The Weekly Yelp: A little trip to Las Cruces

El Paso’s a pretty big city with a lot of hustle and bustle. Sometimes it’s nice to take a trip to nearby Las Cruces, New Mexico for a little relaxation and farmland scenery. This week we’re giving you a guide to some of our LC favorites!

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920 N Alameda Blvd, Las Cruces, NM

“I like this little place… I love their kale lettuce mix. I adore getting roasted beets on my salad. The New Mexican salad is a tasty delight. Between The New Mexican and Kale Roasted Beet Delight salad, I am happy to be a regular.” – Katy J.

317 N Main St, Las Cruces, NM

“If you like books and want to spend an hour (or more) browsing through a great, gigantic, used book store, this is the place for you. The store has every category of books for all levels of readers and interests.” – R G.

1733 E University Ave, Las Cruces, NM

“The best coffee in the El Paso/Las Cruces area. I’ve been here tons of times and absolutely love their cappuccinos and lattes. The whole bean coffee is really fresh and has a date so you know when it’s roasted.” – Xavier E.

741 N Almeda St, Ste. 16, Las Cruces, NM

“I had the special omelet with waffles… We also ordered the Bavarian cream to taste. Well, Las Cruces has a new breakfast champ… The ambiance is wonderful, the service is great, the food is delicious.” – Jack E.

1201 W Hadley Ave, Las Cruces, NM

“Great beer… I was a big fan of the Bohemian Pilsner. The girls liked the peach-flavored beer… Very cool place. Brewery is basically a modified house.” – David T.