"Breaking Bad" in Albuquerque – AMC's hit show "Breaking Bad" has generated some intriguing tourism-related business opportunities in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
BaD Tour – Jesse Herron, left, and Mike Silva run ABQ Trolley Co., which offers a BaD Tour that shows riders up to 20 "Breaking Bad" locations from all five seasons.
Faux meth – Pretend to cook up meth during Great Face & Body's "cooking" class and walk away with blue sheet candy and blue bath salts, inspired by Walter White's pure crystal meth.
Biking Bad – Depending on the tour, your Biking Bad ride with Routes Rentals & Tours might visit Spooge's house, see where Combo spent his last minutes, visit the DEA building, ride through the neighborhood where Jesse grew up or discover Tuco's headquarters.
Twisters Burgers and Burritos – On the show it's called Los Pollos Hermanos and serves as home base for meth kingpin Gustavo "Gus" Fring. In reality, the eatery's called Twisters and doesn't actually serve chicken. So grab a root beer float and a plate of Mexican food instead.
The Dog House Drive In – "Breaking Bad" fans will recognize this 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.
The Candy Lady – The Candy Lady, Debbie Ball, supplied the show with the prop meth during the first two seasons. Baggies of the blue stuff sell for a buck.
Rebel Donut – Keep with the "Breaking Bad" theme at Rebel Donut by devouring a vanilla cake doughnut with light blue, cotton-candy-flavored icing topped with blue rock candy.
Marble Brewery – At the local Marble Brewery, Heisenberg's Dark, an ABV Indian Black Ale, represents White's dark side while Walt's White Lie, an India White Ale, represents his family man side.