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Where to eat in Santa Fe on Labor Day holiday weekend

Old Aug 18th, 2014, 09:24 AM
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Where to eat in Santa Fe on Labor Day holiday weekend

My husband and I have a short visit in Santa Fe over Labor day weekend. We arrive Sat. Aug. 30 and leave Tuesday Sept. 2. I already know many restaurants in SF are usually closed on Sundays but will a lot also be closed Monday on the Labor Day holiday?

I need some suggestions for Sunday and Monday night dinners for casual restaurants. I already called Clafoutis and they will be closed Sept. 1.
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Old Aug 18th, 2014, 09:51 AM
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Andiamo! Is very nice and is open on Sunday.
http://andiamosantafe.com

We ate lunch at Taberna last Sunday and it too was vey nice. La Boca is also open.
http://tabernasf.com

Actually, there are quite a few places open both Sunday and Monday. Have you used opentable to check?

http://www.opentable.com/nm/santa-fe-restaurants
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Another casual, reasonably priced spot-

http://www.vinaigretteonline.com
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I don't know if you have a car or if you'll walk the plaza area for dining so I'll toss in both for casual dining:

Tune-Up Cafe - just off the plaza a few minutes by car. Quirky, fun spot with great food.
The Shed (closed Sunday) in the plaza - great traditional New Mexican; takes rezzies for dinner
La Choza - sister to The Shed but out of the plaza area (closed Sunday)
Harry's Roadhouse (south on Old Pecos Trail)
Chez Mamou - French cafe spot just east of the plaza on Palace before you get to Paseo de Peralta (not sure about the holiday weekend hours)
Coyote Cantina - upstairs, outdoor dining in the plaza. Casual food
Cowgirls - not my favorite but it's a busy spot
La Boca & Taberna - Spanish tapas. Can make reservations at both. Sister restaurants. La Boca is more upscale but still casual.
Del Charo - in plaza.
Rio Chama
Upper Crust Pizza - in plaza area across from Pink Adobe
Il Piatto - in plaza area across from La Boca
Jambo Cafe - fabulous ethnic food

Not sure of some for Monday but call to check if it sounds like what you want.
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