LOOKING FOR STORIES: NM History Museum seeks input about restaurants for upcoming ‘Forks in the Road’

The New Mexico History Museum (NMHM) is asking community members for stories about notable New Mexico restaurants to give them a call.

Selected stories will become part of a new exhibition showcasing historic or iconic eateries across New Mexico called “Forks in the Road: A Diner’s Guide to New Mexico,” opening in late September.

To share a story, people can call (623) 335-BITE (2483) and follow the instructions when prompted. Callers will be asked to provide their first name, the name of the restaurant they are going to talk about, the city or community where the restaurant is or was located, the approximate date of their memory, and then what they remember.

Recordings will be limited to 3 minutes and participation is voluntary.

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