New Mexican Foods

1605 Juan Tabo NE
in the NW Corner of Sandra Plaza
(505) 503-8629

God! Family!
Good Food!

The essence of Rutilio's.
A locally owned and operated
restaurant for generations.

Call ahead for take-out.
Delivery service coming soon.

It all started with Rudy, "Rutilio",
many many years ago.

Rudy learned how to cook
from his father, 90 years old and
still kickin' in Belen, who learned
how to cook in the Navy.
Rutilio's has been a classic and
comfortable spot, south in Belen,
since 1990, but Rutilio has been
cooking for over 50 years.

The Belen location was voted
the best breakfast in Valencia
County for 3 years in a row.

After generations of
perfecting the menu,
Dan, Rudy's son and
Dinica, Dan's wife,
("Lovebirds"- their nickname
when they met while both
working at Intel)
are the owners of the brand
new ABQ Rutilio's location.

All their traditional
family recipes
are now

The new Albuquerque location
has been years in the making,
not because they didn't know
exactly what food they would serve,
but because, Dan, growing up in the
restaurant business, had always
dreamed of owning his own
Rutililo's New Mexican Food
and carrying on the family legacy.

They opened on
July 30th, 2019.

Over the years,
many loyal customers
have begged for an ABQ location.
Rudy has always wanted
a location in Albuquerque, too.

When Dinica retired,
the time seemed just about
perfect to fulfill Dan's dream,
appease the diehard customers
and make dad happy.

It doesn't seem like Dan or Dinica
are ever gonna slow down.
She is in charge, on a daily basis,
at the restaurant now,
after years of working with

Dan is excelling as an RN and
Director of Nursing for
New Beginnings working with
the Developmentally disabled.

AND of course, they spend
as much time as possible, with
their handsome grandsons
Jameson and Uriniah. In fact, names.
stayed home from school to be
with grandpa and grandma,
this very day.

The food at Rutilio's
is classic New Mexican.
A mix of Spanish, Mexican, Native
American and Gringo. The right
combination of spice and heat.
Everything is just a bit milder.

The customers rave about
the Carne Adovada and
the mild salsas -
red and green.

The ground beef enchiladas are
lite with a nice subtle puff of cumin
that lingers on your pallet. yum!

They also serve BLT's,
ham and swiss,
several burger options,
chile cheese fries,
Indian Tacos,
eggs anyway you want them,
including chicken fried steak
and eggs, biscuits/gravy,
pancakes and oatmeal.

Corn dogs and french toast
are on their
extensive children's menu.

Breakfast is served all day

Donna and Ken, regulars,
pictured below with Dinica,
love the crispy, crunchy
hash browns. They call them
"hashbrown chips",
Donna says, with a little snicker.

Of course,
Rutilio's serves
all the classics -
huevos rancheros, burritos,
taco salad, guacamole, chorizo,
rellenos and much more.

They will be adding desserts soon-
like fried ice cream, churros and
something she calls
"Sopapilla Sunday"
- small sopapilla, ice cream,
whipped cream
finished with a drizzle
of chocolate.

Catering is easy for them.
In fact, they do Prime rib,
turkey and all the fixins
for the holidays,
along with traditional
New Mexican cuisine
all year long.

They can do, weddings, funerals,
graduations, any party, big or small.
Even If it's not on the menu,
they can probably make it for you.

Call for pricing and details.

Dan's sister, Natalie,
also has a Rutilio's
located in Los Lunas.
Voted best Red Chile
in Valencia County.

Cannot leave out
sweet mom, Rebecca,
pictured above with Dan.

"We are so thankful
god has blessed us
with a place where families
can gather,
feel comfortable and
enjoy good food"!

Says Dinica.

That's the vibe that permeates at
Rutilio's Mexican Restaurant.

Simple! Delicious!
God . Family . Good Food

Mon.- Sat.
Sun. 7am-2pm.
Breakfast . Lunch . Dinner

2019 copyright Rutilio's New Mexican Foods.