Steven Michael Quezada, a local celebrity of Breaking Bad Fame, hosts comedic talent from around the country at the Tablao at Hotel Albuquerque. Shows run August 5th, September 2nd, October 7th, November 4th, and December 2nd. Please check back for an updated list of comedians.
Locals who want a night out or travelers that want a great laugh shouldn't miss live stand-up comedy with the hilarious comic Steven Michael Quezada.
Join us live at the Tablao Thursday, August 5th. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Show starts at 7:30 pm.
Explore Albuquerque's best patio dining at Garduño's at Old Town and enjoy the delicious flavors of authentic regional New Mexico and Mexican cuisine. Garduño's serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in its restaurant and on the outdoor patio.
Open Daily for Pickup, Delivery, or Patio/Indoor Dining
The Sawmill Market brings to the Sawmill District a 25,000 square-foot food market with an array of local cuisine and culinary traditions.
Level 5 restaurant and lounge at our sister property, Hotel Chaco, is proud to serve culturally alive, community-fused and environmentally sound cuisine that showcases local and regional ingredients.
Hotel Albuquerque is home to the Southwest's first authentic Flamenco Tablao. Experience the energy of Flamenco with a delicious four-course prix-fixe dinner. Shows on Fridays & Saturdays, doors open at 6:15PM, dinner is at 7PM, and the performance is at 8PM.
Voted "Best Ladies Night Out,” "Albuquerque's Best Happy Hour," "Best Lounge," and "Best Cocktail," QBar is one of the city's most popular night clubs. Dance the night away in the Gallery and VIP room, host your own private party, or sample the ambiance in QBar's piano lounge and wine room.
This elegant and historic private event venue located just next door features craft cocktails and light bites in a stunning lounge setting - complete with custom artwork and beautiful furnishings.
Experience Crafted Cafe at our sister property, Hotel Chaco, for a light bite and New Mexico made wine or spirits. Sit on the patio to take in the views of the Sandia Mountains or Sawmill Market.