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Stop and Eat Drive In

110 Paseo de Onate, Espanola, NM - (505) 753-7400
Posted By Adam Platt on 7/1/2013 11:48:00 PM
Stop and Eat has a nice roadside vibe and the staff of local ladies who operate it are kind and dedicated. But, the green chile cheeseburger consists of dry, desiccated patties of hamburger, unmelted cheese, and so little green chile as to be barely noticeable. This is a destination burger only for eaters who value period charm above food quality.

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Green chile and melted cheese sing harmony with a beef patty in this New-Mex classic sandwich.
"Green chile and melted cheese sing harmony with a beef patty in this New-Mex classic sandwich."
Michael Stern





Stop & Eat no longer offers carhop service, but it retains all the flavor of mid-20th century car culture.
"Stop & Eat no longer offers carhop service, but it retains all the flavor of mid-20th century car culture."
Michael Stern


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"People in the Southwest love Fritos pie, an inspired combination of chili and Fritos chips. This one lacks the traditional garnish of shredded cheese."
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Stop & Eat isn't open at breakfast time, but the egg burrito makes a good mid-day brunch (a word NOT on the menu here!). Note the low-low prices.
"Stop & Eat isn't open at breakfast time, but the egg burrito makes a good mid-day brunch (a word NOT on the menu here!). Note the low-low prices."
Michael Stern



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