Tablao Flamenco Albuquerque, Albuquerque

#5 of 20 in Nightlife in Albuquerque
Dinner Theater · Wine Bar
At Tablao Flamenco Albuquerque, the passion and energy of flamenco come alive nightly as you experience flamenco in its most intimate, powerful setting in the heart of historic Old Town Albuquerque.

Featuring a world-class line-up of artists, the Tablao Flamenco presents a dynamic schedule of performances, featuring the premier artists from Spain and the United States.

Tablao Flamenco delivers the traditional Spanish tapas experience, created by world-renowned Chef Mark Miller of Santa Fe's Coyote Cafe and Hotel Albuquerque's Chef Gilbert Aragon, and features regionally inspired fine wines and spirits.

Through a unique partnership based on cultural preservation, Heritage Hotels and Resorts and the National Institute of Flamenco have joined efforts to create Tablao Flamenco Albuquerque. Proceeds from the Tablao support the National Institute of Flamenco for the promotion and advancement of this powerful art form.

For the best Tablao Flamenco experience, we recommend arriving one hour prior to the start of the performance, to ensure ample time to enjoy our delicious menu.

Tablao Flamenco is a 21+ over venue.
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  • In a small intimate venue you get to watch the dancers and hear the sounds of the singer and guitarist. They work together fluidly to create a memorable evening. More food than you can eat is...  more »
  • The show on Saturday, February 22 was the closest I have ever seen to the shows at the famous tablao in Seville - ,, Los Gallos ''. The female singer has has a voice range of an opera star. I really....  more »
  • Dancing was great. A brief intro explaining Flamenco style/history would have been valuable and enhanced the experience esp on family night. Table service very poor. Tapas selection very limited. Cheese and cured meats, essentially. Do not plan for this as a light dinner, esp not for a family. Music was lovely but not varied. One female vocalist. Would have been nice to listen to a more eclectic selection of Spanish music or even a contemporary take on this style (to draw in the teenagers?) On the whole, a nice event at a reasonable price, but could be improved. The dancers themselves were absolutely superb, however.
  • The most passionate, extraordinary, intense performance you will ever experience! The Best Hidden Gem of Entertainment in New Mexico!

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