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Locally Made in Aztec

For the visitor who wants to have the local experience and flavor of the area, we invite you to visit these establishments. Their products are locally made and allows you to have a unique experience from our region!
550 Brewing Taproom

550 Brewing Taproom

119 E. Chuska Street
(505) 636-2261
Enjoy a pint or two of local micro-brew in a laid back taproom and bar. Want a wood fired pizza or calzones? Visit their 550 Brewing Pizza Parlor on 119 N. Main Avenue.

Aztec Feed & Supply

Aztec Feed & Supply

216 S Main Ave
(505) 334-8911
Your local source for animal feed, grain, fishing tackle, and more.

Aztec Rogue Foods

Aztec Rogue Foods

603 NE Aztec Blvd
(505) 860-4487
It's real food which is both tasty and good for you, packaged to take with you on the go. Good Foods To Go!

Feat of Clay

Feat of Clay

107 S. Main Avenue
(505) 334-4335
Feat of Clay Artistsí Co-op opened in June 2000 as a place for local artists to display and sell their work. The gallery hosts many local artists of various mediums, monthly featured artist shows, local authors, and quarterly open mic evenings. Feat of Clay is the place where locals and visitors alike will find one-of-a-kind artworks and can talk to the artists that create them. During COVID they are open Wednesday by appointment and Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm.
➠ Feat of Clay Artists' Co-op Gallery

Soaps On Main

Soaps on Main

108 S. Main Avenue
(505) 334-0586
We handcraft our small batch artisan soaps, bathbombs, lotions and so much more right here in downtown Aztec.

Locally Made Near Aztec

Aztec Farmers Market

Aztec Farmers' Market

Westside Plaza @ 1409 W. Aztec Blvd
(505) 334-3290
The Aztec Farmers' Market began in 2000 and exists to provide fresh, local, healthy, tasty produce and farm products to all visitors and people in our community while highlighting San Juan County's local agriculture. In turn, visitors and the community support farm families and growers and keeps spending local. We are members of the New Mexico Farmers' Marketing Association, who are dedicated to strengthening local food systems around the state. Open from July to October.

The Branded Bee

The Branded Bee

457 Road 3000
(505) 334-8912

Lavender On The San Juan River

Lavender on the San Juan River

181 NM 511
Blanco, NM 87412
(505) 793-9787
Our Lavender is grown on-site and chemical free. All products are made here by us "just for you."