From the Tomahawk burger (served on fry bread) to the chicken tortilla soup, and the Southwest chicken wontons to the Hard Apple salad, there are enough unique choices on Don Nason's menu to distinguish it from your…
You can still ask yourself New Mexico's state question here (red or green?), but you'll no doubt appreciate that it applies to curry for a change. The kitchen whips up good standards, from pad Thai to tom yum soup.
One of Roswell's premier date restaurants, this large bistro delivers reliable pizzas and pasta dishes, as well as steak and seafood dishes like the tasty oven-broiled scallops.
One of the few truly local joints left in town, this is a good option for a breakfast before hitting the UFO museum or the road.
Roswell holds a fine crop of inexpensive New Mexican restaurants; this one is homestyle and dependable, with all the variations on green and red chile you could hope for.
If you're craving something sweet, head a dozen blocks north of downtown and treat yourself to homemade cakes and cookies.