Set in the rural far-north end of town, yet all of 15 minutes from Downtown, you will find an ambitious newcomer. The menu here reflects the deep connection its owner shares with this long-farmed land, and is best experienced with dishes like a rustic quinoa salad, pan-roasted quail, or beef tenderloin with a red chile hollandaise. From Tucumcari feta to Sangre de Cristo flour, Farm & Table is as locally sourced as it gets. Patio seating is lovely; inside is farm-table
cozy but can be loud. Don't resist the colorful array of Mexican garden gewgaws outside the co-owned La Parada home furnishings shop next door—there are many fun finds inside as well.