Welcome to the Indian Pueblo Kitchen

Starting April 8, 2021, we will be open for breakfast and lunch, Thursday through Sunday 8 AM - 2 PM.

Join us for a Mother’s Day Contemporary Indigenous Experience!

Formerly known as Pueblo Harvest, the Indian Pueblo Kitchen is centered around Indigenous cuisine education and exploration and carries on our tradition of creative, Native American culinary artistry and Pueblo hospitality. Under the inspired leadership of Executive Chef Ray Naranjo (Santa Clara Pueblo, Odawa), the Indian Pueblo Kitchen offers guests an unforgettable Indigenous dining experience inside the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

Indian Pueblo Kitchen Patio

Dine-in, patio, or curbside pick-up

We are excited to be open again and to provide you an amazing and safe cultural food experience during your visit. To dine-in, you will not need a reservation (reservations are recommended for larger parties). We have moved our tables apart to ensure proper spacing between guests and we will be following all public health orders. All of our staff will be wearing mask and guests will also be required to follow state mandates by wearing masks when not eating or drinking. You may either dine-in, enjoy views of the Sandia Mountains from our spacious patio, or call to order takeout.

Chef

“My goal for the restaurant is to give an experience that mirrors the present-day food culture, but is also inclusive of the ingredients from the Ancestral Puebloans and the ingredients that would have been available via trade routes from tribes from the south. I will attempt to blend the past and the present to tell a story that will lead us to the future of Native American food cultures.”

— Ray Naranjo (Santa Clara Pueblo, Odawa), Executive Chef