211 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 988-5531

Luminaria Restaurant and the Living Room
Join us for fine dining in Santa Fe and experience our exceptional cuisine, signature drinks, and expansive wine selections in Luminaria Restaurant and Patio and The Living Room which include:

  • Luminaria's "Early Evening" menu offered each evening from 5:00 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.
  • The Living Room's "Happy Hour and a Half" from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. nightly.
  • The Living Room's "Reverse Food Happy Hour" offered from 9:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. nightly.

For the Love of Food
People who love food love Santa Fe, New Mexico dining. Here, food is an art form designed to stimulate all the senses through flavor, aroma, texture and presentation. Our culinary team uses the very freshest local and organic ingredients, because we strongly support our community, purchase fruits, vegetables, and spices from local farmers and prime grades of meat from regional ranchers. Luminaria's menu focuses on a truly sustainable approach to Innovative Santa Fe Cuisine.

Award of Excellence - Wine Spectator Magazine (2009 - 2012)
The Award of Excellence is given to restaurants whose wine lists offer a carefully chosen selection of "quality producers, along with a thematic match to the menu in both price and style." In addition to this recognition, Luminaria is dedicated to vineyards that pay respect to, and lessen, our footprint on the environment. Wines that fit into this category have been designated on our wine menu with a destination earth logo leaf.

About the Chef
Chef Sparman brings twelve years of expertise to Luminaria Restaurant and Patio. Having worked in Texas' most respected restaurants, Sparman has carried his passion of cooking to Santa Fe, New Mexico. His work in varied kitchens lends him great flexibility in creatingInnovative Santa Fe Cuisine that is new, stimulating, and delicious

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Museum Hill Cafe

706 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
(505) 984-8900


Fresh and bursting with flavor is what Museum Hill Café has to offer. Serving the Santa Fe area, we provide great tasting food that's prepared fresh with the highest quality of ingredients. Treat yourself today with a meal from our delicious menu. At Museum Hill Café you are sure to enjoy the great atmosphere, friendly service, and affordable prices.

Take your taste buds on an unforgettable journey at Museum Hill Café

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Old House Restaurant

309 West San Francisco Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 995-4530


The Old House, One Of The Best Santa Fe Restaurants Year In And Year Out
When you dine at the Old House, the Santa Fe Plaza restaurant that Zagat honored as New Mexico's best, you know it's going to be a special experience. Featuring dry-aged rib eye steaks, enjoy contemporary global cuisine featuring the freshest seasonal and regional ingredients from nearby artisan farms.

About the Chef
Executive Chef Anthony Smith, Creatively Melding the Freshest Seasonal and Regional Ingredients

Anthony Smith, a London-born, soccer-loving chef is in command of the kitchens at Eldorado Hotel & Spa in Santa Fe. As Executive Chef, Smith oversees the kitchen of the award-winning Old House restaurant; all food and beverage operations for 20,000-square-feet of meetings and function space, including Santa Fe's largest ballroom as well as room service for the 219-room hotel. Melding the freshest seasonal and regional ingredients, Chef Smith expertly creates dishes that please and satisfy the palate.

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Palace Restaurant and Saloon

142 W. Palace Ave, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 428-0690

The legendary Palace Restaurant and Saloon is destination for visitors to Santa Fe and a local hotspot. The welcoming decor, where traditional Victorian style merges with the Spanish Colonial aesthetic of New Mexico in the wild west of the 1850s provides a distinct atmosphere for elegant dining and relaxed bar fare.

The saloon, with its red, flocked velvet wallpaper recalls the era of La Doña Tules and the gambling halls and saloons of yesteryear. The dining room combines classic elegance–chandeliers, historic photographs, tasteful art to create a comfortable, lively space for an unforgettable meal.

The food is inventive New American cuisine with character under the guidance of a dedicated family of professionals working hard to ensure that every experience at The Palace is worth remembering. The wine and cocktail menus are a lot like Santa Fe–a journey into old world charm with a number of delightful surprises in store for the adventurous.

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Pink Adobe

406 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 983-7712


The Pink Adobe was established in 1944 by Rosalea Murphy. Known affectionately by locals as "The Pink," the restaurant has grown into a local and national landmark since its humble beginnings serving Dobe Burgers, French onion soup, and hot apple pie.

The Pink is located in the center of the historic Barrio de Analco across the street from the San Miguel Mission, which is considered the oldest church in the United States. The restaurant was given its name by Rosalea because of the rose color of the house that is home to the Pink....

For over 50 years Rosalea filled her days using her talents and energy to create a unique flavor, décor and personality that makes this restaurant so special. After Rosalea's passing in 2000, Rosalea's family has continued to honor her work and legacy by keeping The Pink Adobe true to her vision.

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Restaurant Martin

526 Galisteo Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 820-0919


Restaurant Martin is the embodiment of a of a 20-year dream to create the perfect balance of refined and comfortable. Chef Martin Rios, and his wife, Jennifer, envisioned a certain ambiance where people from the community as well as Santa Fe’s many visitors could enjoy Chef Rios’ award-winning progressive American cuisine. Martin and Jennifer are long-time Santa Fean’s with a commitment to locality – Martin volunteers for Cooking with Kids, and Jennifer is president of The Horse Shelter. This family-owned restaurant caters not only to well-heeled tourists, but to their friends and family. Chef Rios, a native of Guadalajara, grew up in Santa Fe starting in the restaurant business as a 17-year-old dishwasher, eventually working his way up to executive chef at several restaurants and hotels. Chef Rios received his formal training at the Culinary Institute of America and supplemented that with experience and training in some of the world’s most honored restaurants and with well-known culinary masters.

Chef Rios has been repeatedly honored for his innovative and pleasing combinations of flavors, colors and presentation. His unique style emphasizes fresh, local produce and organic meats and poultry, and reflects not only Southwestern and Asian influences but also his classic training in French technique. His list of accolades include the following:

  • Semi-finalist for the 2010 James Beard “Best New Restaurant in the US” Award
  • Semi-finalist for the 2011, 2012 & 2013 “Best Chef of the Southwest” Awards Appearing on the Cooking Channel’s 2012 season of “United Tastes of America”
  • Appearing on the BBC America’s 2012 season of “Chef Race: UK vs. US”
  • Named one of SAVEUR Magazine’s 2012 top 25 Nation-Wide “Tastemakers”
  • Featured in the 2008 season of Iron Chef America
  • The only chef from New Mexico to have won the Robert Mondavi Culinary Award of Excellence
  • Under his leadership the Old House Restaurant was listed by Zagat’s Restaurant Survey as the best dining experience in New Mexico, and one of the best restaurants in the United States.
  • Chef of the Year by the City of Santa Fe
  • Chef of the Year twice by the State of New Mexico
  • Chef of the Year twice by the New Mexico Lodger’s Association
  • Named “Celebrated Chef” by the National Pork Council Featured in the Bon Appétit Magazine cover story “The American Restaurant: Our Favorite Places.”
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Rio Chama Steakhouse

414 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 955-0765

Located just off the Santa Fe Plaza and near the state capitol, Rio Chama serves the finest prime and choice dry aged steaks, chops and seafood. Beyond the unassuming entrance on Old Santa Fe Trail, you will find a mix of intimate dining rooms with kiva fireplaces, a lively bar scene, peaceful courtyard dining and a relaxing patio bar. Rio Chama combines great food, premium wine and spirits, warm ambiance and a friendly, professional staff with dining options for all occasions. Rio Chama appeals to both locals and visitors alike.

Rio Chama is located in the oldest neighborhood in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the Barrio de Analco, which literally means “neighborhood on the other side of the river.”

In 2001, Rio Chama opened its doors to the public and is under the leadership of Executive Chef Russell Thornton. Since 2001, Rio Chama has undergone a tremendous amount of construction, conceptual change, and expansion. The original incarnation of the restaurant included the bar and the dining room and in the summer, the courtyard and patio.

In 2005, we acquired an additional building formerly belonging to Cristoff’s in order to accommodate larger groups. We have affectionately named this space the Baca House in honor of long-time employee, Patricia Baca, whose grandparents owned the house, where she used to sometimes spend the night as a child.

2006 was the year Rio Chama renovated the room next to the Baca House in order to add the Humidor--the only public cigarette and cigar bar in Santa Fe. In addition to the Humidor, Rio Chama began large-scale construction of two new spaces in the main facility: the President’s Room and the Abiquiú Room.

These spaces were put into operation in September 2007, The President’s Room is a banquet room with seating for up to 120 people which has been host to many prestigious guests, including Bill Richardson and Mikhail Gorbachev.

Our Abiquiú Room, a private 36-seat wine cellar, opened at the same time. The room features a private collection of Georgia O’Keefe photos done by her personal photographer, Malcolm Varon. The first wine dinner to be held in the room was the Heitz Cellars wine dinner in 2007. In 2008, we hosted Domaine Serene, of Oregon's Willamette Valley. The Abiquiú Room has also hosted the Clio Awards Dinners for the past two years.

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Rooftop Cantina at Coyote Cafe

132 West Water, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 983-1615

Coyote Café has earned an international reputation for bringing innovative Southwestern cuisine to the international stage since 1987.

The Coyote Café has been a Santa Fe institution since its inception in 1987. It was founded by celebrity Chef Mark Miller. Chef Miller helped to bring modern southwestern cuisine to the forefront. In January of 2008 Chef Miller sold the restaurant to his General Manager Tori Mendes, his sommelier Quinn Stephenson, and Chef Eric DiStefano.

Chef DiStefano has brought a fresh perspective to the Coyote Café. His signature Elk Tenderloin and Fiery Hot and Sweet Mexican White Prawns have become classics at the Coyote Café.

Coyote Rooftop Cantina
Summer months only from
11:30AM to Close.

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Rooftop Pizzeria

60 East San Francisco Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 984-0008

Welcome to Rooftop Pizzeria in Santa Fe!
It has been said that the label “Pizzeria” is not adequate to describe the culinary experience awaiting you at the Rooftop. Our contemporary dining room takes you to San Francisco or New York, and our patio perches you in position to watch the street life below or take in a spectacular Santa Fe sunset. From the first bite of our thin crust gourmet pizza you will be one step closer in your quest for pizza perfection. But pizza is not the only delicacy on our menu – start your meal off with an interesting and delicious selection of antipasti and salads – and our lasagna and pasta dishes are wonderful as well. Our wine list features over 20 wines by the glass and we have some of New Mexico’s best microbrews on tap along with other quality beers. Take the elevator or climb the stairs to the top of the Santa Fe Arcade shopping center – on the Water Street side – come up to the Rooftop!

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Santa Fe Bar & Grill

187 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 982-3033


Coming to you from the San Francisco St. Bar & Grill team...

Our newest creation, the Santa Fe Bar & Grill, opened its doors in June of 2002. Evolving the "casual American bistro" menu of San Francisco St., the Santa Fe Bar & Grill creates a new contemporary interpretation of Southwest-style bar & grill cuisine, infusing indigenous foods such as squash, corn, pintos & chiles with fresh local spices and condiments The restaurant's striking atmosphere and reasonable pricing have quickly established it as a popular spot with locals and visitors alike.

Tastes of Santa Fe
An open kitchen reveals a long bank of grills and open flame broilers, bustling our tradition-inspired creations of grilled steaks, meats & fresh seafood. A gas-fired rotisserie roasts seasoned whole chickens. Homemade red & green chile sauces spice traditional enchiladas while serrano, poblano, & jalapeno chilies, along with cilantro, garlic and onions bring to life fish & steak tacos, pastas, soups and sandwiches. The Prime-aged "baseball cut" sirloin comes served with poblano chile rajas and red chile onion rings.

The Décor
Interior design incorporates the hand-tooled Bar and authentic furniture by Esteban Chapital of Puebla, Mexico. Antique copper and ceramic pots are displayed above vibrant still life paintings created byartist, Ricardo Montes Salcido of Guadalajara. Click here for a virtual tour.

The Bar
The bar at Santa Fe Bar & Grill seats fifteen, while bancos and small tables tuck guests into surrounding corners to meet with friends. The back bar, constructed from old mesquite doors and covered with a stamped tin ceiling, provides an authentic backdrop to enjoy a margarita. Eight draft beers are available on tap featuring local & regional microbrews. Sixteen wines are available by the glass. Our tequila and Margarita list offer the classic Mexican & Santa Fe cocktails, featuring a broad selection of Mexico's more unique tequilas.

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Santa Fe Bite

311 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 982-0544


The Famous Green Chile Cheeseburgers are back! John and Bonnie Eckre, formerly of Bobcat Bite, are taking their food to the next level at the new Santa Fe Bite located inside Garrett's Desert Inn on Old Santa Fe Trail. In addition to their savory Green Chile Cheeseburgers, Santa Fe Bite features fresh tacos, fish and chips, sandwiches, a choice of French or sweet potato fries and a little something they like to call 'The Big Bite' that comes with a side of buttery garlic bread. Creamy milkshakes and homemade lemonade are just some of the sweet treats popping up on their new menu.

Santa Fe Bite opens at 11am during the week which means early birds can sample tasty Breakfast menu offerings like hot cornmeal pancakes with maple syrup, brioche French toast with maple caramel sauce and house-made biscuits with Mom's gravy. Spend a leisurely Sunday outside at Santa Fe Bite. The new Brunch menu includes eggs benedict, frittatas and huevos rancheros.

The downtown location seats 80 people inside and 36 outside, accepts credit cards and is open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m. (breakfast) to 9 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. (brunch) to 5 p.m. Sunday. We are closed on Monday.

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231 Washington Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 984-1788


Described as a Southwestern Bistro and a Santa Fe landmark, Santacafé has been inspiring guests with awe-inspiring fine dining and an upbeat attitude since 1983. Nestled in a 19th Century historical abode, the restaurant has four candlelit dining rooms complete with corner fireplaces and charming ceilings.

The O’Keeffe inspired outdoor patio provides ample seating and provides a casual and intimate surrounding for Santa Fe’s “power” lunch crowd. Santacafé features New American cuisine with a contemporary Southwesternstyle and an elegant presentation. Offerings such as Tiger Prawn Tempura with Red Chile Sweet & Sour, Grilled Filet Mignon with Serrano Chile Butter, House-made Coffee Ice Cream with Piñon Crisps, Green Chile Country Mashed Potatoes, and Fish ‘n Chips with Southwestern Tartar Sauce, are just a few of our delicious surprises that have drawn accolades from publications such as The New York Times, Gourmet, Bon Appetit, and The Wall Street Journal.

Frequented by the famous and infamous, the Santacafé patio has some of the best people-watching Santa Fe has to offer! During high season, our courtyard, protected by a sun canopy, becomes one of the most coveted locales in Santa Fe.

Santacafé is also pleased to offer free parking in our lot, accessible from Washington Avenue.

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204 Montezuma Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 989-4200


'I found this place about five years ago by accident while trying to find my way by car around the plaza area in Santa Fe. They have very consistent, gourmet food on their buffet and their soups and desserts are wonderful. You can get in and out of there very quickly (they always have parking right outside the door) with five star food to boot. Plus it is very quite and the family that runs it is very kind and will get you anything you need often without asking - if I forget to get water they bring it immediately. My favorite cinnamon roll is made daily here - they serve it iced or not iced. Yes, Whoo's doughnuts and pastries are amazing and Clafoutis's cinnamon roll is fantastic too. But I just like theirs; it is made apparently with croissant dough, but it seems to be a mix of that and of regular cinnamon bread dough and it is massive in size. They have three choices of soups that change daily and are not over salted. I had the cream of broccoli a few months back and still think of it - it is hare to believe a cream of broccoli soup could be that memorable. You help yourself and pay per pound -- it is quite expensive, that is the only catch. They also have deli sandwiches, which I have never had, but they are beautifully made and seem large. I think this place caters to the state capital crowd as they are situated right next to it - like some of the food carts. The price of the buffet goes down by 30% at 3:15-3:30 and 50% from 3:30-3:45 it is (if there is anything left). My children like the chicken which is served with various white wine sauces and meatloaf and mashed potatoes that are often on the buffet.'

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Second Street Brewery

1814 Second Street , Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
(505) 982-3030


1607 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 989-3278


The Second Street brewery staff works hard to present a neighborhood brewpub that is welcoming to all local residents and visitors alike. Here you can enjoy a fine handcrafted ale or lager with the delightful company of others….a place where truly everyone knows your name. Come on in for some classic pub fare and what we think is the best beer in all of New Mexico. We’ll see you here.

Second Street Brewery has been open since December 6, 1996.

We brew beer with the bright rich complex and satisfying flavors that you can only get from a fresh handcrafted product. We use a 10 barrel (30 gallon) system. 80% of our hops and barley come from the Pacific Northwest and the other 20% from Germany and England. Thanks to you and all the many loyal patrons we have sold approximately 3,120,800 pints of beer since opening! That equals over 50 pints for each person living in Santa Fe.

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Staab House

330 East Palace Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 986-0000


A Cozy Santa Fe Cocktail Bar
Serving signature cocktails and standout small plates, The Staab House is among the best bars in Santa Fe. Housed in a 19th-century mansion and staffed by a team of master mixologists, the bar offers live entertainment most evenings in addition to the Historic Plaza area's most creative drinks.

Reservations are not required at The Staab House.

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315 Restaurant and Wine Bar

315 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 986-9190


315 Restaurant & Wine Bar has been home to Chef Louis Moskow since 1995. First as partner, and four years later as Executive Chef and Owner, Moskow was determined to offer native Santa Feans and savvy visitors a truly French experience in a city overflowing with Southwestern cuisine.

315 is an elegant, intimate restaurant serving classically prepared French cuisine complemented by Moskow's seasonally-driven global wine list. Weather your looking for a casual evening with bar snacks or a full on tasting menu with wine pairings for each course or anything in between.

We are very excited to still be getting some of our produce from the farmers market. We're going back to our roots and the very foundation of what put 315 on the map. Classic French cuisine in a relaxed setting with beautiful French wines by the glass carefully chosen by Chef Louis Moskow.

Moskow's cuisine, classically prepared with time-honored techniques, is given a contemporary twist as a result of his commitment to using only the freshest meats, produce, dairy products, herbs and spices. His interpretations are evident in such updated classics as squash-blossom beignets and beautifully prepared soft shell crabs. Fresh local lamb also makes a regular appearance on his impressive menu.

You won't find a seasonal, monthly or weekly menu here (although a few customer favorites, including seared duck breast with potato galette, ribbon vegetables and dried cherry sauce; french onion soup; and country paté are available year-round). Each and every day, Moskow offers inventive dishes, determined solely by the best the market has to offer. These daily specials might include steamed grouper with baby bok choy, citrus herb salad and wild rice blend; house cured salmon with potato pancake, and cucumber, horseradish and beet salad; lobster ravioli with English peas, asparagus and sauce American; and soft shell crabs (in season). Fabulous homemade desserts, including lemon crepes, flourless chocolate cake, creme brulee, chocolate pot de creme, poached pears, and profiteroles are worth a visit in and of themselves.

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Amaya Restaurant

1501 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 955-7805


Amaya at Hotel Santa Fe The Hacienda and Spa, mixes classic technique, contemporary flair, and fresh seasonal ingredients from the cold rivers of Alaska to the Great Plains. Chef Patrick Kline selects superb ingredients and weave them together in a style that is both ancient and contemporary. Amaya highlights local pueblo and Northern New Mexican influences, as well as regional foods from around the U.S. The casual, inviting atmosphere keeps the focus on fine food and conversation. In winter, relax inside by our roaring fire, or in the summer, dine on our patio surrounded by beautiful outdoor gardens with a traditional teepee/tipi, hummingbird feeders, birdhouse, and amazing mountain views.

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Anasazi Restaurant

113 Washington Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 988-3236


The Anasazi Restaurant and Bar offers a classic example of Santa Fe fine dining. The rustic decor welcomes guests into a space that is distinctly Southwestern and accented throughout with tasteful displays of regional artistry. The menu celebrates American cuisine, in particular New Mexico cuisine, and is infused with fresh seasonal and regional ingredients, leading to a menu with great variety. Signature dishes include Duck Enchilada Molé, Diver Scallops and Kurobuta Pork Belly, Achiote Grilled Salmon, Grilled Elk Tenderloin and Angus Beef Duet with Diablo Sauce.

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Atrisco Cafe & Bar

193 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 983-7401


We are your neighborhood cafe!

  • Delicious New Mexican food
  • Local-friendly prices
  • Locally grown ingredients

The Atrisco Cafe & Bar is a friendly, neighborhood New Mexican restaurant. Our philosophy is simple recipes, fresh ingredients, and friendly service. We cater to the tastes of Santa Feans who love authentic New Mexican chile, but also offer a small but carefully crafted selection of American dishes such as burgers with house-cut fries, Southwest Chicken Salad, and Meat Loaf. When possible, we purchase New Mexico grown ingredients, including all-natural grass-fed ground beef, lamb, red and green chile, honey, and vegetables when in season.

About Atrisco Cafe & Bar
My name is George Gundrey and I opened the Atrisco Cafe & Bar with the hope of providing good food in a friendly environment. Atrisco Cafe & Bar is a third generation family restaurant with its roots at the corner of Atrisco Boulevard and Central Avenue in Albuquerque. It was here from the 1940s to the 1970s that my grandmother, Sophia, operated the Central Cafe. My mother, Georgia, and her siblings grew up working at the Central Cafe in the Atrisco barrio. There they developed a love of chile while learning how to run a great restaurant. The Atrisco Cafe & Bar benefits from the wisdom of my mother, my father, Richard, and my aunts and uncles, as they owned and operated the Mayflower Cafe, Tomasita’s, Richard’s Horseman’s Haven, Tia Sophia’s, and Diego’s. For over 40 years, our family has relied on simple recipes, quality ingredients, and friendly service.

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Cowgirl Bbq

319 S Guadalupe, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 982-2565


Since 1993, the Cowgirl has been serving up righteous barbecue, regional American cuisine, and a whole lot more at its Railyard location near downtown Santa Fe. The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Cowboys and Indians Magazine and Outside magazine have all raved about the Cowgirl restaurant offerings and recent features on Rachel Ray’s Forty Dollars a Day, and on the Heat Seekers TV show have added to the Cowgirl’s kudos. And of course, locals just love dining at the Cowgirl as evidenced by multiple years of Best of Santa Fe awards from the SF Reporter’s Readers’ Poll!

BBQ and beyond! Whether you dine from our regional American seasonal specials or enjoy one of the mainstays of our classic menu, you’ll be sure to get a lovingly prepared, wholesome meal made from scratch. From all-natural steaks to vegetarian specialties, to house-made deserts – you’ll find just what you need on the Cowgirl menu.

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Del Charro Saloon

101 West Alameda, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 954-0320


Del Charro has gained a reputation for its stimulating libations and light bar food. Readers of the Santa Fe Reporter recently voted Del Charro Second Place for: Best Spot for Happy Hour and Best Local Affordable Dining, as well as Third Place for Best Margaritas and Best Cocktails. So saddle up and bend an elbow at the Del Charro!

We love keeping up with our hombres. If you can’t stop by, gather up at Facebook – we’d love to have you. If you think you’re tough enough to be Mayor of our fine establishment, jump on Foursquare with your fancy phone and check in. There might be a surprise or two waitin’.

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El Farol

808 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 983-9912


El Farol means “warmth” and “light”—a perfect place to gather with friends & family. We are a Spanish restaurant that specializes in tapas, which are small portions of delectable foods that are served in groupings & meant to be shared. We offer a unique dining experience, one that is thoroughly enjoyable & deliciously satisfying. We also offer music and entertainment nightly. Your experience will be, as the Spanish say, Ah! Divino!

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El Meson

213 Washington Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 983-6756


A "Mesón" is a typical Spanish Bistro, rustically decorated, serving hearty food and wine.

The popularity of the cuisine of Spain has exploded on the international arena. For the last 15 years, El Mesón has championed the traditional flavors and methods of Spanish Cuisine in Santa Fe. Tapas, paella, fine wines & live music are at the core of El Mesón. Refined, yet also relaxed, an evening at this Santa Fe restaurant is as close as you can get to a night in Madrid itself. Nowhere else in Santa Fe can you find a more classic representation of the ingredients, preparations and flavors of Spain than El Mesón. So much so, that El Mesón is recommended by the Consulate of Spain for quality and authenticity.

Many influences have played a part in Santa Fe's wonderful and unique culture; Native Americans, Spain, Mexico and the United States have all left their unique impressions. Spain's influence in today's Santa Fe remains pervasive and visible. That is why Chef Huertas, who's lived and worked all over the world insists, "There is no other place I'd prefer to have my restaurant. El Mesón is a living connection to part of Santa Fe's cultural history."

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4 Banana Lane, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506
(505) 455-7000


Gabriel's, serving food of the Southwest and Old Mexico, is considered one of the best Mexican and Southwestern restaurants in New Mexico. The personal attention to service and food is what makes Gabriel's special. Little touches add so much to your dining experience, such as fresh guacamole made at your table, margaritas made with freshly squeezed limes and gold tequila, and handmade corn tortillas. Our spacious patio with its fountains, colorful flowers and spectacular view is a diner's delight on one of our many, warm and sunny Santa Fe days.

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Harry's Roadhouse

96 B Old Las Vegas Hwy, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
(505) 989-4629


Whether it’s breakfast, dessert, or a hearty dinner, come try Harry’s Roadhouse! From the Blue Cornmeal Waffles to the Chocolate Bread Pudding and the Catfish PoBoy to the famous Turkey Meatloaf, this is down home, delicious food with a hearty flair and lots of personality. If you’re looking for an authentic taste of Santa Fe, there’s no better place to get it than Harry’s.

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Jinja Asian Cafe

510 N. Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 982-4321

We're really proud of what we do here, and we're especially proud of what we do in the kitchen. Our founders travelled the U.S. and the Pacific Rim with the insanely talented Chef Paul Liu tasting new flavors and experiencing unique and beautiful coastal ingredients. They then spent a long time creating and perfecting the very special, truly inspired dishes on our menus. Chefs Marianne and Fernando approach each new menu idea with the same care, skill and inspiration today.

And even more important to us than the way our food tastes is the quality of ingredients we use, such as: 100% organic, non-gmo tofu; gluten-free tamari (a really lovely soy sauce made without wheat); the freshest, highest quality seafood and meats; and the most vibrant fruits and vegetables available. All of our dipping sauces and marinades are made from scratch--never with preservatives or msg and never out of a bottle. It's all ours all the time.

We also take great care with food allergies. We've recently recreated many of our dishes so they may be made gluten-free or vegetarian--look for the symbols on your menu and tell your server you would like it GF or vegetarian. If you have any kind of food allergy or intolerance at all (many of our dishes are made with peanuts, soy or fish sauce), please alert your server as soon as you're seated so they can work closely with you and the chefs to prepare a meal for you that is not only delicious, but one you can eat with peace of mind and good health.

Food allergy or not, you're going to have a lot of fun putting together your next Lunch or Dinner at Jinja: most of our entrées are now offered as either small or large plates, so you can mix and match your favorite dishes and take care of all your cravings, or sit down to a nice hearty plate all to yourself. Pair your savory selections with one of our vintage cocktails or excellent margaritas—all made with fresh juices and premium libations—and you'll have yourself a meal you're going to be remembering for a while...

It takes a lot of work, focus and commitment to make fresh from-scratch food like ours every day, but we love it--it's what we do best.

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530 S. Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 988-7222

Great food, awesome cocktails and all your favorite sports come together at JUNCTION, your local favorite. Located on Guadalupe Street in the Santa Fe Railyard.

All roads lead to JUNCTION, the perfect place to meet friends for good food and a great time–day or night! Great food, awesome cocktails and all your favorite sports come together at JUNCTION, your local favorite sports bar and restaurant!

JUNCTION’s family friendly atmosphere and classic–yet creative–American Cuisine is sure to please. Our bold cocktails, local brews, eclectic wine list, and friendly staff await your visit.

Sporting events look great on our eleven HD flat screen TV’s including an 83″ screen in the center of the bar. We carry all the professional and college sports packages so you can catch your team in action. Stop by JUNCTION, your local favorite!

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La Cantina at La Casa Sena

125 E. Palace Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 988-9232

Come dine with us in our historic adobe, while our singing wait staff entertain you with the best of Broadway, Jazz and much more.

Enjoy Chef Patrick Gharritys New American West cuisine while listening to some of the area's most incredible talent in a warm and intimate environment.

Music Nightly from 6pm until Close - featuring music from all genres and accompanied by some of Santa Fe's most accomplished pianists.

Check for special shows - Past shows have included songs from:

Rent, The Producers, That 70's Show, A Night with the Beatles, and Cantina Divas.

Our singers have been featured in media across the country, including USA Today, and many others.

Come see why a visit to the Cantina is a must for locals and visitors alike.

Need to get out of the heat, enjoy lunch or a cocktail in the cantina from 11 until close. Catch a game on one of our HD TV's or enjoy or free wifi.

Monday - Wednesday 11am-9pm
Thursday - Sunday 11am-10pm

La Cantina’s Singing Wait Staff performs Daily at 6:00pm

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La Posada De Santa Fe Resort & Spa

330 East Palace Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 986-0000


Welcome to New Mexico's premier resort, where the rich history of the Southwest meets modern amenities and upscale comforts. Set on six beautifully landscaped acres just steps from Santa Fe's Historic Plaza, La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa surrounds guests with local artwork, adobe architecture and luxurious casita-style accommodations unmatched at other resorts in Santa Fe.

The allure of our luxury Santa Fe resort stretches beyond our unique rooms and artful suites to a holistic, locally inspired experience. The Gallery Collection -- our professionally curated art program -- celebrates established American artists who create with the spirit of the Southwest in mind and at heart. Our full-service spa and salon provides an array of rejuvenating and relaxing treatments, administered by expert practitioners. Many of our 26 buildings date back to the 1800s, including the historic Staab House, home to its namesake cocktail bar and Fuego Restaurant.

La Posada de Santa Fe Spa & Salon
Locally inspired therapies, expertly applied treatments, and indigenous products set La Posada de Santa Fe Spa & Salon apart from other spas in Santa Fe. Housed in a soothing setting, including classic adobe architecture and enchanting decor, our luxury provides holistic health and wellness services, including a full-service salon, fitness center, saline pool, yoga classes, personal training and private yoga sessions.

Features at Our Full-Service Santa Fe Spa:

  • Relaxing treatments and salon services
  • State-of-the-art fitness center (24 hours)
  • Eucalyptus steam room
  • 4,500 square feet of luxurious day spa space
  • Four massage rooms
  • Two facial rooms
  • Two spa wet rooms
  • Heated saline outdoor pool and whirlpool
  • Rooftop terrace with garden and mountain views
  • Weekend yoga classes
  • Relaxation lounge
  • Personal training and individual yoga sessions (by appointment)
  • Valet parking
  • Poolside Grill & Patio, serving sandwiches, salads and refreshments

Discuss treatments and services at our luxury spa in Santa Fe in detail by calling (505) 954-9630.

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Lulu's Chinese

3011 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507
(505) 473-9898


"After moving to NM from So. Cal, I was really disappointed with the Chinese food in this state. I had pretty much given up on it. I saw this place with a grand opening sign up and figured it couldn't hurt to try, and I was glad I did. First off, you know it's going to be good when your order is written down in Chinese by the waitstaff. I've tried several dishes here on several occasions, and each one has been excellent (Kung Pao Beef, Orange Chicken, Sesame Chicken, Sweet & Sour Chicken, Egg Flower Soup, Hot & Sour Soup, Mushuu, Wontons, Spring Rolls, Fried Rice...) The prices are good as well, and a real deal if you show up in time to catch the lunch specials. The staff is excellent. The location makes the place appear to be on the low-quality side of things, but don't let it fool you, this is one great restaurant.‎”

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Old House Restaurant

309 West San Francisco Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 995-4530


The Old House, One Of The Best Santa Fe Restaurants Year In And Year Out
When you dine at the Old House, the Santa Fe Plaza restaurant that Zagat honored as New Mexico's best, you know it's going to be a special experience. Featuring dry-aged rib eye steaks, enjoy contemporary global cuisine featuring the freshest seasonal and regional ingredients from nearby artisan farms.

About the Chef
Executive Chef Anthony Smith, Creatively Melding the Freshest Seasonal and Regional Ingredients

Anthony Smith, a London-born, soccer-loving chef is in command of the kitchens at Eldorado Hotel & Spa in Santa Fe. As Executive Chef, Smith oversees the kitchen of the award-winning Old House restaurant; all food and beverage operations for 20,000-square-feet of meetings and function space, including Santa Fe's largest ballroom as well as room service for the 219-room hotel. Melding the freshest seasonal and regional ingredients, Chef Smith expertly creates dishes that please and satisfy the palate.

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Work With David and His Team

Great attention to detail, quick thinking, experience, and negotiation skills are what set David Córdova Group apart from other realtors.

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