Better Call Saul

Get your Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad fix in Albuquerque, NM

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Better Call Saul
Are you a fan of Breaking Bad or Better Call Saul, the prequel to Breaking Bad? If so, I have the perfect destination for you to visit to get your Breaking Bad/Better Call Saul fix. Both popular series are based in Albuquerque, NM and a visit there will let you walk in some of your favorite characters footsteps.

I was in Albuquerque last year and loved visiting. I didn’t have nearly enough time there and hope to go back some day soon. It would be so much fun to check out the locations for Breaking Bad. Have you watched either of these tv series? We really enjoy Breaking Bad, but haven’t watched Better Call Saul yet.

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Enjoy these Albuquerque, NM locations from Better Call Saul:

SIP: Tuco Salamanca’s lair is actually Albuquerque’s Java Joe’s coffee shop. So don’t worry, the only explosions will be espresso flavors on your tongue.
DINE: Head to Loyola’s Family Restaurant, an iconic local favorite, where Jimmy unsuccessfully tries to acquire new clients under the ruse that his office is under construction.
DRINK: Spend the evening at the sleek Vintage 423, the same watering hole as Jimmy. Their local and regional cocktails will entice repeat orders, but it’s probably a good idea to enjoy only a drink or two to avoid the same fate as Jimmy.
RIDE: Climb aboard Breaking Bad RV Tours, and take in 17 filming sites such as Jesse’s house, Walt’s Car Wash and Los Pollos Hermanos, from the shows (Better Call Saul sites will be added as they air) with tour guides who worked on the production of the show.
SLEEP: Hotel Albuquerque, in the heart of Old Town, offers a “BaD Albuquerque Adventure” package including overnight accommodations, two packages of organic “Bathing Bad” bath salts from local day spa Great Face and Body, show-themed cocktails and more.

Enjoy these locations from Breaking Bad:

Blue Sky donuts from Rebel Donut, the original blue “meth” from The Candy Lady.
The Biking Bad Tour courtesy of Routes, Rentals and Tours featuring five different bicycle tour routes, each themed after a main character highlighting different filming locations and iconic scenes from the show.

Learn more and plan your visit with the Albuquerque Convention and Visitor’s Bureau.

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