TEN 3 is perched atop the area’s distinct, burgeoning culinary landscape. Our menu features international, Mediterranean, New Mexican, and American dishes, all thoughtfully and responsibly prepared from scratch, emphasizing the unique flavors of the region, and locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. We strive for straightforward beauty in every dish with the hopes that each bite will create moments of communal joy you’ll want to return to time and time again.
Although the alpine dining experience can present amazing opportunities to create lasting memories, weather can occasionally present unexpected challenges related to our remote tram access - please be patient with the rare and unavoidable delays or cancellations that may result due to high winds or adverse weather conditions.
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Sealed or wrapped utensils used
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
- Staff temperature check required
- Diner temperature check required
- Contact tracing information collected
Ten 3 is a great place to be, the only issue I came across was the rice for the miso glazed tiger shrimp was undercooked, it had a crunch to the rice and I don’t know if that’s how it’s suppose to be. But outside of that it the rest of the meal was good.
Jan 22nd was our 34th anniversary and since we had already dined here 2 other times we decided we would celebrate and dine here again. The restraunt is very nice and really just about every table has a view of city which is nice. Our waiter was really nice and so accomadating. Even wanted to treat us to a dessert on them which was nice. The food was okay even though I had to return my pasta to be recooked and was still just okay. I would say everyone should at least try eating at Ten 3 once as it is nice but a bit pricey. We will still go back and try the lunch menu as we love the ride up on the tram and the best views anywhere.
It was very cold but other then that it was amazing.
It is pretty expensive, but a great special occassion experience. We went for our anniversary.
Food was exquisite! Don made our whole night!
This is a beautiful restaurant if you can stomach the trip up and back. You must have a reservation for the fine dining portion, but not the bar area. The bar area is smaller though and has limited views.
The fine dining portion is larger, with city views and higher priced food. It’s “gourmet” but good with large portions. My group had the pork chop, tiger shrimp, catch of the day, and prime rib. All were good but the polenta that came with the pork chop could use more seasoning. But they give you this black salt for the table. The slaw that came with the shrimp was really good.
Overall, I would definitely recommend. The food, service, and views are worth it.
Absolutely Amazing views, food, service and overall experience
We were a party of 4, celebrating a birthday. The food was delicious, the view incredible and our server, Jennifer, was outstanding. We had several dietary restrictions and we all found something to enjoy. The dinner WAS expensive, but the birthday girl was worth it.
Great experience and views
We brought friends from out of town to have a nice dinner.
Loved the food and service. Plus the view was incredible.
We will definitely return.
If you want exceptional view and even before food, Ten 3 is the place to go. I could not have asked for better service
Everything was wonderful our server Thomas was amazing
All would have been perfect, if not have been for an employee complaining about us taking too long to finish our dessert (birthday dinner). Employee was not part of our (4) wait staff. He was very rude snd loud and wanted to make sure we could hear that we were taking too long.
Our reservation was @ 7:15pm ~dessert was served at 9:15pm.
I brought friends visiting from Colorado for a first time visit since the remodel & we all were very pleased with our experience.
We had a very good time, everything went smoothly. Our server was attentive and sweet. Only issue : the ribeye came med rare as ordered, but was CHEWY, also didn't have much presentation. Not what you would expect from this type of restaurant. We didn't say anything in an effort to just enjoy the evening, which we did. The rest of the food: chicken chop, pork chop, crab cake were very good, and the polenta was a favorite side.
Thank you for seating us earlier than our reservation time. Experience was remarkable
Probably best fine dining in Albuquerque. Excellent food and service. Expensive.
Very nice setting, however please realize besides being somewhat overpriced, you are going to have to pay $30 roundtrip for each person to travel on the tram.
They need to offer a discount tram ride if you're going to have dinner.
Some waiters were very casually dressed in blue jeans. We expected better, for example black pants, white shirts.
My husband and I celebrated our 6 year anniversary together with ten 3 and it was a wonderful experience. Our server was prompt and pleasant and the food was terrific! The night tram ride experience was also a fun addition to a wonderful evening.
I was pleasantly surprised by Ten3. We ate there when it was High finance and were not impressed. Traveling extensively in the military, we've been to some superb places and Ten 3 proved to be a contender. We will go again.
The food was excellent and the presentation was beautiful.
Not a spot for a romantic dinner.
Made reservations well in advance for anniversary. We arrived early for 6:15 and offered to wait for a table by the window. Told we couldn’t wait even though we were early. Told at time of reservation there was no way to reserve window seat. Instead, sat by the walkway in the back. Waiters didn’t even know whose section it was and we sat for near 20 minutes before anyone came to get our drink order. Tuna appetizer was on quality with Whole Foods Sushi. Pork chop was average, steak was nicely prepared. Then came the offer for dessert. Waiter dropped off desert menu and disappeared. Perhaps he went on break. After 20 minutes we flagged down another waiter and asked for our check. Finally our waiter reappeared and apologized.
Food came very quickly after ordered as if they were trying to rush us out of the restaurant and turn the table, despite having other tables infilled. Despite the person at the base of the tram and the hostess saying happy anniversary, the waiter was clueless about it on the reservation. Though they called in advance to warn us of a business casual dress code, families and people wore sweatshirts and tennis shoes.
We spent our anniversary Saturday night seated in the middle back of the restaurant by the doorway/throughway while two families with kids came in after us and got the window seats. When we asked to move when 4 tables opened up by the window within 15 minutes of our reservation we were told no. Way overpriced for quality. Perhaps trying to appeal tourists, not locals
There are a dozen more intimate restaurants/better food in ABQ. A special anniversary dinner with my wife it was not.
Beware if looking for a romantic quiet spot. Perhaps with a reliable waiter and a window seat. But as we were told at reservations & when we arrived, even with reservations well in advance, no guarantee. In other words they can’t guarantee this place is right for your special occasion.
An unforgettable evening! The food and views were spectacular. One of a kind experience. Thank you!
Pricey but on par with high end steak houses. Million dollar views at sunset and through the evening. Still a little short staffed making waits longer than other similar caliber restaurants. Staff that was there was great.
While the food was great, I don't think it's worth the price. Especially when you add in the hefty tram ticket cost. Also, I was disappointed at the nearly absent holiday decorations which could have been magnificent in that beautiful space. Add in the frigid tram ride, not heated, I probably would not go again at night in cold weather. The view of the lights of Albuquerque at night, though, wow.
Beautiful restaurant. Excellent and attentive staff. This restaurant sold us on Albuquerque!
Ten 3 is a WOW. The restaurant is absolutely beautiful and has the most magical view of the Albuquerque city lights. Our server was excellent, as was the food. We ate in the fine dining side of the restaurant (reservations required) and it was pricey but worth it for the extravagant meal we had. This is a great special occasion restaurant.
* Please be sure to read all of the "instructions" because the only way to the top is on the tram and this requires some advance planning. *
Wonderful meal with an exceptional view. We had reservations for fine dining, for which the wait staff offered impeccable service. Everything from the crab cake, beef tartar appetizers to the filet and specialty New York strip were prepared perfectly. It was a phenomenal place to take a visiting guest.
Our experience was amazing! Food was delicious and our server Don was the absolute best! Incredible view of the city.
Staff was incredible food not so much. At those prices you should get what tastes good. or offer more selection.
Ten3 was a fun, different night out. The food was good. Service was excellent. I loved sitting by the fireplace and the view of the city at night is a must see.
Enjoyable dinner but staff seemed overwhelmed. Very very slow. They were pleasant enough but couldn’t keep up.
Absolutely an enjoyable experience . Our complements to the chef.
This place was amazing! The views were breath taking!! The food and service was on point!!!
Our server did a phenomenal job and we really appreciated him. Atmosphere is beautiful and you can’t beat the views of the city.
Reservations are crucial to have. Food feels overpriced. Additionally we found the dress code quite off putting. This is a restaurant on top of a mountain— fitness/outdoor-ware should be allowed, and even encouraged. Let people hike La Luz to enjoy a good night at your restaurant.
Having just moved to ABQ and knowing not a single soul, we enjoyed a fabulous Thanksgiving meal at a charming corner table featuring a epic view of the Sandias. Our server (I think his name was Nick) was charming and incredibly welcoming. And holy cow - the food was beyond scrumptious!
Less expensive choices for wine and beer would be nice. Otherwise outstanding!
Good food! Killer margaritas! Nice variety of choices. Can’t beat the view!
It was great, but I'd say the ride up in tramcar is definitely out of my Covid 19 comfort range, even with a N95 mask.
Ten 3 is rated 4.6 stars by 722 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.