The New Mexico Business Coalition (NMBC) has grown over the past fifteen years into a formidable, outspoken advocate for pro-business public policy and increased private sector job opportunities for New Mexicans. One of the key elements of a brighter future is great businesses that provide the jobs, products and services that improve the quality of life for all New Mexicans. NMBC is glad to profile some of those businesses: This week we feature George Gundrey of Tomasita’s Restaurant.
Since 1974, George and his family have committed to serving the recipes and ingredients that represent the culture and the flavors of New Mexico. Over its almost 40 years of business, Tomasita’s Restaurant has created a name for itself among locals and those who travel to our state, as a restaurant that serves quality food and brings communities together. While being involved in the restaurant world for mny years, George has owned Tomasita’s Restaurant (both Albuquerque and Santa Fe locations) since 2011 and believes that aside from quality food, it’s important to deliver a consistent and friendly experience for each customer.
George Gundrey has established himself in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, across the state, and even possibly all over the country (for many that travel here for the Balloon Fiesta) as a very professional, efficient, and family-oriented restaurant which has continued to bring in new and returning customers. George’s heart for the community has even compelled him to donate his food and his time to our events, just as recent as our Legislative BASH back in January 2023- which was an incredible success and a solid home run for the restaurant!
George’s restaurant serves traditional New Mexican food including sopaipillas, tacos, burritos enchiladas, tamales, and so much more, all with our state’s traditional red and green chile. Aside from providing incredible food to all their customers, Tomasita’s exists help build up families, the community, and our state. Take the time to connect with George today, get detailed information on the restaurant’s history and locations, and plan your next visit, by clicking or tapping this link HERE.