Visit our sister store, La Parada

Upcoming Events

No events found
Wednesday, 21 November 2012 12:56


Thank you – dear friends – who have become part of the Farm & Table family…as a guest, a farmer, cook, server, dishwasher, advisor, purveyor, volunteer, landscaper, contractor, investor, loan officer, family, friends of family, friends of friends… YOU. You are what make Farm & Table a success.

Thank you Jaye for leading with vision and purpose – diligently aimed towards Farm & Table’s mission. For working so many hours with true dedication. Thank you.

Thank you to my culinary team – a group of true artists who show their passion for food every day. A team that seriously blows me away with their dedication and talent. You are tremendously appreciated.

To my dishwashers and porters – who do so much more. You put in extra hours to help in so many ways – I am so proud to have you on our team.

Thank you to my front of the house team. You are a group of intelligent individuals who give a damn about what you do! Thank you! You are the very best team, and I couldn’t be more proud of the way you represent Farm & Table.

Thank you, Farmer Ric. With your steadfast vision and work ethic that makes producing thousands of seedlings into hundreds of pounds of delicious, organic produce look simple. We all know it is not. You are amazing. Thank you to all Ric’s volunteers who work countless hours – cradling our farm with good intention with every weeding, seeding, and harvest. Your love is evident in the food that we eat. Thank you to Aimee – your beautiful flower arrangements, your work on the farm stand, your presence and friendship is valued.

Thank you to all of our farmers…so many of you now. You are each incredible. Your hard work and dedication to food is mind-blowing. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for helping to keep our coolers stocked with the very best produce.

Thank you to ranchers, who raise your animals with pride. Feeding them with quality feed. Producing the best tasting meat. Thank you for your uncompromising dedication.

Food artisans – producing cheese, sausage, honey, milled wheat and corn, and jam. Your love for what you do is evident in the taste of your food. Thank you.

To my mom and dad for supporting me, my dreams for Farm & Table, and its success. For being a catalyst for a resurgence of respect and honor for land, farmer, and water – right here where our family has been for so many generations – Alameda. For saving these 12 acres of precious land and allowing me to live out my dream. For supporting me with love, time, and patience.

To my sisters. You have supported Farm & Table with your talents, skills, and patronage. Thank you for connecting Farm & Table with your friends, extended families, and loved ones. Thank you for being a part of this dream… I am so grateful.

Thank you to my friends. Your support, love, and encouragement helped thrust this idea forward. Your involvement made the impossible, possible. Sea shells and honey….like mana from heaven.

Thank you to Noah & Eden – my wonderful children who are a part of this joyful experience every day. Who have adopted the Farm & Table crew as an extended family, and who remind Joseph & I when it’s time to leave the restaurant and return to the sanctuary of home.

Thank you to Joseph who continues to be the yin to my yang. You work so many hours – from managing expansion projects, fixing equipment, picking up lunch for the staff, to running the floor on our busiest nights. Thank you for connecting with Farm & Table guests on a personal, genuine level – making sure they know how important they are to us and how much we appreciate them.

Thank you GUESTS. You are the reason we exist. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to turn the spotlight to our bigger community and supporting small farmers and food artisans. For appreciating our food. Thank you for your patronage – and believing in us. You are a part of this movement of local food – and indeed a member of the Farm & Table Family. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

With the most sincere gratitude, I thank you.

- Cherie

Published in Blog
Tuesday, 09 October 2012 13:14

Marigold & Harvest Festival

Marigold & Harvest Festival 2012

Farm & Table, La Parada, and Sol Harvest Farm are celebrating the harvest.


9am - Yoga in the field

10am - Compost 101: Bernalillo County Extension Services

11am - Farm & Table Cooking Demonstration

12pm - Ask the Farmer & Field Walk with Farmer Ric

10am - 2pm - Farm Food: Smoked pork sandwiches, veggie stew, coleslaw, cider and more!

10am - 2pm - Live Music: The Breaktones and 3-String Bale

10am - 2pm - Farm Stand: Buy all natural, local produce straight from the Sol Harvest Farm field

10am - 4pm - Dia de los Muertos Workshops: sugar skull decorating, paper flower making, and calavera mask making, and more.


G R O W - Sol Harvest Farm

Sol Harvest Farm will be offering plenty of fun for the whole family, including 3-legged race, bobbing for Apples, farm photos, and more.

Yoga in the Field - 9am
Led by Marisol Brito. Bring your own mat or borrow one of ours!

Compost 101: Bernalillo County Extension Services - 10am
A workshop on the basics of composting with master composter Steve Hale. In association with the Bernalillo County Extension Services

Ask the Farmer & Field Walk with Farmer Ric - 12pm
Learn more about his passion for growing local and ask questions about growing your own.

Farm Stand - 10am - 2pm
Buy all natural, local produce straight from the Sol Harvest Farm field.


S H O P - La Parada Mercantile

La Parada continues their ongoing tradition of celebrating Dia de los Muertos
Festive Day of the Dead Merchandise
• Sugar Skull-Making Supplies
• Teacher Discounts & Class Packets
• Featured Artists
• Annual Talavera BOGO Sale
• Refreshments

Dia de los Muertos Workshops - 10am - 4pm
Various Dia de los Muertos workshops including sugar skull decorating, paper flower making, and calavera mask making, and more.


D I N E - Farm & Table Restaurant

Farm & Table Cooking Demonstration - 11am
Farm & Table’s Chef Jaye will lead a cooking demonstration to give you ideas for what to do with your own harvest!

Farm Food - 10am - 2pm
We serving smoked pork sandwiches, veggie stew, coleslaw, cider and more!

Published in October

Saturday, May 5th, 2012

9:00am to 6:00pm
La Parada / Farm & Table
8917 4th Street NW
(505) 897-8203

Published in May

March 10
$10 (pre-registration required)

Led by Alexis Corbin. Your next batch of lasagna can include your own homemade mozzarella AND ricotta. Attend this class and you'll come away with everything you need to know to make these two quick and simple cheeses. This workshop is taught by experienced cheesemaker Alexis Corbin, an Albuquerque goat farmer, musician, and homeschooling mom. She teaches cheese-making and dairy culturing classes for Old School offering affordable classes in sustainable, traditional and frugal living skills. Register and pay at Workshop limited to the first 15 registrants.

Published in March

Each Saturday in March
10am – 1pm

Join us for a special Women & Creativity Champagne Brunch featuring a special menu with the season’s newest arrival of spring produce. You’ll also enjoy live music, artist showcase and a temporary art installation by Becky Holtzman. After brunch, take a stroll to La Parada for some wonderful “creative shopping.” La Parada will feature wonderful work from local female artists including: Elena Baca, Janine Mahon, Kathleen Harvold, Sarah Saenz-Mackenzie, and more. La Parada also offers an eclectic array of home & garden décor, folk art, vintage & retro items, and jewelry. Bring your best girlfriends to find a unique treasure!

Published in March