Creaky wood floors and dark-wood vigas set the scene for reliable, if predictable, traditional New Mexican cuisine. This rustic restaurant's real claim to fame is its selection of more than 100 types of margaritas. The house version is one of the best in town (and you may have surmised that we take our margaritas seriously here). Get the SilverCoin if you want to go top-shelf and leave the rest of the super tequilas to sip on without intrusion of other flavors. The place
holds its own as a reliable, supertasty source of authentic New Mexican fare, including chiles rellenos, blue-corn enchiladas, and green-chile tamales. The Galisteo chicken, parboiled and covered in red chiles, is simple and satisfying. Don't be surprised to have to wait for a table—the line moves quickly.