About Katrinah’s East Mountain Grill


Voted the Number 1 Breakfast Burrito on the New Mexico Breakfast Burrito Byway!

Just a short hop North of Route 66 or I-40 let Katrinah’s East Mountain Grill is on the way to or from Madrid, Santa Fe, Galisteo and Stanley.
On NM 344 at the corner of Dinkle Rd. – just keep going past Walmart.

Open 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. Tues. – Sat.
Sundays 8 a.m. – 2 p.m and the
restaurant is closed Mondays

Authentic New Mexican, American, and Customer Favorites
Steaks, Burgers, Burritos, Gyros, Specialty Salads
and so much more!

Dine In * Take Out * Drive Up

Alibi Photo Katrinah's East Mountain Grill SandwichesA menu is available daily, and breakfast items are can be served until 2 pm. Almost breakfast, lunch, and dinner entrees and many daily specials are under $10. Kids, seniors, and a la carte menus are available all day.

In a rush? Check out our menu online and call ahead at (505) 281-9111 to have your order ready when you arrive. Any menu items can be prepared ahead to go!

Made from scratch New Mexican specialties feature fresh (never frozen) hand cut steaks and burgers, New Mexican breakfast burritos, salads American grill items, chicken fried steak, hand held burritos, home made soup, sandwiches, gyros, fresh baked goodies, Starbucks coffee and coffee drinks, ice cream and ice cream drinks, vegetarian dishes and gluten free foods and much more.

Our squeaky clean restaurant and coffee bar gives you a place to relax and socialize while you enjoy our fresh food. Table service customers can enjoy complimentary high speed wi-fi, and our local flavors and artwork will make you feel right at home.

Cash, MC, VISA, AMEX, And Discover are accepted; we do not accept checks.

Katrinah’s East Mountain Grill has been Featured by:

East Mountain Living Magazine,  Feature article- 2009
ABQ The Magazine, Feature article”My Favorite Recipe” – 2010
New Mexico Magazine, Feature article “Going Places”  – 2010
Named to “Google Favorite Places” – 2011
TripAdvisor #1 Restaurant in Edgewood -2012
East Mountain Living Magazine, Feature article -2013


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