The Main Dining Room comfortably seats up to 60 guests. This room showcases a local alligator juniper tree slightly off center of the room, which supports the massive wooden beam and rough-hewn ceiling. It showcases our Native American heritage, with photos by Edward Curtis and locally made tamarisk light sconces and Native American art. The hickory and leather chairs complement the 120-year-old barn wood tabletops. Divided light cedar windows look out over the Upper Patio and across the 11th hole of the Rancho Mañana’s Golf Course.
This room is only available for private parties, and requires also booking the adjacent latilla-covered Upper Patio. That area could serve as either a cocktail reception area or as additional seating for 50 guests, adding up to a total of 110 seats.