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About Indigo Crow
Executive Chef Tony Saccoccia brings his culinary influence to the Crow. His love of food and creative insight has brought amazing flare to the menu.
Join us and enjoy this inspired menu with local produce, southwest touches, as well as international flavors.
The Crow is an amazing place for friends and family to gather and enjoy great food and wine.
Corrales, NM 87048
Hours of Operation:
Lunch Tuesday - Saturday 11:30 to 3:00
Dinner Tuesday -Saturday 5:00 to 9:00
Sunday Brunch 10:00 to 3:00 Dinner 5:00-9:00
Happy Hour Everyday 3:00-5:00
$30 and under
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Bar Dining, Beer, Fireplace, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Indigo Crow Ratings and Reviews
Indigo Crow has a great brunch! He had the crab cake Benny and I had the Traditional (eggs, bacon, potatoes, fruit, sourdough). Everything was delicious and well presented. The pleasant scent of piñon burning in the fireplace made everything cozy and right. :)
With the addition of the new chef, Indigo Crow -- always very, very good -- is now exceptional! The new bar menu is the best I've seen in the Albuquerque Metro area.
Worth the drive from anywhere in the vicinity, the food and wine are fabulous. Late Spring through early Fall the patio is THE place to eat in Corrales. The rest of the year the cozy fire in the dining room fireplace makes it the right choice.
Oh, sorry. IC is my nearest neighborhood restaurant, so I shouldn't be spreading the word far and wide. Nevermind. Don't go there. At least not all at once!
Indigo Crow had a wide offering of foods, including starters, salads and entrees and an exceptional wine list. We started with brie en croute, beet and baby green salads, then shared lobster ravioli and Chilean sea bass entrees with a bottle of Jolivet Sancerre savignon blanc. Everything was beautifully presented and blissful to eat. The restaurant is cozy and can get loud when busy. My one complaint is the lighting on the street is poor and the sign is difficult to see at night, so we missed the parking entrance and had to turn round and come back. That in no way diminishes that Indigo Crow is a hidden gem worth the trip.
Heard great things about this restaurant. Had a reservation on a Tuesday night. Only 6 tables were full. 3 waiters. Wasn’t acknowledged for over 20 minutes. No water. No hello. Nothing. Had to ask another waiter to get our waiter. He was hanging out behind the bar. There was no one at the bar. Food was ok. Brie was amazing. Wedge salad ok and shrimp was average. Every time the waiter walked behind me he would touch my back. Very unprofessional. Was with a business client and coworker. .
We like sitting in the bar area because the noise level is (usually) quieter; we usually come for dinner on a Friday evening, and this is a lively happy hour scene. The food on this occasion was very tasty and well-priced. Wine selection is very good. A very enjoyable evening except that our waitperson was not attentive nor especially pleasant, and at the end of the meal could not be found to ask for the check. Fortunately, a very nice manager noticed and took care of us well.
Be prepared to wait for your food and be sure to check your bill.
The service was extremely slow. We waited for an hour for our appetizers and everything else that followed took a really long time, including dessert which isn't made to order.
We split the bill 3 ways and the server wrote in his tip on each bill. Our bill was $115.76, and for some reason he wrote in approximately $245, when we pointed it out, he dismissed it as a mistake and changed the 2 to a 1 - giving himself still more than 20%. After I pointed out the bad math again, he changed it to the correct total.
Neat patio behind a walled courtyard. Food was off the charts in flavor and presentation.
Would go back on next visit and balloon ride in the area.
Only complaint is that waitress was having an issue that took her away from serving us properly. I had to hail others to help get our coffee and deserts after 20 mins of waiting. Not sure what the problem was but it could have waited until after she finished our table as we were the last table of the evening.
as always, the food was terrific (sea bass, sea food stew, steak, golden beet salad, charred romaine salad, both key lime and chocolate desserts, wine, coffee), service by Sean was great, early warm (summer, fall) on the patio - the whole Indigo Crow package. thanks!
Great wine list and four separate wine flights available. Patio seating was pleasant with some road noise. Appetizers came out separately(?) but were tasty (scallops & beef skewers). Mains were well prepared and nicely presented (Filet & Bolognese Pasta). The only area lacking was the waitress seemed a bit clueless--wasn't aware of any specials and never did tell us about them (we asked another waiter and he clued us in).
I took my parents to Indigo Crow for their 58th anniversary on a Saturday night. We sat on the patio, and the access was fine for my aunt who is in a wheelchair. The staff was very helpful in getting her situated and storing the chair. Our server was delightful and attentive at all the right times. The food was exquisite. We all had something different, from the porkloin special to the filet to the Sea Bass to the ravioli. For four people who do not normally eat very much at a sitting, we may as well have licked our plates clean--we could not stop eating! We shared two desserts, and the key lime pie was delicious. There was plenty of room on the patio for people to move to and from their tables and for space between conversations. By the time we finished, with wine, tip and tax, it was almost $300, so it wasn't cheap. But it was perfect for a special occasion:-)
Stopped by for lunch on the way to the airport from Santa Fe on a Saturday afternoon. Enjoyed the casual atmosphere and the friendly service. The food was excellent. The smoked turkey sandwich, the portobello sandwich and the ahi salad were all well received by our family. A square meal at a fair price and made it to the airport on time.
Had the filet which was a perfect cut cooked exactly to my liking. The additional sides complemented the dish extremely well and the marinated mushrooms were sweet and savory at the same time. The horseradish sauce blended in with the mashed potatoes and I missed the combination of flavors until the very last bite.
My Date went for the Special which was a filet topped with 3 colossal grilled shrimp. She gave me one shrimp to try and it was very good.
For starters the brie with Apple chutney. It was very good, almost like having desert before the meal. Mussels in wine sauce and bleu cheese. I have not had better mussels in the Albuquerque area, combined with the perfectly toasted bread dipped in the sauce and bleu cheese it becomes something magical.
We shared a bottle of Malbec which went very well with the steak.
Overall around $140 for the two of us.
If you like eating outside they have a small patio. We opted to eat inside and with very few people inside it was nice, when it gets full the volume grows quite a bit.
We enjoyed the lobster ravioli and the duck with risotto. If you love red wine, the Pine Ridge Cabernet is good to drink alone and with the meal. It was a beautiful evening on the patio and the service was spot on. Great meal and atmosphere for a date or getting together with friends!
We had a terrible experience. The restaurant was very very loud. The food was suboptimal. The Cesar salad was extremely salty. The entrees were not sophisticated or prepared in an interesting manor. Great for a chain restaurant but not for the prices that the entrees were priced.
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