Museum Hill Café                                       505.984.8900  Free WiFi

The Downtown and East Side alternative. Serving fresh food, desserts, and a selection of fine wines and beers.
Open for lunch 11am-3pm every day! FRIDAY features our Happy hour 4-6pm, dinner from 5-8pm.
Plenty of free parking too!

Summer Menu and Entertainment


At Museum Hill Cafe

2014 line-up


Thursday, August 7th


A jazz pianist, composer, author and educator, Mark has played with Dizzy Gillespie, Woody Shaw, Freddie Hubbard, Joe Henderson, Tito Puente, Mongo Santamaria, Cal Tjader, Willie Bobo, Bobby Hutcherson, and many others. Twice nominated for a Grammy, 2003 and 2010, Best Latin Jazz CD's.


Reservations Suggested



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We will have an a la carte dinner

menu available and plenty of amazing wines and beers.

Tickets available at

(505) 983-6820




 Most Sundays enjoy songwriter, performer, entertainer Melanie Monsour. Her piano  skills are sure to please.

Also  sharing  Sundays, Randy Rane playing guitar wonderful sounds to enhance your  Sunday lunch on Museum Hill. Call  us to find out if it is a piano or guitar Sunday







Friday evenings, from Memorial Day to Labor Day, we offer live entertainment  and a full dinner menu on our newly expanded outdoor patio from 5-8 PM.

Sample Dinner Menu:

7oz. Tumbled Beef Tenderloin with Brazilian Spice Rub wrapped in bacon served with mashed potato and grilled asparagus 

         Fresh Grilled Salmon Served           with mashed potato and griled asparagus and tomato salad

 Prosciutto Wrapped Shrimp Skewers   in a lite BBQ sauce served over Feijoada, Brazilian stew of black beans, Sausage, becon and rice

Chicken Mole Pulled chicken breast in Laura's family mole recipe. Rice, beans and corn tortillas

Goat Cheese Stuffed Portabella Red chile infused goat cheese and finished with yellow and red pepper coulis served with rice and beans 

Our New Lentil Salad Curried green lentils served with orzo, mixed greens, feta edamame 

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