Your source for New Mexico chile products

Whether you want fresh roasted green chile, Hatch red chile ristras, local fruits, chicos, beans, or some other New Mexican specialty, we can be your connection to that at 2010 Eubank Blvd NE. We carry lots of local food products, specializing in chile every chile season. From here, we have many different directions depending on where in the city you are. Click on this map for the most convenience, or read on to get more detailed instructions.

How to get to Farmers Chile Market from Santa Fe

This one is pretty easy. From Santa Fe, take I-25 southbound until you get to the Big I, which is the I-25 and I-40 interchange. Go eastbound on I-40 towards the mountains. Continue on I-40 until you see the Eubank exit. You will want to go left onto Eubank, and proceed to go northbound. When you arrive at 2010 Eubank Blvd NE, you have arrived at the best place to get green chile in Albuquerque during the chile season.

How to get to Farmers Chile Market from Las Cruces, Hatch, Truth or Consequences, and the Socorro Valley

The main thing to do is take I-25. North of Las Cruces, you will pass through Hatch, New Mexico. Hatch is a great spot for a green chile cheeseburger at Sparky’s, and there are plenty of chile roasters over there too. Continue north and you will see Truth or Consequences, a charming artsy town with craft beer and hot springs you can soak in. Further north of Truth or Consequences is San Antonio, New Mexico. San Antonio is a small town with lots of chile farms and two fantastic green chile cheeseburgers. The Owl and Buckthorn are both great stops on the green chile cheeseburger trail. North of San Antonio, you will Pass through Socorro, and then Lemitar. Many people love chile from Lemitar, and we think the whole Socorro valley has amazing terroir. Passing Lemitar, you will travel north until you get to the Big I, where I-25 meets I-40. Go eastbound on I-40 towards the mountains. Continue on I-40 until you see the Eubank exit. You will want to go left onto Eubank, and proceed to go northbound to 2010 Eubank Blvd NE.

How to get to Farmers Chile Market from the Balloon Fiesta

Depending on the year, this may be different as the Balloon Fiesta is a massive event, and traffic conditions can be tricky. If you are at the main parking lot near the northeast gate, take Balloon Fiesta Parkway east to San Mateo and turn right, going southbound. Continue on San Mateo and turn left on Alameda going east towards to mountains. Get on I-25 going south until you get to the Big I, which is the I-25 and I-40 interchange. Go eastbound on I-40 towards the mountains. Continue on I-40 until you see the Eubank exit. You will want to go left onto Eubank, and proceed to go northbound. When you arrive at 2010 Eubank Blvd NE, you have arrived at the best place to get green chile in Albuquerque during the chile season.

How to get to Farmers Chile Market from Old Town

From the Old Town Plaza, go north on San Felipe Street and turn left on Mountain, going westbound. Take the first right on Rio Grande Blvd going North, then take another right onto I-40 going east towards the mountains. Continue on I-40 until you see the Eubank exit. You will want to go left onto Eubank, and proceed to go northbound. When you arrive at 2010 Eubank Blvd NE, you have arrived at the best place to get a red chile ristra for you and another ristra for your friend during your trip in Albuquerque this chile season.

How to get to Farmers Chile Market from Downtown, UNM, Nob Hill, and Expo NM

From Downtown, take Central, also known as Route 66 eastbound towards the mountains. You will pass by the University of New Mexico. Across from UNM is Frontier restaurant, a local landmark, and a must stop for green chile stew. North of there, you will see lots of different restaurants and bars in the Nob Hill area. Keep going north, and you will see Expo New Mexico, the state fairgrounds, which hosts a large flea market every weekend. Keep going north until you arrive at Eubank Blvd. Turn left on Eubank and proceed north, passing over I-40. hen you arrive at 2010 Eubank Blvd NE, you have arrived at Albuquerque’s Original Chile Roaster.

How to get to Farmers Chile Market from North Domingo Baca Park

Go Southbound on Wyoming all the way to Menaul Blvd. Turn left on Menaul and go east, the direction of the Sandia mountains. From here go east until Eubank Blvd, where you can turn right before the light. Look for Mister carwash, the carwash which appeared in Breaking Bad, and turn right there. Continue on this road and merge onto Eubank, trying to get into the left lane as soon as you safely can. Pass by Snowheights, and turn left immediately after at 2010 Eubank Blvd NE. You have arrived at to place to go for many different New Mexican delicacies like chicos, beans, and red and green chile. Maybe you can find a nice chile ristra as well.

How to get to Farmers Chile Market from the Sandia Peak Tramway

Go Southbound on Tramway Blvd until you get to Menaul Blvd, and turn right going west. Continue on Menaul until you get to Eubank and turn left, going south again. Pass over Snowheights, the next stoplight and immediately turn left when you see the big tent. You have found your destination, now go get your chile fix.

How to get to Farmers Chile Market from Albuquerque Sunport

Follow the road signs to I-25, and go northbound with the Sandia mountains on your right side. Continue north until you get to the Big I, where I-25 meets I-40. Go eastbound on I-40 towards the mountains. Continue on I-40 until you see the Eubank exit. You will want to go left onto Eubank, and proceed to go northbound to 2010 Eubank Blvd NE. Now get some spicy chile.