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about

The Grove Cafe & Market opened its doors in June of 2006, in Albuquerque New Mexico’s trendy Edo neighborhood. Owned and operated by Jason and Lauren Greene, The Grove quickly became Albuquerque’s favorite breakfast, brunch and lunch cafe serving up the finest local food, in a fun, casual atmosphere.

 

Jason, a New England Culinary Institute alum, worked in kitchens since he was 16 years old, honing his skills in wonderful restaurants around the country. His passion for using the highest quality ingredients and working with local farmers and artisans became the focus of his menu at The Grove. Lauren learned operations and marketing from an earlier hotel career in Las Vegas, NV and Scottsdale, AZ. They had a dream of creating a community gathering spot that integrated the art of hospitality in a fun, bustling, cafe atmosphere, where friends and family come to relax and enjoy good food.

 

Today, The Grove is just that place. With a team of over 30 culinary-minded individuals, The Grove has grown! In addition to daily service, a full Catering menu is offered so you can take The Grove with you to both social and corporate gatherings. 

 

Whether it’s Sunday Brunch, your daily coffee, lunch with friends or a catered event, The Grove is here to serve you the best in good food. 

 

about our food, farmers ­& friends

The Grove believes in supporting local farmers and sustainable agriculture.  Our food is sourced from growers and producers from Albuquerque and throughout New Mexico, as well as the Southwest region. We use local and organic whenever possible and always the highest quality ingredients available.

 

A shout out to farmers & friends who make it all possible: Silverleaf Farms, Vida Verde Farm, Otter Farm, High Desert, Wagner Farms, ARCA Organics, Red Tractor Farm, Chispas Farm, Old Windmill Dairy, Sage Bakehouse, Fano Bread, Heidi’s Organic Jam, B’s Honey, Tully’s Sausage, Intelligentsia Coffee & Tea, Katz & Company Oil & Vinegar, Benton’s Country Hams, Rancho Gordo Beans, La Quercia Meats.