Albuquerque Restaurants



Antiquity Review

Within the thick adobe walls of this darkly lighted, romantic space off the plaza in Old Town, patrons have been feasting on rich, elegantly prepared American classics for more than 50 years. This isn't the edgy, contemporary restaurant to bring an adventuresome foodie—Antiquity specializes in classics, from starters of French onion soup and Alaskan King crabcakes with a perfectly piquant remoulade sauce to main courses like Chicken Madagascar, Australian lobster tail with drawn butter, and black angus New York strip-loin steak with horseradish sauce. The place may be a bit on the timeworn side itself, but the consistently well-prepared food and charming service still make it a winner.

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No lunch.
Updated: 12-04-2013

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