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RESTAURANT GUIDE

NEW MEXICAN/ SOUTHWESTERN/ AMERICAN CUISINE

La Choza
905 Alarid St (Tel: 505-982-0909) open from 11:00a.m.-9:00p.m.
Great local New Mexican food in a friendly atmosphere. Indoor and outdoor seating. Can be crowded. Moderate.

Restaurant Martín:
526 Galisteo Street (Tel: 505-820-0919) Lunch served from 11:30am - 2pm Tuesday - Friday, Brunch 11:30am - 2pm Sunday. Dinner served from 5:30pm until 10pm Tuesday - Sunday.
Progressive American Cuisine prepared by New Mexico’s most noted and award winning Chef, Martin Rios. Outdoor and indoor seating.Expensive at dinner.

The Shed:
113 ½ East Palace Avenue (Tel: 505-982-9030) open from 11:00a.m.-9:00p.m.
Highly recommended. Can be crowded. Excellent New Mexican cuisine in an historic hacienda built in 1692. Moderate.

Tomasita’s:
500 South Guadalupe Street (Tel: 505-983-5721) 11:00a.m.-10:00p.m.
A local institution for red and green chile. Casual atmosphere. Good margaritas. Inexpensive.

Bull Ring:
150 Washington Avenue (Tel: 505-983-3328) 11:30a.m.-10:00p.m.
Upscale steakhouse. Seasonal patio dining. Expensive at dinner.

Blue Corn Café

133 Water Street (2nd floor, Plaza Mercado) (Tel: 505-984-1800)
Great blue corn chicken enchiladas and other regional specialties. Relaxed and friendly. Inexpensive.

Zia Diner:
326 S. Guadalupe Street (Tel: 505-988-7008) 7:00a.m.-10:00p.m.

Simple, good diner fare. Inexpensive to moderate.

Bumblebee’s Baja Grill:
301 Jefferson Street (Tel: 505-820-2862) 11:00a.m.-9:00p.m.
Drive through or eat inside. Fast service. Great inexpensive, fresh food.

Pasqual’s: 121 Don Gaspar (Tel: 505-983-9340) Reservations Required
Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Usually long lines for breakfast and lunch; reservations are accepted for dinner. Expensive at dinner.

Coyote Café:
132 West Water Street (Tel: 505-983-1615) 5:30-closing
World-famous southwestern cuisine and Santa Fe’s new “it” place. Reservations essential, very expensive in the summertime. Known for creative cocktails.

The Compound:
653 Canyon Road (Tel: 505-982-4353) 5:30-closing
One of Santa Fe’s finest and most expensive. Contemporary continental. Patio dining in summer. Quiet, intimate wine bar inside.

Cowgirl Hall of Fame:
319 S. Guadalupe (Tel: 505-9822565)
11:00a.m.-midnight
Eclectic barbecue and Southwestern menu. Lunch and dinner. Indoor and outdoor seating. Live music and lively bar every night. Open late.


Atomic Grill:
103 E. Water Street # A (Tel: 505-820-2866) 11:00a.m.-3:00a.m.
American diner with good daily specials. Open very late (3 a.m.).

ITALIAN/ FRENCH/ ASIAN

Shohko-Café:
321 Johnson (Tel: 505-983-7288) 11:30a.m.-9:00p.m.
Good sushi. Moderate.

Shabumi Ramenya:
26 Chapelle Street (Tel: 505-428-0077)
Traditional Japanese ramen house serving. Moderate.

Pranzos: 540 Montezuma Avenue (Tel:505-984-2645. Open until 9:00p.m.
A local favorite for pizza, pasta and osso buco. Nice upstairs seating. Expensive at dinner.

Upper Crust Pizza:
329 Old Santa Fe Trail (Tel: 505-982-0000)
Good pizza, salads, sandwiches. Delivery or eat-in. Open ‘til 11 in summer.

Vinaigrette:
709 Don Cubero Alley (Tel: 505-820-9205)
Soups and salads. Creative menu using fresh, organic and local ingredients. Vegetarian friendly. Excellent for lunch.

Il Piatto:
95 West Marcy Street (Tel: 505-984-1091)
Italian with locally sourced ingredients. Moderate.

Bistro 315:
315 Old Santa Fe Trail (Tel: 505-986-9190).
French Provencal cuisine. Excellent wine list. Expensive.

Jinja:
510 N. Guadalupe Street #P (Tel: 505-982-4321)
Pan-Asian cuisine. Creative cocktail menu. Upscale atmosphere and excellent service. Inexpensive.

BARS AND MISCELLANY


The Matador 116 W San Francisco St., Ste. 113
"Santa Fe's gritty, downtown dive."

The Dragon Room:
406 Old Santa Fe Trail (Tel: 505-983-7712)
Santa Fe Style wine bar with excellent bar menu. Margaritas and patio seating around an open fire pit.

El Farol:
808 Canyon Road (Tel: 505-983-9912)
Salsa on Thursdays, Flamenco on Saturdays. Good tapas and Spanish cuisine.

Marble Brewery:
Ste 313, 60 East San Francisco Street (Tel: 505-989-3565)
Intimate microbrewery that overlooks down town Santa Fe. Serves gourmet pizza. Multiple big-screen televisions for sports fans.

Second St. Brewery At the Rail yard:
1607 Paseo De Peralta (Tel: 505-989-3278)
Award winning craft beers and brewpub. Live music on weekends.

Coyote Cantina:
132 West Water Street (Tel: 505-983-1615)
Open-air rooftop bar. Same management and menu items as Coyote Cafe, but less expensive. Long lines in summer.

Junction 530 S Guadalupe St (Tel:(505) 988-7222)
If you are a sports fan, they have TVs, beer, and wings.

Tea House:
821 Canyon Road (Tel: 505-992-0972)
Coffee/ teahouse with a light menu. Relaxing atmosphere. Vegetarian friendly.

Kakawa Chocolate:
1050 Paseo de Peralta (Tel: 505-982-0388)
House Mesoamerican Mayan and Aztec drinking chocolate, along with other chocolate specialties.

More at SF Reporter's 2013 Restaurant Guide