Churches, Mexican Restaurants, and Daycares in South Atrisco - Albuquerque, NM

South Atrisco has a number of churches, Mexican restaurants, and daycares we’ll discuss in this short post. First, a quick introduction to the area.

Just west of the Rio Grande and just east of Highway 45, in the southwest part of Albuquerque, is the neighborhood known as South Atrisco. Although it is mainly residential, there is a small strip mall, a local school, and a few churches.

Cornerstone Apostolic Church

The Cornerstone Apostolic Church is another place of worship in South Atrisco. Both Sundays and Wednesdays nights are service days. They belong to the Apostolic movement, which takes its name from the twelve apostles of Jesus and aspires to be like the Christian church of the first century.

La Michoacana

La Michoacana in South Atrisco may be the best option if you’re wanting unique paletas, Coolstix (traditionally known as bolis), and vasitos (cups). Every paleta, bolis, or cup they sell contains actual ice cream and/or ingredients like fruit, nuts, and chocolate that you can see and taste.

One Google reviewer, Yasmin shared;

“Highly recommend I’d say if you’re on this side of town or just want to stop buy and get your Mexican munchie fix with the fam.  It has an awesome variety of ice cream, mangoneadas, which is  mango slushi and chamoy, dori-nachos, ceviche tostadas, fresh fruit smoothies, fresh fruit coolers. They also have white corn on the cob with fresh powdered queso and powdered chili. They also have homemade hamburgers, tacos, asada fries and much much more… you got to come in and try and it won’t disappoint. I find this parlor to have more flavor than other places I’ve tried.”

Building Bridges Daycare

Building Bridges Daycare is located in South Atrisco. It is included in the TLC Development Centers network. In terms of music, art, food, clothing, literature, and customs, their curriculum is intended to reflect both New Mexico and a wide range of other cultures.

Neighborhoods Near South Atrisco

Stinson Tower

Wells Park

West Park

South Broadway

Driving Directions from Building Bridges to Albuquerque Computer & Electronics Recycling Co

Drive 19 min (11.4 miles)

Building Bridges

2400 Bridge Blvd SW, Albuquerque, NM 87105, United States

Get on I-25 N in Albuquerque from Bridge Blvd SW and NM-314 E

8 min (3.3 mi)

Head east on Bridge Blvd SW toward Atrisco Dr SW

1.5 mi

Merge onto NM-314 E/Av. Dolores Huerta

Continue to follow NM-314 E

 Pass by McDonald’s (on the left in 0.7 mi)

1.2 mi

Continue onto Avenida Cesar Chavez

0.4 mi

Turn left to merge onto I-25 N

0.2 mi

Follow I-25 N to Pan American Frontage Rd N. Take exit 231 from I-25 N

7 min (7.0 mi)

Merge onto I-25 N

6.6 mi

Take exit 231 toward San Antonio Dr/Ellison Rd

0.3 mi

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

0.1 mi

Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Ellison St NE

0.4 mi

Turn right onto Jefferson St NE

0.1 mi

Turn left onto Hawkins St NE

Destination will be on the left

0.5 mi

Albuquerque Computer & Electronics Recycling Co

3726 Hawkins St NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109, United States


Can I recycle a tube TV in Albuquerque?

Yes, we recycle tube TVs (CRT TVs), rear projection TVs, and newer flat-screen TVs like LED and LCD TVs. The only type of tube TVs we cannot accept is if the glass if broken or the TV is otherwise not intact.

Do you do residential recycling pick-ups?

We do not do pick-ups for individuals, only for businesses. However, it’s easy to come by our recycling facility in Albuquerque and simply drop off your old TV. Or, if you happen to be a business with TVs you need to recycle, we can schedule a pick-up for those.