Things To Do In Madrid, NM
The Mine Shaft Tavern2846 Hwy 14
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New Mexico Roadhouse Cuisine with Green Chile CheeseBurgers, Handcut fries, Fish & Chips, Vegetarian Dishes, Daily Specials and Desserts.
When you "belly up to the bar" at The Mine Shaft Tavern, you will be served from the longest stand-up bar in New Mexico!
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