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Mostly Madrid3-B Firehouse Lane
Madrid, NM 87010
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The jewelry and art of the Pueblos, local artists, collectables and other fabulous finds. Find us in Gypsy Plaza, at the south end of Madrid
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The Mine Shaft Tavern - Madrid's Historic Tavern now also has heated deck that overlooks town. Serving lunch & dinner with full bar. Winner of the Santa Fe Green Chile Cheeseburger! Live Music every weekend & 12 Local Brews on Tap!
The Hollar - The Hollar fuses southern cooking with the freshest local ingredients. Comfort food done right!
Talking Talons Thrift Store - A thrift store with a mission: goods are recycled and sales help support wildlife and environmental programs for youth.
Johnsons of Madrid Galleries of Fine and Fiber Arts Since 1973 - The biggest and best Art Gallery between ABQ & Santa Fe. Now with CHRISTMAS CITY, a new gallery of books and other playthings.
Jezebel Soda Fountain - Experience the original soda fountain from the 1920's. Jezebel's decadent romance with food parlor.
Cindy Sheff, Realtor - Specializing in Real Estate Sales along the Turquoise Trail and Santa Fe homes on land.
Gypsy Plaza - 12 unique shops in Madrid's south end. Featuring local arts, jewelry, chocolates, paintings, sculpture, leather, metal & fiber arts and vintage boots & collectables.
Tinkertown Museum - In 2010, Tinkertown was listed as one of the top 10 small museums in America by Fox News and Huffington Post on Trip Advisor. Open 9-6 daily, April-Nov 1st.
Java Junction B & B - Charming Victorian suite on the second floor. Private bath, kitchen & porch.
Real McCoy - Collectibles, Musical Instruments to Teddybears, Lamps to Decor, a Fun little Store with "Something for Everyone. "
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Great live music, roasting of chiles with New Mexican food specials and theatrical events at the Mine Shaft Tavern and Engine House Theatre.
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National Scenic BywayOn June 15, 2000 the Turquoise Trail received designation as a National Scenic Byway from the The National Scenic Byways Program after completing a comprehensive corridor management plan.
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