The Best Margaritas in the World are in Santa Fe, NM: Here’s Proof

What other cocktail delicately balances four of the five human tastes, comes in flavors ranging from chocolate to raspberry to jalapeño, pairs with literally every single type of food on the planet, and has its own goddess? Only the margarita. Tequila, Cointreau, and lime juice, shaken for 15-20 seconds. Slide in a lime wheel and voilà. Perfection.

Lucky for me, I come from the state with the best margaritas anywhere — hands down — and they’re all on Santa Fe’s Margarita Trail (making it almost dangerously easy to find them). In fact, the city’s known as the margarita capital of the world. Or should be. Will be. Here’s proof.

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Eight Reasons To Spend NYE In Santa Fe

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Say “Prospero Ano Nuevo” the Santa Fe way and your 2017 is guaranteed to be a truly Happy New Year! To quote a well-known Ella Fitzgerald holiday tune, “What are you doing New Year’s Eve?”. From world-class musical performances, to ‘Galactic Jungles’ or artful illuminations, there’s something for everyone! Here are just a few that we know you will enjoy.

 

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Six Paths To A Holiday Different In Santa Fe

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Whether you’re snowshoeing the majestic terrain of the Santa Fe National Forest or strolling amidst the magical farolitos during our annual celebration of light, wintertime in Santa Fe is an experience of a lifetime. The City Different offers so much for  a well-deserved break from the busy holiday season. Here are some of our holiday offerings to those who need a true escape and rejuvenation of body and soul.

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Six Santa Fe Reasons To Get Out Of The Kitchen This Thanksgiving

There’s a cornucopia of reasons to abandon your kitchen this Thanksgiving holiday in Santa Fe. Let our world-renowned chefs turn your day of thanks into an epicurean feast without the dirty dishes.  Many of our cherished restaurants are creating menus just for this holiday to satisfy everyone in your party.

In 1621, the Pilgrims celebrated the very first Thanksgiving. By that time, Santa Fe had already been established as a provincial capital in our region for more than 10 years. That should paint a picture of the delicious feasts that greet you in the City Different.

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