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Located inside the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Pueblo Harvest is a full-service restaurant known for extraordinary regional and Native-sourced, Pueblo-inspired cuisine that blends honoring legacy and history with exhibiting artistry and modernity. Pueblo Harvest is owned and operated by the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico, and visitors to the restaurant can experience the tradition of Pueblo hospitality while dining among original works of Native American art, or enjoy patio dining with breathtaking views of the Sandia mountains. Native Sourced. Pueblo Inspired. Our menu offerings represent Native foodways from times of pre-European-contact through contemporary favorites. We source as many ingredients…
Lovely restaurant, southwestern decor. All food in the party was good; green chili stew, chili relleno, pueblo burger and green chili stew. Very welcoming restaurant with an extensive menu. Service was excellent and we did not feel pressured to leave our long lunch. I would...More
4 of us had an early dinner after touring museum. Waiter was great, food was ok. We have eaten here before and liked it but yesterday it didn't live up to past trips. Blue corn onion rings were overcooked this time and my blue corn...More
Had the blue corn onion rings, corned ?bison and stew with frybread. The best of these 3 was the onion rings! It wasn't oily and the blue corn batter was phenomenal. The frybread was alright but the stew and corned meat were lacking complexity in...More
We finished up our visit to Petroglyph National Monument early because of the crazy windy/cold day, so searched for a good lunch spot not too far away. I'm glad I found Pueblo Harvest! We stopped in right around noon and it was probably half full....More
Located in the Indian Pueblo Complex the restaurant features Native American cuisine.
The setting is vibrant, comfortable, modern and well equipped. The food is top quality, well and proudly prepared.
Service is friendly, accommodating and professional.
"Make your own hamburger on fried bread " is...More
Went here with a large group while we were in town for a conference. The service was fantastic and the food was amazing. We all had something different, and everyone was happy. You definitely have to try the onion rings.
We were visiting the Cultural Center. We decided to check out their menu and offerings. We noticed they had some unique drinks and Pueblo Pies. So we tried them. They were unique and quite good. The atmosphere in the restaurant is well done. This is...More
This restaurant, part of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center museum, has a very interesting menu. If not all "native American" foods, they are based on ingredients found before the contact with Europeans. We ate lunch there after visiting the museum. Along with numerous meat and...More