Santa Fe Restaurants

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  • 1. Cafe Pasqual's

    $$$ | The Plaza | American

    A perennial favorite, this cheerful cubbyhole dishes up Nuevo Latino and occasional Asian specialties for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The...Read More

  • 2. Fire & Hops

    $ | West of the Plaza | Eclectic

    Tucked inside a cozy and modest house on busy Guadalupe Street, Fire & Hops turns out some of the most flavorful and affordable food in...Read More

  • 3. Harry's Roadhouse

    $ | South Side | Eclectic

    This busy, friendly, art-filled compound 6 miles southeast of Downtown consists of several inviting rooms, from a diner-style space with counter...Read More

  • 4. Joseph's Culinary Pub

    $$$ | Railyard District | American

    Chef-restauranteur Joseph Wrede has garnered countless accolades since the 1990s at various restaurants in Taos and then Santa Fe, and his current...Read More

  • 5. La Boca and Taberna

    $$$ | The Plaza | Spanish

    A beacon of superbly crafted, authentic yet creatively updated Mediterranean—and especially Spanish—cuisine, La Boca comprises two distinct...Read More

  • 6. La Choza

    $ | Railyard District | American

    The off-the-beaten-path and less expensive sister to the Shed, La Choza (which means "the shed" in Spanish), serves supertasty, supertraditional...Read More

  • 7. Paper Dosa

    $ | Old Santa Fe Trail and South Capitol | Indian

    Begun as a catering business that threw occasional pop-up dinners, Paper Dosa became so beloved for its boldly flavored southern Indian cuisine...Read More

  • 8. The Shed

    $ | The Plaza | American

    The lines at lunch attest to the status of this Downtown eatery that's been family operated since 1953 and that serves some of the most flavorful...Read More

  • 9. Tune-Up Cafe

    $ | South Side | American

    This cozy locals' favorite has colorful walls and wood details, booths, a few tables, and a community table. The shaded patio out front is a...Read More

  • 10. Bouche

    $$$ | West of the Plaza | French

    Talented chef-owner Charles Dale (who previously cooked at Rancho Encantado's Terra, Daniel Boulud's Le Cirque, and at his own James Beard–lauded...Read More

  • 11. Clafoutis

    $ | West of the Plaza | Café

    Undeniably French, this bustling café serves authentic, delicious food. Walk through the door of this bright, open space and you'll almost certainly...Read More

  • 12. Counter Culture

    $ | South Side | Café

    It's taken a few years for this low-key, slightly off-the-beaten-path café that's well regarded by locals to catch on with tourists, but Counter...Read More

  • 13. Cowgirl BBQ

    $ | Railyard District | American

    A rollicking, popular bar and grill with several rooms overflowing with Old West memorabilia, Cowgirl has reasonably priced Southwestern, Tex...Read More

  • 14. Dolina Bakery

    $ | West of the Plaza | Café

    Slovakian transplant Annamaria O’Brien opened this bustling bakery and brunch spot with whitewashed beamed ceilings, tile floors, and angular...Read More

  • 15. El Mesón & Chispa Tapas Bar

    $$$ | The Plaza | Spanish

    This place is as fun for having drinks and late-night tapas or catching live music (from tango nights to Sephardic music) as for enjoying a...Read More

  • 16. Gabriel's

    $ | North Side | American

    This rambling and often very busy restaurant has a great location (convenient for pre-opera and post-high-road tours), a gorgeous setting (the...Read More

  • 17. Iconik Coffee Roasters

    $ | South Side | Café

    First and foremost a lively coffeehouse that turns out expertly prepared pour-overs, lattes, cold brews, and other delicious espresso drinks...Read More

  • 18. La Casa Sena

    $$$ | The Plaza | American

    The Southwestern-accented and Continental fare served at La Casa Sena is beautifully presented, and the scenery, especially during the warmer...Read More

  • 19. Paloma

    $$ | Railyard District | Mexican

    A fun go-to for happy hour, weekend brunch, or dinner with a few friends, this bright and bustling modern take on a Mexican cantina offers plenty...Read More

  • 20. Ranch House

    $ | South Side | Barbecue

    Given New Mexico's deep ties to its easterly neighbor, the Lone Star State, it's hardly surprising that the region has some top-notch barbecue...Read More

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