The Historic Plaza (just off California - the main street in town) can get signal thanks to the local computer shop (low, low prices!!) as well as most of the restaurants. We used to live here. I still recommend only two restaurants in town. El Camino Real (across from Wal-Mart - affordable diner style with attached bar if you wish a beer with your meal order your fries "extra crispy") and K-Bobs for decently priced steaks and huge loaded baked potatoes (at the north end of town).
For higher priced meals there's Socorro Springs Brewing Company
where we ate at once and was too tired to even know what we ate. I'm told it's good but I think it's priced out of our budget. Then there's the new Bodega
. Kinda pricey, filling and good but we didn't pay for this meal, our daughter treated. Both of these restaurants are what we call "Yuppie Trendy".
One of the burgers at the Bodega is a mixture of angus beef. buffalo, elk, and some other meat (venison?). Sorry but the price still has me in shock. No burger is worth over $12. And I really don't want to know what the whole meal cost either! You can view their menu online but no prices unlike Socorro Springs. But the two restaurants are priced pretty much the same with similar "trendy" food. They cater to the same customers with the same deep pockets.
And stay far, far away from the Chinese Buffet!