Restaurants in New Mexico

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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

The sister restaurant of La Boca, Taberna has a cozy, friendly, local’s vibe and serves pinxtos, which are the Basque version of tapas. I always order... Read More

This beautiful bar north of Santa Fe is a long way to drive for a drink, but the crisp air, open-pit fireplaces, and uninterrupted sunset views are well... Read More

Part roadhouse, part specialty grocer, the market is located just north of the center, in the neighborhood of Tesuque. Refuel with an oven-fired pizza... Read More

Strategically based just a few miles down the road from the start of the Winsor Trail in Tesuque, this restaurant within a wine shop, bakery, and... Read More

One of the best weddings I’ve been to in Santa Fe was held on this property’s Garden Patio, an intimate space filled with a multitude of flowers with an... Read More

The iconic Pink Adobe restaurant, which is housed in a 400-year-old building and has been going strong since 1944, has one undeniably wonderful thing... Read More

This restaurant at the Rancho de San Juan hotel presents sublime Continental cuisine (try the duck-confit timbales with crispy polenta) in an intimate,... Read More

The Shed opened in 1953 and has been family-run by three generations; as such, it has become an institution in Santa Fe dining. Located on Palace Avenue... Read More

In addition to smothering their spicy-sweet “Shed Red” over everything from enchiladas to burritos, the chefs at this downtown institution (which has... Read More

It’s a tourist magnet, but not in a bad way. Whenever I want a delicious silver coin margarita, and to meet people who aren’t from Santa Fe, I head to... Read More

What’s not to love about a bar that’s purportedly haunted by the dead wife of the business magnate who once owned this mansion? I have yet to set eyes... Read More

Farmington’s convivial Three Rivers Eatery & Brewery prepares tender steaks, hickory-smoked ribs, and such finely crafted ales as Chaco Nut... Read More

Open for breakfast and lunch, this downtown family-owned restaurant has a regular clientele that is almost as loyal as its waitstaff, some of whom have... Read More

Right next to the New Mexico Rail Runner train depot, Tomasita’s is the natural next stop for hungry tourists. That’s a good thing—because the chefs... Read More

When politicians come to town for a photo op, they gravitate toward Tomasita’s, a cavernous building just a few steps away from where the New Mexico... Read More

Since it’s moved from its original location a few times, this café no longer sits in an actual tree. But this downtown hub still offers a delicious,... Read More

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