Sawmill Market is now accepting applications for local food artisans. Follow along with us as we introduce the amazing vendors of our food hall experience.
French Pastries and breads
Blue Door Patisserie
Blue Door Patisserie’s Chef Jove has dedicated his professional life and career to learning and perfecting timeless classics and the constantly evolving discipline around the modern French patisserie. Blue Door features meticulously crafted pastries, breads and savory items using local ingredients.
Cocktails + Tonics
Enjoy refreshing tonics and botanical inspired cocktails inside our beautiful greenhouse at Sawmill Market. “Botanic Bar” is a spectacle of natural beauty, surrounding you in greenery and NM flora while serving up fresh and delicious drinks.
Authentic Venezuelan bistro bites
Cacho’s specializes in Venezuelan bistro bites: cachitos, ham bread, tequeños, arepas, empanadas, and pie. Their bakery products are made with the best fresh ingredients. Cacho’s pastries are perfect for breakfast, brunch, and snack with a unique flavor that delights your palate.
Farm-to-table restaurant and butcher shop
Dr. Field Goods
Dr. Field Goods’ owner/chef Gerwin has diligently forged relationships with local farmers and ranchers to provide offerings that include comfort food favorites like signature burgers, sausages, patatas bravas, and more while staying true to his goal of serving homegrown New Mexican fusion fare.
After a spark of inspiration on a chocolate plantation tour in Hawaii, owners Steve and Andrea Prickett created Eldora as the embodiment of their love for food, healthy living, and social and environmental responsibility. Eldora chocolate is made with sustainably sourced, organic, natural, and fair trade ingredients.
Estella Floral Design
Estella provides award-winning, unique, and beautiful floral designs by florist Pamela Zanios. Customized arrangements using the freshest seasonal flowers are available to make every occasion memorable.
Flora Mexican Restaurant
Flora features Mexican food prepared from scratch using locally sourced ingredients. Wood, charcoal and rotisserie cooking are featured with a passion for clean, bold flavors. The space sets the tone with a Mexican architectural palette that allows the food to be the star of the show.
Wood-fired pizza kitchen
Hawt Pizza Co.
Hawt Pizza Co. serves up artisan wood-fired pizza that is not quite Neapolitan, not quite NY style, but somewhere perfectly in between. Offerings include rotating seasonal pies and calzones, pressed panini and fresh salads made with local meats, cheeses, and produce, and craft beverages like the Organic Lavender Lemonade. HAWT is an acronym for Have A Wonderful Time.
Breakfast + Lunch cafe
The Mercantile at Sawmill invites you into a modern Market and Café that will awaken your senses and put you in a culinary state of mind. Eat locally sourced food with a seasonally driven menu, where quality ingredients are prepared simply and traditionally in our beautiful wood-burning oven. True to its namesake, Mercantile also features a market space featuring New Mexico farmers and merchants throughout the Mercantile, and rotate the menu and products seasonally.
Serving clean and rustic small plates, to taste and to share, with a focus on seasonal and local food. An ever-changing wine menu featuring wines from around the world. From Noon –Close. The design of the wine bar will feel like a private room away from the hustle-bustle of the market. Diners will enjoy making their own charcuterie and cheese boards, sampling wines by the glass and bottle offerings.
From the family who introduced the first Japanese restaurant, Shohko Cafe, to New Mexico 40 years ago, we proudly present Naruto. Naruto serves authentic Hakata-style, miso, and Shoyu ramen made with special soy sauce and miso imported directly from Japan.
Paxton’s features a drink for everyone and the finest tap system in New Mexico. Paxton’s is the community gathering hub at Sawmill Market where friends meet, families relax and all are welcome. A nod to the past, the room will evoke a sense of retro nostalgia interpreted in a fun, fresh, modern way. Enjoy the best local and regional beers from the Southwest and stay awhile.
Plata Coffee, a neighborhood craft coffee shop in downtown Albuquerque co-founded by Aaron Ketner and Rose Kerkmans. With an emphasis on fostering connections and building up the local community, Plata strives to showcase the best of the city by featuring locally roasted coffee, hand-blended and small-batch teas, and artisanal goods by local creatives.
A tiny pasta shop
Tulipani is a tiny pasta shop that offers a changing line of artisanal, fresh pastas that are made in small batches using the best organic flour, eggs, and seasonal ingredients available. The recipes pay homage to tradition while also integrating local flavors. Tulipani offers fresh pastas and curated goods for guests to take home and a focused menu of pasta dishes to enjoy at the market.
Olive Oil and Vinegars
Simply Olive Oil
Simply Olive Oil is an Olive Oil and Balsamic Vinegar tasting shop that gives you the opportunity to come in and taste different products before you buy. Learn about the best quality, healthy products that will change the way you savor food! All Simply Olive Oil products are natural and healthy, with no added sugars, thickeners, or artificial color and all products are gluten-free.
Pop-up Gift Shop
Spur Line Supply Co.
An elevated and re-imagined shopping experience by the founder of Spur Line Supply Co., Tess Coats, hosting a curated collection of the best crafted and exalted goods of the Southwest. The quirky shop is a discovery zone for those who live uniquely – all centered around a minimal, high desert aesthetic, which include shops designated for: Men’s, Women’s, Children’s, Books, Records, Home, Garden, Apothecary, and Beauty.
Belgian Liège waffles
Albuquerque’s very own authentic Belgian Liège waffle concept is a sweet and memorable experience. Belgian Liège waffles, touted as the superior waffle of Belgium, uses pearl sugar throughout the brioche-like dough which creates a unique caramelized and crunchy texture. XO Waffle serves their Liège waffles both sweet and savory and featuring their unique signature waffle creations.
Taiyaki and Soft Serve Ice Cream
Neko Neko, Japanese for Cat Cat, debuted at Sawmill Market and serves Taiyaki, a Japanese fish-shaped cake, filled with soft-serve ice cream and topped with sweet treats.
Flora Taco To-Go
Enjoy a taco on the go with our Taco Window at Flora. Taco options include chicken mole, grilled baja shrimp, root vegetable, cochinita pibil, and carnitas.
Salty Catch features Gulf-style seafood including shrimp gumbo, lobster po’boys, fried seafood baskets, and more.
NM Melt Co.
NM Melt Co. offers grilled cheese sandwiches including the green chile melt, bacon, jam, and brie melt, and more. Side options include chips or tomato basil soup.
Viva Fresca serves East Coast Italian Ice with a Southwestern vibe, hand-crafted in small batches, and offered in frosty flavors including Sandia, Prickly Pear, and Cucumber Mojito.
135º BBQ offers BBQ Pulled Pork and USDA Prime Beef Brisket sandwiches. Side options include sweet potato mash, creamed corn, or a bag of chips.
The Mobile Bar serves a rotating selection of canned craft microbrews, featuring breweries like Stone Brewing Co., Ballast Point Brewing Company, Left Hand Brewing Co., Boxing Bear, and Bosque Brewing Co.; local hard seltzers, including Marble Brewery and Santa Fe Brewing Co.; signature frozen cocktails, like frosé, raspberry piña colada, hibiscus strawberry, and mango mint; and non-alcoholic beverages.