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Simply Classic Gourmet Gift Baskets
Uniquely designed for local hospitality for Bienvenidos gift giving, Simply Classic has been creating baskets for over 20 years. Featuring local specialties from Santa Fe's best bakers, chocolatiers, wine makers and artisans. The best selection available in fresh flowers to accompany our one of a kind gourmet gift baskets to delight all guests visiting our City Different. Local delivery 24 hour notice and nationwide shipping. Other gift specialties include screenable chocolates,our signature dark chocolate Bienvenidos chile pepper is a favorite for special events. Other gifts include our Get Green Gift Bags filled with organic foods and green teas, Fresh Fruits, Nuts and Cheeses.....
369 Montezuma Ave. #127
Santa Fe, NM 87501
800-962-4895
Uniquely designed for local hospitality for Bienvenidos gift giving, Simply Classic has been creating baskets for over 20 years. Featuring local specialties from Santa Fe's best bakers, chocolatiers, wine makers and artisans. The best selection available in fresh flowers to accompany our one of a kind gourmet gift baskets to delight all guests visiting our City Different. Local delivery 24 hour notice and nationwide shipping. Other gift specialties include screenable chocolates,our signature dark chocolate Bienvenidos chile pepper is a favorite for special events. Other gifts include our Get Green Gift Bags filled with organic foods and green teas, Fresh Fruits, Nuts and Cheeses.....
Green Chile Chicken Chowder

Green Chile Chicken Chowder

Heat oil in 12 quarts stock pot, sauté onions until golden add the garlic and sauté for 1 minute. Add half and half, potatoes, chicken base, white pepper-cook for 10 to 15 minutes over medium heat. Add chicken breast, green chile, corn kernels and red bell pepper, reduce heat to medium-low and cook until the potatoes are fork-tender. In a small bowl make a slurry with the corn starch and ½ cup water. Bring to a boil and whisk the slurry into the pot until the soup is slightly thick. Adjust seasoning with salt. Notes: It will stick if heat is to high, so stir frequently. Roasted New Mexican anaheim green chile is a good choice. Makes 3.5 quarts

Green Chile Chicken Chowder

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Heat oil in 12 quarts stock pot, sauté onions until golden add the garlic and sauté for 1 minute. Add half and half, potatoes, chicken base, white pepper-cook for 10 to 15 minutes over medium heat. Add chicken breast, green chile, corn kernels and red bell pepper, reduce heat to medium-low and cook until the potatoes are fork-tender. In a small bowl make a slurry with the corn starch and ½ cup water. Bring to a boil and whisk the slurry into the pot until the soup is slightly thick. Adjust seasoning with salt. Notes: It will stick if heat is to high, so stir frequently. Roasted New Mexican anaheim green chile is a good choice. Makes 3.5 quarts
Korean Beef Tacos with Gojuchang Avocado Sauce

Korean Beef Tacos with Gojuchang Avocado Sauce

Beef Directions: 1. Over an open flame, char the outside of the flank steak. Remove and place in the freezer to cool. 2. Combine the rest of the ingredients in the jar of your blender and blend until smooth. 3. Remove beef from the freezer and slice very thin and then place in a plastic storage bag with the marinade. Let rest for 30 minutes in the refrigerator. 4. Heat a skillet over high heat and then add 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 5. Remove the beef from the refrigerator and drain the liquid. Pat the beef dry then add to the hot pan. Cook the beef for 8 minutes while constantly stirring the beef. 6. Remove pan from flame and let rest. Napa Cabbage Slaw Directions: 1. Shred the three cabbages and place in a bowl. 2. Tear the cilantro and chop the green onion and add to the cabbage. 3. In a bowl combine the rest of the ingredients and whisk the together, pour over the cabbage mix and toss until all is incorporated. Set aside. Sauce Directions: Place the ingredients in the blender and blend until smooth. If sauce is too thick, add 2 Tablespoons of water to thin it out. Stuff tacos with all ingredients and garnish with lines and sesame seeds

Korean Beef Tacos with Gojuchang Avocado Sauce

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Beef Directions: 1. Over an open flame, char the outside of the flank steak. Remove and place in the freezer to cool. 2. Combine the rest of the ingredients in the jar of your blender and blend until smooth. 3. Remove beef from the freezer and slice very thin and then place in a plastic storage bag with the marinade. Let rest for 30 minutes in the refrigerator. 4. Heat a skillet over high heat and then add 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 5. Remove the beef from the refrigerator and drain the liquid. Pat the beef dry then add to the hot pan. Cook the beef for 8 minutes while constantly stirring the beef. 6. Remove pan from flame and let rest. Napa Cabbage Slaw Directions: 1. Shred the three cabbages and place in a bowl. 2. Tear the cilantro and chop the green onion and add to the cabbage. 3. In a bowl combine the rest of the ingredients and whisk the together, pour over the cabbage mix and toss until all is incorporated. Set aside. Sauce Directions: Place the ingredients in the blender and blend until smooth. If sauce is too thick, add 2 Tablespoons of water to thin it out. Stuff tacos with all ingredients and garnish with lines and sesame seeds
Hudson Valley Duck Breast, CaraCara Orange & Spanish Green Olive Tapenade, Orange-Madeira Stock
Description: Chef Kiffin dehydrates the zest of the orange to make a spice rub for the duck with ground coriander seed. He segments CaraCara and Valencia oranges and uses the juice to make an orange infused dark poultry jus. The fennel and watercress salad is dressed in orange oil. Tips: Using citrus with duck is a classic technique so this is our modern variation on Duck a la'Orange. We sauté the duck breast skin side down and spoon the rendered fat over the top, never turning the meat. This keeps the breast from drying out and also cooks it to a perfect medium rare. For the Duck Rub: Zest of the two Oranges mixed with the toasted coriander seeds. Butcher the duck breasts into 4 portions. Place the Duck rub on the fat side and let sit unwrapped in the refrigerator for 2 hours prior to cooking. In a medium hot sauté pan, place the duck, fat side down and cook turning only once to desired temperature, keep warm. For the Tapenade, mix all the ingredients and hold at room temperature. This may be done ahead of time. Take the zested oranges, peel and cut out the segments, set aside. Take the remaining pulp and squeeze the juice into the dark poultry stock. Reduce the stock until thick, finish with Madeira and a knob of cold butter, season to taste with salt and pepper and keep warm. Prior to serving sauté the fennel and kale leaves in the olive oil. Divide the sauté on 4 warm plates, slice the duck and place on the kale, top with tapenade and orange segments, pour the orange stock over each plate and serve.
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Description: Chef Kiffin dehydrates the zest of the orange to make a spice rub for the duck with ground coriander seed. He segments CaraCara and Valencia oranges and uses the juice to make an orange infused dark poultry jus. The fennel and watercress salad is dressed in orange oil. Tips: Using citrus with duck is a classic technique so this is our modern variation on Duck a la'Orange. We sauté the duck breast skin side down and spoon the rendered fat over the top, never turning the meat. This keeps the breast from drying out and also cooks it to a perfect medium rare. For the Duck Rub: Zest of the two Oranges mixed with the toasted coriander seeds. Butcher the duck breasts into 4 portions. Place the Duck rub on the fat side and let sit unwrapped in the refrigerator for 2 hours prior to cooking. In a medium hot sauté pan, place the duck, fat side down and cook turning only once to desired temperature, keep warm. For the Tapenade, mix all the ingredients and hold at room temperature. This may be done ahead of time. Take the zested oranges, peel and cut out the segments, set aside. Take the remaining pulp and squeeze the juice into the dark poultry stock. Reduce the stock until thick, finish with Madeira and a knob of cold butter, season to taste with salt and pepper and keep warm. Prior to serving sauté the fennel and kale leaves in the olive oil. Divide the sauté on 4 warm plates, slice the duck and place on the kale, top with tapenade and orange segments, pour the orange stock over each plate and serve.
3BR Southside Modern Adobe
This Southside neighborhood 3BR/2BA home is situated on a beautifully landscaped corner lot with 3,070 square-feet of upscale living space including a wood-burning kiva fireplace, vigas ceiling beams, and a fenced backyard with a putting green. Sleeps 8.
2557 Camino San Patricio
Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-490-6776
This Southside neighborhood 3BR/2BA home is situated on a beautifully landscaped corner lot with 3,070 square-feet of upscale living space including a wood-burning kiva fireplace, vigas ceiling beams, and a fenced backyard with a putting green. Sleeps 8.
Cafe Fina
Cafe Fina is a popular restaurant on the outskirts of town serving modern American comfort food. From migas and breakfast burritos, to green chile cheeseburgers, Reubens, salads, soups, homemade desserts and more. We are devoted to serving locally grown, sustainable food.
624 Old Las Vegas Hwy
Santa Fe, NM 87508
505.466.3886
Cafe Fina is a popular restaurant on the outskirts of town serving modern American comfort food. From migas and breakfast burritos, to green chile cheeseburgers, Reubens, salads, soups, homemade desserts and more. We are devoted to serving locally grown, sustainable food.
Tiny's Restaurant & Lounge
Tiny's is a family owned and operated restaurant/lounge in Santa Fe for 67 years. Centrally located at the Southeast corner of Cerrillos Road & St. Francis Drive intersection. Near-by you see the Rail-Runner crossing the intersection numerous times daily from the entrance. Inside you can enjoy one of the Southwest’s great made from scratch kitchen offering, Native New Mexican Foods. Red Chile and Green Chile, indigenous to New Mexico and especially Santa Fe, compliments our Charbroiled Rib-Eye, Sirloin Steaks even ground beef as well as our homemade green chile rellenos, chicken enchiladas not to mention many other New Mexican Plates. A full bar offering gives one a feeling that can only be found when you know you've found a great place to eat, drink and dance. Tiny's has the bar area where Santa Fe’s best entertainment is offered, showing photographs, by Coad Miller, of local musicians adorning the walls. The dining room and surrounding interior of the patio area offers some of Coad’s other accomplishments, landscapes in oil paintings, displaying his love for the Southwest’s beauty. A beautiful patio can offer some solace from the busy bar/"old" dinning room antics while sipping a refreshing margarita, by the tranquil fountain of St. Francis that sits beside the shady cherry tree enveloping the patio, French doors open to the interior patio dinning area where perimeter seating boncos together with other seating offer a sizable seating area for nearly 90 guests. The out door patio seats almost 50 and the "old" dinning room/bar area seats another 90 for some spacious hospitality offerings at reasonable prices. There's nothing small about Tiny's! Come as you are bring the kids, we have a kids menu, they’ll love our cheese quesidillas or a Tiny burger with fries. Tiny's offers quality food, affordable prices, attentive service together with a great bar and weekend entertainment. Tiny’s offers many great reasons to come eat, drink, dance, sing, and just get away from the maddening crowd. Our entertainment hosts some of Santa Fe's better bands and even Karaoke on Saturday nights which leads you to the dance floor, all without a cover. So bring your hunger to be fed, your thirst to be quenched, your boots, paten-leather shoes, sneakers or loafers to dance.
1005 S St Francis Dr.
Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-983-1100
Tiny's is a family owned and operated restaurant/lounge in Santa Fe for 67 years. Centrally located at the Southeast corner of Cerrillos Road & St. Francis Drive intersection. Near-by you see the Rail-Runner crossing the intersection numerous times daily from the entrance. Inside you can enjoy one of the Southwest’s great made from scratch kitchen offering, Native New Mexican Foods. Red Chile and Green Chile, indigenous to New Mexico and especially Santa Fe, compliments our Charbroiled Rib-Eye, Sirloin Steaks even ground beef as well as our homemade green chile rellenos, chicken enchiladas not to mention many other New Mexican Plates. A full bar offering gives one a feeling that can only be found when you know you've found a great place to eat, drink and dance. Tiny's has the bar area where Santa Fe’s best entertainment is offered, showing photographs, by Coad Miller, of local musicians adorning the walls. The dining room and surrounding interior of the patio area offers some of Coad’s other accomplishments, landscapes in oil paintings, displaying his love for the Southwest’s beauty. A beautiful patio can offer some solace from the busy bar/"old" dinning room antics while sipping a refreshing margarita, by the tranquil fountain of St. Francis that sits beside the shady cherry tree enveloping the patio, French doors open to the interior patio dinning area where perimeter seating boncos together with other seating offer a sizable seating area for nearly 90 guests. The out door patio seats almost 50 and the "old" dinning room/bar area seats another 90 for some spacious hospitality offerings at reasonable prices. There's nothing small about Tiny's! Come as you are bring the kids, we have a kids menu, they’ll love our cheese quesidillas or a Tiny burger with fries. Tiny's offers quality food, affordable prices, attentive service together with a great bar and weekend entertainment. Tiny’s offers many great reasons to come eat, drink, dance, sing, and just get away from the maddening crowd. Our entertainment hosts some of Santa Fe's better bands and even Karaoke on Saturday nights which leads you to the dance floor, all without a cover. So bring your hunger to be fed, your thirst to be quenched, your boots, paten-leather shoes, sneakers or loafers to dance.
Dragon Room Bar
This watering hole has been a local favorite for generations. The kiva fireplace in the corner is the perfect place to warm up on a snowy evening with a bowl of the best green chile stew in Santa Fe. The Dragon Room boasts the best patio in the warmer months as well.
406 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-982-9500
This watering hole has been a local favorite for generations. The kiva fireplace in the corner is the perfect place to warm up on a snowy evening with a bowl of the best green chile stew in Santa Fe. The Dragon Room boasts the best patio in the warmer months as well.
Ortiz Restaurant & Bar
For your culinary pleasures, dine at our award-winning Ortiz restaurant and Ortiz Cafe, housed in the historic Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza in downtown. Enjoy mouth-watering delicacies such as hand-carved sandwiches, authentic Green Chile Corn Chowder, salads and more. In the evening, relax by our kiva fireplace and enjoy a selection from our extensive wine list.
100 Sandoval Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-986-6417
For your culinary pleasures, dine at our award-winning Ortiz restaurant and Ortiz Cafe, housed in the historic Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza in downtown. Enjoy mouth-watering delicacies such as hand-carved sandwiches, authentic Green Chile Corn Chowder, salads and more. In the evening, relax by our kiva fireplace and enjoy a selection from our extensive wine list.
Atrisco Cafe & Bar
The Atrisco Cafe & Bar is a friendly, neighborhood New Mexican restaurant. Our philosophy is simple recipes, fresh ingredients, and friendly service. We cater to the tastes of Santa Feans who love authentic New Mexican chile, but also offer a small but carefully crafted selection of American dishes such as burgers with house-cut fries, Southwest Chicken Salad, and Meat Loaf. When possible, we purchase New Mexico grown ingredients, including all-natural grass-fed ground beef, lamb, red and green chile, honey, and vegetables when in season.
193 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-7401
The Atrisco Cafe & Bar is a friendly, neighborhood New Mexican restaurant. Our philosophy is simple recipes, fresh ingredients, and friendly service. We cater to the tastes of Santa Feans who love authentic New Mexican chile, but also offer a small but carefully crafted selection of American dishes such as burgers with house-cut fries, Southwest Chicken Salad, and Meat Loaf. When possible, we purchase New Mexico grown ingredients, including all-natural grass-fed ground beef, lamb, red and green chile, honey, and vegetables when in season.
Tomasita's Restaurant
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.
500 South Guadalupe
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-5721
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.
La Choza
La Choza is a family owned and operated restaurant delighting locals and visitors craving New Mexican tradition. Experience a variety of hand shaken margaritas or local beers on tap while enjoying our award winning red and green chile, guacamole, fish tacos, chile rellenos, queso and sopaipillas. Located by the Railyard Park, outdoor seating, child friendly, pets welcome, menu items for gluten free, vegan, vegetarian and omnivores alike. Our staff is friendly, quick and always happy to see you. We look forward to pleasing you time and again.
905 Alarid St
Santa Fe, NM 87505
5059201957
La Choza is a family owned and operated restaurant delighting locals and visitors craving New Mexican tradition. Experience a variety of hand shaken margaritas or local beers on tap while enjoying our award winning red and green chile, guacamole, fish tacos, chile rellenos, queso and sopaipillas. Located by the Railyard Park, outdoor seating, child friendly, pets welcome, menu items for gluten free, vegan, vegetarian and omnivores alike. Our staff is friendly, quick and always happy to see you. We look forward to pleasing you time and again.
Santa Fe Bite
Voted Best Burger and home of the famous Green Chili Cheeseburger. We're even on the New Mexico Green Chile Cheeseburger Map! Santa Fe Bite (formerly known as The Bobcat Bite Restaurant) has been part of Santa Fe History since 1953. Featured on the Food Network and in numerous books & publications - due to our colorful, comfort food cuisine & history. In addition we serve fish & chips, salads, steaks, chops, desserts and even beer & wine. Great selection on tap!
311 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-982-0544
Voted Best Burger and home of the famous Green Chili Cheeseburger. We're even on the New Mexico Green Chile Cheeseburger Map! Santa Fe Bite (formerly known as The Bobcat Bite Restaurant) has been part of Santa Fe History since 1953. Featured on the Food Network and in numerous books & publications - due to our colorful, comfort food cuisine & history. In addition we serve fish & chips, salads, steaks, chops, desserts and even beer & wine. Great selection on tap!
Coyote Cafe & Rooftop Cantina
Coyote Cafe continues to be Santa Fe's most famous and celebrated restaurant, feted by critics and return visitors alike. We are celebrating our 25th year! Joining Coyote Cafe as Executive Chef/Owner is world renowned chef Eric Distefano (also of Geronimo) Chef DiStefano brings with him his contemporary global style of cooking that has French Asian influences accompanied with Coyote Cafe's known Southwestern Style. Must-have dishes include Griddled Buttermilk Corn Cakes with Chipotle Prawns and the legendary grilled 24 ounce "Cowboy Cut" Dry Aged Rib eye. Distefano brings along his signature dish, Peppery Elk Tenderloin, a definite favorite! Try the Miso Crusted Sea Bass, Jalapeno Beef Tartare and Five Spice Rotisserie Rock Hen with Green Chile "Mac 'n Cheese". An Award Winning Wine List is complemented by a full bar which includes unique signature cocktails. During Summer Our Rooftop Cantina serves New Mexican specialties and cocktails in a casual outdoor rooftop setting.
132 W Water St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-1615
Coyote Cafe continues to be Santa Fe's most famous and celebrated restaurant, feted by critics and return visitors alike. We are celebrating our 25th year! Joining Coyote Cafe as Executive Chef/Owner is world renowned chef Eric Distefano (also of Geronimo) Chef DiStefano brings with him his contemporary global style of cooking that has French Asian influences accompanied with Coyote Cafe's known Southwestern Style. Must-have dishes include Griddled Buttermilk Corn Cakes with Chipotle Prawns and the legendary grilled 24 ounce "Cowboy Cut" Dry Aged Rib eye. Distefano brings along his signature dish, Peppery Elk Tenderloin, a definite favorite! Try the Miso Crusted Sea Bass, Jalapeno Beef Tartare and Five Spice Rotisserie Rock Hen with Green Chile "Mac 'n Cheese". An Award Winning Wine List is complemented by a full bar which includes unique signature cocktails. During Summer Our Rooftop Cantina serves New Mexican specialties and cocktails in a casual outdoor rooftop setting.
Santa Fe Bar & Grill
Located on Santa Fe’s North side in DeVargas Center. Colorful décor, high ceilings, original Mexican Folk Art and a covered garden patio seating 60. Creative Southwest Cuisine All the great local flavors, red & green chile, pinto beans, corn, peppers, cilantro, garlic and homemade tortillas wrapping marinated sirloin steaks, chicken & a medley of squash, mushrooms, corn and spices. From the rotisserie and flame broiler come seasoned and lemon-garlic rotisserie chicken, prime, aged baseball cut sirloin steak and fresh seafood filets. A hand-crafted bar featuring Tequilas, Margaritas, 8 micro-brewed draft beers and 16 wines by the glass. Open Daily 11 am to 10 pm, Sunday brunch from 11 am
187 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-982-3033
Located on Santa Fe’s North side in DeVargas Center. Colorful décor, high ceilings, original Mexican Folk Art and a covered garden patio seating 60. Creative Southwest Cuisine All the great local flavors, red & green chile, pinto beans, corn, peppers, cilantro, garlic and homemade tortillas wrapping marinated sirloin steaks, chicken & a medley of squash, mushrooms, corn and spices. From the rotisserie and flame broiler come seasoned and lemon-garlic rotisserie chicken, prime, aged baseball cut sirloin steak and fresh seafood filets. A hand-crafted bar featuring Tequilas, Margaritas, 8 micro-brewed draft beers and 16 wines by the glass. Open Daily 11 am to 10 pm, Sunday brunch from 11 am
The Shed Restaurant
Serving New Mexican food since 1953. Family owned and operated in old hacienda dating back to 1692. World renownded red and green chile specialties.
113 1/2 E. Palace Ave.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505 982 9030
Serving New Mexican food since 1953. Family owned and operated in old hacienda dating back to 1692. World renownded red and green chile specialties.
Glenn Green Galleries
Established in 1966 by Glenn and Sandy Green in Arizona. The Greens opened their second location in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1979. The Tesuque-Santa Fe gallery and five acre sculpture garden is located in the lovely historic Village of Tesuque, five miles north of Santa Fe. Specializing in contemporary art by internationally known artists. Our second location is The Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona with sculpture and paintings displayed throughout the interior and exterior of this beautiful property. Sculptors: DONALD DAVIS GUY DILL ALLAN HOUSER NOELLE JAKEMAN RODGER JACOBSEN MICHAEL KABOTIE PAUL MOORE DAN NAMINGHA KHANG PHAM-NEW EDUARDO OROPEZA JOHN REEVES MALCOLM SUSMAN WI TAEPA TROY WILLIAMS MELANIE YAZZIE Painters: SANDY ADSETT KEN DRAPER JUNE GRANT ALLAN HOUSER JOHN HOGAN HARRIET JOHNS JEFFREY MARON DAN NAMINGHA HELEN STANLEY KENJI YOSHIDA MELANIE YAZZIE PIER AUGUSTO BRECCIA STEADMAN UPHAM Fine Art Photography and Printmaking: SHELLI HYRKAS MELANIE YAZZIE EDUARDO OROPEZA JOHN HOGAN
136 Tesuque Village Road
Santa Fe, NM 87506
505-820-0008
Established in 1966 by Glenn and Sandy Green in Arizona. The Greens opened their second location in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1979. The Tesuque-Santa Fe gallery and five acre sculpture garden is located in the lovely historic Village of Tesuque, five miles north of Santa Fe. Specializing in contemporary art by internationally known artists. Our second location is The Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona with sculpture and paintings displayed throughout the interior and exterior of this beautiful property. Sculptors: DONALD DAVIS GUY DILL ALLAN HOUSER NOELLE JAKEMAN RODGER JACOBSEN MICHAEL KABOTIE PAUL MOORE DAN NAMINGHA KHANG PHAM-NEW EDUARDO OROPEZA JOHN REEVES MALCOLM SUSMAN WI TAEPA TROY WILLIAMS MELANIE YAZZIE Painters: SANDY ADSETT KEN DRAPER JUNE GRANT ALLAN HOUSER JOHN HOGAN HARRIET JOHNS JEFFREY MARON DAN NAMINGHA HELEN STANLEY KENJI YOSHIDA MELANIE YAZZIE PIER AUGUSTO BRECCIA STEADMAN UPHAM Fine Art Photography and Printmaking: SHELLI HYRKAS MELANIE YAZZIE EDUARDO OROPEZA JOHN HOGAN
Green River Pottery
A pottery studio-gallery featuring stoneware for the collector & for daily use. Classes, workshops, studio sessions for beginners & advanced. Since 2009, we've been located at the innovative Lena Street Lofts - ten minutes from the plaza. Special orders, shipping, local clays & glaze materials.
1710 Lena St.
Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-614-6952
A pottery studio-gallery featuring stoneware for the collector & for daily use. Classes, workshops, studio sessions for beginners & advanced. Since 2009, we've been located at the innovative Lena Street Lofts - ten minutes from the plaza. Special orders, shipping, local clays & glaze materials.
Julia, a Spirited Restaurant & Bar
Innovative, locally sourced cuisine inspired by the Southwest's most famous spirit. Named after Julia Staab, the original owner, legendary hostess and reputed ghost of La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa. Located at the resort, just two blocks east of the plaza. Signature creations include Green Chile Braised Short Ribs, Fried Alamosa Striped Bass, tapas and more.
330 East Palace Avenue
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-954-9670
Innovative, locally sourced cuisine inspired by the Southwest's most famous spirit. Named after Julia Staab, the original owner, legendary hostess and reputed ghost of La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa. Located at the resort, just two blocks east of the plaza. Signature creations include Green Chile Braised Short Ribs, Fried Alamosa Striped Bass, tapas and more.
ArtfulTea
ArtfulTea offers more than 80 kinds of loose leaf tea, including classic or flavored black and green teas, oolongs, herbals and organics. Many of our teas are hand-blended right in our shop. We also carry a range of fine tea ware so you can easily prepare loose leaf tea. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff are happy to answer questions and help you make a selection.
117 Galisteo St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-795-7794
ArtfulTea offers more than 80 kinds of loose leaf tea, including classic or flavored black and green teas, oolongs, herbals and organics. Many of our teas are hand-blended right in our shop. We also carry a range of fine tea ware so you can easily prepare loose leaf tea. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff are happy to answer questions and help you make a selection.
Transcendence Design
Sherri Silverman, PhD, is one of the world’s leading Vastu design practitioners and author of the acclaimed book Vastu: Transcendental Home Design in Harmony with Nature.; she has helped thousands of people since 1999. Vastu is the original green design; it requires beauty and honoring the environment. Its guidelines are the laws of nature. Vastu design consultations for homes & businesses in Santa Fe and worldwide. Sacred space design. Vastu-appropriate art. Vedic sacred geometry (yantras), installation ceremonies. TranscendenceDesign.com By appointment. cell: 310.948.8229. Also the location of Sherri Silverman Studio. Sherri's art is in the NM Capitol Art Collection, the book 100 Artists of the Southwest, and numerous private and corporate collections.
1521 Upper Canyon Road, Studio F
Santa Fe, NM 87501
310.948.8229 cell
Sherri Silverman, PhD, is one of the world’s leading Vastu design practitioners and author of the acclaimed book Vastu: Transcendental Home Design in Harmony with Nature.; she has helped thousands of people since 1999. Vastu is the original green design; it requires beauty and honoring the environment. Its guidelines are the laws of nature. Vastu design consultations for homes & businesses in Santa Fe and worldwide. Sacred space design. Vastu-appropriate art. Vedic sacred geometry (yantras), installation ceremonies. TranscendenceDesign.com By appointment. cell: 310.948.8229. Also the location of Sherri Silverman Studio. Sherri's art is in the NM Capitol Art Collection, the book 100 Artists of the Southwest, and numerous private and corporate collections.
Cathedral Park
Located next to the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi, this grassy, green park has plaques describing Santa Fe history and benches for relaxing.
213 Cathedral Place
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Located next to the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi, this grassy, green park has plaques describing Santa Fe history and benches for relaxing.
Casablanca Studios
Casablanca Studios is a locally owned and operated event venue in the heart of St. Michaels Drive business district. Its 1550 Square Feet facility can host a variety of events from live entertainment to private events up to 200 people. Rental packages for weddings, quinceañeras, birthdays, baptisms, piñatas, graduations, corporate meetings, etc. are available for all budgets. Services for all your social event needs are offered and have onsite Event Coordinator. Dance floor, Stage, Service Kitchen, Performing Arts Green Room, Art Exhibition Wall Space, Quality Wait Service and Certified Security Staff. Ample parking around the building and night lighting. Our event license meets all security and special event requirements. Casablanca Studios also has two additional 840 Square Feet Dance Studios for training of quinceañeras and weddings waltzes, Mexican dance, Flamenco, Latin Ballroom, and Zumba. Each classroom has a dance floor, sound system, lighting, mirrors and AC. Our teachers are professional and certified instructors.
1935 Warner Avenue

505-603-7997
Casablanca Studios is a locally owned and operated event venue in the heart of St. Michaels Drive business district. Its 1550 Square Feet facility can host a variety of events from live entertainment to private events up to 200 people. Rental packages for weddings, quinceañeras, birthdays, baptisms, piñatas, graduations, corporate meetings, etc. are available for all budgets. Services for all your social event needs are offered and have onsite Event Coordinator. Dance floor, Stage, Service Kitchen, Performing Arts Green Room, Art Exhibition Wall Space, Quality Wait Service and Certified Security Staff. Ample parking around the building and night lighting. Our event license meets all security and special event requirements. Casablanca Studios also has two additional 840 Square Feet Dance Studios for training of quinceañeras and weddings waltzes, Mexican dance, Flamenco, Latin Ballroom, and Zumba. Each classroom has a dance floor, sound system, lighting, mirrors and AC. Our teachers are professional and certified instructors.


Events


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Dec 20, 2018
The 20th of Every month

Local Appreciation Day

Location: 505-955-4480
Event Type: Outdoor Adventure

In honor of our 20th Anniversary, we would like to thank YOUǃ Our loyal patrons. On the 20th of every month, a 20% local appreciation discount will be applied to greens fees and qualifying merchandise. Offer valid all day. TEE TIME REQUIRED.
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Sep 24 - Sep 30, 2018
Daily 10am-5pm

Charlie Willetto Exhibit of Navajo Folk Art

Location: 505 8200008
Event Type: Native American, Shopping

Special exhibit of rare Navajo folk art by the originator Charlie Willetto.
visit our

Sep 24 - Nov 30, 2018
Daily 10am-5pm

Khang Pham-New Granite sculpture exhibit

Location: 5058200008
Event Type: Art Shows, Shopping

Major sculpture in granite on exhibit at Glenn Green Galleries + Sculpture Garden in Tesuque by artist Khang Pham-New.
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Sep 24 - Nov 30, 2018
Daily 10am-5pm

Melanie A. Yazzie Summer Exhibit at Glenn Green Galleries

Location: 5058200008
Event Type: Art Shows, Native American, Shopping

Summer exhibit of printmaking, sculpture, jewelry designs, scarves and more at her gallery for 25 years. This exhibit occurs in tandem with the Wheelwright Museum exhibit "Memory Weaving: Works by Melanie Yazzie" in Santa Fe, Museum Hill.
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Sep 25, 2018
2-4pm

Green Chile Workshop

Location: 505-983-4511
Event Type: Workshops & Classes

This workshop will include an in depth discussion of the various fresh green chile and you will prepare: flour tortillas, green chile sauce, roasted tomatillo & cilantro sauce and green chile, mint & tamarind sauce.
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Sep 29, 2018
10am-1pm

THE MAGIC OF MOLE

Location: 505-988-3394
Event Type: Family Activities, Workshops & Classes, Food Wine & Spirits

We will create a complete menu of Mexican goodies
including: Sopa de Tortilla, Great Guacamole, Salsa Verde 2-Ways,
Mole Negro, Mole Coloradito, Green Rice and for dessert, Tres Leches
Cake. (Hands-on)
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Sep 30, 2018
11am-2pm

Traditional New Mexican I

Location: 505-983-4511
Event Type: Workshops & Classes

This class includes corn tortillas, cheese enchilladas with red chile sauce, chicken enchilladas with green chile sauce, pinto beans, posole, and capirotada (bread pudding). Demonstration Class, 3-hours.
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Oct 3, 2018
10am-1pm

Traditional New Mexican III

Location: 505-983-4511
Event Type: Workshops & Classes

This class includes classic New Mexican green chile stew, blue corn and green chile muffins, pinon butter, quesadillas, salsa fresca and rich natillas. Demonstration Class, 3-hours.
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Oct 4, 2018
10am-1pm

Contemporary Southwest I

Location: 505-983-4511
Event Type: Workshops & Classes

In this class: Grilled Salmon Fillet with Poblano-Lime Jam, Fresh Corn and Green Onion Tamale, Chipotle Black Beans, Cabbage Cilantro Slaw and Vanilla Espresso Flan. Demonstration Class, 3 hours.
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Oct 5, 2018
6-9pm

NEW MEXICO FAVORITES

Location: 505-988-3394
Event Type: Family Activities, Workshops & Classes, Food Wine & Spirits

Our
menu, que bueno, includes: Homemade Corn Tortillas, Chile Con
Queso, Great Guacamole, Salsa Roja, Tomatillo Salsa, Green
Chile Chicken Enchiladas, Grilled Eggplant Adovado, and,
for dessert, Chocolate Peanut Tacos. (Hands-on)
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Oct 9, 2018
6-9pm

THE PERFECT PRIME RIB & ALL THE TRIMMINGS

Location: 505-988-3394
Event Type: Family Activities, Workshops & Classes, Food Wine & Spirits

We will make a complete menu ready-to-go to impress
friends and family. Our menu includes: Oysters Rockefeller,
Wedge Salad with Creamy Green Chile Blue Cheese Dressing,
Perfect Prime Rib, Horseradish Mashed Potatoes, Popovers, Pan
Gravy,and more
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Oct 11, 2018
10am-1pm

Traditional New Mexican I

Location: 505-983-4511
Event Type: Workshops & Classes

This class includes corn tortillas, cheese enchilladas with red chile sauce, chicken enchilladas with green chile sauce, pinto beans, posole, and capirotada (bread pudding). Demonstration Class, 3-hours.
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