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In­dulge Café

Pasatiempo - - CONTENTS -

317 Aztec St.; 505-930-5983 www.comein­­dulge

Lunch 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Tues­days-Satur­days; closed Sun­days & Mon­days

Take­out avail­able Veg­e­tar­ian & ve­gan op­tions Pa­tio din­ing in sea­son Hand­i­capped ac­ces­si­ble Noise level: cheer­fully calm, with quiet chat­ter and mel­low mu­sic No al­co­hol Credit cards, checks

In­dulge Café (oc­cu­py­ing Aztec Café’s old spot) is the sort of place where the feel of child­hood tea par­ties car­ries on in the grown-up world. Lines from Lewis Car­roll and oth­ers are sten­ciled on the walls, the mis­matched ta­bles and chairs are painted in pas­tels, there’s a sparkling crys­tal chan­de­lier, and the over­all pal­ette echoes the gen­er­ously frosted cho­co­late cup­cakes in the bak­ery case. The café’s short but sweet menu fol­lows whim­si­cal suit, but noth­ing you’ll eat here is silly. It’s ro­bustly fla­vored and rapidly pre­pared, with a nod to nu­tri­tion. Keep your eyes open: A lit­tle girl might skip past you wear­ing fairy wings. Rec­om­mended: Best Bur­rito Ever, Per­fect Por­to­bello Panini, and Sparkle Goat Salad.

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