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Owl Bar

77 Highway 380, San Antonio, NM - (575) 835-9946
Posted By bear Albrecht on 7/25/2012 2:24:00 PM
I live within walking distance. Yes, it's legendary, and resting on their laurels big time. They have the distinction of serving me both the worst banquet food and the worst hamburger of my long life. Go across the street.

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Green Chile Cheeseburger
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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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