Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in Corrales, New Mexico, United States. Corrales is a village in Sandoval County, New Mexico, United States. The population was 8,329 at the 2010 Census. With proximity to the Rio Grande, the village was founded for agricultural purposes. The Rio Grande Bosque on the eastern edge of the village provides refuge for native animals and plants. The village fights hard to maintain its rural character in light of being surrounded by the rapidly expanding cities of Rio Rancho and Albuquerque.
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4 based on 369 reviews
Vernon's Hidden Valley Steakhouse is the only speak easy in New Mexico! We feature exquisite steaks and seafood in a superb dining atmosphere. The culmination of live music, great food and top notch service, as well as the need for "the Password", create
Celebrating my sister's birthday with steak and wine. Unbelievable food and the service is outstanding!
4 based on 211 reviews
Consistently great food and service at a very reasonable price. Nice atmosphere and excellent servers. I recommend the NY hot pastrami sandwich with waffle fries but you can't go wrong with anything they serve. A popular local eating spot and bar that continues to provide great food and service at a great price.
4 based on 415 reviews
Voted the last four years Winner of Open Table Diners' Choice and the Local Hero Award for Best Restaurant, Farm & Table provides a culinary experience not to be missed! Nestled in the beautiful North Valley, the team at Farm & Table creates inspired seas
Farm and Table is in a lovely, semi-rural setting. Even though rain threatened, we were seated outside in a well-covered courtyard area and when the rain did arrive we stayed dry. So the place itself is quite enchanting (at least the outdoor seating area -- the inside seemed a bit more pedestrian). The food was good, but not write-home-about-it good. A roasted artichoke appetizer was more of a bruschetta, with three half-artichoke hearts on the toasted house bread (which was dry enough as-is). Decent flavor. My lamb loin was cooked to the requested medium rare and was pretty tender. The gnocchi that accompanied it was a bit gluey. My wife's trout was fine, but unmemorable. A few hours later she could not even recall what the accompaniment was. Desserts were merely okay. The peach tart, highly touted by our server, had a crust that was too thick, and even though peaches are in season, the tart wasn't very peachy. And the tiny key lime panna cotta did not have the tart zing that one associates with key lime desserts.Service was okay, but verged on hovering. There is a limited selection of local craft brews on tap and an okay wine list. For a place that often turns up at the top of lists of Albuquerque restaurants, we found Farm and Table pretty lackluster.
4 based on 125 reviews
We stopped in for breakfast on Saturday and were pleasantly surprised. Great wait staff and very attentive. I had the New Mexico style Eggs Benedict. Great green chile and perfectly poached eggs. Hubby had the Green Chile Cloud omelet. We enjoyed both. We got a side of house made bread, which was quite yeasty....next time will just get toast. We will be back.
4 based on 314 reviews
Turtle Mountain Brewing Company has been serving up the best wood-fired pizzas, calzones and house brewed ales and lagers since 1999. Our menu also offers salads with house-made dressings, East Coast style sandwiches and a variety of pub appetizers such a
Had not been to Turtle Mountain in several years. Still find the Adam Bomb (sausage, green chile, piÃ±on nuts) to be our favorite pizza. Tried their gluten-free crust and found that to be tasty. Love their spinach salad, but miss the orange vinegarette dressing they used to have with it.
4 based on 259 reviews
Great food, great prices, greater service!! Only serve breakfast and lunch. The bathroom was clean and fully stocked with toilet paper, hand soap and paper towels. If your looking for a great place to eat you should stop by. Thank you for the awesome review. We appreciate you choosing to stop in to eat with us at Weck's and hope to see you again soon. -Weck's Restaurants
4 based on 131 reviews
The first time here was odd; bad service and very good food. Then it got worse every time we went. The service continued to be slow and confused. Items on the menu were served different than described. Wrong drinks delivered and no explanation other than "That's the way we serve it now, it changed a while ago" and "I didn't know we had that beer!" It's hard to even want to go again wondering what the next mistake will be. Maybe the food will be good, maybe it won't, but the service is bad and strangely not justified. Better places in the nearby area that you can count on for consistent food and service!! Stay away from this place.
4 based on 169 reviews
I've been here a few times for breakfast, which the offer all-day. They have a varied menu with plenty to choose from.I particularly enjoy the green-chile Turkey patties that come as an option with their Ranch Breakfast items.The bakery items include bagels, muffins, scones, Danish and coffee cake. The last time I was there they had a delightful hamantashen offering.My female companion loves their high-protein bagel: 25-grams of multigrain bagel, pepper jack cheese, hard boiled egg, avocado and veggies.You order at the counter and they delivery it to your table. Refills on their flavorful coffees are self-service.There is seating both inside and outside.
4 based on 373 reviews
I agree with mtnlover22 - disappointing. The patio is nice. Our wait person became even more sour when asked for animal free items. All menu items contain them and/or gluten. Prices are much too high for what you're given and even higher if you kindly request healthy, compassionate substitutions. Grilled lettuce? I asked for some mushroom and lemon and olive oil with it instead of the blue cheese and the champagne dressing for some nutrient bulk. The bill came with an additional $5 for 3 slices of mushroom. Both my wallet and belly looked and felt empty when I left. Corrales, you're charming, though please do grow empathy and become current. You may wish to look to items from Flying Star, Thai Garden, Chipotle+ for simple suggestions or many places online for full nutritious flavor and texture without penalizing your customers' deepest empathy. Some avocado cumin cilantro lemon & a little chile pepper makes anything local and nutritious! Thank you so much - to good happy health for all!
4 based on 241 reviews
Kind of a small place. Parking a little difficult when busy. Overall - everyone enjoyed their food. I had the huevo ranchos with carne adovada. Really good and hash browns were nice and crispy. Carne was good but a little skimpy on the portion size of meat. Overall plate size was good.Again good but not high of list of an immediate revisit.
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