In honor of our upcoming retreat to Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Organic Farm in the North Valley of Albuquerque New Mexico, we wanted to share some insight and highlight why we love this part of the country oh so much.
Farm + Table: Get the winter veggies and farm fries and you’ll be set. North Valley spot overlooking the farm fields
La Quinta Restaurant at Los Poblanos: No stop to Albuquerque would be complete without a farm to table dinner experience at Los Poblano’s famed restaurant. Set in a historic hacienda La Quinta offers the very best of Rio Grande River Valley cuisine, incorporating the freshest ingredients from local farms and spotlighting seasonal produce whenever possible.
Casa Rondena: Vineyard with Spanish influence inspired by the Winemaker’s travels to the South of Spain. Relax in the lovely spanish stone buildings and tasting room or amongst the vines of Cabernet and Tempranillo. Try the Meritage blend the 2010 year was a classic.
Local Grower’s Market: Saturday mornings in downtown Albuquerque features local growers and purveyors many of which are located in the Rio Grande River Valley the backdrop for our Spring Retreat at Los Poblanos.
Wagner’s Farmland Experience: This is the land of the chiles so why not experience them in their home land with a visit to Wagner’s 50+ acres of the famous chiles and more!
The Shed: The very best + casual New Mexican cuisine
Clafoutis French Bakery: Sweet and delicious. A perfect stop to satisfy a craving or treat yourself to their amazing breakfast
Cafe Pasquals: Casual fine dining at it’s best. Pasquale’s blends global tastes and flavors into a mouthwatering delight that your taste buds will not regret. We sampled the menu and were consistently wowed!
Geronimo: Fine dining at it’s best and one of the very best in all of New Mexico
The Teahouse: An incredible and diverse selection of teas from all over the world. We loved how the teas were selected not only for their tastes but how their wellness benefits too! Also, a beautiful spot with outdoor garden seating. Perfect after a day exploring the Canyon Road Art Galleries.
Cafe Fina: Can we say Migas! Perfect roadside spot for brunch or a snack. Fresh and fast.
Seret and Sons: Building after building of global and antique finds. Reserve a few days for exploring the klim rugs, indian carved furniture, and balinese batik fabrics.
No visit to New Mexico would be complete without a stop in:
For the famed Chimayo hand loomed rugs in gorgeous Native American Indian designs
For some fun mountain times
Rio Grande Gorge
Incredible and Awe Inspiring
And of course: Hot air ballooning + Hot springs!
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