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Tia Sophia's

  • 210 W. San Francisco St. Map It
  • The Plaza
  • American

Known for

  • Breakfast burritos
  • Popular with locals
  • Traditional New Mexican, down to the fiery chiles

Published 03/20/2016

Fodor's Review

This Downtown joint serves strictly New Mexican breakfasts and lunches (open until 2 pm most days and 1 on Sundays). You're as likely to be seated next to a family from a remote village in the mountains as you are to a legislator or lobbyist from the nearby state capitol. Tia's ("Auntie's") delicious burritos stuffed with homemade chorizo disappear fast on Saturdays; get there early. Order anything and expect a true taste of local tradition, including perfectly flaky, light sopaipillas. Mammoth chile-smothered breakfast burritos will hold you over for hours on the powdery ski slopes during winter. Be warned, though: the red and green chiles are spicy and you're expected to understand this elemental fact of local cuisine. Alcohol is not served here.

Restaurant Information

Address:

210 W. San Francisco St., Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501, USA

Map It

Phone:

505-983–9880

Website: tiasophias.com

Restaurant Details:

  • No dinner

Published 03/20/2016

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