Despite being a small town, T or C offers some restaurants to satiate your palate. Enjoy scones and a cup of hot latte from Passion Pie Cafe on Main Avenue. The Orange Chicken, a personal favorite, from Latitude 33, an Asia-fusion restaurant. Looking for Italian? Try Cafe Bella Luca. A truck-food-like diver ambiance? Check A & B Drive In. There is also Lotaburger, a New Mexican fast-food chain only found in one other state, Texas.
Downtown T or C is littered with novelty, art and antique shops, inns and motels, and local restaurants. Start from Bullocks on N Broadway to S Pershing and then Main Ave to Foch then back to Bullocks. At the end of Broadway and the corner of East Riverside, you will find Ralph Edwards Park, a family get-together hotspot overlooking the Rio Grande.
Art Hop showcases local artists and where everyone, locals and tourists alike, is invited to visit galleries and shops to enjoy art, music and food. It happens on the second Saturday of every month from 6-9 pm.
Your visit to T or C won't be complete without visiting and dipping in the numerous bath houses for some R&R. After all, the city's original name was Hot Springs before it changed in 1950 to what it is known today, after a popular NBC radio game show by Ralph Edwards.