The newest restaurant in the Village of Los Lunas has a full bar, an extensive breakfast-to-dinner menu, will be supporting community activities, and accepts reservations.
The Range Café is now open at 740 Main St. NE, space which was occupied by Henrietta’s Restaurant for many years.
Restaurant Manager Elias Montaño says the folks at the Range Café want to be part of the greater Los Lunas community. As part of this effort, the Range Café has selected El Ranchito de los Ninos as its community partner. El Ranchito de los Ninos is a non-profit children’s home located in Valencia County.
Montano points out The Range Café wants to work with people and organizations throughout the community.
The first Range Café opened in Bernalillo. There are now four restaurants in Albuquerque and the one in Bernalillo continues to thrive.
The Range Café in Los Lunas will employ 60 part and full-time workers.
Breakfast is served all day but there is so much more to the menu. Offerings include different kinds of salads, big plates of food that run the gamut of mac and cheese to blackened salmon, hamburgers and sandwiches, and North of the Border New Mexico specialties.
The dessert and bakery choices could be overwhelming with lots of pie flavors, different cakes, many homemade bakery items, plus an extensive dessert menu.
There’s also a Happy Hour with drink and food specials.
The Range Café in Los Lunas is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., 363 days a year, closed Thanksgiving and Christmas, phone 505 508-2144, website rangecafe.com.