Restaurants in Santa Fe

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Santa Fe has a reputation as an art town, but it’s really all about the food. There are more restaurants per capita here than many major cities, and ... Read More

Santa Fe has a reputation as an art town, but it’s really all about the food. There are more restaurants per capita here than many major cities, and to make the cut in this town, a restaurant has to impress. The city has a wide variety of cuisines, but the signature flavor is Southwestern. New Mexican food is its own special entity—a mixture of native ingredients, Spanish recipes, and the distinctively smoky red and green chiles grown in the southern part of the state.

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  • Bodega Prime

    Bodega Prime, a bright, modern breakfast and lunch spot, deli, and retail shop, is the newest project of chef Noela Figueroa. Try a breakfast burger... Read More

  • Café Pasqual's

    This downtown Santa Fe establishment has been around for nearly 40 years, and the organic Mexican and New Mexican cuisine is legendary. Owner and... Read More

  • Dr. Field Goods

    This restaurant is a farm-to-table comfort food haven, and a great place to get both a decadent burger and a lush green salad made with locally farmed... Read More

  • Geronimo

    Geronimo on Canyon Road is a Santa Fe establishment, and arguably the gold standard of Santa Fe fine dining. The elegant and understated restaurant... Read More

  • Jambo Café

    Make the trek down Cerrillos Road to Jambo to fall in love with Afro-Caribbean food. Chef Ahmed Obo hails from Lamu, an island just off the coast of... Read More

  • Paper Dosa

    After garnering a following with a series of 32 consecutive pop-ups, chef Paulraj Karuppasamy and his wife, Nellie Tischler, opened this brick-and... Read More

  • Sazón

    Since 1991, chef Fernando Olea has been cooking his creative Mexican cuisine for Santa Fe’s sophisticated palates. The menu is intentionally small,... Read More

  • Vinaigrette

    For the freshest greens in the desert, visit Erin Wade’s salad wonderland, where a humble handful of locally grown arugula is brightened with goat... Read More

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