Great eating just east of downtown Albuquerque

Stroll the shady blocks of this up-and-coming neighborhood, and get a taste of what's new in New Mexico

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  • Getting there: From I-25, take the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. exit (224B) toward Central Ave. S.E./Rte. 66. EDo stretches along Central S.E., just west of I-25 to Broadway Blvd.

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Get your culture fix in EDo

House on a hill: It’s a lovely walk up to the Albuquerque Press Club’s historic clubhouse, a 1903 log house (you can enter only with a member, but the stroll alone is worth the trip). Closed Sun; 201 Highland Park Circle S.E.

Neighborhood nostalgia: The Special Collections Library archives marvelous old newspapers and genealogy data of New Mexico. Soak up local history as you wander through the 1925 Spanish pueblo revival building; it’s a registered landmark. Closed Sun; 423 Central Ave. N.E.; 505/848-1376.

Up-and-coming art: Discover Albuquerque’s young and quirky artists at Cirq Art Gallery, which often hosts receptions with live music, from hip-hop to folk. Call for schedule; from $5; 712 Central Ave. S.E.; ​505/242-3970.

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