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With so many restaurants in Santa Fe, it’s hard to pick just one. If your trips to the City Different only happen on weekends like mine do, weeding one favorite out from the list can be a task, so when it comes to trying a new place, it better be pretty enticing otherwise I’d just rather stick to what I know.
On a recent Sunday jaunt down Cerrillos Road, I noticed that Weck’s had opened right next door to Dion’s.
I’d always wanted to try one of the Weck’s locations in Albuquerque, but could never pry myself away from some of my favorite Albuquerque eateries. I figured this was my chance. My two dining partners also were eager to try the new place, so we stopped in.
Judging by the full waiting area, one can assume that either Weck’s is pretty darn good, or everyone had the same idea; they wanted to give the new place a try.
The wait was about 20 minutes, so we perused the menu while we waited for our table. Weck’s specializes in breakfast and lunch, but they offer a variety to choose from. Some of the breakfast offerings included: “Full Belly” omelettes, papas, egg plates, breakfast quesadillas, breakfast burritos, chicken fried steak, pancakes, French toast and oatmeal.
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