About Farm & Table
Join us at Farm & Table for a wonderful dining experience in Albuquerque's gorgeous North Valley! Farm & Table offers seasonal dishes created by scratch with ingredients sourced from local farmers and from our on-site farm. Delectable dishes inspired by New Mexico's growing season will satisfy the omnivore as well as the vegetarian. Full entrees and small plates (perfect for sharing and tasting) are complemented by craft beer and a diverse wine list. Guests will enjoy intimate indoor dining, and when the weather is warm, gorgeous patio dining that overlooks our lush 10 acre farm. After your meal be sure to visit La Parada (Farm & Table's sister business) for some unique finds.
Albuquerque, NM 87114
Contemporary American, Organic, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Normal Hours - Dinner: Wednesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 9:00am -2:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Carpooling is recommended for parties over four.
From downtown Albuquerque, take the 10 North Fourth Street (Northbound). Arrive at 4th @ Ortega; .21 mile walk North; Farm & Table is on the West side of the street.
Beer, Fireplace, Gluten-free Menu, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We offer special dinners every month. Please see website for more information.
Farm & Table Ratings and Reviews
The meet was undercooked and had a lot of gristle. The polenta was not very flavorful. a blood orange dessert was not up to its description. It was hard to get the waitress' attention to find out if I had decaf coffee. Very disappointed. It did not live up to the hype about this restaurant
My wife and I went to Farm & Table for a date. We were hoping to find a place that has high quality food with fresh and organic ingredients. Farm and Table exceeded our expectations. The presentation and quality of their dishes is worth the price. The building is in historic New Mexican style. We also really appreciated that the music was soft and the noise level was low. We're looking forward to going back for Brunch and eating outside when it is warmer. There is an outside sandbox with toys for kids, so the kids our excited to go back with us.
We were here to celebrate wife's birthday, two days after the Valentine's crush, so our inside location was quieter and the service prompt. She enjoyed the wedge salad and the rainbow trout while I found both the soup (chili) and the filet of beef delicious. The wine list is improving, with many interesting choices and most prices under $80. Our server (who was also the sommelier) was helpful with our choice of a lighter-style Sicilian red that went well with both of our meals. We finished with coffee and a shared ice cream dessert. We compliment Farm & Table for providing an excellent experience.
Dinner was excellent! One of the tastiest ribeyes ever as well as outstanding quail with a crunchy exterior. Vegetables had wonderful flavor , especially the roasted cauliflower and the potatoes with green chili sausage gravy...a must try. We continue to be happily surprised by each new dish we try on our visits from Santa Fe. Very much worth the drive.
My girlfriend and I went here for Valentine's Day dinner. Our meal consisted of the pre-fixed 3-course meal, which was also paired with a beverage. Overall, the ambiance was nice, even though we were seated in the patio. It was enclosed and heated; however, had an occasional cold draft through the patio screen doors. The food was decent. It consisted of oysters, a filet with a seared scallop, and a chocolate cake with peanut brittle. The downside to our evening was how rushed everything seemed to be. I understand that it was Valentine's Day; however, before we were even halfway finished with our drink pairings, the next set of drinks would be brought out. At one point, we consistently had 2 drinks on our table throughout the night. That's fine for someone trying to get their drink on, but for us, that wasn't our intention. I wanted a relaxing, quiet evening for this special occasion. Instead, we received a rushed, mediocre dinner. Hopefully, when we plan on going back for a regular night out, service won't be the same.
Everything was perfect about our evening ! We signed up for the valentine's eve prix fixee meal .
Three courses , including oysters
with two sauces ( the mignonette
was sublime ), a small filet of beef medallion topped with a scallop and a wonderful sauce . Fresh roses
on the sill next to our table. The staff was helpful and courteous.
The atmosphere was cozy ; the lighting was just right . Thank you F&T for a truly memorable experience !
This was a fun "date night" out, and I'd wanted to try the restaurant since hearing about it. The vegetarian options weren't robust; I got the "winter vegetables" and while it was good, it wasn't awesome. My husband got the ribeye steak and was pleased with it and the sides. We usually don't get dessert but decided to since it was our Valentine's date and I wasn't impressed with the flourless chocolate dessert, it was much too sweet, maybe it would have benefitted from more compote on the side. I'd wished I'd saved the calories for gelato from Frost. I'd recommend the restaurant for a special occasion, it was nice and quiet, very relaxing. However, I don't think I need to go back anytime soon. The service was great.
We celebrated Valentine's Day early this year by enjoying a wonderful dinner on the enclosed patio. The food was outstanding and our server (Matt) was quite attentive. We cannot wait to return during the warmer season so we can fully enjoy the outdoor seating and fresh air.
I have been to F & T many times before and enjoyed myself thoroughly each and every time. Unfortunately, this time left me questioning if I will return. Maybe it was just an off day at the restaurant but it was supposed to have been a special one for us because we were celebrating my grandmother's 93 birthday.
Farm and Table has not disappointed us yet. Great food, great service, great ambiance are just a few of the things this place has going for it. The outdoor dining area with the a view of the spectacular New Mexico sunsets make this a must visit for the romantics out there.
We had visited Farm & Table a few times soon after it opened, and gave up on it. The food and wine weren't up to our admittedly high foodie standards, I guess.
We were told there was a new chef, a winner on Chopped, so we stopped by again early on a week night.
We will go back again soon I think!
My husband and I love this place for a special date night. Recently I heard that it had a great brunch. I took my friend their for a birthday brunch celebration and the brunch menu is as good as the dinner menu. The prices are very affordable and the food is locally sourced and plated in such an appealing manner. Plus it was nice to see so many families out with their children for Sunday Brunch. I will be back.
Great service and nice ambiance. The food is hit or miss though. My wife had the pork chop and really loved it. I had the ribeye and was a little disappointed. The flavor was nice, but for the price I expected a better cut of meat. Overall it was a good experience.
We enjoy coming to Albuquerque to meets friends for brunch at Farm and Table but were disappointed this trip. The menu has changed and I felt the choices were limited and not to my liking. The music was quite loud to the point of being difficult to hold a quiet conversation and thankfully the waitress did turn it down. We will give it another try when we are in the area again.
Good wine list. Angoliotti with butternut squash, mushroom soup and grilled artichoke hearts with goat cheese was tasty. The special fish and chips not very interesting. Butterscotch pot de creme was gritty, didn't care for it at all, but the shortbread cookie that came with was good. Nice atmosphere, but a bit loud.
I have been a diner at Farm and Table since it opened over four years ago. I have always appreciated it and my appreciation grew when they hired Chef Carrie Eagle as their chef. Carrie won the Chopped Championship on January 31, 2017. She is a humble, self-taught chef with really great ideas and a terrifically hard worker. The last several times I've been there I've ordered her bone-in pork chop; while her prep of the pork varies, it's always excellent. My guest shared a New York steak, which looked more like a roast in size and which they both really enjoyed. Like many restaurants today, they tend to underdress their salads, making them a bit tasteless. The service is quite professional with some really nice people doing their jobs well. The tables are a bit cramped inside; if the weather permits, you might enjoy dining on their lovely patio. The food is fresh, using local ingredients whenever possible. It's a pleasant place to dine and a little on the expensive side.
This is my second time dining here and both times the food has been fantastic! It's a bit pricy for brunch but only because the service was so BAD. Our server left us without drinks ( 2 coffees and a hot tea) for 10 mins and then came back to retake our drink order again and returned with them sometime later. It didn't seem like she knew what she was doing and other tables around us were getting agitated because their food was taking so long. I understand that it was just but the fact that she was completely unapologetic didn't help. Over all a 3.5 star experience.
Took my son and wife there for her birthday, for Sunday Brunch. We were all very impressed. The food was quite good. Service was a little slow but it was Sunday brunch!! I had the eggs Benedict and was not sure about the "wilted greens" as a side. It was kale sautéed in butter and was very good. We also had 2 breakfast taco plates and hamburger smothered with red chili. All very good. Will go back!!!😊😊
We often choose Farm and Table to celebrate special occasions. This last visit was to celebrate a birthday. The ambiance is pleasant and we were able to have wonderful conversation with the seven family members who attended. The service was good as was the food. And we enjoyed the p-hens who made their appearance as we were leaving!
Every course of our meal was absolutely delicious, our service was courteous and attentive, and the ambience was wonderful. This was our first time dining at Farm and Table, but it won't be our last! I'm telling all my friends, as well! Thank you for a great experience!
The atmosphere is what I love most about this cozy neighborhood gem. Food portions are fairly small, so beware if you enjoy your plate overflowing, especially for the price. My friend and I both thought our meals were bursting with fresh new flavors. We will be back for another special occasion.
We got there a bit late in the day so the staff was getting ready to finish up and leave. That said, the food was great and the coffee was exceptional. The service was OK. It felt like our waitress was not too interested in us and wanted to go home. But the service was passable.
It was my first time there and I will definitely go back and be there not so close to closing. Great place!
Not up to the usual high standard on this visit. My ribeye was overcooked and had a dreadful carbon flavor. My dining companion's was cooked as ordered, though (both requested at med-rare). Normally I can count on the waitstaff for detailed wine recommendations but this time was "oh anything on the lower part of the list". I didn't send the steak back because it was a Birthday occasion, not the time to make a fuss.
I'm sure we'll be back because this place has always been 5* top notch on previous visits, but this was definitely an off night here.
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