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Not a chain, Badlands offers true New Mexico hospitality and taste- for those of you traveling through, it's the place where locals go when they want a meal that's truly a cut above the rest, and relax with friends and neighbors. There's no dress code...no pretentiousness...just beef that's been wet-aged for 21 days, cut in-house and cooked to order...combine these with an ice cold beer or excellent bottle of wine... and you've got the stuff a cattleman's dreams are made of!
US$10 - US$35
Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, After-hours
Parking Available, Free Off-Street Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Accepts Discover, Reservations, Private Dining, Seating, Waitstaff, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Takeout
40 days dry aged - it's painted on the outside wall of the building. Sorry, the ribeye was simply not very good. Tough, overcooked from what I ordered and lacking flavor. The salad was not particularly fresh, wilted, over chilled, I couldn't finished it. On...More
We were impressed with the dinner we had at the Badlands Grill. We ordered the baked potato, grilled asparagus, Burger and a few drinks and all of it was very yummy! Friendly staff, relaxing and romantic environment, Western theme in country music playing. White linen...More
Grabbed dinner here while on a trip from Ft Worth to CA based on good reviews. Very clean, well-kept restaurant with white table cloths, great menu, friendly staff. Despite the white table cloth, casual attire is totally fine. Most likely one of the nicer restaurants...More
Went to eat dinner. Was impressed with the reviews. Wow $18.00 for a hamburger and $12.00 for salad. No thanks. Service was slow and prices too high for us. Wish I’d have looked at the menu before we went. Left and ate at Cracker Barrel.
Upon recommendation of the Hampton Inn West, we decided to try Badlands Grill. We were given a coupon for a choice of dessert or potato skins appetizer with an entree. The potato skins were served after our salads, but that was fine. We each ordered...More
We stayed the night in Gallup while moving cross country (again!). We had such an incredible dinner. Their aged steaks are memorable - and that is saying a lot being from the Midwest with my husband's grandfather raising champion Angus beef. Our server Rachel was...More
Although the ambiance is one of the best in Gallup, the food itself is not up to the price. The portions are small and the chicken that I ordered was overcooked and dry. There are many other great places to eat in Gallup that are...More