Nob Hill in Albuquerque has a lot to offer, not the least of which is some of the city’s top bars, all within a few blocks along Central Avenue.
What began as a gas station on the eastern edge of Albuquerque in 1939 has morphed into a casual, friendly place to gather with family and friends. The original filling station look is Kelly’s unique décor. Offering excellent, in-house brews, Kelly’s is a local hot spot. The sports bar features games. The outdoor patio seating features the perfect spot to try the 20 different brewed beers.
If they don’t win you over with the good pub grub, they will with the Stone Brew Company Double Ale on tap. The live music on Sunday night ranges from folk to bluegrass, and on the walls, they always feature the work of a local artist. O’Niell’s has been an Albuquerque legend since 1994. Happy hour 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Two Fools Tavern looks every bit like a real Irish pub, with dark wood, small round tables designed for intimate talk, and plenty of warm stout on tap. Two Fools is fashioned after an authentic Irish pub, and like the real thing, features live music and real pub grub.