Restaurants in Santa Fe

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I love the Agave Lounge precisely because it feels like it doesn’t belong in Santa Fe. With sleek, long leather couches and a fireplace straight out of... Read More

In early 2006, Santa Fe's most celebrated chef, Martin Rios, left his post at the relatively prosaic Eldorado Hotel to take over the kitchen at the... Read More

There’s not a lot of indoor space in this bar, which is a large part of its appeal. When it’s empty you can carry on an interesting conversation with... Read More

Steeped in Ayurvedic tradition, and offering an all-vegetarian menu, Annapurna—a Sanskrit word meaning “complete food”—serves gluten-free veggie dishes,... Read More

Located along the Santa Fe River, Contemporary American restaurant Aqua Santa is an unusually small restaurant in which the kitchen and dining room... Read More

There are two reasons to drive all the way to this restaurant nestled in the rolling hills of the luxurious Camino la Tierra neighborhood. First, Chef... Read More

Located near Santa Fe Plaza, the Cafe Ecco Espresso and Gelato serves hand-pulled espresso drinks, spicy hot chocolate, deli sandwiches, pastries, and... Read More

Filled with contemporary artwork (for sale) and generally packed to the gills, Pasqual's is one of those restaurants that locals brave only during off... Read More

Tight, cozy, informal, and always bustling, Café Pasquals is the kind of place where you’ll want to take a first date, especially if you think you’ll... Read More

Easy to overlook in a strip mall on Cerrillos Road, Cafe Castro's is frequented by locals for their simple New Mexican food. The cafe is decorated in... Read More

A large cake jutting from the top of the building marks this popular café in the downtown historic district. Inside, the no-frills space is... Read More

Located near the Railyard Park on Cerrillos Road, Chicago Dog Express sells authentic Vienna beef hot dogs from their food cart situated under the... Read More

Tucked between the art galleries of Canyon Road and the historic neighborhood of Acequia Madre, the Downtown Subscription coffeeshop is frequented by... Read More

This Canyon Road institution is at its best at the height of summer when you can grab a small table outside and watch half the city walk by. El Farol... Read More

Spanish chef David Huerta learned most of his recipes from his grandmother. Combine his Andalusian-style tapas with the new bar, where live music,... Read More

Flamenco guitarist Joaquin Gallegos, who El Meson bills as “Passionate, Soulful Flamenco Guitar,” will not disappoint. He along with other local... Read More

With northern New Mexico locations in Santa Fe, Pojoaque, Española, and Los Alamos, El Parasol serves up a terrific menu of red chile-smothered tostadas... Read More

There is no better place in the world to fuel a dawn ski odyssey than El Parasol, which has at least three locations on the way to Taos Ski Valley—one... Read More

Located in the luxury resort La Posada de Santa Fe, Fuego restaurant looks like a high-end hacienda, with tall, dark-wood-beamed ceilings, iron... Read More

A tribute to the world-famous artist whose name is almost synonymous with New Mexico, Georgia opened earlier this summer in a century-old brick building... Read More

Located amidst the galleries of Canyon Road, Geronimo is housed in the 1756 adobe Borrego House. The white walls and tablecloths and brown leather... Read More

This restaurant’s high-backed leather chairs, white linen tablecloths, and crackling fire add extra elegance and import to anniversaries and other... Read More

Get away from the tourist crowd at this convivial roadhouse, where locals meet to tuck into creative, reasonably priced comfort chow. The multi-roomed... Read More

It’s tough to stick to the red- or green-chile New Mexico party line at this south-of-town café, because Harry’s eclectic menu includes flavors that... Read More

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