Dia de los Muertos is just around the corner, so you'd better get going on those sugar skulls if you want to properly honor the spirits of the departed. Lucky for you, this year's Marigold & Harvest Festival features a skull decorating workshop to help ensure that returning loved ones are well impressed by your beautiful ofrenda. While you're at the festival, you can also learn about composting, play games with the kiddos and watch the Decorated Bike Parade. Catch the free festivities at Farm & Table (8917 Fourth Street NW) tomorrow from 10am to 2pm. An autumnal good time is guaranteed. Farm & Table • Sat Oct 19 • 10am-2pm • FREE • ALL-AGES! • View on Alibi calendar
Farm & Table
V.27 No.25 | 6/21/2018
Courtesy of Theatre on the Farm
Farm & Theater
Theatre on the Farm brings great mise en scène to the North Valley
Have dinner at Farm & Table and then enjoy Freak Show Baby, a piece that dives into the wacky story of Coney Island sideshow “freaks” and premature babies in incubators.
V.26 No.31 | 8/3/2017
Farm to Table at Farm & Table
A celebration, steeped in the agrarian history of the North Valley
Farm & Table is definitely upscale, with delicious surprises across the board and exacting detail to every dish, but still approachable enough for anyone’s special occasions.
V.25 No.18 | 05/05/2016
Saturday, May 7: Cinco de Mayo Folk Art and Music Festival
Featuring over 35 local artists, music by Alpha Blue and Mariachi Amor Eternal, and Wild Fiesta Apron Contest hosted by Cherie and Pamela Montoya.
V.21 No.14 | 4/5/2012
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Farm & Table
This market basket overflows with surprises
The “farm to table” movement—or “field to fork,” or “farm to plate,” and so on—has been gaining traction in every corner of the country, and Albuquerque’s newest member of this growing club didn’t mince words when deciding on its name. After a long winter of teasing us via its Facebook page, Farm & Table finally opened on Fourth Street between Paseo and Alameda. The setting is gorgeous, inside and out. The food walks the walk and is reasonably priced for what you get. And the chef, Ka’ainoa Ravey, is a freaking genius.