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Are you ready for SOUPer Bowl?!

Are you ready for SOUPer Bowl?!

Updated: December 30, 2019 12:25 PM
Created: December 20, 2019 11:20 AM

Foodies, grab your spoon and get ready for Souper Bowl!

Roadrunner Food Bank is hosting its annual fundraising event Saturday, January 25th. This year's event is presented by title sponsor Fidelity Investments.


Sample soup and desserts from 40 different restaurants, vote for your favorites and have a chance to bid on silent auction items including tickets on Southwest Airlines.

Proceeds will help Roadrunner Food Bank source, acquire and distribute food to deliver to partner distribution locations across the state. 

Souper Bowl Details:

  • Saturday, January 25th 
  • 11am-2pm
  • Roadrunner Food Bank: 5840 Office Blvd. NE Albuquerque

TICKETS: available for purchase at or call 505.349.8909 during business hours.

Until Jan. 3rd

  • $40 per person 
  • $10 Children

Starting Jan. 4th 

  • $50 per person 
  • $15 Children 

Participating Restaurants (as of 12/20/2019):
•    Artichoke Cafe
•    Bien Shur
•    Campo@Los Poblanos
•    Chello Grill
•    Church Street Cafe
•    Corn Maiden
•    Food For The Sol
•    Gobble This
•    Il Vicino Wood Oven Pizza
•    Jason's Deli
•    Modear
•    Ohana hut
•    Old Town Catering Co
•    Pizza 9
•    Pyramid 51
•    Ranchers Club of New Mexico
•    SAGE Dining Services @ Albuquerque Academy
•    Santa Ana Cafe
•    Shamrock Foods
•    Slate street billiards
•    Slow Roasted Bocadillos
•    Sunnyside Up Breakfast and Lunch Cafe
•    Tanoan Country Club
•    The Daily Grind
•    The Shop Breakfast and Lunch
•    Theobroma Chocolatier
•    Turtle Mountain Brewing Company

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