ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (June 17, 2020) — Pueblo Harvest, located inside the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center at 2401 12th St. NW, Albuquerque, has reopened with curbside pickup and patio dining, both available Thursday through Sunday, 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.

A simplified menu of Pueblo Harvest’s most-requested dishes offers individual servings, new family-style dining options and meal kits for families to enjoy creating their own Native tacos at home. Loaves of Pueblo oven bread, Pueblo pies and Pueblo cookies are also available for pickup. Ordering for curbside pickup can take place via a new web platform at www.PuebloHarvestNM.com or by phone at 505-724-3510.

Tewa Tacos to go, Pueblo Harvest, Albuquerque, N.M.
Credit: IPCC Marketing

“People have let us know through phone calls and social media comments that they have been missing our bread, stews and Tewa Tacos,” saID Monique Fragua (Jemez Pueblo), VP of Commercial Enterprises. “With modifications for safety and social distancing, we’re inviting guests to dine in or pick up a meal to eat at home. We’re reopening with a simplified menu in hopes that we’ll soon be able to expand our offerings and showcase Chef Ray Naranjo’s new menu options.”

Pueblo Harvest’s large outdoor patio allows diners to enjoy their meal in a spacious environment with ample social distancing for comfort and safety. Pueblo Harvest staff will wear masks and observe all state-established guidelines for COVID-safe practices to help protect guests and staff. Patio dining service is able to accommodate parties of up to six people.

Feast Day Red Chile Stew, Red Chile Beef Posole and Green Chile Stew are available by the cup or bowl, or as part of the family feast options. The Tewa Taco and vegetarian Three Sisters Taco can be ordered individually, or as part of the Native taco meal kit. Frito pies, bowls of Pueblo beans, baked goods, iced Native tea, Zia sodas, craft cocktails and draft beer round out the simplified menu. Patio entrance and curbside pickup are located on the north side by the big Pueblo Harvest sign.

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