enchiladas since the waiter thought this was the mildest item on the menu, but I couldn't eat more then a few bites.\n\nThe place was crowded though, so I know there are plenty of people that like the food.

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★★★★★

This is the place to come if you like HOT food. My daughter brought me to this restaurant when I was visiting her in college and there wasn't anything that I could eat there.\n\nI like salsa for flavor but not the heat and boy is this food hot. I ordered the enchiladas since the waiter thought this was the mildest item on the menu, but I couldn't eat more then a few bites.\n\nThe place was crowded though, so I know there are plenty of people that like the food.

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This place is THE best place to go eat in Albuquerque. I have three words for this place; Spicy, Sopapillas and delicious. I keep coming back to the restaurant because i love how spicy and tasty the green chile is. This stuff makes me sweat within four bites. I also recommend trying the stuffed sopapillas. They stuff them with beans and potatoes, which is quite tasty with the chile. All and all, this place is delicious!

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This place is THE best place to go eat in Albuquerque. I have three words for this place; Spicy, Sopapillas and delicious. I keep coming back to the restaurant because i love how spicy and tasty the green chile is. This stuff makes me sweat within four bites. I also recommend trying the stuffed sopapillas. They stuff them with beans and potatoes, which is quite tasty with the chile. All and all, this place is delicious!

Pros: spicy, green chile, margaritas

Cons: slow service

 

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