Indian Pueblo Kitchen
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. We offer guests an unforgettable Indigenous dining experience inside the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, featuring culinary events and education, a bakery, teaching kitchen, and the renowned meal pick-up event, the Pante Project. Visit indianpueblokitchen.org to see a menu, events, and more.
Open Tues-Sun 8a-2p. See our menu, event calendar, and learn more at our website: indianpueblokitchen.org .
HOLIDAY HOURS: Closed December 24th, 25th, 31st, 2021 and January 1st, 2022
INTIMATE INDIGENOUS EXPERIENCE
Join us for a special series of dining events featuring our Native American culinary artistry, artist demonstrations and celebrated Pueblo hospitality.
“One of the most memorable moments for guests seeking a deeper connection to Pueblo people and culture is a one-of-a-kind dining experience at the Cultural Center’s restaurant,” said Dr. Beverlee J. McClure, Vice President of Community and Cultural Engagement. “The Indian Pueblo Kitchen will carry on that tradition of creative, Native American culinary artistry and Pueblo hospitality and will now provide exciting opportunities for students to learn Indigenous cooking techniques and restaurant operations and management in an engaging, collaborative environment—preparing them for a future in the hospitality industry.”
In addition, The Indian Pueblo Kitchen will provide entrepreneurs, food truck operators and Native American food artisans with access to a commercial greenhouse and commercial kitchen. It will also offer culinary tourism opportunities such as cooking classes, wine pairing dinners, Feast Day experiences and farm-to-fork dining.