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Owl Bar

77 Highway 380, San Antonio, NM - (575) 835-9946
Posted By Gordon Hendricks on 10/25/2010 1:12:00 PM
Though the Green Chile cheeseburgers are smaller here than at Buckhorn Tavern... they are better tasting!! The onion rings are GREAT!!

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5 - Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
Green Chile Cheeseburger
Onion Rings
Green chile cheese Fries
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The quality of chile makes all the difference in a green chile cheeseburger. The Owl uses full-flavored, hot green chile atop a hand-formed patty of crusty-fried beef. The chile's heat is complemented by the beef and balanced by the layer of creamy cheese on top. This one is fully dressed with all available condiments -- the only way to go.
"The quality of chile makes all the difference in a green chile cheeseburger. The Owl uses full-flavored, hot green chile atop a hand-formed patty of crusty-fried beef. The chile's heat is complemented by the beef and balanced by the layer of creamy cheese on top. This one is fully dressed with all available condiments -- the only way to go."
Michael Stern





The Owl's green chile turns ordinary french fries into a memorable side dish.
"The Owl's green chile turns ordinary french fries into a memorable side dish."
Cliff Strutz


The view from my counter seat gives a small hint of the, shall we say, eclectic decor at this extremely colorful roadhouse.
"The view from my counter seat gives a small hint of the, shall we say, eclectic decor at this extremely colorful roadhouse."
Michael Stern


Just a couple of minutes off I-25 south of Socorro, the Owl Bar is a must-stop location for any traveler in search of unique regional specialties.
"Just a couple of minutes off I-25 south of Socorro, the Owl Bar is a must-stop location for any traveler in search of unique regional specialties."
Michael Stern



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