Although my husband and I have lived in Albuquerque for ten years, we'd never explored the grounds at Los Poblanos. We decided to meet friends for breakfast at Campo, the relatively new restaurant located in a converted milk barn. Campo is located to the north of the parking lot where a small sign points the way. One enters through a bar area to a long, narrow, high ceiling room housing tables and booths along one wall. There is also an attractive patio. The open kitchen is to the rear and is sight to be seen. One can go in and have a look if desired. Furnishings are contemporary and the “feel” is upscale. The menu is unique with only two or three “traditional” dishes. My farm breakfast with over medium eggs, sour dough toast, Canadian bacon and spicy, roasted new potatoes with the skins on, was good but nothing special. The potatoes were excellent and the star of the meal. A friend ordered the chicken confit and pronounced it excellent. The coffee was really good too. Out server, Carlos, was great: friendly but not overbearing, knowledgeable, and attentive. Portions are on the small side and prices are high for Albuquerque. I think that one pays for the freshness of the food, and the overall Los Poblanos experience. We strolled the pleasing, pastoral grounds and perused the “farm store” which offers a variety of local and regional items and food stuffs. So, it was more of an experience than just breakfast and very enjoyable.