In addition to many local hotspots, guests can enjoy these restaurants located in the Hyatt.
Forque Kitchen and Bar –Albuquerque’s premier culinary destination, Forque features a tastefully constructed selection of regionally infused menu concepts. Each presentation reflects subtle flavors from the unique and distinctive seasoning profile of New Mexico and the Southwest.
HQue — Classic cocktails. Intimate conversations. Located on the first floor just off the atrium, HQue provides a relaxed setting for unwinding and connecting with friends and colleagues.
Starbucks® — Grab your favorite coffee drinks, teas, and beverages, plus a wide selection of pastries, paninis, and wraps. Pick up breakfast sandwiches, snacks, and coffee to-go at this one-stop coffee shop.
For excellent restaurants outside of the hotel see the list below.
Restaurants outside the Hotel
Brixen’s – 4 minute walk from hotel. “Drawing on flavors and inspiration from our New Mexican culture, as well as regional cuisines from across America, the Brixens’ menu spotlights dishes you know and love done with a surprising new twist that focuses on quality ingredients and thoughtfully crafted, scratch made food. To fully round out your experience, Brixens also boasts an extensive American craft beer program, a diverse and accessible wine list, and fresh, original cocktails all served with true hospitality.”
High Noon – Located in Old Town Albuquerque, High Noon is less than a 10 minute drive. The restaurant opened its doors in July of 1974, beginning a long-standing tradition of excellent food and great Margaritas in historic Old Town. High Noon comes by its charm and history authentically as the foyer and lounge are located in one of Old Town’s original buildings, dating to 1785.
Campo – Approximately 15 minute drive. Located on an organic farm in the Rio Grande River Valley, our restaurant, CAMPO, is a casual fine-dining experience featuring the most purely crafted field-to-fork menu in the Southwest.
Farm & Table – Approximately 20 minute drive. The culinary team at Farm & Table works collaboratively to create a seasonal menu (changing several times a year) based on fresh produce, dairy and meats sourced from our local food area. In addition to full entrees, we offer small plates that are perfect for tasting & sharing. We also offer flights of wine, beer and cheese. All of our dishes are created from scratch with fresh (and often organic) ingredients. Our culinary team also creates house-made pastries, breads, desserts, ice cream and hand-ground chocolate creations.
MÁS Tapas y Vino – Approximately 4 minute walk. Located in the stylish Hotel Andaluz, MÁS is a full-service restaurant and tapas bar inspired by the bold flavors, rich history and exuberance of Spanish cooking. MÁS offers fresh reinventions of traditional Spanish cuisine with an emphasis on organic, fresh and locally-sourced foods and high quality ingredients.
Tucanos Brazilian Grill – Approximately 7 minute walk. We offer CHURRASCO (shoe-HAS-ko) style dining, where fresh meats and vegetables are grilled and brought directly to your table by our meat servers.
El Pinto – Approximately 20 minute drive. Celebrating 50 years, El Pinto serves the best traditional New Mexican food in Albuquerque. Nestled in the cottonwoods of the North Valley, El Pinto is a family tradition. Voted in 2013 as the Best New Mexican Restaurant by the people of Albuquerque, you will be sure to enjoy a fabulous meal while you relax on one of El Pinto’s beautiful patios.
Zinc Wine Bar & Bistro – 9 minute drive. Find a unique, inspired take on French and American classics in our main dining room, or stroll downstairs to the Cellar Bar for an intimate date night complemented by high-quality casual fare. No matter what you’re in the mood for, Zinc Wine Bar & Bistro offers something to satisfy any taste.
M’Tucci’s – Approximately 15 minute drive. M’tucci’s Italian is a celebration of la dolce vita — serious food in a warm environment. Gather, eat, talk, laugh, connect with your community over a delicious meal. If you ate it here, we made it here. Why? Because hand-crafted food made from the best ingredients is the Italian way. The M’tucci’s way.
Mary & Tito’s Cafe – Approximately 15 minutes drive. An Albuquerque mainstay since 1963, this humble cafe serves homestyle New Mexican classics such as carne adovada and chile relleno, plus its signature red chile, with or without meat. Framed photos of family and customers hang on the walls, adding a homey touch to the basic, laid-back space.
Green Jeans Farmery – Approximately 10 minute drive. This shipping container compound hosts a number of food and beverage businesses from across New Mexico. Try a sausage and shroom pizza at Amore Neapolitan Pizzeria, a “divine intervention” burger at Rustic on the Green, a refreshing La Mora cocktail at Broken Trail Spirits + Brew, and a pint of 7K IPA at Santa Fe Brewing Company. The open-air multi-restaurant concept makes it easy for you to satiate just about any craving in a community setting.