Nob Hill favorite opening doors to second location

Westside residents can now grab a bite to eat or enjoy a local beer with a new restaurant on the corner of Alameda Boulevard and Ellison Street opening its doors. Matanza owner Peter Gianopoulos told Albuquerque Business First he will be opening Wednesday. Gianopoulos said he is leasing the 10,000-square-foot location from Coe & Peterson. Coe & Peterson purchased the … Read More

Albuquerque crepe shop rolling into Westside

The Westside is abuzz with restaurant news as of late and residents are also getting a new place to grab a crepe and a coffee. Breve Crepes and Coffee is expanding to the corner of Alameda Boulevard and Ellison Street. The restaurant’s third location comes just a couple months after opening its second. Co-owner Billy Nguyen told Albuquerque Business First … Read More

Local restaurants attract Green Jeans distillery to open new location

A Green Jeans Farmery distillery is opening another location and it’s the tenants that were already there that attracted it to the Uptown area. Matt Simonds, owner of Broken Trail Spirits and Brew, is opening a new location on the corner of Menaul and Louisiana boulevards, the same development as local restaurants Fork and Fig and Filling Philly’s. He is … Read More

Restaurant and brewery moving into former Stumbling Steer location

A well-known chef is cooking up something on the Westside. Peter Gianopoulos, the owner and chef behind Nob Hill’s Matanza and Downtown’s Q Burger, is set to open a sister concept in the former Stumbling Steer location in the Cottonwood shopping area. Gianopoulos’ new Matanza concept location will feature a full liquor offering and offer a spin on craft food, … Read More

Former Stumbling Steer property going back on the market

Broker Teneé Swingle said Coe & Peterson is in the evaluation phase of the project, called The Ellison Project. The developers purchased the 25,000-square foot building for $3.8 million. Coe & Peterson is the developer behind the Marble Brewery taproom in the Northeast Heights and the Uptown Court on Menaul and Louisiana boulevards. The five-acre Ellison Project is off Ellison … Read More

Poki Poki Cevicheria opening second location

Poki Poki Cevicheria is planning its second Albuquerque location in a new lifestyle center in the Northeast Heights. Poke, pronounced “poh-keh,” is a marinated raw fish dish served in Hawaiian and Japanese restaurants. Teneé Swingle, a broker with Coe & Peterson, said Poki Poki Cevicheria is opening in The Wyoming Project, 3517 Wyoming Blvd., in the spring. The Wyoming Project … Read More

Exclusive: Real estate firm turning old NE Heights warehouse into a restaurant destination

After successfully renovating an old post office in the Northeast Heights into Marble Brewery’s new taproom and a restaurant for Slice Parlor, Albuquerque developers Coe & Peterson have bought another property to reimagine. Coe & Peterson purchased a 28,000-square-foot office and warehouse building in the Northeast Heights to turn into a lifestyle and restaurant development. The building is at 6001 … Read More

Marble debuts second taproom, this one in the Heights

Marble Taproom Albuquerque

Those living in the Northeast Heights will no longer have to drive Downtown for a taste of Double White. Albuquerque-based Marble Brewery opened a taproom in the Northeast Heights this week. The soft opening, held Wednesday, was packed with patrons. Last year the brewery announced it was moving into the Heights as part of a redevelopment project by the local … Read More

Marble purchases Northeast Heights taproom building

The priority for Marble Brewery’s co-owners will still be to make beer. But with the forthcoming opening of its Northeast Heights taproom, the business partners will also be landlords, too. Marble’s co-owners, Soren and Devin Peters, with Marble president and brewmaster Ted Rice, created an LLC to purchase their new Northeast Heights taproom’s building. The Albuquerque-based company Coe & Peterson … Read More