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Paloma Restaurant
Paloma is a vibrant Mexican restaurant and bar offering fresh interpretations of traditional and modern Mexican food in a comfortable setting. Our corn tortillas are made in house with heirloom corn from Oaxaca. Paloma’s full bar is fun and unpretentious with an emphasis on mezcal.
401 S. Guadalupe Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505 467-8624
Paloma is a vibrant Mexican restaurant and bar offering fresh interpretations of traditional and modern Mexican food in a comfortable setting. Our corn tortillas are made in house with heirloom corn from Oaxaca. Paloma’s full bar is fun and unpretentious with an emphasis on mezcal.
Casa Chimayo Restaurant
Just a short walk from the plaza, Casa Chimayo is a family owned and operated restaurant where Don Timoteo will welcome you and make you feel like family. The blue corn enchiladas were featured on Chef Guy Fieri's, "Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives". Enjoy authentic New Mexican food, prepared using fresh local ingredients. Relax on the quaint patio, while sipping a hand-crafted agave margarita or one of their local beers on tap. OPEN: MON, WED, THU, FRI, SAT, SUN (CLOSED TUES) HOURS: 12-9pm DAILY, SUNDAY BRUNCH, 12-4pm HAPPY HOUR: 12-5pm
409 West Water St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 428-0391
Just a short walk from the plaza, Casa Chimayo is a family owned and operated restaurant where Don Timoteo will welcome you and make you feel like family. The blue corn enchiladas were featured on Chef Guy Fieri's, "Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives". Enjoy authentic New Mexican food, prepared using fresh local ingredients. Relax on the quaint patio, while sipping a hand-crafted agave margarita or one of their local beers on tap. OPEN: MON, WED, THU, FRI, SAT, SUN (CLOSED TUES) HOURS: 12-9pm DAILY, SUNDAY BRUNCH, 12-4pm HAPPY HOUR: 12-5pm


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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.
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
Anchos Rellenos with Cauliflower Puree and Salsa Quemada

Anchos Rellenos with Cauliflower Puree and Salsa Quemada

Ancho Chile Directions: 1. Soak dried ancho chiles in hot water until soft and pliable. 2. Split chiles open and remove seeds from inside and set aside. 3. Combine remaining ingredients and stuff chiles with equal amounts. 4. Place stuffed rellenos in a pan with ¼ cup of water cover and place in a 350 degree oven for 9 minutes or until filling is hot. Cauliflower Puree Directions: 1. Cut cauliflower into small pieces and cook in boiling salted water until al dente 2. Drain and place cooked cauliflower in food processor Salsa Quemada Directions: Chop ingredients and mix - season to taste.

Anchos Rellenos with Cauliflower Puree and Salsa Quemada

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Ancho Chile Directions: 1. Soak dried ancho chiles in hot water until soft and pliable. 2. Split chiles open and remove seeds from inside and set aside. 3. Combine remaining ingredients and stuff chiles with equal amounts. 4. Place stuffed rellenos in a pan with ¼ cup of water cover and place in a 350 degree oven for 9 minutes or until filling is hot. Cauliflower Puree Directions: 1. Cut cauliflower into small pieces and cook in boiling salted water until al dente 2. Drain and place cooked cauliflower in food processor Salsa Quemada Directions: Chop ingredients and mix - season to taste.
Pepita Biscotti

Pepita Biscotti

1. Combine all dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl, stir until totally combined. 2. Place Eggs in a large mixing bowl using the paddle attachment whip until mixed. 3. Slowly add dry ingredients to mixing bowl 4. The dough will be a little wet, that ok 5. Liberally dust a table with flour, so you can roll the dough into cylinders. 6. Dust your hands with flour and roll dough into even cylinders. 7. Place the cylinders in parchment line baking sheet 8. Cook at 300 for about 35 min till getting hard 9. Allow to cool completely and then slice the biscotti on a bias 10. Place once again on sheet pans and cook at 275 for about 15 to 20 minutes until they appear to be a bit hard. 11. Cool and store in a nice jar.

Pepita Biscotti

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1. Combine all dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl, stir until totally combined. 2. Place Eggs in a large mixing bowl using the paddle attachment whip until mixed. 3. Slowly add dry ingredients to mixing bowl 4. The dough will be a little wet, that ok 5. Liberally dust a table with flour, so you can roll the dough into cylinders. 6. Dust your hands with flour and roll dough into even cylinders. 7. Place the cylinders in parchment line baking sheet 8. Cook at 300 for about 35 min till getting hard 9. Allow to cool completely and then slice the biscotti on a bias 10. Place once again on sheet pans and cook at 275 for about 15 to 20 minutes until they appear to be a bit hard. 11. Cool and store in a nice jar.

Visiting Santa Fe > Dine > American

Santa Fe Capitol Bar & Grill
Santa Fe Capitol Bar & Gill is THE mainstream restaurant on the Southside. We are focused on offering you warm, genuine hospitality in our stylish and friendly atmosphere. Like nothing you'll find in Santa Fe, our restaurant fuses modern design and comfort. Offering a full bar featuring a 10 tap draft system with local favorites and other popular hand crafted beers as well as a wine list focused on offering you the highest quality wine at an affordable price. We offer outdoor seating and an area for large groups, gatherings or private meetings. Celebrating the foods of America we focus on fresh innovative dishes using only the freshest seasonal and local ingredients. Enjoy lunch in our comfortable, private booths, dinner in our lively bar or one of our signature burgers out on the patio. Santa Fe Capitol Bar & Grill is the place to be seen in Santa Fe!
3462 Zafarano Dr.
Santa Fe, NM 87507
505-471-6800
Santa Fe Capitol Bar & Gill is THE mainstream restaurant on the Southside. We are focused on offering you warm, genuine hospitality in our stylish and friendly atmosphere. Like nothing you'll find in Santa Fe, our restaurant fuses modern design and comfort. Offering a full bar featuring a 10 tap draft system with local favorites and other popular hand crafted beers as well as a wine list focused on offering you the highest quality wine at an affordable price. We offer outdoor seating and an area for large groups, gatherings or private meetings. Celebrating the foods of America we focus on fresh innovative dishes using only the freshest seasonal and local ingredients. Enjoy lunch in our comfortable, private booths, dinner in our lively bar or one of our signature burgers out on the patio. Santa Fe Capitol Bar & Grill is the place to be seen in Santa Fe!

Visiting Santa Fe > Dine > Asian

Izmi Sushi & Asian Cuisine
MORE FISH less rice! We serve the highest quality seafood in the middle of desert, as well as innovative dishes from our family recipes.
105 E. Marcy St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-412-0491
MORE FISH less rice! We serve the highest quality seafood in the middle of desert, as well as innovative dishes from our family recipes.

Visiting Santa Fe > Dine > Contemporary

Paloma Restaurant
Paloma is a vibrant Mexican restaurant and bar offering fresh interpretations of traditional and modern Mexican food in a comfortable setting. Our corn tortillas are made in house with heirloom corn from Oaxaca. Paloma’s full bar is fun and unpretentious with an emphasis on mezcal.
401 S. Guadalupe Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505 467-8624
Paloma is a vibrant Mexican restaurant and bar offering fresh interpretations of traditional and modern Mexican food in a comfortable setting. Our corn tortillas are made in house with heirloom corn from Oaxaca. Paloma’s full bar is fun and unpretentious with an emphasis on mezcal.
El Meson Restaurant
A great night out. Saffron, fresh seafood, tapas, jamón and paella. Signature dishes from Andalucia, Catalonia, Madrid and the exotic regions of Spain. Live Flamenco, Blues, Tango and Jazz. Sangria, full bar and a fine wine bodega. Highly-trained staff and a chef from Spain—El Mesón has it all.
213 Washington Avenue
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 983-6756
A great night out. Saffron, fresh seafood, tapas, jamón and paella. Signature dishes from Andalucia, Catalonia, Madrid and the exotic regions of Spain. Live Flamenco, Blues, Tango and Jazz. Sangria, full bar and a fine wine bodega. Highly-trained staff and a chef from Spain—El Mesón has it all.
Terra Restaurant
Terra, sourcing the freshest, local ingredients from the region, features contemporary American cuisine while incorporating New Mexican influences. Working directly with local farmers and ranchers, Terra grows herbs and vegetables in the restaurants own garden, showcasing amazing culinary creations at the Chef's Table and Chef's Garden Table.
198 State Road 592
Santa Fe, NM 87506
505-946-5700
Terra, sourcing the freshest, local ingredients from the region, features contemporary American cuisine while incorporating New Mexican influences. Working directly with local farmers and ranchers, Terra grows herbs and vegetables in the restaurants own garden, showcasing amazing culinary creations at the Chef's Table and Chef's Garden Table.
Blue Heron at Sunrise Springs Spa Resort
Dining at Sunrise Springs is a unique experience for all of our guests–whether overnight or day guests. Our Executive Chef, Rocky Durham, embraces the idea that food is a potent elixir for the body and mind. We work closely with local farmers to source seasonally available herbs, fruits, and vegetables to create a selection of vibrant and flavorful modern-American We
242 Los Pinos Rd
Santa Fe, NM 87507
877-977-8212
Dining at Sunrise Springs is a unique experience for all of our guests–whether overnight or day guests. Our Executive Chef, Rocky Durham, embraces the idea that food is a potent elixir for the body and mind. We work closely with local farmers to source seasonally available herbs, fruits, and vegetables to create a selection of vibrant and flavorful modern-American We
Bodega Prime
We are an eclectic American restaurant serving breakfast and lunch Tuesday-Friday, and special brunch-only menus all day Saturday & Sunday. We source our products locally for our organic, scratch to table kitchen. Restaurant, deli, catering and curated renewable home goods for sale: local first, organic always. Take out, take home, and take in.
1291 San Felipe Avenue
Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 303-3535
We are an eclectic American restaurant serving breakfast and lunch Tuesday-Friday, and special brunch-only menus all day Saturday & Sunday. We source our products locally for our organic, scratch to table kitchen. Restaurant, deli, catering and curated renewable home goods for sale: local first, organic always. Take out, take home, and take in.

Visiting Santa Fe > Dine > New Mexican

Casa Chimayo Restaurant
Just a short walk from the plaza, Casa Chimayo is a family owned and operated restaurant where Don Timoteo will welcome you and make you feel like family. The blue corn enchiladas were featured on Chef Guy Fieri's, "Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives". Enjoy authentic New Mexican food, prepared using fresh local ingredients. Relax on the quaint patio, while sipping a hand-crafted agave margarita or one of their local beers on tap. OPEN: MON, WED, THU, FRI, SAT, SUN (CLOSED TUES) HOURS: 12-9pm DAILY, SUNDAY BRUNCH, 12-4pm HAPPY HOUR: 12-5pm
409 West Water St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 428-0391
Just a short walk from the plaza, Casa Chimayo is a family owned and operated restaurant where Don Timoteo will welcome you and make you feel like family. The blue corn enchiladas were featured on Chef Guy Fieri's, "Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives". Enjoy authentic New Mexican food, prepared using fresh local ingredients. Relax on the quaint patio, while sipping a hand-crafted agave margarita or one of their local beers on tap. OPEN: MON, WED, THU, FRI, SAT, SUN (CLOSED TUES) HOURS: 12-9pm DAILY, SUNDAY BRUNCH, 12-4pm HAPPY HOUR: 12-5pm
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.
Tia Sophia's Family Restaurant
Tia Sophia's Family Restaurant, located in Santa Fe's historic downtown, has been serving up traditional Northern New Mexico style favorites since 1975. Locally owned and operated, Tia's prides itself on affordable prices and a kid-friendly atmosphere.
210 W. San Francisco Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 983-9880
Tia Sophia's Family Restaurant, located in Santa Fe's historic downtown, has been serving up traditional Northern New Mexico style favorites since 1975. Locally owned and operated, Tia's prides itself on affordable prices and a kid-friendly atmosphere.
The Pantry Restaurant
Santa Fe's Meeting Place Since 1948! Where New Mexican and Traditional American cuisines meet in a family friendly atmosphere.
1820 Cerrillos Rd
Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-986-0022
Santa Fe's Meeting Place Since 1948! Where New Mexican and Traditional American cuisines meet in a family friendly atmosphere.
El Milagro New Mexican Restaurant
Locally owned and operated. Serving burgers and New Mexican cuisine made from generations of family recipes.
3482-C Zafarano Drive
Santa Fe, NM 87507
505-474-2888
Locally owned and operated. Serving burgers and New Mexican cuisine made from generations of family recipes.
Sazón
Sazon is a fine dining restaurant in Santa Fe, NM that specializes in traditional Mexican cuisine and recently received Open Table's Diner's Choice award and Best top 10 Restaurant in New Mexico. Chef Olea creates sophisticated flavors using Old Mexico’s indigenous and culinary traditions alongside ingredients from around the world. His menu is deliberately small, featuring fresh and locally sourced produce and meats when possible. Sazón can host private parties from 10 to 100 guests.
221 Shelby Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-8604
Sazon is a fine dining restaurant in Santa Fe, NM that specializes in traditional Mexican cuisine and recently received Open Table's Diner's Choice award and Best top 10 Restaurant in New Mexico. Chef Olea creates sophisticated flavors using Old Mexico’s indigenous and culinary traditions alongside ingredients from around the world. His menu is deliberately small, featuring fresh and locally sourced produce and meats when possible. Sazón can host private parties from 10 to 100 guests.

Visiting Santa Fe > Dine > Quick Bites

El Flamenco Restaurant
“EL FLAMENCO” offers the best of Southern Spain in Santa Fe! Authentic Spanish Tapas, a great wine selection and resident flamenco company Antonio Granjero, Estefania Ramirez + Entreflamenco. This restaurant/ cabaret is the 2017 Mayor’s Arts Award winner to the City of Santa Fe. Come and enjoy an unforgettable evening of Tapas, Wine & live performance at El Flamenco!
135 W Palace Ave
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-209-1302
“EL FLAMENCO” offers the best of Southern Spain in Santa Fe! Authentic Spanish Tapas, a great wine selection and resident flamenco company Antonio Granjero, Estefania Ramirez + Entreflamenco. This restaurant/ cabaret is the 2017 Mayor’s Arts Award winner to the City of Santa Fe. Come and enjoy an unforgettable evening of Tapas, Wine & live performance at El Flamenco!

Visiting Santa Fe > Dine > Southwestern

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.

Visiting Santa Fe > Specials

Palace Restaurant and Saloon
Listed first among Top Ten Santa Fe bars in 2013 by the famed Guardian newspaper! Inventive and affordable cuisine with character. Cited as a top stop for great cocktails in Santa Fe publications, visitors and locals alike know The Palace has a New American menu with a range of salads, seafoods, savory dishes and delectable desserts. Steak, lamb, duck and fish dishes are complemented by vegetarian offerings and a lunch and saloon menu that includes burgers, sliders, schnitzel, tacos and sandwiches. Chefs Jen & Evan Doughty fuse international flavors and inspirations with an American comfort vibe to craft healthy, wholesome dishes with a bright, clean palette. In addition to the main dining room and the saloon, The Palace has two outdoor dining areas--vibrant, covered streetside seating in downtown Santa Fe and a hidden gem of a patio, enclosed on four sides. A private dining room is also available. History: Established in 1850 The Palace Saloon is the best surviving representation of the era and atmosphere in which the infamous La Doña Tules held court, and both the powerful and proletariat came to play. There are many stories, truths, half-truths and myths about the powerful and inspirational Doña Maria Gertrudis Barceló, called "La Doña Tules" (tules can refer to a woman's sheer veil, or a thin reed which could have described her willowy frame). What is certain is that she ran a very successful gambling establishment (and, perhaps, offered more intimate diversions upstairs) on or near the site of The Palace during the 1840s and early 1850s.
142 W. Palace Ave
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-428-0690
Listed first among Top Ten Santa Fe bars in 2013 by the famed Guardian newspaper! Inventive and affordable cuisine with character. Cited as a top stop for great cocktails in Santa Fe publications, visitors and locals alike know The Palace has a New American menu with a range of salads, seafoods, savory dishes and delectable desserts. Steak, lamb, duck and fish dishes are complemented by vegetarian offerings and a lunch and saloon menu that includes burgers, sliders, schnitzel, tacos and sandwiches. Chefs Jen & Evan Doughty fuse international flavors and inspirations with an American comfort vibe to craft healthy, wholesome dishes with a bright, clean palette. In addition to the main dining room and the saloon, The Palace has two outdoor dining areas--vibrant, covered streetside seating in downtown Santa Fe and a hidden gem of a patio, enclosed on four sides. A private dining room is also available. History: Established in 1850 The Palace Saloon is the best surviving representation of the era and atmosphere in which the infamous La Doña Tules held court, and both the powerful and proletariat came to play. There are many stories, truths, half-truths and myths about the powerful and inspirational Doña Maria Gertrudis Barceló, called "La Doña Tules" (tules can refer to a woman's sheer veil, or a thin reed which could have described her willowy frame). What is certain is that she ran a very successful gambling establishment (and, perhaps, offered more intimate diversions upstairs) on or near the site of The Palace during the 1840s and early 1850s.
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.
AGAVE Restaurant & Lounge
A hip, sophisticated Santa Fe restaurant & lounge located within Eldorado Hotel & Spa – Santa Fe's premiere Four-Diamond luxury hotel, near the historic Plaza. Our new restaurant and lounge features some of our Old House favorites -including our dry-aged steaks - and exciting new dishes, a wide variety of tequilas, signature drinks and cocktails.
309 W. San Francisco St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-995-4530
A hip, sophisticated Santa Fe restaurant & lounge located within Eldorado Hotel & Spa – Santa Fe's premiere Four-Diamond luxury hotel, near the historic Plaza. Our new restaurant and lounge features some of our Old House favorites -including our dry-aged steaks - and exciting new dishes, a wide variety of tequilas, signature drinks and cocktails.
TerraCotta Wine Bistro
TerraCotta Wine Bistro is a smart, casual restaurant located in the historic district of downtown Santa Fe in a historic 19th century adobe down the street from the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum and the Downtown Plaza. The restaurant features globally-inspired food, wine and beer, utilizing local and regional foods. Voted Top 10 Wine Bars in Santa Fe by USA Today.
304 Johnson Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-989-1166
TerraCotta Wine Bistro is a smart, casual restaurant located in the historic district of downtown Santa Fe in a historic 19th century adobe down the street from the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum and the Downtown Plaza. The restaurant features globally-inspired food, wine and beer, utilizing local and regional foods. Voted Top 10 Wine Bars in Santa Fe by USA Today.
Luminaria Restaurant and Patio
We invite you to dine and discover the flavors of Santa Fe with an inventive Southwestern fare served amid rustic-sleek decor inside the Inn and Spa at Loretto. Luminaria Restaurant and Patio is recognized by locals and visitors alike for its tranquil, inviting setting and inventive, globally inspired menu.
211 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-984-7915
We invite you to dine and discover the flavors of Santa Fe with an inventive Southwestern fare served amid rustic-sleek decor inside the Inn and Spa at Loretto. Luminaria Restaurant and Patio is recognized by locals and visitors alike for its tranquil, inviting setting and inventive, globally inspired menu.

Visiting Santa Fe > Weddings > Venues

Restaurant Martin
The "not to miss" dining spot for Progressive American cuisine from award-winning Chef Martin Rios. A refined, comfortable atmosphere includes Santa Fe's most beautiful patio. Restaurant Martin has been a semi-finalist five times in five years for the James Beard Awards, including "Best New Restaurant in the US" and "Best Chef of the Southwest," Chef has been named "Chef of the Year' by the City of Santa Fe and twice each by the State of NM and the NM Lodging Assoc. and has won Restaurant of the Year 2014 by the Santa Fe Reporter. Chef Rios is the only Chef from NM to ever appear on "Iron Chef America." Open lunch & dinner Tuesday-Friday, dinner Saturday, brunch & dinner Sunday.
526 Galisteo St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505.820.0919
The "not to miss" dining spot for Progressive American cuisine from award-winning Chef Martin Rios. A refined, comfortable atmosphere includes Santa Fe's most beautiful patio. Restaurant Martin has been a semi-finalist five times in five years for the James Beard Awards, including "Best New Restaurant in the US" and "Best Chef of the Southwest," Chef has been named "Chef of the Year' by the City of Santa Fe and twice each by the State of NM and the NM Lodging Assoc. and has won Restaurant of the Year 2014 by the Santa Fe Reporter. Chef Rios is the only Chef from NM to ever appear on "Iron Chef America." Open lunch & dinner Tuesday-Friday, dinner Saturday, brunch & dinner Sunday.
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