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 8am - 10am, and the charge is $20 per person. The gourmet menu changes seasonally and offers the option of two choices daily.
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:
Dylan Storment: (505) 938-2186
Bar/Lounge, 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
We had a very nice time with our friends for dinner at Los Poblanos. We got there a little early to walk around the grounds, which was very beautiful! We enjoyed the salmon appetizer and the lavender champagne while waiting in the sala for our friends to arrive. When they got there we were led to the dining area, which was small but surprisingly not noisy. The atmosphere was lively. We had the 5 course meal and everything was delicious. The cheese plate, the lavender chicken and the pecan cake were especially yummy! The service was excellent. My husband was surprised that every time he got up from the table, his napkin was folded for him when he got back! We had a nice experience and would go back. One thing my husband mentioned was that he would have preferred that the course portions were bigger!
The atmosphere and ambiance at this historic inn are wonderful, and the local farm-to-table concept is appealing and generally well-executed. Our appetizer and dessert were very good, but the entrees were just OK: under-seasoned and almost cold. Maybe it was an off night, or too busy?
We were a little disappointed with the service. We were initially interested in the Tasting menu, however the wait staff did not seem enthusiastic about explaining all the elements of the tasting. My wife had never done a tasting so we were excited, but the less than positive attitude of the server diminished our excitement. We just didn't feel we could ask questions of our server.
As a result, my wife ordered the prime rib special and I the ribeye. Both meats were well prepared, but there was nothing really exciting about the meals. The ribeye had a red chile glaze that although provided a different taste was not very appealing ; almost dry. I came away feeling like it needed a more salty flavor and I never use salt on my food.
We ordered a glass of Malbec wine with our meals. The wine was not good. It had a ting of a vinegar taste.
We did like the atmosphere and the initial greeting was welcoming. Unfortunately, the service was not what we would expect for the price. The food was good, but coupled with our experience with the service and wine, our total experience was not worth the price.
Christmas Eve Dinner was just great. we wanted somewhere quiet and cozy. The squash salad was fantastic and the pork chop perfectly cooked. We also had a winter salad and bratwurst. both very good. we will be back again. all the ingredients here are fresh and wonderful.
Los Poblanos is by far the finest dining in Albuquerque with service that is unequalled anywhere else in town, with food that is unique and delicious, and with an environment and decor that makes you wish you lived in this beautiful, historic inn. I commend Dylan Storment, the sommelier, who not only has curated a fine wine list but always pays a personal visit to the table making me and my guests feel welcome. I also have high praise for Teal, a server with great grace, charm, and professionalism.
The restaurant at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Organic Farm is outstanding. The food cannot be beat, especially the rib-eye which was seasoned and grilled to perfection. I am very picky about my beef, and the flavor was exquisite. The ambiance is very cozy and the service was flawless. If you are looking for outstanding, gourmet food in ABQ, this restaurant is the place. It is out of the way on the banks of the Rio Grande (no view) in the small village of Ranchos de Los Albuqueque, but only a ten minute drive from downtown ABQ. The Inn and restaurant are in an old, beautiful Territorial Revival building designed by the renowned architect John Gaw Meem. It is very romantic, and I would even recommend staying the night in one of the Meem rooms which circle the courtyard. You will not be disappointed!
Allow time to go to the Farm Store and have a drink in the bar area before dining. ThesSetting is wonderful, as is the bar/living room. The restaurant is intimate and lovely. Service is exceptional and the food, divine. Everything, from cheese plate appetizer to the meals and desert were perfet.
Los Poblanos has endeared itself to me over the many years I have frequented it with out-of town visitors, local friends and business associates. It has a laid back old world charm which makes it feel special, yet I find it casually elegant, intimate and welcoming. The menu varies appropriately with the season and there's always something new and exciting to try. Though it's not inexpensive, the value is excellent given the quality of ingredients, presentation and flavor of the food, plus the surroundings. Outdoor dining in summer is especially satisfying because visitors can stroll the grounds and gardens. But winter, doesn't disappoint either.
Lovely ranch and farm. Stayed in main hacienda overnight. Dinner at their restaurant always very good. Breakfast good too but they gave us about 4 very tiny slices of apple as the fruit which was disappointing considering it is an upscale place. One would expect a much better selection and quantity of fruit.
Such a lovely venue. We like to get an assortment of appetizers instead of entrees. The French Onion Soup is delicious...almost too rich to finish so it's a good one to share. Staff is delightful. The Farm store is worth a visit but it closes early, at 5 pm, so try to time it so you can visit the shop, stroll around, and have a pre dinner drink in the "living room".
lovely setting ,not excited about the BIG changes coming , Halibut was delicious ,maybe the plates themselves should be hot before putting the food on them , as the dinner turned cold before I finished eating, and the onion soup should have LOTS of cheese bubbling over ,and not just a little slice thrown in . my friends duck plate was delicious , but also got cold before we finished .
Fun, festive meal with a beer tasting. Food was well-prepared. Very disappointed by the fact that they were out of lamb, as that was the main reason for choosing to attend. The waitress was not as good as ones on previous visits, a curious mix of unfriendly and not very knowledgeable. The setting can't be beat, however, and we will go back.
This is a lovely place. The grounds and various buildings are beautiful, well-preserved, and authentic-feeling. Historic charm is completely intact here, nothing nuveau or jarring anywhere, and definitely not pretentious either. There is a very peaceful ambience.
My friend and I were strolling around before dinner when the gardener graciously offered us a guided tour. He and various other Los Poblanos staff filled us in on the history of the place. We had a drink in the library beside a fragrant wood fire. Everyone was attentive and friendly. Dinner was wonderful. Our waiter was friendly and helpful. Our steak and chicken were excellent. The pecan pie had a lot of fresh orange zest in it, which added a nice element.
Sometimes I look at the menu at Los Poblanos and think, "How are they going to make THAT work?" But then they do, and it is delicious. All the preserves and the various types of crackers on the cheese board were made in-house and paired really well. The duck rillette is a house specialty and is really good. They don't have the usual deserts, which is a relief. Their deserts are a bit out of the box; you won't see them anywhere else. Every aspect of the food, beverage and service has been given close attention. Their reputation for dining excellence is well deserved. The only criticism is that the heating system was blowing cold air on our table the night we were there. Our server and the manager were concerned, but unable to solve the issue. We were moved with no fuss.
Wonderful place! Great food, service, very comfortable ambiance. Food is seasonal- depending on what the farm is producing at that time. Very creative, beautiful, cozy, unique. Staff was very friendly, welcoming. Must see in the daytime too- farm is beautiful, peaceful- farm store is cute, unique items. Would love to stay at the Inn sometime. Expensive but well worth it for a special occasion.
Meal was incredible. I had the Halibut over Risotto and my husband had pasta. Everything was light and flavorful. Wine was also incredible. The atmosphere is so warm and wonderful and the service was just great. The brought me a birthday treat and I still cannot figure out how they knew it was my birthday. Really fun.
Our first time to Los Poblanos, it will not be our last. The food and the service service were exceptional. A small place needing reservations so plan ahead. We didn't the first time and could not get in; returning from AZ we made a point to make a reservation a week before and so glad we did. The whole evening was a wonderful dining experience, some of the best, creative (yet "approachable") food I have had. The restaurant is part of a B & B. We will definitely return and hope to stay in one of the lovely farm rooms. They have a small menu and three or four specials for the evening. The halibut and pork tenderloin were awesome.
I have to admit after all I had heard about this place I was very disappointed with my entree. It was good but really unremarkable. I guess I understand the whole farm to table appeal that is very popular right know but the menu was so small I felt like I had settled on what I had. I will leave this one for the "Organic farm to table crowd " cause I guess i'm just not that trendy and want more selection. The service was great and atmosphere was nice.
Los Poblanos is one of the best dining experiences in Albuquerque. The restaurant is incorporated into the farm and inn, all tucked back among the cottonwoods toward the riverfront bosque in the scenic North Valley neighborhood. This makes for a tranquil and spectacular setting. You'll smell lavender and may even see a peacock wandering the grounds. There is both indoor and outdoor seating, both of which are lovely. The food is excellent and generally makes use of seasonal and local ingredients. The service is friendly if not always responsive. We sipped a delicious lavender champagne cocktail on the veranda before sitting down to our meal. I specified on the reservation that it was our anniversary and we were congratulated by both the hostess and waitress and given a complimentary gift. Thank you for the lovely evening!
Food was less than desirable. The fish dish did not work on so many levels I don't know where to start. They served a warm cheese and fig dish that was good, but didn't serve any thing to spread it on.And when we asked for bread took 15min to get it. Wait staff friendly but slow. Breakfast wasn't any better.
Good food and amazing atmosphere. The historical aspects of the venue is really neat and adds to the whole experience. Also, the staff are second to none. Every person we talked to was extremely nice and helpful, which really made the meal truly enjoyable. We will definitely be back.
The dining room was perfect for our small group of friends. The setting was quiet, private and the food was beautifully presented. We were disappointed to not be one of the lucky ones to obtain a reservation for accommodations at the Inn even though I tried a year in advance. However having dinner there was impressive.
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