You know you've arrived at The Dog House when you see a giant neon dachshund sign perched atop a tiny shack off of Route 66.
"Breaking Bad" fans will recognize it as a place that Jesse Pinkman visits several times on the show. For nearly 60 years, this relic of an eatery has been serving up burgers, tater tots, foot-long chili cheese dogs and Frito pies (Frito Lays chips piled with seasoned ground beef and red chili, cheese, tomatoes and onions.)
Be warned, though: Some of the dishes have a kick.
Satisfy your sweet tooth: The Candy Lady
Fans love this candy shop located in the historic part of town for a few reasons.
First of all, you can purchase a $1 baggie of Breaking Bad Candy. It's so popular, The Candy Lady, Debbie Ball, has sold 30,000 of them to customers around the world in places as far flung as Australia, Sweden, Norway and Germany.
In fact, she supplied the show with the prop meth during the first two seasons.
While you're at the shop, try on a Heisenberg pork pie hat or snag an "I'm not Heisenberg" T-shirt. You'll also find red-and-green chili fudge and X-rated candy (aka chocolate in the shape of unmentionable body parts).
Be a rebel: Rebel Donut
Stuff yourself silly at this hometown doughnut shop. Keep with the "Breaking Bad" theme by devouring a vanilla cake doughnut with light blue, cotton-candy-flavored icing topped with blue rock candy.
Actor Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman) custom ordered these awhile back and ever since Blue Sky doughnuts have been flying off the shelves. Other crowd-pleasers include maple bacon bars, green-chili apple fritters and doughnuts topped with Fruity Pebbles.
If those don't float your boat, order custom-made doughnuts to your liking. They've done "Dexter" doughnuts splattered with red icing, "Star Wars" doughnuts and even gender reveal doughnuts for baby showers.
Get your brew on: Marble Brewery
Cheers! On August 8 Marble Brewery is introducing two new beers just in time for the final season's premiere.
Heisenberg's Dark, a 6.5% ABV Indian Black Ale, represents White's dark side while Walt's White Lie, an India White Ale, represents his family man side.
Marble plans to brew about 60 kegs of each style of beer, so there should be plenty to go around. The new themed beers will be on tap through Marble Brewery's distribution network in New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado.
Marble Brewery's beers have had cameos on the show several times and members of the cast have visited the brewery, too.