St. Clair winery & bistro is both a wine tasting room and great restaurant and I made two stops here during my 51 night roadtrip from Nov. 2012 to Jan. 2013. What a great find.
The menu contains everything from appetizers, tapas, sandwiches, paninis , pastas, burgers & other family favorites including full entrees and desserts.
The winery specializes in a vast array of New Mexico wines from whites, red, blush, reserve and even sparkling. New Mexico has almost 50 wineries but St. Clair is my favorite for both its wine and ambiance.
Plus, on weekends there is live music (no cover) and the bands are great,
The winery & bistro is open Sunday – Thursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm and Friday – Saturday 11:00 – 10:00 pm.
Whether you stop in for tasting, a New Mexico gift or even meal, you will not be disappointed.
Plenty of parking and easily accessible.
Dress Code: Because this is Las Cruces and the American Southwest, attire can be anything from semi-formal and/or resort casual to upscale or even your best jeans, boots and cowboy hat,
After dinner, we headed off for some dancing at a 4 room bar called "Graham's Central Station", which unfortunately had all the music I don't really care for in all four rooms. Country and Western in the main room, hip hop in the next largest room, latino is the smaller dance room, and karaoke, which occasionally had a good song, in the bar room. went with some local friends ... they had fun ... that's all that mattered. I hung out in the Hip hop room with a friend who was dancing up a storm. There was an attractive lot later in the evening, can't say much for the earlier hours, but if its your venue ... then its the place to be in Las Cruces - apparently one of the only large dance clubs in the area. Very friendly and hospital staff - and if the music was better, I'd give it a 4 star rating. Good shooters, good drinks. Rated 2 star out of 5. Visited 9/16/05.
In addition to a restaurant, Cattlemen's has a small lounge with TV sets showing sports and some tables. They dwere generous enough with the rum for my rum and coke. The clientele seemed to be mostly locals, and it was a little hard to get service.
Dress Code: Casual is the norm.
Here, they have a bar and bowling. We bowled a few games of Disco bowling for $5 that's with the shoes! I lost big time since I only bowl once in a blue. Roy kept on getting a lot of strikes. It was a good time.
Hooters is famous for their wings, a good selection of beer, and their cute women in bright orange short shorts and Hooters T-shirts.
Dress Code: Casual.