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Private Dining

Host your private celebration in one of our elegant settings and experience the purest field-to-fork dining in the Southwest. Developed by our award-winning culinary team, our seasonal menus feature the fresh heirloom produce and locally inspired flavors of our Rio Grande Valley Cuisine. Sourcing from our own fields, as well as other local farms, our dishes highlight the abundance and traditions of New Mexico. Our personable staff is dedicated to providing the highest level of service for you and your guests. 

We are hosting events for up to 30 guests in 2022 and up to 60 guests in 2023 and beyond.

Inspired by the day's harvest, our menus are available in a range of multicourse options that can be combined with sommelier wine pairings to compliment your dining experience. 

Business Dinners

We warmly welcome corporate groups to Los Poblanos for the chance to meet and dine together. Treat your team and dine with ease in one of our private or semi-private spaces. 

Special Occasions

Milestone birthdays, anniversaries or bridal and baby showers can be memorably celebrated amongst the beauty and privacy of the gardens and historic buildings of Los Poblanos.

Holiday Parties

With cozy wood burning fireplaces, glowing luminarias and spectacular food and wine, Los Poblanos is the place to celebrate the holidays in high style.

Celebrations of Life

Our serene setting in the North Valley, nestled amongst lavender fields, private gardens and towering cottonwood trees, is a perfect place to honor and celebrate a beautiful, well-lived life.

Private Dining Locations

  • La Quinta Grand Portal
  • La Quinta Ballroom
  • La Quinta Gazebo
  • La Quinta Library
  • La Quinta Gilpin Gallery
  • La Quinta Sycamore Patio
  • Campo Cellar Room

La Quinta Grand Portal

The classical styling, size and grandeur of this space, designed by John Gaw Meem in 1934, creates the perfect setting for al fresco dining. With magnificent views of the Sandia Mountains, the Grand Portal has a twenty foot deep covered portico surrounding a Portuguese tiled swimming pool with fountains. It features a true fresco painted in 1937 by Peter Hurd depicting San Ysidro, the patron saint of farmers, and a series of small mural panels of pastoral farm scenes by Harry Miller.

La Quinta Ballroom

One of John Gaw Meem’s architectural masterpieces, the Grand Ballroom is undeniably one of the most stunning venues in New Mexico. The ballroom’s parquet walnut floors, elaborate carved ceilings, decorative Spanish tile and monumental fireplace make it a magnificent setting for truly memorable events. Four sets of French doors open to the surrounding gardens and the Grand Portal.

La Quinta Gazebo

The Gazebo is set behind John Gaw Meem’s architectural masterpiece, La Quinta, and is an ideal space for intimate dining and afternoon teas. Tucked in a lush, secluded garden, this octagonal pavilion is our most private dining setting and features a dramatic outdoor fireplace and lattice between paired posts.

La Quinta Library

Entering through famed New Mexican artist Gustave Baumann’s carved deco doors, the Library is a grand yet warm space filled with a collection of books, vintage photographs and art. With its leather couches and deep wingback chairs flanking the fireplace, it is the perfect gathering place.

La Quinta Gilpin Gallery

Albuquerque’s first art gallery open to the public, the clean, contemporary Gilpin Gallery features four large windows for natural light, original cork floors and a permanent exhibition of black and white photographs by Laura Gilpin from 1937.

La Quinta Sycamore Patio

Dine under the shade of four stately sycamore trees on this private gated patio surrounded by lush ivy and winding wisteria.

Campo Cellar Room

The Cellar Room is a semi-private room in Campo, perfect for special dining experiences. In addition to breathtaking views of the Sandia Mountains and our farm fields, the room boasts a 1930s vintage wine cooler that allows wine enthusiasts to engage with our sommelier as part of the experience. A curtain can be drawn for more privacy, however the room’s proximity to the kitchen allows guests to experience the sounds and activity of our bustling open kitchen.