We personally at Q Realty® are really excited to see things in Albuquerque continuing to grow and change, if we have learned anything from this pandemic is to appreciate our surroundings and that EVERYONE is essential. We ALL are essential workers, family members, and friends. Remember to support all ventures, especially those who are locally owned and operated. Let’s do our best to “Keep it in the Q”!
by: KRQE Staff
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Albuquerque Northeast Heights residents will soon have a new place to grab local food and beer.
Tin Can Alley is a shipping container development at the corner of Alameda and San Pedro inspired by the Green Jeans mini-mall. There will be ten local businesses including Santa Fe Brewing, Squeezed Juice Bar and Michael Thomas Coffee. Amore Pizza, SA BBQ, Guava Tree, Pho Kup and Flip-Flops will also be at Tin Can Alley.
Monday the developer announced a May 30 opening. For now, they will offer to-go orders until the state’s public health order allows for dine-in.