Green Chile Cheeseburger Smackdown
Fri, Sep 12 2014, 6:00
- 10:00 PM
WHEN: September 12, 2014
Come see celebrity judges crown the winner of "Best Green Chile Cheeseburger"ǃ You can also be a part of the Smackdown and pick your own winner. Visitors to the Smackdown will conduct their taste test and vote for their favorite Green Chile Cheeseburger Champion.
AHA Festival of Progressive Arts
Sun, Sep 14 2014, 10:00
- 7:00 PM
WHEN: September 14, 2014
Music begins at noon and runs on two stages throughout the day. Admission is FREE. SITE Santa Fe and Warehouse 21 are also hosting free programming. There will be food, water, sunscreen, and beerǃ
Sep 14, 1:00 PM
Last Friday ArtWalk
Fri, Sep 26 2014, 5:00
- 7:00 PM
For an exciting world-class contemporary art experience, visit the hip new Railyard Arts District where ten galleries plus SITE Santa Fe boast the best in international contemporary art. Housed in spacious warehouse-style buildings, all within walking distance, the galleries include Box Gallery, Charlotte Jackson Fine Art, Gebert Contemporary, James Kelly Contemporary, Jay Etkin Gallery, LewAllen Galleries, Santa Fe Clay, Tai Gallery, William Siegal Gallery and Zane Bennett Contemporary Art as well as the internationally renown SITE Santa Fe art space. Galleries are open year-round and feature an Artwalk from 5 to 7pm the last Friday of every month.
(Photo: Santa Fe Railyard Community Corporation
Reprinted by permission, Frederick Schwartz Architects.)
Oct 31, 5:00 PM
, Nov 28, 5:00 PM
, Dec 26, 5:00 PM
, Jan 30, 5:00 PM
, Feb 27, 5:00 PM
Mar 27, 5:00 PM
Guadalupe between Montezuma and Cerrillos Rd.
The Railyard is Santa Fe's new place to meet -to see friends and neighbors, shop for unique products, have a great meal, view thought-provoking art, experience live performances, or just relax and play. From the nationally renowned Farmers Market and contemporary art galleries, local Arts & Crafts Fairs, music and movies in the award-winning 10 acre Park, walkathons and community celebrations to excursion train rides and commuter rail service, there's something for everyone at The Railyard!
Nearby Businesses, Attractions, Events and Services
KOWBOYZ is Santa Fe's beloved GO TO western wear store downtown in the Railyard for tourists and locals alike. 5,000 pair of new and vintage cowboy boots to choose from for men, women and children, as well as hats, shirts ($15), belts, buckles, skirts and western curios.
All roads lead to JUNCTION, the perfect place to meet friends for good food and a great time–day or night! Great food, awesome cocktails and all your favorite sports come together at JUNCTION, your local favorite sports bar and restaurant!
JUNCTION’s family friendly atmosphere and classic –yet creative– American Cuisine is sure to please. Our bold cocktails, local brews, eclectic wine list, and friendly staff await your visit.
Sporting events look great on our eleven HD flat screen TV’s including an 83? screen in the center of the bar. NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, MLS, PGA, World Cup, NCAA and more -- we carry all the professional and college sports packages so you can catch your team in action. JUNCTION has two pool tables, Buzztime Trivia, free wi-fi and daily food and beverage specials.
Stop by JUNCTION, your local favorite!
Amenities: Cocktail Lounge
Traditional tribal and contemporary art from around the world.
The William Siegal Gallery offers museum quality antiquities and contemporary art.
For over thirty years owner Bill Siegal has been assembling the world's largest collection of fine ancient and antique Andean textiles dating from 750 BC up to the 19th Century.
Additionally, the gallery exhibits ceremonial objects and artifacts from Meso and South American Cultures, as well as objects from China's Han and Tang Dynasties and Southeast Asia. Distinguished African and Indonesian textiles are also prominently featured.
In May of 2007, William Siegal Gallery opened its new 5,000 square foot exhibition space, in which antiquities are now hung side by side with the works of outstanding contemporary artists. This proximity between the "old" and the "new" conveys a sublime and timeless trans-cultural aesthetic of modernism.
William Siegal Gallery is located in Santa Fe's newly revitalized Railyard District, which is rapidly becoming the central locus of Santa Fe's contemporary art scene.
photo by Robert Reck c2007
Tomasita's has been a Santa Fe favorite since 1974, serving traditional Northern New Mexican cuisine. Tomasita's features red and green chile grown in the hatch valley, traditional recipes, and a full bar. The key to our success is simple recipes, quality ingredients, and fast and friendly service. Tomasita's has been featured in numerous articles and television shows. Everybody from movie stars to construction workers feel welcome in this red brick building that once served as the station for the "Chile Line," which ran from Antonito, Colorado to Santa Fe.
Located on Guadalupe Street in the Historic Railyard District of Santa Fe, New Mexico, Zane Bennett Contemporary Art resides in one of the most unique architectural spaces in the City Different. The exterior preserves the historic flavor of the neighborhood while the cutting edge interior rivals the traditions of the best contemporary galleries in the country. The sky lighted two-story central atrium, glass staircase and catwalk, along with numerous gallery spaces provide the experience of viewing contemporary art at its best.
Here you will find unexpected art programs and exhibitions which are engaging and visually stimulating. The nearly 10,000 square foot space allows for ongoing offerings of important and well-established contemporary artists, internationally-known mid-career, emerging and regional artists as well as blue chip artists. You will find accessible exhibits of paintings, prints, drawings, substantial sculpture and photography. The gallery is in close proximity to SITE Santa Fe and near other Railyard galleries and restaurants. Zane Bennett Contemporary Art offers gallery clients the convenience of a climate-controlled interior as well as a dedicated twenty-space parking lot.
Santa Fe Southern Railway brings back a piece of history for locals and visitors, as well as an experience. People will get to enjoy gourmet food from local farms and ride the vintage rail cars.
We offer a daytime Buffet and our evening Sunset/Stargazing train, which includes a contemporary food menu, sure to delight any pallet.
The studio/gallery of collaborating artists, Buchen/Goodwin, presents the virtual object as photography, video, and sculpture. The work represents a new approach to both sculpture and photography. Instruction is available in developing a virtual model for producing physical objects or graphics.
Wordharvest Writers workshops offers intensive one-day writing workshops with faculty who are published authors. The programs, held at La Tienda (Eldorado) focus on all aspects of writing. The summer 2012 series includes writing and publishing fiction, non-fiction, memoir and travel writing. The workshops include hands-on writing, and welcome beginners as well as seasoned writers. Most faculty come from the Santa Fe area. We offer a summer series and usually a spring series. In addition, Wordharvest presents the Tony Hillerman Writers Conference, scheduled Nov. 8-10, 2012 at the Hotel Santa Fe. The event includes two writing contests. The Hillerman Prize, originated in 2006, honors a first mystery set in the Southwest, and is co-sponsored by St. Martin's Press. The Tony Hillerman Mystery Short Story Contest is co-sponsored by New Mexico Magazine.
WORDHARVEST was established in 2001 by two energetic Santa Fe women, Anne Hillerman and Jean Schaumberg. A native Santa Fean, Jean Schaumberg has a life- long interest in books. Her career includes work as an acquisition and reference librarian, a bookstore owner and manager, and a writers' conference coordinator, and work in development for a Santa Fe nonprofit. WORDHARVEST springs from her continued interest in the written word and the desire to promote it by assisting budding authors.
Anne Hillerman is a journalist, author, writing coach, freelance writer and avid reader. After a 25-year career in newspapers, including work as an editorial page editor, Anne and Jean launched WORDHARVEST in 2001. Anne is the author of several published books including Gardens of Santa Fe, Tony Hillerman's Landscape, Santa Fe Flavors, The Insiders' Guide to Santa Fe and Children's Guide to Santa Fe.
Fine cuisine in a friendly scene. Locally-owned neighborhood cafe featuring made-from-scratch food. Open early and stay open late for breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between. Free Wi-Fi, diverse magazines, locally-roasted coffee, beer and wine, bakery on-site.
As Santa Fe's only Native American owned hotel we take pride in maintaining the traditions of the past while providing the modern comforts of the present. Located in historic downtown Santa Fe and in the heart of the new Guadalupe Railyard District we offer museums, galleries, shops, and restaurants just outside our doors. Amenities: Cocktail Lounge
Hot Tub or Sauna
Enjoy the Picuris Pueblo Dancers every Friday evening at 5:30 pm. Amaya, at
Hotel Santa Fe The Hacienda and Spa, mixes classic technique, contemporary
flair, and fresh seasonal ingredients from the cold rivers of Alaska to the
Great Plains. Chef Walter Dominguez selects superb ingredients and weaves
them together in a style that is both ancient and contemporary. Amaya
highlights local pueblo and Northern New Mexican influences, as well as
regional foods from around the U.S. The casual, inviting atmosphere keeps
the focus on fine food and conversation. In winter, relax by our roaring
fire, or in the summer, dine surrounded by our beautiful outdoor gardens
with a water fountain, traditional teepee, hummingbird feeders, birdhouse,
and amazing mountain views.
Experience the ultimate in luxury accommodations and personalized service. While an integral part of Hotel Santa Fe, and designed in the same Pueblo-style architecture, The Hacienda nevertheless retains its own identity. Secluded within our four acres The Hacienda at Hotel Santa Fe is an exclusive retreat with 35 special rooms and suites filled with Native American Art and warm gem-like tones that reflect the southwest. While staying at The Hacienda you will experience the personal service of our professionally trained butlers. He or she will fulfill even your most exacting needs or request. From the mundane to the seemingly impossible no task is too difficult.
Amenities: Cocktail Lounge
Hot Tub or Sauna
Contemporary clothing designers that can't be found elsewhere in Santa Fe including James Perse, JBrand and Alice + Olivia along with jewelry from Me&Ro and bags from Rebecca Minkoff, daniella is the destination for the fashionista in you!
Contemporary American and European art
David Richard Gallery is located in the Santa Fe Railyard Arts District and specializes in post-war abstract art including Abstract Expressionism, Color Field, geometric, hard-edged, Op, Pop, Minimalism and conceptualism in a variety of media. Featuring both historic and contemporary artwork, the gallery represents many established artists who were part of important art historical movements and tendencies that occurred during the 1950s through the 1980s on both the east and west coasts. The gallery also represents artist estates, emerging artists and offers secondary market works.
Dining at Andiamo is
a simple experience.
We prepare the finest, local and seasonal ingredients a la minute with the utmost care and respect. Our menu is inspired by Italian cuisine, but as food is born of the region, we try to stay true to our relationships with local growers. For that reason, we've continuously nurtured a strong connection between the Santa Fe Farmers Market and our kitchen -- melding indigenous foods whenever possible, with key Italian imports. We crave these earthy, effortless flavors long after the meal has ended.
Eating sustains more than the body. Dining at Andiamo inspires conversation and evokes memories. That's why we see Andiamo as a collective experience for people who love food. Our staff is genuinely happy to work with our customers. At the end of the day, we want our guests to feel better for having eaten here.
Home to Andiamo since 1995, our historic building offers indoor and seasonal patio dining. For some it's an everyday place, for others it marks special occasions. For everyone who comes, it's a gathering place that nourishes the body and soul.
Visiting anglers from around the world visit The Reel Life for its fine fly shop and guide service. Owned and operated by life-long Santa Feans, The Reel Life offers the finest in gear, instruction, local fishing information, fly tying, gear rentals, and service.
Guided fly fishing with The Reel Life is a very popular activity. Our staff of professional guides can put you on our best private waters and public waters. Each of our guides are experienced instructors so fly fishers of all abilities are welcome. Please join us for a memorable experience catching trout and other species in the mountains of northern New Mexico.
Chapare Santa Fe offers fun & fine 100% alpaca wool fingerless gloves, gloves, hats & scarves plus luxurious & cotton clothing, jewelry, sweaters, panama hats, alpaca teddy bears. A must see boutique style shop in the historic Sanbusco Market in the railyard district.