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About Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm
Located on an organic farm in the Rio Grande River Valley, the restaurant at Los Poblanos is a casual fine-dining experience, featuring the most pure field-to-fork menu in the Southwest. Our Rio Grande River Valley Cuisine is rooted in seasonal organic ingredients from our own farm, as well as from longstanding relationships with local farmers and herdsman.
Dinner is served from 5pm -9pm, Wednesday - Sunday. The menu is a la carte, and changes seasonally. A 5 or 7 course seasonal tasting menu is also available. Consider arriving 15-20 minutes before your reservation time to enjoy an artisan cocktail in the Sala Grande living room. Our hand-crafted artisanal cocktails use some of the best Spanish sherries, Italian vermouths, and classic aperitifs.
Breakfast is served daily from 7am-11am. The menu is a la carte, and changes seasonally.
Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, NM 87107
American, Southwest, French
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 8:00am - 10:00pm
Dinner: Wednesday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Griegos. *PLEASE NOTE* Montano and Rio Grande do not connect!
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We do not offer outside catering.
Free parking on site.
Bus stop on Griegos and Rio Grande
Private Party Facilities:
Our Ventana Room and Private Dining Room are the ideal setting for your small dining event. Room rental fees for booking a private event start at $350, plus a food and beverage minimum, tax and gratuity are additional.
Our Chef, Jonathan Perno, has created the perfect menu for you to select from. Reception hors d’oeuvres prior to dinner vary depending on actual menu selections, and we require that entrees be pre-selected prior to your event. Our Wine Director, Dylan Storment, is available for consultation to help you pre-select your beverages. With advance notice we are happy to accommodate a birthday cake or special dessert for the event.
Please note; outside catering is not permitted at Los Poblanos.
Private Party Contact:
Patrick Hagerman, Restaurant Manager: (505) 338-1615
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Whether you’re visiting from across the ocean or around the corner, we offer an array of unique culinary, agricultural and cultural programming.
Stimulate your senses with an aromatherapy class. Find a roadrunner on a guided bird walk. Freewheel along the Rio Grande River trail on an Electra Cruiser bike. Discover your inner chef at a hands-on cooking class. Explore our events calendar section to find the perfect experience during your visit.
Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm Ratings and Reviews
This was the third time that I've been to Los Poblanos and, like the times before it, it was amazing. It was my first time having breakfast here, however. The ambiance is a tad bit quieter and calmer as it was breakfast/brunch. The seating was plentiful (if you come for dinner it's almost always crowded). The waiter was kind and had brilliant recommendations for foods to try (the breakfast sandwich was amazing) and was attentive to my and my friends need during our dining experience. If you're looking for a restaurant that's true to New Mexico while being different at the same time, I recommend Los Poblanos.
The dining room was simple and set in a beautiful location. The grounds are beautiful! The service was nice too. Anna did a fine job, but did get busy toward the end of service, as she was stretched a little thin. The food was very good-- from the cocktails in the bar, to the appetizers, entrée and dessert, everything was prepared very nicely. I could have used a little salt on my duck, but I enjoyed it nonetheless.
Our biggest complaint was about the chairs. Half the tables had beautiful wooden chairs with nice cushions, the other half were black chairs with round seats and no cushions. We sat through a 2.5 hour meal in uncomfortable unpadded chairs. All in all, we enjoyed a wonderful meal, I would just ensure a cushioned chair next time :-)
Everything about Los Poblanos is relaxing, beautiful and makes you feel way out of the city!
Food was fab. The amusebouche with cheese and candied fruit was a perfect bite, my husband probably ate a whole loaf of the homemade sourdough bread!
Service is as good or better then any five star restaurant and the wine list is crazy good...
Thank you Los Poblanos for our lovely "parents date night out" experience!
Ps, if it's there have the piñon tart!!
Great breakfast to celebrate my wife's birthday. Service was excellent and right amount to attentiveness. Food was excellent also. Eggs were very fresh, homemade bread and fresh squeezed OJ......plus a glass.of sparkling to celebrate. Will definitely be back soon.
Breakfast was quite fine. Food was great. Coffee very good. When we arrived there was a very noisy group of 8 people who made it difficult to communicate among our group of 4. The large group, thankfully left halfway through our meal. There is nothing inside the restaurant to absorb sound, so all noise, but especially loud noise, is overwhelming.
My friend and I loved the food, but we were starving by the time we actually received it. The restaurant was full on this particular weeknight and the kitchen was extremely slow. The server didn't offer an explanation for this.
We enjoyed its location at a delightful, historic inn with majestic trees flanking the driveway and a gorgeous wandering peacock.
This is a stunningly lovely spot, a working lavender farm that also provides much of the produce for the restaurant, whose chef is a three-time James Beard nominee. We loved strolling the grounds prior to our late seating, enjoyed a lovely glass of Sinskey vin gris in the lounge, and were seated in a really lovely room (one of many) in the restaurant. We enjoyed a fantastic duck rillette in the lounge, perfectly accompanied by a green chile chutney and sourdough crostini. The field plate of sautéed greens and quail eggs proved a perfect salad. As for the entrees, my duck breast, served rare, was perfect. My wife's herbed chicken was dry—probably due to the late seating??? In any case, our server took it to the kitchen, where its flaws were confirmed, and she offered to substitute with anything we wished. As we were fairly well satisfied at that point, we declined. The flawed dish disappeared from the tab. In any case, every other element in the experience was superb; once the kitchen figures how to serve a late seating chicken that isn't dried out, I'm guessing the three-time nominee will finally get the prize. We'll be back, regardless, and have plans actually to stay at the inn on the property.
I can not say enough good things about our experience here! From pulling into the gorgeous tree lined drive, to the interior courtyard of the restaurant, and the drink service in the waiting area... everything was enchanting. Our food was also exquisite (and I have been spoiled by the food scene of Chicago for the last 15 years) and i would easily say this was one of the top 5 meals I've ever had. The only negative was our waitress who was rather cold and did not engage us with suggestions or wine pairing ideas as I overheard other servers doing. But even with that, all the other amazing aspects still left us completely in love with this place!
We were seated 25 minutes after our reservation. It took 15 minutes for our server to greet us, etc. we ordered an appetizer for the table, the duck entree and the ribs entree. The green bean side with lardons was scorched and inedible. Otherwise, the duck was tough and dry, but the ribs were good. In retrospect, we should have stayed in the living room lounge and just had an appetizer. It took over two hours and $277 to have
This was my second time dining at Los Poblanos and was also an overnight guest at the property. The food was very good and the service excellent. I had the 7 course tasting menu and the chef allowed a substitute for one of the courses so that I could sample the fish of the day (marlin). While my experience at Los Poblanos is always relaxing, I wasn't really overly impressed with the tasting menu - which is why I chose 4 stars instead of 5. The tasting menu portions were very small - even for a tasting menu - very, very small.
We went here for my husband's birthday and were so disappointed. The ambiance is pleasant...very small which we like but so noisy...could barely hear each other. Food sounds great on the menu but is ok at best. The portions are so small...you will be hungry when you leave! Cost...one tiny appetizer...a tiny entree of vegetables for me and at too salty gnocchi for him..one wine..one beer one boring gelato..$100.00
We had friends come visit from Hawaii and they were not going to be able to make it for our upcoming wedding some we came out to celebrate at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Farm. It was a very memorable experience and the food was seasonal and gourmet. The wine menu is extensive so we picked a country first, then our food, then the wine! We decided on a Malbec - very nice bottle. I would like to come back for a lavender margarita next time. The cheeseboard that we had was unrivaled. We were very great full for the gluten free and vegetarian options! The waitress was knowledgeable and answered all of our questions about the menu. Atmosphere was inviting and on a Wednesday night in such a cozy dining area it was very upbeat and conversational- it mimicked the atmosphere almost of a nice brew house. Thanks Los Poblanos for making our reunion with our dear friends special.
Great place, extremely competent wait staff, Benjamin in particular but also his colleague who approached my spouse about eye glasses (she will remember) but the noise level is way too high... I understand a new room is about to open, hoping it will be more intimate!
We stopped at the Inn for the night as part of celebrating our 31st wedding anniversary and ate at the restaurant twice, dinner and breakfast. At dinner we both ordered the lavender lemon chicken. Neither of us tasted lavender or lemon. It might have been there, but there was so much pepper it was indiscernible. Because I am allergic to black pepper, I did not eat my food at all. At no point did the waitress or bus person come and check on us to see how our food was. When the waitress did come back onto the patio she seemed to be unable to see or hear my attempts to get her attention, even though she was standing right next to me. She utterly ignored us until she dropped a dessert menu in front of me saying "Dessert." I replied "No thank you." There must have been something in my tone because she sent the manager over. He attempted to make things right and took my meal off the ticket. Be warned, the ambiance is no better than the food. It's beyond loud inside. The tables outside are so close together that the bus person's butt was in my face as when she poured water for the table next to us. There was no privacy. We heard all about the travels of the people with whom we were elbow to elbow. The inn's owners were also dining on the patio that evening, entertaining guests. I got to hear about how the guest had spent three hours deadheading roses, how their son is chummy with a soap opera actor, and how much they loved the play Hamilton. It was a vile experience, and not the way I wanted to celebrate my anniversary. Because we believed that breakfast was included in the cost of the stay we went to breakfast. Only the continental breakfast is included. I have Eosinophilic Esophagitis and cannot eat gluten. The continental breakfast is full of gluten, so we had to pay for breakfast if I wanted food that wouldn't harm me. The only bright spot was the breakfast waiter Carlos, who was so good I'm rating the restaurant fair even though dinner rated poor.
Los Poblanos is a gem in the heart of the North Valley. The food, ambiance and views are stunning. Though it could be considered pricey by New Mexico standards, I think it's a bargain for a special occasion or splurge with good friends. For three including wine ($60) our meal of three starters, three entrees and two desserts was $200 without tip. I'm particular about spending money on restaurant food and prefer to eat at home unless the food is excellent; at Los Poblanos, it is. The only downside Sunday evening was the restaurant was far more crowded than usual. Although I like to linger over good food, it took half an hour for the wine to arrive and half an hour for the desserts. We were there three hours and two is about my limit. I don't think it was the fault of the wait staff, it seemed to be understaffed that evening.
We were really disappointed about our experience at Los Poblanos after reading the favorable reviews. Our server was not attentive and only asked two members of our group for a drink order. She walked away before the third person could order. The water for the table was warm, with no ice. Not pleasant on a hot summer night! Service was slow and lackluster. The menu is very limited. One of our party ordered the Summer Pasta, which was a few gnocchi in a broth that honestly looked like dishwater (but tasted better!) The entree plates were not attractive. On the plus side, the honey cake and cheese plate were excellent. Overall, the food was not bad but for the price, we expected much better. I don't think we will return.
This was easily the best meal I've had in New Mexico in all the four years I've lived here. I came here with my boyfriend for a dinner date, and we opted for the seven-course tasting meal, which provided a splendid overview of the menu. We especially liked the gnocchi, but all the courses were excellent. We appreciated the unusual combinations of flavors and textures in all of the dishes, and the ingredients are provided by local farms. Los Poblanos itself is also a beautiful place to visit, being a lavender farm replete with WPA-era art and architecture. If you're looking for a genuinely local, thoroughly Epicurean experience, this is the place to go.
We've dined at Los Poblanos many times over the years and have always enjoyed the natural ambiance, but this time was exceptional - As we were walking in we were greeted by Ben, a server who had waited on us several times in the past. He recognized us and we chit-chatted. He suggested we select a table, got us some water and told us that he would not be our server, but offered to give us some more comfortable chairs and helped us select an amazing wine. Ben set the tone for a wonderful evening, the best we've ever had as Los Poblanos. We will be back soon. Thanks, Ben! Also our entrees were exceptional and Matt was a great server. The new manager, Patrick, also stepped by to introduce himself. Great evening!!!!!!!
This was a wonderful & unique experience!
A beautiful, old Spanish ranch house setting
with rustic handmade furniture & southwestern
decor & plants & pretty walking trails amidst a canopy
of huge trees...nice ambiance.
My date & I ordered the 5-course Tasting Menu for dinner,
which was brought out one course at a time.
There was a good wait in between the arrival
of each, giving us time to talk, eat slowly & savor
each bite. The wait staff was friendly,
but not intrusive, & kept our water filled.
The food was incredible! Everything was
fresh & tasted amazing! It is somewhat
pricey, but worth it; & after dinner, we were
comfortably , yet not overly, full.
We think this is Albuquerque's hidden gem, and not just because it is so difficult to find that even Google got lost. The restaurant GM is Patrick, who is fresh in town from a 3+ year stint at The French Laundry in Yountsville, Ca. The food is imaginative and well prepared. Many (most?) of the ingredients are grown right there on the Los Poblanos farm. It is a sure winner.
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