Taste American fusion cuisine older than America.

Have you ever tasted a recipe born a thousand years ago? Inhaled flavors so bold they’ve never left your soul? Close your eyes and imagine a bouquet of scents and spices you’ll only find in the high desert of New Mexico. Imagine savoring a recipe passed down for centuries as generations of stories are rewoven all around you. The ultimate culinary adventure is waiting to change your taste buds—and your perspective on travel.

The Ultimate Flavorful Weekend in Albuquerque

Day One

9:00am

Begin your day sampling flavors deeply rooted in our Native cultures at Pueblo Harvest Café.

11:00am

Experience North America’s oldest wine country while on the Bike & Wine Tour with Routes Bicycle Tours & Rentals, culminating in a wine tasting at Casa Rodeña Winery.

4:00pm

Explore Albuquerque’s Historic Old Town and discover the unique galleries, shops and treasures around every corner.

6:00pm

Enjoy dinner on the rooftop patio at Season’s Rotisserie and Grill as the sunset paints a breathtaking backdrop against the Albuquerque skyline.

Day Two

8:00am

Grab coffee and an empanada at the Downtown Growers' Market, where you’ll discover fresh local produce, treats and handmade jewelry and crafts.

11:00am

Experience a unique brunch spread on the gorgeous, flower-filled patio of El Pinto Restaurant & Cantina.

1:00pm

Inhale the intoxicating scent of lavender at Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm while you participate in their hands-on lavender and farming workshops. Reenergize afterwards with lunch to-go from the Farm Shop at Los Poblanos. If you have time for another dinner during your stay in Albuquerque, be sure to come back to Campo at Los Poblanos to try the Mole Rojo and the Toasted Blue Corn Hushpuppies.

5:00pm

Enjoy the homegrown flavors of Farm & Table, served up by Chopped winner Chef Carrie Eagle. Afterwards, relax with guided meditation or yoga on their farm deck for Wellness on the Farm, then end your delectable trip with their blueberry vanilla cheesecake and a glass of sauvignon blanc.

 

Imagine the perfect trip to Albuquerque. Then plan it.