OUR HISTORY

 
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Lindy's Diner sits on the corner of Historic Route 66 (Central Avenue) and Fifth Street in Downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. Just across from another historic landmark, the KiMo Theatre, Lindy’s began its life as Coney Island Cafe in 1929, making it one of the oldest continually operating restaurants on Route 66. In 1960 it was renamed Lindy’s Diner, but the classic dishes and vintage atmosphere lived on. There’s a slew of fantastic burgers that’ll make your mouth water, like the Ultimate Burger, which has bacon, pepper jack cheese, chipotle mayo, avocado and a fried egg on top. There’s plenty of Greek and New Mexican dishes, and breakfast is served all day! Enjoy our rotating selection of 16 tap beers (including local craft brews), plus bottled beers, wine, and wine cocktails. Join us for delicious food and an authentic vintage Route 66 experience!

FAMOUS FRIENDS

 
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Jeff Bridges

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Danny Trejo

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Julianna Marguiles

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Christian Slater

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Jay Mohr

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Mary McCormack

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Jason Isaacs

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Richard Gere

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Michael Martin Murphy

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Matthew Broderick

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Alice Eve

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Steven Seagal

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Holly Holm

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Jonathan Banks

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Mayor Tim Keller