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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.
Breakfast is served daily from 7:30am-11:30am. The menu is a la carte, and changes seasonally.
Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, NM 87107
American, Southwest, French
Hours of Operation:
Daily 7:30 am–11:30 am
Wed–Sun 5:00 pm–9:00 pm
$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. 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
We had breakfast on a quiet Monday and everything went very well. We went to breakfast on Saturday morning and it was a disaster. In a word: DISORGANIZED.
The food is great but skimpy, the building is fabulous, the prices are very high, and the staff was chaotic.
As we sat down, the couple at the two-top next to us left, and for the next 40 minutes (it took a long time to get waited on, get the meal, and get the check) dirty dishes sat on that table while empty-handed staff walked past it at least 50 times! Wake up!
The place needs an on-site manager to organize the staff and turn them toward the concept of good service and a"we're-all-in-this-together" mentality.
More than once a server topped coffee at a nearby table but did not look to other tables to see if they needed more coffee. Wake up!
Anyway, we'll go back but not on a weekend. I would love to have someone from the restaurant contact me so I could make some suggestions on how to serve its customers.
And by the way, as a vegetarian, I always wonder why restaurants offer things like a chicken-laden breakfast burrito. Why not offer the burrito and then offer the option of adding chicken (or whatever) at an additional price? Do they know how many vegetarians they are dis-serving?
Made 8:00 pm reservations. Arrived at 7:30 and settled in for a drink at the bar. The hostess was extremely disorganized. Two other parties of 2 arrived at 8:00 and insisted on being seated ASAP, so they were. We were not seated until 8:20 even though we arrived 30 minutes before the other parties. Once seated the service improved. The food was excellent. I still wouldn't recommend because the menu prices were high, extremely high considering the poor service.
The Los Pablanos Restaurant did not transition well to its new quarters. Where the original restaurant had a wonderful ambience, excellent service and was quiet and romantic, the new quarters are extremely noisy, open and rather sterile. The service has dropped to almost non-existent - waited 35 minutes after our reservation time and found it quite difficult to get the attention of the wait staff once seated. On the plus side - the food is still superb. We might try it again for that reason only. But for special, romantic dinners, we'll skip Los Pablanos
Well...everything was fine except the food...so, not worth the overall experience. Onion soup was so bland it could have been from an envelope packet where you just add hot water. The manicotti with brisket was overly salty and disappointing. Ricotta and brisket are not compatible without some kind of sauce to bind them together. While I was excited to try this combination, it just fell flat. Considered the B & B, no longer.
Los Poblanos has done an amazing renovation of their property, adding a bigger, yet intimate dining space, El Campo. Went for a date night and arrived a little early so we could get a hand-crafted cocktail at the bar. I highly recommend the Campo Margarita, made with lavender from the adjacent fields. The hostess gave us a little tour before seating us, and was really nice. The food was delicious and locally sourced. Can’t say enough good things about El Campo!
We did not have a good experience. The doctor I work with said I should try your Restaurant (I am a Registered Dietitian) We are from the southern part NM. Many unfortunate things happened but the main thing was I ordered Ahi tuna and it was so salty I could NOT eat it. We spent well over $100 which is fine if I could have eaten my food. No one checked on us or asked about our meal so we paid and left. The restaurant was lovely but we were very disappointed and I doubt I’ll ever get my husband to go back.
I was very disappointed with the new restaurant. Food did not seem to meet previous expectations. Very excited to eat here again but feel short from the very beginning. Only positive would have been the drinks. The food was average. Ordered a queso dip and beans were not cooked, had the manicotti and the beef was to salty and overly smoky, wife ordered the pork and had to put salt. She does not typically add salt to anything and should not have to when a chef is preparing food.
I ate at Los Poblanos' restaurant in August. The restaurant has since gotten a new name - Campo - and moved to another building, which is lovely, but not as quaint and cozy as the old one. The food, however, was consistent with the prior visit - well prepared and delicious - and the service even more attentive.
Our reservation was for 7:00pm. We arrived early, and they accommodated us right away.
We don't make it to Albuquerque often but, every time guests fly in to ABQ, we take them to Los Poblanos. It's a bucolic place and the food is terrific.
Very friendly and efficient staff! Everyone seemed to love working in this new space. We used buy fresh veggies and meat, attend the Lavender festival, eat at original restaurant - BIG Changes! Wow. A bit difficult to find restaurant entrance from parking lot at first.
Was disappointed in my Eggs Benedict - the "bacon" was 1/3" thick ham steak and very difficult to cut, therefor to eat. Eggs and Sauce - delicious! Home fries good; veggies not cooked enough; crunch conflicted with enjoying eggs and home fries.
Would still recommend; will definitely try something else for brunch. Have a serious allergy to chili - loved the ole style menu when didn't have to worry about ingredients! Wish you would list that one intense ingredient on menu.
Had a wonderful breakfast during the week (day before Thanksgiving), and food was amazingly tasty! I had the Breakfast Sandwich, which of my two choices, was highly recommended by our friendly waitress. Our overall dining experience was outstanding. After breakfast we enjoyed a Mimosa in the bar area, and made a few purchases in your store. Can't wait to go back for another meal next time we are in ABQ (live in Las Cruces).
The food and service were exceptional. Love the atmosphere and the smell of a wood burning grill. The food has a very authentic flavor. The atmosphere is fun and inviting and can be as casual or elegant as you like. The wait staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. A must try.
My husband and I were married here 5 years ago and they have done some expanding as well as remodeling. Defiantly worth it! Be sure to check it the farm shop as well
Los Poblanos has gone a great job with the look + feel of the restaurant. I believe Campo just opened it doors so I took that into consideration when evaluating the restaurant, but I will still relay the facts. We had a reservation for 11am and were not seated until 11:40am. The hostess wouldn’t make eye contact and was running away from everyone who was inquiring about their reservation/the wait. When we were finally seated, our waitress was nice enough but she too wouldn’t make eye contact and seemed to disappear for a while. I ordered the breakfast burrito and it was mediocre (there’s lots of competition for great BBs in ABQ so I’m a tough sell). My friend ordered the vegetarian option & said it was delicious. My husband had to ask three different waitpersons for a knife and I wouldn’t say the food was displayed in a particularly special way. Overall, I’ve given Campo three stars. I hope they can improve with time, but the setting of the restaurant, along with the styling, is lovely.
I made a reservation for 10:30 a.m. to celebrate a friend's birthday. Our party of 3 was seated at a table about 11:00. The restaurant was jammed!! Tables had been repositioned to accommodate a large party requiring servers and patrons to duck under a hanging lamp. Our server was pleasant and helpful. It took quite a while to get our orders, but the food was outstanding!! Fresh, inventive, and delicious. I waited for 15 minutes after the check was delivered for our server to return. Then I headed to the front and tracked her down behind the bar. If you have plenty of time, the food and ambience are great!
I visited briefly and had breakfast at the restaurant Campo last week. While the lavender wasn't in bloom, the farm has a peaceful atmosphere and definitely worth the drive. I had a delicious farm omelette, pumpkin bread and cappuccino and was served by very helpful staff. I also recommend a visit to the store next door to stock up on the amazing lavender lotions, soaps and other products. I would love to come back and stay at the Inn when the lavender are in bloom - I'm sure that would also be amazing to experience.
We were three ladies celebrating a 75th birthday and this was the choice for breakfast before heading to a spa day. It was difficult to find the restaurant (no signs) that served breakfast but once seated, the server was great (Jacob). However, the Eggs Benedict had ham so tough you could not cut it with a knife, the veggies were overdone and hardly any Hollandaise sauce. The blue corn french toast was tough and not enough syrup, etc. Coffee was good but for an average price of $19.00 per breakfast, it was overrated. Ambience is great and the surrounding farm area is beautiful. We are from Corrales (locals) and found Los Poblanos breakfast way too pretentious for the area.
Unfortunately, this experience at LP was disappointing. It was the first time we had been there since the opening of the new restaurant facility. It was extremely noisy, the food was lukewarm and overall, the experience was overpriced as well. Too bad. We loved the old ambiance and the food was excellent in the past.
Campo is a wonderful addition to Los Ranchos and Greater ABQ. The property is a jewel for this area. The new restaurant is beautifully decorated and stays true to the character of the farm and this area. The kitchen, which is in full view, is shiny clean and fascinating to watch the efficiency of the chefs. Bravo Chef Jonathan. The food was amazing. Every dish for our brunch was outstanding. Plus, cappuccinos, lattes or espressos and fresh squeezed apple and orange juice. A stop in the Farm Shop next door is a must. Bravo to the Rembe family for making this an outstanding place.
First time at the new restaurant Campo for breakfast and can't wait to go back. It just gets better and better at Los Poblanos. The new breakfast menu is surprisingly varied, vegetarian friendly and beautifully presented. One could spend less for breakfast elsewhere but the whole package cannot be beat of the drop dead gorgeousness of the farm, the building and the stellar staff.
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