New Mexico Nightlife

Wine Club Membership with Tour and Tastings for Two or Four at Anasazi Fields Winery (Up to 61% Off)

Anasazi Fields Winery

Placitas

Tour the premises before sipping on dry table wines hand-crafted from locally sourced fruits and berries; membership includes 20% discount

$50 $20

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Tasting and Cocktails for Two or Four at Santa Fe Spirits (50% Off)

Santa Fe Spirits

Santa Fe

Sample award-winning spirits including apple brandy and whiskey in downtown tasting room

$44 $22

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Wine-Tasting Package for Two or Four or $30 Worth of Wine at Pecos Flavors Winery (Up to 53% Off)

Pecos Flavors Winery

Roswell

Pair sips of wine with bites of cheese inside a tasting room brimming with New Mexico history, including a century-old bar

$40 $19

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Wine Tasting for Two or Four with Syrah Wine to Take Home at Vivac Winery (Up to 44% Off)

Vivac Winery

Multiple Locations

Sip New Mexico wines onsite at the winery in Dixon or at the Santa Fe Farmers' Market

$62 $35

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Craft-Beer Flights and Pints for Two or Four at Broken Bottle Brewery

Broken Bottle Brewery

West Albuquerque

Tip back 2-ounce pours of Broken Bottle's standby and seasonal brews, such as its hoppy black IPA, pumpkin ale, or citrusy summer ale

$22 $11

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Movie for Two or Four or Individual or Family Memberships at Center for Contemporary Arts (Up to 52% Off)

Center for Contemporary Arts

Old Santa Fe Trail

Newly renovated arts center screens docs, indies, and world cinema, including Oscar-nominated films; gallery showcases modern work

$24 $12

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Pub Food and Drinks for Two or Four at Spectators Sports Pub & Grill (40% Off)

Spectators Sports Pub & Grill

Mountain Run

TV-speckled bar serves up charbroiled mushroom and swiss burgers, baby back ribs, and potato skins

$20 $12

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Movie Outing with Popcorn and Sodas for Two or Popcorn for Four at The Screen (Up to 53% Off)

The Screen

Santa Fe

International, independent, and arthouse cinema projected in 35 mm; digital fills curved HD screen in stadium-seating theater

$28 $14

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Movie Outing with Popcorn and Sodas for Two or Popcorn for Four at The Screen (Up to 53% Off)

The Screen

Santa Fe

International, independent, and arthouse cinema projected in 35 mm; digital fills curved HD screen in stadium-seating theater

$28 $14

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Select Local Merchants

A lengthy lineup of traditional game-day fare and a sports atmosphere captivate fans at Fox and Hound - Bailey's, where the kitchen remains open as late as its neighboring fully stocked bar. Chefs cook until the wee hours of the morning and always until the bar closes, baking Bavarian pretzel starters, crafting towers of onion rings, and preparing hand-battered chicken tenders that are cooked until they are golden brown. They blend their own seasonings to sprinkle over grilled-to-order burgers, and draw from a diverse roster of cheeses and toppings to crown their wood-oven-inspired flatbreads.

While manning the bars, bartenders tap into a stash of libations, such as UV Whipped vodka and Patron Silver tequila, to mix their specialty cocktails. To further foster a sporting ambiance, high-definition TVs glow with sports games and custom music-video playlists, and guests partake in pastimes of ump bashing, billiards, or competitive people watching.

4301 The Lane NE
Albuquerque,
NM
US

Jamie O'Hara the Magic Guy's child-friendly, interactive performances have entertained jaded children and giddy adults with a balance of magic and comedy for nearly a quarter century. Jamie's balloon-shaping hands, humor-filled hats, in-depth encyclopedia readings, and surprise rabbit showings keep special events entertaining with eye-fooling flimflammery.

839 Hummingbird Dr
Las Cruces,
NM
US

Back in the '80s, winemaking was just a hobby for artist and wine enthusiast Jim Fish. Today, some of his original hobby casks still serve as a reminder of how far he's come, as they stand surrounded by hundreds of gallons of newer wines. At Anasazi Fields Winery, Fish focuses on table wines made from locally-sourced fruits and berries such as plum, apricot, blackberry, and peach. And despite being fruit wines, they're dry and multi-faceted, a far cry from the sweet varietals some might imagine when they hear fruit wine.

The winery is open throughout the year, beckoning visitors inside for tastes and tours, events, or to buy a bottle, sold on the premises. Orchards and vineyards surround the property, all watered by a spring-fed irrigation system that dates back more 1000 years when Anasazi people farmed the valley.

26 De Los Pueblitos Cmno
Placitas,
NM
US

Toro Tequila Bar & Grill furnishes the famished with a menu of tangy grilled meats steeped in Mexican flavorings. The fuego sliders ($7) rush to the table, leaving a smoking trail of chipotle aioli in their wake. Beef short ribs, fresh from a tequila-lime bath, snuggle up in their mashed-potato beds with pico de gallo pillows and vegetable quilts ($18). Poultry gobblers relish the pepperjack chicken paired with linguini in a spicy cream sauce ($15).

1465 Rio Rancho Dr SE
Rio Rancho,
NM
US

A Santa Fe landmark, the Inn and Spa at Loretto is steeped in an atmosphere that befits a place where the coyotes don bandanas, the tumbleweeds wear turquoise, and the sunset has been stuck on "stunning" since 927 BC. The Loretto is an architectural recreation of the Taos pueblo, right down to the haute restaurant, galleries, gardens, and wooden ladders in place of stairs. Georgia O'Keeffe famously painted the hotel in 1932, accurately depicting the enormous cow skull that perpetually hovers above the roof as well as the huge pink lily whose delicate, puffy folds form the hotel's entrance.

211 Old Santa Fe Trl
Santa Fe,
NM
US

Pecos Flavors Winery opened fairly recently—in 2004, originally just as a Roswell-based tasting room—but it brims with New Mexico history. The facility's current tasting room, for instance, takes on the identity of a southern New Mexico ranch. Its bar is a century old, plucked from Hondo Valley. Nearby, a statue of Billy the Kid keeps watch, staring grudgingly at anyone who spills their glass.

Befitting its state pride, Pecos has an extensive selection of New Mexican wines. More than 80 different blends of regional wine populate the Pecos collection, including the winery's own varietals grown at a pair of Chaves County vineyards. Pecos offers a number of other New Mexico products, too, such as coffee, sauces, and chocolates, as well as beers gathered from in-state breweries.

305 N Main St.
Roswell,
NM
US