Farmington (Navajo: Tóta' ) is a city in San Juan County in the U.S. state of New Mexico. As of the 2013 population estimate from the United States Census Bureau the city had a total population of 45,426 people. Farmington (and surrounding San Juan County) makes up one of the four Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA's) in New Mexico. The U.S. Census Bureau's population estimate in 2011 for Farmington was about 45,256.
Things to do in Farmington
4 based on 523 reviews
This is one of my favorite restaurants of ALL Time! The food was absolutely fantastic and they have their own micro brewery beer On Tap that is not available anywhere else. The beer was so deliscious that I had a glass for dessert.
The food is all prepared fresh so don't expect to eat quickly. The interior is filled with wonderful collections of donated beer labels from around the world, antiques and curios of all types, beer steins hanging from the rafters and more. Every inch of the restaurant has some thing unusal and wonderful to look at.
There is a Pizzeria and Tap Room next door that we hope to check out on our next trip.
This restaurant was a such a treat!
4.5 based on 25 reviews
I had the San Juan bar was so tasty it had blackberries and oatmeal it was heaven in my mouth. So light and fruity. I had the Mexican Espresso I could have a pass on that to much espresso had not enough cinnamon. Just passing thru was a good choice just for the bar. It had about 3 tables inside and 4 outside a small place, has a drive thru.
4.5 based on 279 reviews
St Clair Winery & Bistro brings French country cuisine and award winning New Mexico wines to a comfortable bistro setting. Outdoor patios are also available, making your dining experience one-of-a-kind. Enjoy a glass of refreshing wine while you listen to live music Friday evenings. We Cater! Large Party Options: Pickup, Delivery, On-Site Catering, and Off-site Catering available.
We were celebrating Valentine’s Dinner at ST. CLAIR WINERY & BISTRO-FARMINGTON. For appetizers, we ordered the Jalapeno Bacon-Shrimp and the Roasted Brussels Sprouts. The bacon-wrapped shrimp in Mandarin sauce were perfectly cooked and deliciously tangy, and the Brussels sprouts were surprisingly tasty, cooked in warm...MoreHi Tony, from what we can see your experience was not reflective of our brand. We are really sorry for that. Until then, please receive my most sincere apologies on behalf of everyone in the team.
4 based on 223 reviews
Have been here twice and have had excellent service both times. I ordered the Chili Relleno. They do it right. Not greasy. Mostly crispy on the outside. Husband and I both love their Gorditos. We like the chicken on the best. The sopapillas are light and crisp but soft.
4 based on 120 reviews
I always enjoy stopping in here when I'm in Farmington. I'm a creature of habit and almost always get the huevos rancheros with red chili, everything pretty much I've ever had here is good. Coffee is hot, service is quick. Not fancy but really good for a diner (and clean restrooms, which is a failing in many restaurants)!
4.5 based on 56 reviews
Welcome to Francisc's We are a locally owned and family operated Establishment. Come on in to enjoy a Authentic Northern New Mexican dining Experience, Our delicious meals are prepared fresh daily and are our own Authentic Recipes, prepared and cooked by us. We take pride in the meals that we serve here at Francisca's. Our Opening day was April 1, 2005 which will put us at 12 wonderful years, With great friendly staff you will have a wonderful experience tasting our Red and Green chili. So come on in and enjoy yourself. Thank you Francisca's
When I was growing up in New Mexico, red and green Chile was the only 'Mexican' food we knew. From the kitchens of our, and friends, mothers; to neighborhood restaurants with a handful of tables; to 'date night' restaurants with table service (!), 'mexican' food was NEW Mexican food, and while it could vary from 'acceptable' to outstanding, it was almost always consistent. For reasons I don't fully understand, New Mexico is losing much of that food – and culture – through generic 'mexican' restaurants that serve poorly-spiced, beef-heavy, chile-less meals unheard of in New Mexico until recently. And where Christmas is a holiday, not a menu choice.
But on a recent visit to the Four Corners area, I was happy to find Francisca's restaurant, which serves the same food I remember from years past. Enchiladas, tacos, rellenos, tamales, all the favorites are here but prepared and served in the New Mexico way where Chile is an ingredient, not an add-on, with chips and a (properly cooked, crisp-on-the-outside-soft-on-the-inside) sopapilla is included with your meal.
The decoration is sparse; the employees, I think, are all one family and friends (and work incredibly hard); and you don't go here for the ambiance. Personally I like my Chile a little hotter (although there's only ever been one person who cooked Chile so hot I couldn't enjoy it), but all in all I highly recommend Francisca's.
Be aware these are the traditional New Mexican recipes that have been passed down in family kitchens and mom and pop restaurants. Pintos and rice. Red Chile cooked with hamburger meat; green with pork. You're not going to get blue corn tortillas; or vegetarian tamales; or shrimp in any form. It's good, basic, New Mexico food that has served generations. Hopefully it is food that will remain in New Mexico culture for generations to come.
4.5 based on 101 reviews
While stuck in a hotel in Farmington, I was delighted to come across this gem. Found online, reviewed menu with Very Reasonable prices listed, ordered online and had wonderful food delivered to me within 1/2 hour. Crispy egg rolls, and padtai noodles with shrimp and pork. A huge serving. Left overs for lunch. Great price, minimal service charge, friendly and prompt delivery. Flavorful. Highly recommend Mikasa for anyone in Farmington. Eat in, take out, delivery
4.5 based on 93 reviews
Italian Fine Dining in Farmington NM - Do you believe it? It's true. And WE ARE OPEN!!!
A good meal with family--food was very good. Husband had his usual lasagna, I always try something new. Their pasta is home made and tasty. The service did need some work. Waitperson was attentive when we got there but then seemed to lose interest--brought meal promptly but did not ask if we wanted another drink or if dessert was desired. There were plenty of servers so she was not overburdened. Seemed to be visiting with friends.
4 based on 88 reviews
Atmosphere: noisy, loud, not suitable for conversation. Food: salty, overcooked, ribs with no flavor. Service: too intrusive with someone coming by every 5 minutes asking if they could refill drinks. Once again, don't ask and interrupt conversation, just refill. I've been a server, and although patrons want friendly servers, they don't want someone who's stopping by so often, that you can't complete a sentence. If you want to stop at a roadhouse type establishment, Logan's is much, much better.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
After a long day we thought we would try a second visit. I or the Taco's Al pastor the best tacos ever Great service and clean. I recommend them to a friend when I asked her if she went? She said yes and my family and I loved it. Delicious
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