About Tiny Grocer ABQ


tiny grocer ABQ is located in Historic Old Town Albuquerque, sharing a retail location with our sister business Old Town Herbal - we are grateful to be here and to serve our neighborhood and our community at large!

tiny grocer ABQ is a coffee shop, farm-to-table cafe + micro-grocer providing locally roasted coffee and New Mexico sourced meats, dairy, eggs, flour & grains, fruits, veggies, herbs & other products from New Mexico food processors. We have scones & cookies baked fresh daily, made using local flour, eggs & certified organic butter, plus seasonally changing galettes, sandwiches + soups made from local ingredients, plus frozen items. 

On August 4th, 2020, we opened our doors at our very tiny 330 square foot location (135 square feet of retail space and 190 square feet of kitchen) on North San Felipe St in Historic Old Town Albuquerque. Almost exactly two years later to the day, on August 3rd 2022 we moved into a much needed larger kitchen location at the south end of the plaza, 1919 Old Town Road. We are SO EXCITED to still be here serving you, our community, and can't wait to see what the future holds. In an amazing strike of good fortune, we will now be sharing our kitchen with Chef Liam Kimball (Tuerta) who will help us offer a wider menu of food items plus even more expanded events on our new, larger patio. We will soon also have a beer and wine license to enjoy on our beautiful patio, across from Tiguex Park & a lovely view of the Sandia Mountains. We can't wait to bring back our Community Dinners and be able to offer even more at our new location. We look forward to seeing you!




menu updated daily for Lunch (Monday thru Saturday at 11am)

and Brunch (Sunday 9am-1pm)


Open 8am to 6pm daily for in-store shopping. 

Please call or text to arrange curbside pickup (505)705-1601

We are very happy to accommodate our community with immune compromised needs - please let us know when you arrive or call or text to allow us to make sure all are wearing masks inside our store. 



1919 Old Town Road NW #6
Albuquerque, NM 87104



Get in touch:


call or text: (505)705-1601


Some of our local farmers and purveyors:

Artemisia HerbsInfused vinegars, oils, local honey - Dixon, NM

Ashokra Farm -  Okra, luffa - Albuquerque, NM

BlueFly Farm SodasCertified organic herb farm - Peralta, NM

Bosque Baking Co. - sourdough breads - Albuquerque, NM

Chispas Farm - vegetables, herbs - Albuquerque, NM

DeSmet Dairy - 100% grass fed dairy - whole cream top milk, cheese curds, yogurt - Bosque Farms, NM

Eastside Remedios - honey - Cuyamungue, NM

Edgewood Honey Farm - honey, bee pollen, poultry - Edgewood, NM

Gipsy Farm - vegetables - Old Town Albuquerque

Lost & Found Farm  - eggs - Albuquerque, NM

Lotus Farm - poultry - Tijeras, NM

Mago Farm - Hatch Valley Red & Green Chile- Hatch, NM

MiYoung Farm - Seoul style kimchi - Jaconita, NM

Montoya Orchard - apples, apple cider, dried apples, green chile - Velarde, NM

Moon’s Coffee - Fair and direct trade coffee roasted in Albuquerque New Mexico

NM Ferments - kombucha Albuquerque, NM

Polk’s Folly Farm - Heritage breed hogs Raised using regenerative farming methods in Cedar Crest, New Mexico

Sol Ranch - 100% grass fed & grass finished beef from Wagon Mound, NM

Solar Punk Farm - vegetables - Albuquerque, NM

Sonia Masocco Phytotherapy - chai, herbal teas - Albuquerque, NM

Spellbound Syrups - shrubs & simple syrups - Albuquerque, NM

Valencia Mills - New Mexico grown grains - flour, cornmeal - Jarales, NM

Vecino del Bosque - Herbs, vegetables & eggs - South Valley Albuquerque 

Zia Sodas - hand crafted sodas - Taos, NM 


We are grateful for our distribution partnerships with La Montiñita Food Co-op, the Agri-Cultura Network & Polk's Folly Farm.


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