Coyote Cafe—Opened by chef Mark Miller in 1987, Coyote Cafe is highly regarded as the place that set the standard for modern Southwestern cuisine. Feeling like something a bit more casual, head upstairs to the Cantina.
El Nido-Luxurious, delicious and historic. El Nido has been making memories for almost 100 years. What began as a 1920s roadhouse and then became Tesuque’s lively dance hall continues to attract visitors from near and far. Housed in a historic building, this iconic fine-dining restaurant in Tesuque Village, 10 minutes from downtown Santa Fe, serves innovative cuisine in a handsome setting. The menu offers grilled steaks and seafood, handcrafted pasta and wood-fired pizza.
Joseph’s Culinary Pub—Just off Guadalupe is this quaint restaurant where everything is made from scratch and with finesse.
La Boca—When you crave a taste of Spain, La Boca awaits. The intimate space indoors is cozy and the patio allows you to watch people walk by on Marcy Street.
Market Steer—Carnivores Rejoice! Prime steaks & chops, plus seafood entrees, presented in a rustic-chic venue with a courtyard.
Midtown Bistro—Whether you are in the mood for a light dinner, a fish dish, New Mexican cuisine, a burger, or a serious entree, Midtown Bistro is the place.
NOSA-Is a destination. Chef Graham Dodds of Dallas, Texas manifests his dream in creating a unique fine dining and inn experience out in the middle of our magical high desert and we are all the better for it. Set in the scenic Ojo Caliente River Valley overlooking the majestic Jemez Mountains is the secluded and serene NOSA restaurant & inn. NOSA is an acronym for “NOrth of SAnta Fe” and also an old Spanish word for “ours” which speaks to the communal nature of a place to gather, dine and rest. A lunch or dinner at NOSA is not just a meal. It’s an experience.
Paloma—If you are in search of Mexican food in a stylish setting, head to Paloma for a fun and delicious experience.
Paper Dosa—Since they are only open for dinner, this is the only chance you will get to enjoy this full-flavored menu featuring Northern Indian food.
Restaurant Martin—Though not fine dining, it is upscale. The menu is well-executed and the service is hospitable. Dine inside or on their spacious outdoor patio. Or secure their party room for a large group.
Santacafe—This local institution has been the go-to restaurant for special occasions and everyday meals. A varied menu that appeals to everyone, choose from a classic green chile cheeseburger, salmon, mussels, and more.
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