Fodor's Expert Review Fire & Hops

$ West of the Plaza Eclectic Fodor's Choice
Tucked inside a cozy and modest house on busy Guadalupe Street, Fire & Hops turns out some of the most flavorful and affordable food in Santa Fe while also offering a stellar list of craft beers from some of the best producers in the West, including such regional notables as Bosque, Bow & Arrow, and Le Cumbre. Among the food choices, you can't go wrong with the house-made lamb sausage with green papaya and red curry, or the Cubano sandwich with beer-brined pork. The laid-back, friendly servers are part of the reason for this convivial gastropub's success. Be aware that there's no on-site parking but for a pair of handicap-accessible spaces (and a 16-slot bike rack); it's not too hard to find a spot on the street in the vicinity (check the website for tips on where to park). Co-owner and chef Joel Coleman also runs La Lechera, a small South Side shop that sells his delicious Mexican-style ice cream, in flavors like brown sugar–red chile and banana leaf–candy ginger, which you can also order at Fire & Hops for dessert.
Eclectic Lively Dinner $ Fodor's Choice

Quick Facts

222 N. Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe, New Mexico  87501, USA

505-954–1635

www.fireandhopsgastropub.com

Known For:
  • Lamb sausage with green papaya and red curry
  • A fantastic list of beers on tap and in bottles
  • House-made ice cream in unusual flavors
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: No lunch

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