Directions, Parking & Food

How to Get There 

MananaCon 2022 is happening at the Albuquerque Convention Center! 

🚌 Lots of bus lines run near the event. The Convention Center is a short 3 minute walk from the ART-Downtown Station. And it’s free to ride the bus in Albuquerque in 2022! 

🚲 Bike racks are available on both sides of the building, too.                                                

🚗 Primary parking is available at the Convention Center garage (Martin Luther King Blvd & Broadway), with overflow parking available at the Civic Plaza garage (Marquette & 3rd St.). Event parking in these garages is $6.00 – $10.00 per vehicle, without in/out privileges.

Additionally, there are numerous other public parking garages and parking lots available throughout downtown close to the Center. Parking fees vary. Please refer to the posted parking fees at each garage or lot.

Where should I go inside the Convention Center? 

↘️ The Convention Center is split into two buildings, East and West.  We’re in the West building, on the lower level, in the Anasazi Room

Tasty Vittles

Outside food is not allowed at the Convention Center, but there are tons of nearby options, or you can bring food and eat in the Plaza. 

Friends: Sandwiches, soup, coffee, and Frito Pie.  Only open for breakfast & lunch on Thursday/Friday, closed Saturday/Sunday. Not much space inside, but the plaza of this building is nice.  http://fcass.com/  400 ft walk.

MAS Tapas y Vino: Upscale, tasty bowls & entrees. https://hotelandaluz.com/mas-tapas-y-vino/ 0.1 mile walk.

My Mom’s: By the genius behind Slow-Roasted Bocadillos, this new spot has New Mexican homestyle cooking and just opened recently.  Only open 8a-2p, but worth a look. https://www.mymoms505.com/ 0.2 mile walk

Canvas Artistry: Tasty food, good specials.  There’s a nice patio here too, on the third floor. https://www.facebook.com/CanvasArtistry 0.2 mile walk. 

Tikka Hut NM:  Delicious fusion. The flavors of Tikka Hut are a blend of Persian, Indian, and Swahili spices and cooking styles. Try the ku-lato. https://www.tikkahutnm.com/ 0.3 mile walk

Anodyne/Sister: Sister is on the ground floor, Anodyne is upstairs. Both are a fun place to grab a drink. Sister has good veggie options & some arcade games, Anodyne has houseplants and pool tables. https://sisterthebar.com/  Patio dining available at Sister. 0.3 mile walk

505 Central Food Hall: Detroit-style pizza. Ramen. Burgers. Burritos. Cocktails. Good coffee (next door at Humble). Yum. Patio dining available. https://www.505central.com/  0.4 mile walk

Lots of downtown places will do carry-out or delivery, too, and the weather is looking beautiful should you prefer to eat outdoors.