Taos Restaurants

For a relatively small, remote town, Taos has a sophisticated and eclectic dining scene. It's a fine destination for authentic New Mexican fare, but you'll also find several upscale spots serving creative regional fare utilizing mostly local ingredients, a smattering of excellent Asian and Middle Eastern spots, and several very
For a relatively small, remote town, Taos has a sophisticated and eclectic dining scene. It's a fine destination for authentic New Mexican fare, but you'll also find several upscale spots serving creative regional fare utilizing mostly local ingredients, a smattering of
For a relatively small, remote town, Taos has a sophisticated and eclectic dining scene. It's a fine destination for aut

For a relatively small, remote town, Taos has a sophisticated and eclectic dining scene. It's a fine destination for authentic New Mexican fare, but you'll also find several upscale spots serving creative regional fare utilizing mostly local ingredients, a smattering of excellent Asian and Middle Eastern spots, and several very good cafés and coffeehouses perfect for a light but bountiful breakfast or lunch.

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  • 1. Aceq

    $$ | Arroyo Seco | American

    Head to this cozy bistro tucked behind some galleries in Arroyo Seco's charming little business district for super, reasonably priced farm-to...Read More

  • 2. Love Apple

    $$ | Contemporary

    It's easy to drive by the small adobe former chapel that houses this delightful farm-to-table restaurant a short drive north of Taos Plaza,...Read More

  • 3. 192 at the Blake

    $$ | Taos Ski Valley | American

    This modern-rustic spot inside the swank new Blake hotel is warmed by a roaring fireplace and draws skiers and hikers with its terrific selection...Read More

  • 4. Medley

    $$ | American

    Set in a rustic-chic roadhouse on the scenic road between El Prado and Arroyo Seco that adjoins one of the area's best wineshops (it often hosts...Read More

  • 5. Old Martina's Hall

    $$ | South Side | American

    This enchanting South-meets-Southwestern-style restaurant across the road from the famed San Francisco de Asís Church is in a restored Pueblo...Read More

  • 6. Sundance

    $$ | American

    Always packed with skiers and winter-sports enthusiasts during the cooler months, Sundance is a worthy year-round option for huge portions of...Read More

  • 7. Trading Post Cafe

    $$ | South Side | Italian

    This casual restaurant serving mostly modern Italian fare with regional accents has long ranked among the top culinary spots in town. Intelligent...Read More

  • 8. Dragonfly Café and Bakery

    $$ | Plaza and Vicinity | Eclectic

    This charming café bakes its own bread and serves a variety of ethnic specialties including organic kale salad with grapes and hazelnuts; Middle...Read More

  • 9. El Meze

    $$ | Spanish

    Set back from NM 68 in tiny El Prado, this 1840s adobe house with an expansive back patio affords unobstructed views of the Sangre de Cristo...Read More

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