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.
Mon–Fri 7:30 am–10:30 am
Sat, Sun 7:30 am–11:30 am
Mon, Sun 4:00 pm–9:00 pm
Wed–Sun 5:00 pm–9:00 pm
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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
Our experience at Campo could not have been better.
From the cocktail at the bar before our reservation to the apple pie for dessert, every aspect of our experience was wonderful. The bar and restaurant staff were knowledgeable and attentive, making great recommendations and sharing their menu favorites with genuine pleasure. The pork chop and lamb agnolotti are not to be missed. Everyone on staff seemed genuinely interested in making our dining experience exceptional.
We will soon be back.
We were there for a birthday dinner celebration. All the dishes looked good. I had the blue corn hushpuppies, salad and the mussels special. They were all very good, except the aoli sauce on the bread for the mussels was too spicy and greasy. The bread would have been fine without it or on the side. I tasted my husband chicken entree and it was delicious.
The room we were in was very cold and we were the only party seated in there, but it seemed very busy in the main room, and temp in the main room was fine. Service was good, but slow at the end, and took a long time to get the check.
Delicious food but not quite matching the price point. Excellent service.
Too noisy. Can't even talk - practically a bar scene. This is not what I expected. Please address this in the near future
Campo tries hard to be something special and it fails. The menu is limited, albeit creative, with small portions. (Be prepared to pay for bread if you want some for the table.) The service is attentive and professional. The dining area is an open space that allows you to view the kitchen staff in action. This creates a noisy space in which to dine. There is some outdoor dining, if you choose. The restaurant is set on the Los Poblanos farm, which gives you a true “farm to table” feel. Go for the atmosphere, not necessarily the food.
It was a wonderful evening. The location, ambiance, food, service, tour of the kitchen, and presentation of
the food was wonderful. The wine recommendation was spot on. Everything was perfect. Thank you.
Campo remains my favorite restaurant in Albuquerque. The atmosphere is breathtaking and the food exquisite. It is a well-managed business, with every detail considered. The flavors are perfectly balanced, the staff is extremely attentive, and the surrounds are one of a kind.
Chef’s table was a superb experience. One of our tasting courses was wood fired mushrooms in a sunflower pesto. Each dish was tasty with fresh local ingredients. At the chef’s table you see the kitchen and interact with staff.
Hands down the best place we dined in New Mexico! All flavors were on point, and the team is lovely.
When we arrived it was very noisy, later as some diners left it quieted down. My trout was excellent but the squash was bland and there were no onions just stems. I will ask for different vegetables next time. My wife's pork chop was outstanding-the best she ever had. I highly recommend the cheese plate as a desert. Service was very good once it got started. As good as the food and service was and considering the expense white table cloths would have been better and might have absorbed some of the noise.
This is a wonderful restaurant. My wife really enjoyed the trout; I ordered the pasta dish and was a bit off-put by the color and the heavy pesto taste. For me I would prefer a lighter touch.
We ate everything, drank everything and had the best time! Super worth it!
Excellent service, excellent food. Do not leave without trying the honey cake!
This was my 3rd visit and each time gets better! Staff very knowledgeable about food and drinks that complement!
The Ribeye was too die for !
Great food, ambiance and service. My wife and I enjoyed walking around the property and looking at the Lavender, geese and guinea hens.
Absolutely our favorite restaurant in town. So delicious and memorable food.
I took a friend to dinner for her 70th birthday. I was looking for a memorable and special evening and Los Poblanos bowled us over! The cappelletti with green pasta which incorporated the tomato leaves, had a filling and fresh cherry tomato topping that was sumptuous. We shared the daily special of a perfectly cooked (and I am very picky about the exact point) filet of halibut atop forbidden rice with mushroom and scrumptious roasted eggplant. There was a fruity Chile sauce and a buttery green sauce and they were both outstanding! Beautifully presented. We added the Braise Greens with house pork (my personal favorite of the night!) and the crispy new potatoes (the skins were crispy and translucent.). My friend had the local Santa Ana Sparkling Gruet and so enjoyed it. We enjoyed the always outstanding Honey Cake for dessert.
We did struggle a bit to converse as the restaurant was quite full and noisy and the high ceilings seem to amplify the chatter below. It would be nice if there were a more intimate or quiet area for those who really want to converse over their spectacular meal!
My husband and I came to Campo for our three year wedding anniversary. The food was absolutely wonderful! The only thing was our table was very small which took away from the comfort of our experience. We had an overall wonderful experience and will definitely consider coming to dine at los poblanos again.
An exceptional meal with dishes that are both creative and familiar. Highly recommended for a special night. The menu is small but covers all the bases, and everything they do, they do very well. As a bonus, their cocktails are creative and add a great extra note to the evening. Service is exceptional and friendly, making it an all-around great dining experience.
This was our first time at this new facility....a great improvement. Decor was simple and fitting for the farm ambiance. However, the inside seating was crowded with tables and very noisy, and we will never dine inside because of that. We dined outside under the open porch with lavender fields & sunflowers in view, along with visiting fowl, passing thunderstorm & brief rain, and beautiful sunset clouds. The view plus moderate noise made the ambiance very good. Food was well presented and tasty, but over priced. For example, the tomato salad had one slice of tomato with several blackberries for $14. The flies outside should be addressed with something natural as suits an organic farm. We were warned though. Lovely relaxed atmosphere, attentive service with elegant touches.....we will be back because we enjoy the farm setting, the gardens, and the animals around along with the food.
Nice bar area if you have to wait for a table. Locally grown and creative dishes. Good variety
The ambiance has been greatly improved by the remodel but, although our request for a quiet table was honored, it was too loud. The setting on the farm was lovely. The bar service was very slow and they did not carry gin brands I like (Tanqueray, Bombay Sapphire) and I did not enjoy my gin and tonic with the gin they used although the other diners with me did like their Old Fashioned and Martini. The service in general was choppy. The air conditioning was blowing directly on me and it was turned down but after quite a wait. My friends enjoyed their steak and pork chops but I was unable to eat my lamb (agnoletto?) because it was very spicy which was not indicated on the menu or by the server. The cheese plate was overpriced at $15 with only 4 small pieces of cheese and minimal crackers/biscuits. There was a charge of $5 for bread which was good but bread is usually complimentary.
Service and food were exceptional. We will be back for sure when back in town.
My first dining experience with Los Poblanos was in October of 2017. I was impressed by the upscale, sophisticated yes comfortable atmosphere. My last visit was a total departure from that first visit. We were seated nearly 1 hour later than our reservation. The waiting area is now a cramped, loud bar. The level of noise in the dining was deafening. Our table could only carry on conversation through shouting. After we left, one of the members of my party said, "glad that's over." This is not a comment one should expect from a $200+ meal. I will never go back.
Seasons has amazing food and it’s such a beautiful location! We love going for date nights and girls nights! Amazing drinks as well!!
Celebrated our anniversary. We sat outside on the covered porch and watched the rain fall. I had the gnocchi with mushrooms and green chile. The gnocchi was light and fluffy and the sauce was delicious. We also had the heirloom tomato salad and the beet salad both very good. The best appetizer we ordered was the blue corn hush puppies with a sweet and spice red chile sauce. They were crispy om the outside and soft in the center. You have to order these! It was a lovely night.
I wish the cocktails were not so pricey. I had a vodka martini straight up with Tito’s for $17. That’s crazy.
Very elegant dining. Fantastic meals. Very attentive and knowledgeable server. The additional assistance staff were marvelous and friendly.
WOW - Such a beautiful experience all around. From the entrance with the beautiful tunnel of trees, to the gorgeous view of the mountains, the ambiance was simply stunning. And the food....for a restaurant that hasn't even been open for a year, every bite was incredible! I feel like the chef's staff put so much thought and care into each element of our meal. We left thoroughly impressed, satisfied and planning for the next time we'd come.
Great food and great service! Love the different types of food. Glad they now gave a full bar.
This was our third meal at Campo and it's always wonderful. First, the grounds are truly beautiful. You immediately feel as if you've left all the hustle and bustle of an urban environment and have stepped into a very special corner of New Mexico. We've been here for Mother's Day and my birthday. This time we came to celebrate my husband's birthday and, as always, we loved the food, the service, and the ambiance. We always order a cheese plate, which continues to be a favorite. It's a varied selection, which includes selections from California, which we are familiar with, but also other States that we've never tried. They thoughtfully pair each cheese with a different condiment and cracker. We also shared the ceviche, which was made with halibut this time; a perfect balance of impeccably fresh fish with just enough heat from the pickled green chile. (My only suggestion would be to serve it with crackers to capture it all in one bite.) We ordered the bread selection as a side. (I often drive over to get a loaf from the Market on the property, while it's still warm from the oven.) My daughter had the lamb agnolotti and said it was delicious. My husband and I both ordered the achiote grilled ribeye and a side of crispy new potatoes. The steak was excellent. But, the potatoes might be the most addictive dish ever! Our server shared that, along with other seasonings, they sprinkle them with malt vinegar powder... So good! We finished things off with the fruit crisp (peach) a la mode, the pistachio cake and the carrot cake; all of which were a hit. We are foodies who moved here a year ago from California and Campo rivals most of the top restaurants in the San Francisco Bay we used to frequent. My husband throughly enjoyed himself and we will certainly continue to celebrate many meals here to come.
Our waiter was extremely knowledgeable about the menu and even gave us a tour of the kitchen. The food and presentation were creative and well executed.
Lea was an amazing server. She was attentive but not intrusive. we were seating looking out a window into the lavender fields. Food was divine. Made my husbands birthday extra special. Thee tire room sang Happy Birthday to him!!
The ribeye was simply the best I have ever tasted. Perfectly made to perfection!! The server, James, was wonderfully attentive and the restaurant/ grounds were beautiful.
Lovely evening - quiet eating outside on the patio. All aspects perfect.
Beautiful setting, interesting menu, energetic and engaged staff.
Excellent food- beyond ordinary Halibut- and friendly and excellent service
A true culinary delight. Even though we live right down the street we always feel like we are transported to a magical place when we visit Los Poblanos. Every element of Campo and LP is brilliantly curated.
Excellent food, wonderful services, and lovely ambiance. We stayed at the Inn and had dinner - just a wonderful experience. Everyone was friendly and very knowledgeable.
Great restaurant...highly recommend....service, food and ambiance were top notch....