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RESTAURANT GUIDE

OUR PICKS

Arroyo Vino
218 Camino La Tierra, Santa Fe, NM 87507 (Tel: (505) 983-2100) Reservations Needed
Santa Fe, New Mexico modern American cuisine and dynamic international wine list. Voted top 100 restaurants in America by Open Table 2015.

State Capital Kitchen
500 Sandoval St, Santa Fe, NM 87501 (Tel: (505) 467-8237) Reservations Needed
Farm-fresh New American small plates served on carts, dim sum-style, in rustic-chic surrounds.

Radish and Rye
548 Agua Fria St, Santa Fe, NM 87501 (Tel: (505) 930-5325) Reservations Needed
Simple yet innovative food and drinks sourced locally whenever possible. Best cocktails in Santa Fe.

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.

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.


ITALIAN/ FRENCH/ ASIAN

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

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 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.

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.

Draft Station tap room
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.