High Noon Restaurant & Saloon

425 San Felipe St NW, Albuquerque
(505) 765-1455

Recent Reviews


Great service, fast hot food, and date quality ambiance.

opentable dinner

Outstanding in every way!


The staff was attentive and the owner Carla was friendly and checked on us frequently. The food was great!


Good food, good atmosphere, my wife and I had a really good time


They had our reservation, seated us in a corner away from other guests (which we loved and appreciated). Staff all wearing masks, guests expected to wear masks unless eating or drinking. The margaritas were excellent and all four of us loved our meals. Doesn’t get much better than that! Thanks High Noon!


Great food, margaritas and ambiance. Tres Amigos appetizer rocks.


One of our favorites. Good service and very friendly.

Kimberly Valenzuela

This neat little spot was well worth the $36 Uber ride. Excellent service, great food and pretty cool history. The manage is the owner and her daughter is the host. Visit, you won't regret it!


The mashed potatoes wrapped in a tortilla was a weird textural choice. My ribeye was overdone and tough. Unfortunately our waitress never came to check and we had an event to go to so we couldn't get that fixed. It was an expensive dinner for the quality of food and the level of service.


Amazing! First time in Albuquerque and so glad we picked here for dinner. Inside is gorgeous and historic. We got the Filet and it was incredible. Better than any $100 steak we’ve ever had. Staff was great, ambiance was awesome, and food was incredible. A must go!

Jan Ford

We stopped by for an afternoon beer break from walking around Old Town Albuquerque. Restaurant and bar located in an historic 1785 building still has many original features. Plenty of seating. Bar is efficient in a myriad of old wooden works. Stools at bar were extremely comfortable and beer was ice cold. Served local brews and typical imported beers. Wait staff were friendly and efficient.

Greg Patrick

Quality food with generous portions. Casual atmosphere in an historic Albuquerque setting. Shrimp enchiladas were fantastic and Caesar salad was a perfect size for a lighter appetite.]


I know there's fluctuation in staffing levels following the COVID restrictions, and they're motoring through bravely. But a couple things stand out. The reduced online menu is not the same as the menu you're presented at the table. If the online menu sets up an expectation that can't be met, it's an awkward start. The food quality has always been good and still is, but the entree I had was the saltiest thing I've eaten in a long, long time, and it should not have been so (flatiron steak). My bad, possibly, for not asking the chef to omit salt in cooking, but I've never had reason to do so before now. I think the net effect is that I will have to wait a good while to let things settle down before I go back.

Steve H

We celebrated a family couple's 49th wedding anniversary on Sunday, August 1st. Could not have been a better experience from the service to the food. We would all agree that it was the finest prime rib we've ever had. We shall be back!


We ate an early dinner here so the noise level was good. The food was fantastic…we especially enjoyed the queso or the trio salsa guacamole and queso starter. Hatch margarita was very good as well.

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