Albuquerque has a restaurant to suit every taste. For a more upscale dining experience, there are many fine dining options. From farm-to-table eateries to restaurants with spectacular views served with spectacular food, Albuquerque has a wide array to choose from. Explore some of the best fine dining locations in Albuquerque.

Antiquity Restaurant

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Visit Antiquity Restaurant in Old Town for a cozy atmosphere perfect for dates or small groups. The menu features fresh seafood, charcoal-grilled steaks and a selection of fowl. Check out one of the nightly specials along with a wide selection of wines. Reservations are required.

Bien Shur Lounge

Bien Shur Food

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Located on the rooftop of Sandia Resort & Casino, Bien Shur Lounge has some of the best views in Albuquerque. The lounge was recently remodeled and features a clean, modern feel. Open Friday and Saturday nights, Bien Shur offers a large selection of beer and wine and small plates.

Campo

Food at Campo at Los Poblanos

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For a more casual fine dining experience, head to Campo at Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm. The menu evolves with the seasons and the harvest from the farm to provide guests with the freshest ingredients and dishes based on ingredients found in Albuquerque. Enjoy brunch or dinner at Campo, but be sure to make a reservation first!

Farm & Table

Farm & Table Patio

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For fresh food from the area, head to Farm & Table. Up to 80% of the menu is sourced from local farmers and other regional businesses. The 12-acre property features a farm that grows ingredients used in the kitchen, and the menu changes seasonally with the growing season. Reservations are recommended.

Level 5 Rooftop Restaurant & Lounge

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Enjoy brunch or dinner with a view at Level 5 Rooftop Restaurant & Lounge inside Hotel Chaco. Executive Chef Christian Monchâtre has won “Chef of the Year” and “Medal of the Chevalier of Merit” awards, and is a member of the Academie Culinaire de Françe. The seasonal menu at Level 5 features native New Mexican ingredients prepared to perfection. Reservations are only available to hotel guests. Other guests will be accommodated based on availability.

MÁS - Tapas y Vino

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Located in the beautiful Hotel Andaluz, MÁS - Tapas y Vino is a restaurant and tapas bar inspired by Spanish cooking. MÁS is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and emphasizes organic, locally-sourced foods in its dishes. Don’t forget to order one of the unique cocktails offered, like the Truth or Consequences martini.

Ranchers Club of New Mexico

Ranchers Club of New Mexico steak

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Ranchers Club of New Mexico is inspired by the rustic charm of a ranch house. The meat and seafood is cooked with a wood-fired French oven on a gridiron grill. This style of cooking infuses flavor reminiscent of dining on the open range. Reservations are recommended, and there is a dress code.

Savoy Bar & Grill

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Savoy Bar & Grill offers fine dining in Northeast Albuquerque. With unique food inspired by California wine country, the locally sourced ingredients pop in every dish. Browse the beverage menu for the perfect local beer, wine or cocktail to pair with your meal. Reservations are recommended.

Seasons Rotisserie & Grill

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Seasons Rotisserie & Grill, located in Old Town, serves up comforting cuisine with an artisanal flair. Seasons finds the freshest ingredients to create American-style dishes that are elevated but simple. Be sure to try a signature cocktail or one of the many wines available. Reservations are recommended for the downstairs area, while the rooftop is open on a first-come, first-served basis.

TEN 3

Ten 3 at top of Sandia Mountains

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Head up to TEN 3 for some of the best views in Albuquerque. At 10,300 feet above sea level, the restaurant at the top of Sandia Peak offers casual and fine dining. Hop on board the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway for a scenic ride to the restaurant. The menu features New Mexican, American and international influences. Reservations are required for fine dining, and there is a dress code.

To find more dining options, visit our restaurants page.