Been eating here past 15 years of their 25ish years existence when they started out in a Burb of Albuquerque, in Bernalillo in a space they retrofitted with simple "New Mexican" furnishings along with artwork of Locals.
Their latest venture just north of historic Old Town/Route 66 or right off of I-40, is a refurbished former fast food restaurant where they've let a Local artist create/use this high ceilinged open space by featuring 3D bovines trying to fancifully invade our famous hot air balloons.
On a most recent visit to check out the Newbie, opted for a plain old omelet instead of my more traditional choice of Huevos Rancheros or a Breakfast Burrito, etc. For several years living in Vegas, I was spoiled by Sunday Brunch Buffets where they "hand-make" right before your very eyes, Omelets. The Range's "Kitchen Sink" is a most pregnant "egg taco" of ham, bacon, white cheddar, cream cheese, green onion, avocado, tomato, to include Green or Red Chile on the side, along with e.g. papitas. My Daughter and G-Daughter were regaled by a stack and waffles smothered in fruits with whippy cream. My Son-in-Law's Egg's Benedict, but as Huevos con Queso, produced a contented grin that lasted him all the way out to his Truque!
Have never had a bad meal nor service; the Red or Green New Mexican Chile have always been up to par along with the Margaritas! Look for pretty packed venues on the weekends.
---Ooo Ooo....They are retrofitting a Lone Star Steakhouse as their first venture on the WestSide of the Rio Grande on Coors to open Septemberish!!! Viva La Range!