Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town Introduces New Dinner Series featuring Farmer's Daughters

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Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town is proud to announce the debut of a new dinner series featuring Farmer’s Daughters –– a collaboration between Hotel Albuquerque’s Executive Chef, Gilbert Aragon, and Ashley & Chantelle Wagner, a fourth-generation family that has been farming in Corrales, New Mexico for over a century.

Ashley and Chantelle Wagner have always had a passion for sustainability and preservation of local farmland. Over the years, Ashley and Chantelle began noticing the lack of local produce being used in restaurants, breweries, and food trucks, and decided to create a platform for sharing the importance of utilizing local ingredients. With this in mind, their company Farmer’s Daughters was born.

Farmer’s Daughters was founded with a mission to maintain, preserve, and protect New Mexico’s agricultural heritage through the cultivation of the land, offering its bounty to others, hosting community events, and providing educational opportunities to the public.

Now they are launching an upcoming series at Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town with exciting surprise activities and themes all while keeping true to the farm-to-table concept. The Wagners hope this series will raise awareness of farmland preservation and increase support for local farmers.

Tickets will be priced at $125 per event –– which includes (2) drinks –– and can be purchased now at or (505) 842-8426. The event debuts on Saturday, July 14th at 6:00pm with the “Havana Nights” theme, and additional dinners are scheduled for Friday, August 3rd, Saturday, September 29th, Saturday, October 20th and Friday, November 2nd. Visit for additional information.

About Heritage Hotels & Resorts
Founded by Jim Long in 2005, Heritage Hotels & Resorts is a collection of culturally distinct hotels in New Mexico and is the largest independent hotel brand in New Mexico. Through their architecture, interior design, landscaping, cuisine, art, entertainment and music, Heritage Hotels & Resorts provides guests with a very rich, authentic, cultural experience. Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town, Hotel Chaco and Nativo Lodge are located in Albuquerque, NM; Hotel St. Francis, Eldorado Hotel & Spa, Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe, the Inn and Spa at Loretto and The Lodge at Santa Fe are located in Santa Fe, NM; Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces is located in Las Cruces, NM; and El Monte Sagrado and Palacio de Marquesa are located in Taos, NM. Each Heritage Hotel donates a percentage of its revenue to cultural causes. The company and its affiliate companies provide over 2,000 jobs in NM. You can find Heritage on Twitter at @HeritageHtls or on Facebook at or at

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