Restaurants in New Mexico

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The green chile stew at this 62-year-old institution is as legendary as its tequila menu. The lean pork and potatoes nicely cut the spice of the whole,... Read More

I admit that I love this funky, 62-year-old institution on Cordova Road the most because of its impossibly long margarita menu, which includes more than... Read More

The convivial restaurant grills the best green-chile cheeseburgers around, plus blue-corn tacos and chicken-fried steaks. Read More

The parking lot of this low-slung, ramshackle spot is almost always full, a testament to its mastery of New Mexico’s culinary sensation: green... Read More

The diminutive pie shop is one of the prizes of Pie Town. Read More

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This traditional restaurant serves classics like chiles rellenos in an old hacienda. Read More

Southwestern comfort foods (chiles rellenos; chimichangas) are the specialties at this cheerful, bustling adobe on Bernalillo’s main drag. Read More

Named for the in-house (friendly) ghost, Rebecca’s at Cloudcroft’s elegant Lodge Resort serves exquisitely prepared Continental fare, like... Read More

If you’re visiting Carlsbad Caverns National Park, avoid the iffy eateries in nearby White’s City and continue to the town of Carlsbad,... Read More

For a quick and satisfying bite, stop by this unassuming gem, where all of the food is house-made, from the smoothies and brownies to the Panini and... Read More

Anyone who believes that breads, cinnamon rolls, scones, muffins, and cupcakes can’t taste good without gluten needs to eat here—they’ll be proved... Read More

Just a five-minute walk from the Plaza, Ristra serves French cuisine with Southwestern accents. The Victorian-style adobe house is decorated with earth... Read More

Refuel after a vigorous workout on the slopes with wild boar chiles rellenos, mesquite-grilled pork, and other southwestern specialties at the Roasted... Read More

With a breezy courtyard patio and four interior dining rooms with fireplaces and low-slung ceilings, this 19th-century adobe is an ideal spot in both... Read More

Order a burrito bowl and listen as public radio goddess Mary-Charlotte Domandi broadcasts interviews from her table. Read More

Asian- and S.western-inflected restaurant. Santacafe is in the historic home of 19th-century priest and politician José Manuel Gallegos, New... Read More

Whatever secret ingredient the bartender adds to his Agave Way margarita, beyond red grapes, New Mexico green chile, Espolón Reposado tequila, lime... Read More

Rescued and restored in 2005 following years of neglect, the Shaffer Hotel is one of the state’s rare remaining Pueblo–Art Deco structures.... Read More

Order the triumvirate of decadence: A hormone-free, antibiotic-free, sirloin burger on a fresh, hot buttered bun, hand-cut shoestring fries, and an... Read More

For outstanding steaks and Taos’s most amazing sunset views. Read More

Fresh-baked croissants and other snacks are on hand at this airy new café in one of the Railyard District’s original brick warehouses. Read More

Self-taught pastry chef Melinda Gipson opened this treat shop in a handsome little adobe right next to the Georgia O’Keefe Museum. Warning: Not all of... Read More

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