I cannot say enough about the food at Los Poblanos. Dinner Friday at La Marienda (on the property) was scrumptious. We de-vou-errred a cheese plate before our main dish. (Got chez?) Steven had a ribeye with fancy fresh things and I had butternut squash tortellini. Both were SO good. You can see my Danish pancakes with spiced apple chutney and bacon above. The breakfast was included with our stay, which was a nice touch. Dinner was not, but I'd highly recommend dining at La Marienda as we did. While the atmosphere was casually elegant, the food was fit to the season and prepared beautifully with quality ingredients. Farm to table or field to fork is something that Steven and I strive to look for when dining out, if possible. It just makes all the difference and we're becoming a bit intrigued with the idea of learning better ways to prepare local food. Los Poblanos actually has cooking classes so we will likely be back in the Spring for one of those and a chance to feed the baby goats! I'd love to go for the bike tour once the weather is warmer, too.