Pat Hurley Has Nice Parks and Rich History

Because Pat Hurley is one of the older neighborhoods in Albuquerque, its history has been preserved quite well. You can actually read all about it in this document created for the Pat Hurley Neighborhood Walking Tour. It was originally a farming community, which makes perfect sense given its location. It took on the name Pat Hurley after President Hoover’s Secretary of War. 

Best Restaurants in Pat Hurley

If you’re looking for some great BBQ, in Pat Hurley, you can’t beat Golden Pride. They have a few locations throughout Albuquerque but for those in the Pat Hurley area, thankfully there is a location right on Central Ave. Not only do they have legendary fried chicken, but they are also known for having the best burrito in Albuquerque. Only in the ABQ do you get ribs and burritos in one restaurant! One Google reviewer, James G., shared,

“The people here were extra nice and the food was very hot and very cold it was like it should be—tastes fantastic and it was fresh there’s a lot of Kentucky Fried Chicken’s around but I will drive out of my way to go to this one.”

If the line is too long at Pat Hurley, or if you’re just a die-hard Church’s Chicken fan, there is also a Church’s Chicken in Pat Hurley. 

Scuba Gear in Albuquerque, Pat Hurley

Deep Sea Scuba might seem a little out of place in the middle of the desert, but you’d be surprised how many people come to Deep Sea Scuba to get scuba certified. They offer certifications and classes for both pool certifications and open water certifications. They also have advanced courses for those looking to take their skill to the next level.

Driving Directions from Deep Sea Scuba to Bosque Heating, Cooling & Plumbing

Drive 18 min (9.8 miles)

Deep Blue Scuba

5001 Central Ave NW, Albuquerque, NM 87105, United States

Get on I-40 E from Central Ave NW/U.S. Rt. 66

8 min (2.7 mi)

Head west on Central Ave NW/U.S. Rt. 66 toward 52nd St NW

499 ft

Use the 2nd from the left lane to make a U-turn at 52nd St NW

Pass by Pep Boys (on the left in 0.4 mi)

1.7 mi

Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Rio Grande Blvd NW

0.7 mi

Turn right to merge onto I-40 E

0.2 mi

Continue on I-40 E. Take I-25 N to Pan American Frontage Rd N. Take exit 230 from I-25 N

6 min (6.2 mi)

Merge onto I-40 E

1.6 mi

Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 159B-159C to merge onto I-25 N toward Santa Fe

4.4 mi

Take exit 230 toward San Mateo Blvd/Osuna Rd

0.1 mi

Continue on Pan American Frontage Rd N to your destination

3 min (0.9 mi)

Merge onto Pan American Frontage Rd N

0.3 mi

Use the left lane to turn left onto San Mateo Blvd NE

249 ft

Continue onto Osuna Rd NE

0.1 mi

Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Pan American Fwy NE

0.4 mi

Turn right

Destination will be on the left

285 ft

Bosque Heating Cooling and Plumbing

5901 Pan American Fwy #D1, Albuquerque, NM 87109, United States

How will I know if it’s cost-effective to switch to AC from my swamp cooler?

Unlike some of our competitors in Albuquerque HVAC, we don’t have salespeople come to your home or business to do an estimate. We send our trained technicians (the same people who will actually do the install) who know exactly what to look for when it comes to duct size, the layout of the home or business, current electric panel, and cost per square foot so we can determine the right move for you.

Why choose Bosque Heating and Cooling to do your Albuquerque air conditioning install?

We’ve been working in the region for 55 years and we care about finding innovative solutions for each customer. We know what works in Rio Rancho doesn’t necessarily work in Taylor Ranch. And what works in Taylor Ranch might not work in Alamosa. We know and care about this community and we care about finding you the most cost-effective solution for your situation.

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