Old-style downtown drive-in restaurant with burgers, shakes, tacos & enchiladas, and shaved ice.
Authentic Mexican Food – local chile and fresh ingredients! Locals love the Friday night Ribeye special.
Breakfast and lunch, chile cheese fries, and great bar-b-que in downtown T or C! Weekly specials include blue corn enchiladas.
Chinese, seafood, burgers, craft beers and wine, big screen TV, free wireless, and Big Foot.
Always cooked to order. Voted #4 by National Geographic on list of US top ten burgers.
Opening September 2, 2015. Authentic, creative Guisados-style tacos, sopes, appetizers and sides. Vegetarian, vegan, wheat-free and gluten-free offerings.
Two locations serving great burgers, hot dogs, steaks and ice cream out on the waters of Elephant Butte Lake. Open seasonally – 2nd week of March through October. A walk-up location is at Rock Creek Marina. The second location at Kettle Top is reachable by boat.
A la minute Italian, fresh seafood, pizza, calzones, sandwiches, steaks. Extensive wine and beer lists with organic options. Thanksgiving Buffet served annually.
Mexican and American food, eat in or carry out, casual dining in a cozy environment, authentic food.
Tacos, burritos, huevos rancheros, burgers, ice cream and more. Said to have the “Best Queso in the state!”
Open Thursday-Sunday serving hearty fare including chicken fried steak, green chile cheeseburgers and chicken fingers.
Scenic dining overlooking Elephant Butte Lake. Outdoor patio with live entertainment on summer weekends.
Affordable, 24/7 diner, just off I-25 on the north end of Truth or Consequences.
Tasty New Mexican food in downtown Truth or Consequences.
Breakfast and lunch – healthy salads, soups and sandwiches. Orders to go welcome. Always open during Art Hop.
A family style restaurant in a historical building decorated with antiques and memorabilia of the 1800s. Watch their Facebook for announcements about special evening meals.
Home style cooking, home town price.
Experience authentic New Mexican cuisine, steak and seafood in the Ivory Tusk Tavern and Restaurant.
Family owned and operated by Johnny and Jackie Baca. Delicious “Homerun Cooking” and friendly service.
Selected as a “New Mexico Treasure” by the New Mexico Department of Tourism. Serving Southern New Mexico since 1965.
Asian Fusion with a strong emphasis on fresh local ingredients. Occasional lunch specials and dinner specials nightly. Spa menu with dishes named in honor of local hot springs establishments.
Prime beef, extensive wine list, takeout dinners.
Dine in or take out Mexican Fast Food
Delicious, authentic Mexican dishes. Tasty chips & salsa.
Over 34,000 locations worldwide.
Burrito counter in the Fast Stop Convenience store – great breakfast burritos, mostly for takeout, seating is limited.
A diverse menu specializing in seafood, but with some pasta dishes and a fresh salad bar.
Quality coffee, tea, baked goods, breakfasts and lunches.
Founded in 1958. Biggest pizza company in the world.
Sumthins is NOT just ice cream anymore! Serving breakfast every day, all day.
A franchise drive-in restaurant with real car hops! Burgers, shakes, breakfast sandwiches.
Stone Age Cafe, located inside Bedroxx Bowling Alley, serves burgers, green chile phillies, nachos, pizza, and other tasty treats.
Sandwiches made with fresh ingredients – the Subway….way.
Now located in “uptown” T or C; enchiladas & stuffed sopapillas, burgers, breakfast.
The restaurant is open with limited menu Wed – Sun. Fish fry on Friday starting at 5PM. Beautiful views of Sierra del Rio Championship Golf Course – dine on the patio or inside.
Newly opened in January of 2015, under the management of restauranteur Tatsu Miyazaki. Open 7 days for breakfast lunch and dinner; beer and wine are expected later in the year.
Health food store and breakfast / lunch counter serving freshly prepared sandwiches, salads and (new!) almond and whole milk ice cream. Gluten-free and vegan offerings upon request.
Food Truck serving stuffed hamburgers, barbecue sandwiches, fried macaroni bites, funnel fries, and more – often located on Date Street at 4th in Truth or Consequences.