Enter the large wooden door of The Corn Maiden to start a dining experience to remember. The corn maiden deity is a symbol of sustenance, survival and life, and our restaurant is a celebration of delicious food, fine wines and good company.
A strong regional influence along with hints of global flavors create a treat for your palate, including a wide variety of creative starters like Buffalo Tartare and Reverse Fondue. Choose one of our signature rotisseries from land and sea, and then enjoy a serving of our decadent desserts, like Drunken Pear Torte or our house churned ice creams.
The Southwestern decor is comfortably muted with understated earth tones and the corner fireplace adds a sense of intimacy and romance. Fittingly, the Corn Maiden has stunning mountain sunset views from its floor-to-ceiling windows and expansive patio.
Albuquerque the Magazine "Best of the City" Best Restaurant Finalist 2017
Albuquerque the Magazine "Best of the City" Best Chef 2016
This restaurant accepts reservations during Restaurant Week.
1300 Tuyuna Trail
Santa Ana Pueblo, NM 87004
Contemporary American & Southwest