This bustling, undistinguished-looking place next to the station is another good option to get your red or green fix. Great chile, with an intensity to the red...more
A dive—in a good way. It's filled with locals; nobody will bother you, and you'll get a better feel for Taos here than the tourists who opt to eat around...more
Opened in 1983, Santacafé became famous for infusing American dishes with Southwestern influences in an era when regional cuisine was still a new idea....more
The restaurant and bar at La Fonda hotel (not to be confused with the hotel of the same name in Taos) is a good place to recharge while gallery- and...more
The Lambert family wound its way here from San Francisco in the early 1990s, and the first-rate restaurant they own attracts a similar crowd of transplanted...more
Local chef James Campbell Caruso opened this new restaurant downtown to introduce Santa Fe to tapas, and the place is buzzing. Rather than familiar dishes like...more
As high-concept a restaurant as any in New Mexico (some locals call it pretentious, and they may have a point), Joseph's is located in a windowless space in the...more
New Mexican food is often at its best when it's at its simplest, and Guadalupe Café keeps its dishes, such as egg burritos and enchiladas, as simple (and...more
This casual one-room restaurant has long been a local Santa Fe icon. Opened in 1979, it was working the organic-fresh angle long before the rest of the world...more
This place follows the credo (one that came relatively late to these parts) of everything local and seasonal. Owner and chef Brian Knox changes the menu every...more
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