Slate Street Cafe
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Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: June 14, 2019
Ends: June 15, 2118
Availability: Tue-Sat 4:00PM-6:00PM
$3 Mimosas every Friday and Saturday from 12pm-2pm
Terms and Conditions:
Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: June 14, 2019
Ends: June 15, 2118
Availability: Fri-Sat 12:00PM-2:00PM
Honestly, I had really high hopes. My wife and I love SixtySix Acres so we were excited to try Slate Street. Problem was, the food was really, really, really bland!!!
My southern chicken was slathered in a flavorless gravy that had the texture of cornstarch added to water and not much flavor beyond that. The chicken itself was cooked well but was, my to my chagrin, even less flavorful. The mashed potatoes and green beans were good but the whole thing was not worth it. I would have been unhappy if it were $8 but it was $22.
Andy my wife's ramen had flavor but nearly half the bowl was bamboo shoots! It just wasn't worth it either.
I do not expect to return nor would I recommend it to anyone. I hope Sixty Six Acres stays good but Slate Street was NOT
I like Slate Street, but they sat me upstairs for Valentine’s Day. There were bright spot lights and it get like I was sitting in a coffee shop. Very slow service, nice waitstaff though.
My partner absolutely loved her Fillet Mignon, and that would probably be the best bet if you're a carnivore/omnivore. Me, I tried the Bison ribeye, which though it was billed as quite lean, was quite fatty on its edge, and annoyingly that fact was hidden by the very heavy, overly sweet dark glaze slathered over it. It was serviceable but a bit of a disappointment, especially since the only other meats were the abovementioned Fillet and some chicken. Beef ribeye experiences at this restaurant in the past were much better and I'd encourage the kitchen to go back to beef when it comes to ribeyes. As always the restaurant had a great wine list, and has a nice number of half bottles (such as our appetizer Cava) and other bottles on sale. I know of only a handful of places that have both Ridge and Turley Zinfandels on their list like Slate does, though I chose a glass of the Seghesio Angela's Table, which was an excellent choice. Service was excellent and the bruschetta, as always, is a good way to start and share a meal.
Scallops with Capellini was very good. Nice place in the downtown area.
We arrived early so we were able to pick a table out of the din (on NYE), which helped a lot. I was slightly disappointed that their famous corn chowder wasn't on the menu along with tow other favorite entrees, but we both finally decided on was excellent, so I was pleased.
the acoustics are very bad, food and service very good. I would recommend having some noise abatement material installed in the ceiling
Everything was going well until a mentally ill person came in and started screaming. The staff was very professional and after 40 mins the crisis team came and assisted the person out.
Great atmosphere. Staff is very friendly and attentive. Food and drinks are delicious.
Bfast is great but dinner menu is limited.
Hostesses was frazzled when we arrived, and we ended up being taken to a few tables before being seated. I originally ordered a special, which was out after I ordered, so I got something else. Food took about an hour to arrive, but we were so rushed through ordering by the waiter, we didn’t have a chance to look into ordering an appetizer. My meal, the ahi tuna, was over cooked and dry, the egg roll was cold and soggy, the soy dipping sauce had been spilled out of the cup and all over the plate and the “wasabi cream” sauce was so over abundant and overwhelming that it just made it all worse. If it hadn’t have taken an hour to get it, I would have ordered something else as my companion’s meal was the right temp and very good. This was the fourth time I’ve eaten at Slate street, and the first time I’ve had a bad experience so I’m hoping it was just a fluke.
Dull interior. Space too open. Things beginning to wear out and not be updated or maintained. Food was good but nothing to rave about. Server was very good. Deadly quiet for a Thursday night. Something's wrong.
It was empty. The food was good but not what I’d expect for the prices/upscale presentation
I cant say enough about this place. The service was amazing. Everyone was pleasant and accommodating to any requests we had. I had the grilled flat iron steak entree, and it was perfectly cooked. The bread pudding for dessert was delicious! Definitely going to head back next time I'm in Abq.
Arrived Thursday night. Took a while to get a server even though the place was nearly empty. Finally got an order in, salads showed up with entrees right behind them. Food was ok, nothing special. May have just been an off night but I’m not inclined to try again.
Delicious food per usual and the wine was wonderful.
Brunch was delicious!! Service was super friendly!
Cold coffee, inattentive/rude server, food was mediocre.
We had a 5:00 reservation because we had tickets to Jerry Seinfeld at 7 at the Kiva. It should have been plenty of time for dinner. We had to flag our server down to order. He apologized and said they were slammed, and everyone was going to the performance. Our food took an inordinate amount of time to come to the table. It was well after 6 before our food got there. The waiter was super nice and did a good job serving. The food came out piece meal. There were seven of us. Once we got our food, it was excellent. We totally enjoyed our meal even though we had to eat it rather quickly. The management should know what’s happening In downtown Albuquerque and staff accordingly. I would definitely go back for dinner when time isn’t a factor.
Not great!! I arrived at 7 pm and was seated. The waiter took my appetizer order about 7:08. At 7:30, I had to ask the hostess to get my waiter because he never returned to get my dinner order. At 7:45, I, once again, had to ask the hostess to find my waiter because I hadn’t received my appetizer and I also wanted another glass of water. The seared ahi tuna (my entree) came out about 7:50 but still no appetizer (baked goat cheese and marinara). I asked another server (not mine) about the appetizer. She said that she would find out about it for me. The appetizer came out AFTER I had finished my entree!! I don’t understand why everything took so long or why my waiter was so absent; the restaurant was virtually empty!! There were maybe 2 more tables of customers there along with me and 3 servers. So, not only was my service poor, the food wasn’t that great either. There was WAY too much wasabi cream on the tuna entree! It was all over the plate and, therefore, the food. Also, the goat cheese appetizer wasn’t worth the long wait. I started to send it back but at that point I was just ready to get back to the hotel. This was my first visit to Albuquerque and this place was recommended to me. Unfortunately, I didn’t have a good experience or a great meal. Needless to say, I don’t plan on returning to Slate Street Cafe.
Great off the beaten path restaurant, cool atmosphere, good service and great food!
The food took a little bit longer than I expected, but was delicious. I was hoping for a little more tuna on my tuna nicoise salad.
Waiter was not very friendly. He looked like he hated to be there. Took my order and never came back.
Excellent food in a pleasant place. Attentive service. Great meal!
Bruschetta was awesome followed by entrees that were not! Seemed like maybe cheese wiz was drizzled over my broccoli side.
Our server gave us great recommendations and was an excellent host!
This was our first visit to Slate Street Cafe and it was excellent. So great we went back again that week. We had scallops, ahi tuna, chicken and green chili and chicken soup. They say people make the experience and Andy the bar manager did just that. He took the time and recommended the wines for dinner and the ports for dessert. My wife and I had a great dinner and wine experience because of their chefs and Andy.
This was our second time in two week period we were in Albuquerque- we loved it. Got selections and well prepared - love the fig bruschetta. The servers are friendly and helpful. As a wine and beer bar it is excellent !!
This is by far my favorite local restaurant. This time I took my relatives while they were here to visit. We started with the bruschetta. I had the chicken fried steak, they had the fish and chips and burgers. Everyone walked away stuffed and happy. I'm looking forward to going back again.
Service slow. Two hours total. Food portion small and cold when it arrived
I went to Slate Street Cafe for dinner for my anniversary. We had the Bruschetta for an appetizer that was beautiful and tasty. We really liked the different topping choices that we were given. The Ahi Tuna was world class as well as the Salmon bowl. Service was friendly and attentive without being overbearing.
Slate Street never Disappoints. I have been there many times weather it’s brunch lunch or dinner it’s always great.
Love the ambiance menu and excellent service.
Thanks Slate Street!!
What a great find! We had great food and service and would definitely go back!
We had a group of 12 and were accommodated in a side private room. Every service was great. Restrooms were right next door. It was great. We love to have Sunday lunch here.
One of our favorite restaurants in Albuquerque! My only wish is that they would add some vegan options (besides salads) to their menu. The atmosphere is lovely and the service excellent.
Adorable downtown gem! Great mimosas and delicious brunch, I will definitely be back!
Food was great and service was really excellent. Not a big menu, however they did have variety. Everyone at our table was real satisfied and pleased by the food. Service was super. Many different staff came to take care of us and it seemed like they were all in great moods. Will return for sure.
Everything was wonderful from the service to the food, which was excellent. It made for a very special evening for my mother and I before going on to a dance show. Love this place.
We enjoyed the evening with our adult children and spouses. Our reservation was ready, food was excellent. We missed the baker being out of town, so dessert choices were limited. We recommended Slate Street to others and they now have a party booked for April 20:)
The food was excellent, and the staff was so kind and accommodating, despite our later reservation. The bruschetta was amazing!! I dream of the wild mushroom.