Think of Albuquerque and you don't necessarily picture an agrarian utopia. However, the lush lands along the Rio Grande are just that. They've long been cultivated by the Native peoples and settlers who have taken up residence in the high-desert. Set in the bountiful North Valley, Farm & Table is a locavore's dream. Not only does this fine-dining restaurant draw most of its produce from local fields, diners can see those fields from their dinner tables. What the restaurant can't grow, it sources from other local farms, dairies, and ranches, bringing to life seasonal menus focused on perfect ingredients in their prime. Be sure to make reservations. This quaint adobe fills quickly, particularly on weekend evenings.