Coming in 2020
In the Headlines
If you want to experience a prime sampling of a city’s culinary offerings without putting serious miles on your engine (or your feet) from traipsing from neighborhood to neighborhood, the food hall provides maximum efficiency without sacrificing flavor and overall dining quality. And while food halls have been a consistent presence in American metropolises for decades, the last five years have witnessed an impressive rise in this food-service model, with new and inventive markets specializing in international bites and regional favorites popping up in U.S. cities both large and small. In this list, you’ll find 10 American food halls with enough excellent eats, attractive environs, and city-specific vibes to make them well worth a flight or a road trip. read full article
Experience New Mexico’s First Food Hall
Sawmill Market will open its doors in 2020. Mark your calendar and stay tuned for updates and grand opening event details.
Interested in being a tenant? We are looking for New Mexico culinary experiences, farmers, food artisans, craftsmen, and artists to join the Sawmill Market.
The Sawmill district was once a bustling epicenter for industry along the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad. This building that was once home to over 800 sawmill employees will now serve as a community gathering hall for Albuquerque showcasing the beauty of New Mexico through food, diversity, and art.
Meet the merchants
New Mexico’s First Artisanal Food Hall.
Sawmill Market is an exciting new development in Old Town Albuquerque. Following in the style of Napa’s Oxbow Market, San Francisco’s Ferry Market, and the Boston City Market, this new marketplace will feature New Mexico culinary experiences, farmers, food artisans, craftsmen, and artists.
The Sawmill Market brings a new dining experience to Albuquerque that will celebrate culinary traditions and emerging trends alike via a diverse merchant mix of local food vendors, full-service restaurant experiences, and unique retail.
Husband-and-wife team Jason and Lauren Greene, owner and operators of Albuquerque’s popular Grove Cafe & Market, have been tapped as the project’s concept developers, curating the culinary and retail experiences that make up the artisanal food hall.
Meet the merchants who are joining us in New Mexico’s new foodie experience!
handcrafted. local. delicious.
Coming February 2020
MONDAY – SUNDAY
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Interested in being a Sawmill merchant?
Our Sawmill Market leasing packet includes information about the market development and leasing options for each space available.
New Mexico’s first artisan food hall located in Albuquerque's historic Sawmill District.
Opening in 2020.