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Located inside the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Pueblo Harvest is a full-service restaurant known for its extraordinary Native fusion fare that incorporates traditional Pueblo flavors into contemporary cooking. Visitors can experience the tradition of Pueblo hospitality while dining among original works of Native American art or enjoy patio dining with breathtaking views of the Sandia Mountains. Pueblo Harvest also hosts live music every weekend year-round with gourmet horno baked pizza. Pueblo Harvest Cafe is open for breakfast, lunch, happy hour and dinner Monday through Saturday and for brunch on Sundays.
After arrive in Albuquerque, we dropped in to Puebla Harvest for lunch. The place is huge, attractive, and offers a wide range of New Mexican/Southwestern menus options. Our tacos and tortilla soups were tasty and moderately spiced.
The saving grace was the margarita. Blue corm onion rings, wildly anticipated by locals, needed the the goopy dressing to disguise the fat-saturated dough. "Where's the onions?" Give me big, white onions with old fashioned white flour coating, like Woodman's in Essex, MA. The green...More
Near our hotel which was also recommend by the Front Desk, we went there for lunch one day of our visit. It was crowded supporting it's popularity but we were seated quickly. Service was good and the server made nice recommendations explaining the dishes in...More
Had lunch here after visiting the cultural center. Wanted to try the elk dish which was already sold out by noon. Found out that other game dishes are no longer on the menu. The mutton stew and fry bread were good, tacos were average. The...More
Stop for the art and education, and stay for a meal. The menu is in themes, and there are many good options. Try the elk (pot roast style) served on delicious polenta, or the beautifully seared salmon filet (photo). Good craft beer and cider choices,...More
Went for lunch with some friends. The food was not very good. Food showed up cold after a long wait and the Little Chile they used had no spice. Very bland taste to the meal. Lunch for three was 70$ with no alcohol.
IndianPuebloABQ, Public Relations Manager at Pueblo Harvest, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Mykonos69, thank you for bringing your experience to our attention. It appears that you did not enjoy your visit with us, and for that you have my sincere apology. I would also like to invite you back to experience the quality and service we’re known...More
What an unexpected surprise! I had no idea how great Native American food was... I got a roast turkey sandwich on fry bread and it was sooooo amazing. I had no idea that I needed fry bread in my life. There really should be more...More
Wow just amazing food. Soooo good. And huge portions.
The fry bread is yummy.
I also had the posole which was super good as well.
Also take the time to look around such a great building with lots to see and learn