El Paragua Restaurant
El Paragua Restaurant Review
With a dark, intimate atmosphere of wood and stone, this historic place started out as a lemonade-cum-taco stand in the late 1950s but is now known for some of the state's most authentic New Mexican and regional Mexican cuisine. Steaks and fish are grilled over a mesquite-wood fire; other specialties include chorizo enchiladas, panfried breaded trout amandine, and menudo. This restaurant is still a family affair; service is gracious and the location in the small city of Española makes this a good stop en route to Abiquiú or on the way to Taos, via both the Low and High roads.
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