Farm & Table

Farm and table in Albuquerque has a wonderful patio that's lit with lights and lanterns. The Taste SF recently visited after their visit to the Fiesta Balloon glow.
Lifestyle and photographers The Taste SF from San Francisco visits one of the best restaurants in Albuquerque, Farm and Table, where you'll find local and seasonal dishes.

 

Everyone told us that Farm & Table was the go-to restaurant for special occasions in Albuquerque. It’s just down the street from the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, so it made for the perfect place to escape the crowds of the Fiesta Balloon Glow that evening and taste some of their locally-sourced dishes. We arrived a little early, so the hostess welcomed us to sit on the patio and order a glass of wine while we waited. The weather in Albuquerque was really beautiful, so we requested a table outside on the patio that was lit with twinkle lights and the stars above.

 

The Taste SF Culinary Travel and Lifestyle bloggers and photographers from San Francisco visits one of the best restaurants in Albuquerque with seasonal dishes. We love this outside area filled with wooden stools where you can relax with a glass of wine while waiting to be seated at Farm and Table.
Photographers and bloggers from The Taste SF visited one of the best restaurants in Albuquerque - Farm and Table. Try this small plate of artichoke hearts, ciabatta, and goat cheese.

Farm and Table best restaurant in Albuquerque, caprese salad with tomatoes and mozzarella, The Taste SF
The Taste SF loved the patio at Farm and Table restaurant in Albuquerque, filled with colorful potted plants and twinkle lights. Perfect spot to enjoy a glass of wine or dinner.

Farm and Table is one of the best restaurants in Albuquerque, serving local flavors and working with local farms - The Taste SF food and travel photographers and bloggers tried their ribeye steak with smokey beet puree along with a glass of red wine.
The Taste SF visited this Albuquerque restaurant Farm and Table's pumpkin creme brûlée - visit for an evening under the stars with farm to table seasonal food.

 

The menu is seasonal, and on the evening we were there, we decided to try the grilled artichoke hearts with house-made ciabatta, garlic and goat cheese. The ciabatta was fantastic and we loved the flavors.  That was followed by the always simple and classic caprese salad with tomatoes from the garden and hand pulled mozzarella. We split the ribeye for two with russet mashed potatoes, smoked beet puree, and Bordelaise sauce. It’s hard to say no to a good Bordelaise sauce!

We finished off the evening with pumpkin creme brûlée. It was the perfect way to top off the night, and by the time dinner was over, the traffic had died down and it made the perfect low-stress end to our Balloon Glow evening.

Thank you to Alaska Airlines for sponsoring this post.

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