There's no question that the music and the food are qreat at Lincoln's. Add to that the terrific staff (for directions call Bonnie on Friday afternoon and ask her "Where are you"), the energetic, eclectic crowd, and JimBob's enlightened management style and you have a real winner. Go by on Sunday afternoons.
Best Blues Club - 2011
Lincoln's Road House
Lincoln's Road House might be known primarily for its meatloaf cheeseburger, pot roast burrito and Cajun food, but the bar also brings in a meaty lineup of the area's finest blues acts, including the Informants, Delta Sonics, David Booker and Stanley Milton, on the weekends. Lincoln's also books such nationally known bluesmen as Muddy Waters's son Big Bill Morganfield and Albuquerque's Todd Tijerina to play the tiny stage next to the door. There isn't a whole lot of room to dance at Lincoln's, but the colorful crew of bikers and other regulars make the most of the space and always look like they're having one hell of a good time.