Campo at Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm
Dinner is served from 5pm -9pm, Wednesday - Sunday. The menu is a la carte, and changes seasonally.
Breakfast is served daily from 7:30am-10:30am, Monday-Friday, 7:30-11:30, Saturday and Sunday. Reservations for breakfast are not required or accepted. The menu is a la carte, and changes seasonally.
Campo proudly offers a personalized eight course dining experience at the Chef's Table featuring seasonal ingredients true to Campo's Rio Grande Valley Cuisine. Learn more and make reservations visit lospoblanos.ticketleap.com.
Mon–Fri 7:30 am–10:30 am
Sat, Sun 7:30 am–11:30 am
Daily 4:00 pm–9:00 pm
Wed–Sun 5:00 pm–9:00 pm
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.
Located on an organic farm in the Rio Grande River Valley, the Los Poblanos culinary program features the purest field-to-fork menu in the Southwest. Our Rio Grande Valley Cuisine is rooted in seasonal organic ingredients from our own farm, as well as from local farmers and herdsman.View Private Dining Details
Great atmosphere/excellent food/excellent service!
Noise level very high, sometimes had to ask server to repeat. Needs real improvement in this area.
Anna, our server,was the best! Knowledgeable, friendly and overall just great!
Dinner was well presented , proportioned just right and very tasty.
Improve the noise Leo and this place is a winner.
The food is excellent and we also enjoy the uniqueness of the Los Poblanos property and it's historical place in Albuquerque's past.
Awesome food and experience! Would go back in a heart beat
Had a great evening with delicious food and exceptional service by Nicole. Made for an excellent evening. Highly recommend!!
Ate at Campo twice, each time thoroughly enjoyed the food. Light potato based gnocchi in a creamy sauce, flavorful agnolotti, and an outstanding perfectly cooked mole lamb rack. Not to be missed is the lavender ice cream. Service is excellent with an attentive and knowledgeable staff. Popular with groups of six or more, the restaurant can be very noisy, beyond vibe if you happen to be close a large group. Wish list: groups in another room, more greens on the plate, one more fish option.
Excellent food and service. A must for food enthusiasts in Albuquerque
We really enjoyed our dinner with visiting friends at Campo, with the lovely atmosphere and interesting menu. Two in our party raved about their meals, but two of us chose the bass entree and were very disappointed with the watery sauce. Our server seemed new and not very confident in the menu or engaged in any way. We do plan on returning.
Excellent dinner with interesting locally sourced products. Good vegetarian options, interesting cocktails and good choices for wine by the glass
If it was not for the exceptional food and mixed drinks, I would have given Los Poblanos a much lower rating due to the poor service that was average at best. It all began with the hostess that I called during our drive in to confirm our reservations. The hostess said it was loud and she could not hear me and placed me on an extended hold and never picked up my phone call until we were standing in front of her. She then acted as if she was annoyed. Our plans for the evening were to have some drinks and hang out at the bar until our table was ready. This experience was very disappointing as well. Not only did it take the staff about 10 minutes to clean up the clutter from the patrons before us it took them awhile to come back to take our drink order. The drinks were delicious!
As we approached our reservation time, I went to the hostess to remind her where we were sitting so she could come get us. Our reservation time came and went and after about 15 minutes more I decided to inquire. This time both hostess seemed to be annoyed which brought me to a decision. We could stay and be annoyed or make another reservation at another venue..........Antiquity, Rancher's Club or even Ruth Chris. As I began making another reservation they finally called us. The restaurant experience was a little better but we were greeted with more slow service. The food was exceptional as always!
It would be wise if management stop over booking your restaurant and I suggest relocating back to the hacienda where the restaurant use to be located. That was a much better atmosphere! Trust me there are other great dining experiences in Albuquerque.
Fantastic meal. We are locals and have eaten there several times before. The food has always been excellent, but our meal last night was over the top. Great service and ambience. It’s not to be missed.
Excellent restaurant in an urban oasis that is Los Poblanos Organic Farm.
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Lovely venue and dining experience.
Service was absolutely horrible. The waiter did not even offer and apology for delivering our sides about 20 mins after we got our meals. Plus we ordered two potatoes and only got one, wasn’t even worth asking about it and honestly the food was subpar....very disappointed, worst meal I ate in Albuquerque. If you are from out of town, be weary...
The food was great but service almost non-existent. Was not attentive nor timely.
Super expensive & horrible service does not make for a good time! Food was just ok, restaurant is super loud ! Couldn’t even have a conversation! Majorly disappointed!
During our stay at Los Poblanos, we enjoyed appetizers at the bar, full dinner later, and breakfast the next morning. Every bite (and sip) was a delight! The ambiance, food, and service is outstanding. We were celebrating our 43rd anniversary and both felt this was one of the best eating experiences we have ever had. Make it a "must do" on your schedule!
Absolutely delightful, as always.
The food was great. The pastry chef had the most delicious dessert with a little extra for the birthday guy. Thanks.
Loved the food, the place was packed so very noisy. It is super casual and everyone was having a good time. Food was excellent.
The food was fresh and presented well. Everything was well prepared. Our server was cheerful, attentive and knowledgeable. The only negatives were the noise level made conversation difficult and the bar was very slow getting out our initial drinks.
My wife and I celebrated our 7th wedding anniversary here. It was incredible. The atmosphere is beautiful in the lovely Los Ranchos area of Albuquerque. There are amazing views of the Sandias and rows of lavender. We ordered the cheese plate for a starter and were blown away by the offering. The bread with the butter is also to die for. We both ordered the rib eye steak for dinner. They were both cooked to perfection. Yes, a pricey night out for sure. But worth it for special occasions!
Long wait at table to be served
This is a good restaurant that provides tasty and creative dishes. The disappointment was going there for our anniversary and feeling like we were crammed into the small dining room practically on top of the people next to us. Our tiny table was about 12" away from the next one. In order for our entrees to be served our appetizer plate had to be cleared because there's no room on these 2 top tables for anything much beyond 2 plates and 2 drinks. It's also really loud. Not the vibe we particularly care for when expecting fine dining.
We were visiting from Boston and everything about the experience was outstanding. Our server was friendly and knowledgeable. Cocktail list was very different. One of us had the halibut special which was moist and perfectly cooked. At the end of the meal our server took us on a tour of the kitchen which is open with an enormous wood fire. Could go on and on.
I thoroughly enjoyed the meal at Campo. The sous chef Daniel gave us a fantastic tour of the kitchen. His enthusiasm and commitment to both delicious and local food was very apparent. The food flavorful and expertly presented.
Campo didn't disappoint. My mom and I had a fabulous, unhurried dinner on a cold Sunday night in November. The restaurant was busy, but our waiter was perfectly attentive, with excellent knowledge of the menu and spot on suggestions. We'll be back as soon as possible! Next time I'll sit at the Chef's Table, that looked pretty cool.
Reservation for 8:30, seated at 9:30. Worse, when we arrived at 8:20 we were told that it would be a few minutes.
Ridiculously amazing food with top-notch, attentive service.
This is top-notch food in a nicely decorated room. Just go. You'll love it.
Excellent ambiance, great acoustics. Warm decor. Great service. Food was creative and good. Will come back.
One of the best meals we had during three weeks of comparable dining in the Southwest. We were there on a Friday night, and it was deafeningly noisy.
We had seen favorable reviews but were pleasantly surprised by how good it really was.
One of those pricey restaurants that are worth every penny!
We were back again for another anniversary dinner. They seem to come around each year! We had a superb experience at Campo, thanks in large measure to our server Nicole who treated us like we were special guests in her own home. Thanks Nicole! -- as well as a big thanks to all the staff.
Both of us had the seared trout entree with blue corn hushpuppies appetizer. The house provided an amuse bouche of apple wedges with prickly pear jam and green chile garnish. We were treated to glasses of Gruet Brut in honor of our anniversary. Truly delightful.
Our meals were served beautifully, and both of us found the trout with charred vegetables praiseworthy and delicious. The fish was moist and tender with a slightly crispy/charred skin. The vegetables were tasty and appropriate.
We had devils food cake and apple pie for dessert. The cake was moist and chocolate-y, and was served with coffee flavored ice cream and chocolate sauce. The apple pie was served as a tartlet with fresh apple slices lightly seasoned with cinnamon and brown sugar in a crust made with cheddar cheese. It was served with vanilla bean ice cream and caramel sauce.
Once again, many thanks to Nicole and the Campo staff for helping to make our anniversary dinner a truly memorable experience!
Amazing dining experience uniquely Albuquerque. The best ceviche in a long time, honey cakes to die for, with a porterhouse steak that melts in your mouth. During business trips, we go out of our way for great dining experiences, and we will be back the next time we are in Albuquerque.
Beautiful venue on a working farm and service was excellent. The staff made our anniversary special with a candle on the dessert and free champagne. Food was excellent and not badly priced considering how fancy the place is. Also one of the few places in ABQ to find a great cocktail.
When we arrived, the host took a long time to look up from her computer to greet us, all the while, a server waiting on the patio was clearly annoyed at the crowd around the host stand that she had to navigate. There was no polite excuse me, just eye rolls. When I was finally greeted, I was curtly reminded we were early and our reservation was not for another 20 minutes. We sat down at a table in the bar, hoping to order wine. After what seemed like too long, the same annoyed patio server curtly asked if we wanted anything. We asked if we ordered a bottle of wine, could we take it to our table, the response was: "uh ya" like it was a stupid question. Then the host came to us to seat us, we told her we ordered a bottle of wine, her response was "you have to pay for it before I can seat you". Well, of course, we didn't have the wine yet, so we asked if we could have it delivered to our table and have it added to the bill - she said no you have to pay for it. I finally said we will re-order the wine from our server, just cancel it. Then the annoyed patio/bar server said she would transfer the not yet delivered wine to our table. Wow, what terrible hospitality! Once we were seated at our table, we had a great experience. The server and food were both amazing, but it was hard to shake the negativity from our greeting and the bar.
My girlfriend and I celebrated our anniversary here, and we had an incredible dinner with outstanding service. Our server was super knowledgable about the menu and ingredients and had great wine pairing suggestions. I'd mentioned that we were celebrating our anniversary on the reservation request, and they supplied a complimentary sparkling wine toast—so thoughtful and much appreciated. The staff even showed us around the kitchen at the end of our meal. Overall, it was a memorable and delicious experience that was totally worth the splurge. We can't wait to come back.
We were spending the weekend at Los Poblanos, but if you're local, definitely recommend coming early and taking in the views and strolling around the gorgeous farm.
We anticipated dinner here, based on friends’ comments. The food was excellent, focusing on local suppliers,and the wait staff was professional and well informed. An unusual offer to “Go visit our kitchen, if you wish” couldn’t be passed up. The noise level makes conversation a challenge.