Ice Cream Shops, Parks, and Auto Repair Shops in Alvarado Park - Albuquerque, NM
Alvarado Park has a number of ice cream shops, parks, and auto repair shops we’ll discuss in this short post. First, a quick introduction to the area.
Southeast Albuquerque’s Alvarado Park area is located immediately south of I-40. Between the University of New Mexico and the Expo/Fairgrounds, it is conveniently situated. And it has a lot of popular local sites. Here are some examples of them.
Crazy Bomb Cups
In Crazy Bomb Cups, you can order any dish you like, including chips of any variety and dessert. You may get ice cream, American and Mexican candies, any kind of chips, Clamato Cups, Aguas Frescas, and Elotes. Additionally, they offer the craziest milkshakes, pancakes, and crepes. This ice cream shop located at 2130 San Mateo Blvd NE suite g, Albuquerque has 167 reviews with a 4.7-star rating.
One Google reviewer Keasha E. shared;
“Shakes were SOOO good! Lots of fun flavors and add ons!”
It goes without saying that Alvarado Park would be one of the nicest parks in the area that bears its name. This park provides the locals in the area with lovely, old trees, grassy open space, and a playground. You must be a resident of the neighborhood to use this park since the HOA enforces the neighborhood’s rules.
Rick’s Auto Repair Shop
Rick’s Auto Repair Shop, one of the best in the city, is located in Alvarado Park. From brake repair to engine rebuilding and transmission repair, Rick’s Auto Repair Shop provides a broad range of services. They service most Asian and some German vehicles in addition to their specialization in Honda and Acura.
Driving Directions from Rick’s Auto Repair Shop to Albuquerque Computer & Electronics Recycling Co
Drive 13 min (8.8 miles)
Rick’s Auto Repair
1901 Alvarado Dr NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110, United States
Get on I-40 W
3 min (0.9 mi)
Head west on Aspen Ave NE toward Palomas Dr NE
Turn right onto San Mateo Blvd NE
Pass by Starbucks (on the right in 0.3 mi)
Turn right to merge onto I-40 W
Continue on I-40 W. Take I-25 N to Pan American Frontage Rd N. Take exit 231 from I-25 N
6 min (6.7 mi)
Merge onto I-40 W
Use the right 3 lanes to take exit 159B-159C to merge onto I-25 N toward Santa Fe
Take exit 231 toward San Antonio Dr/Ellison Rd
Take Ellison St NE to Hawkins St NE
3 min (1.2 mi)
Use the left lane to merge onto Pan American Frontage Rd N
Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Ellison St NE
Turn right onto Jefferson St NE
Turn left onto Hawkins St NE
Destination will be on the left
Albuquerque Computer & Electronics Recycling Co
3726 Hawkins St NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109, United States
Do you do residential recycling pick-ups?
Only corporations are picked up by us; individuals are not. However, dropping off your old TV at our recycling site in Albuquerque is simple. We can also arrange a pick-up if you happen to be a business with TVs that need to be recycled.
Why is there a charge for TV recycling?
When we charge a processing fee as an Albuquerque electronics recycling facility, it’s to help alleviate the expense of the recycling operation. No fee is necessary if we can sell enough parts to cover our expenses. However, TV recycling is a more extensive process, and as a result, we must pay higher costs for recycling some of the components, which explains the extra cost.