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American
Historic District
6 reviews
The restaurant is renowned for both its cuisine and its highly refined service. — Fodor's
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American
Downtown
6 reviews
The long lines, even at lunch, are proof enough that this local institution half a block from the plaza is something special. — Frommer's
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American
Historic District
6 reviews
Chef Mark Kiffin has transformed this gracious, folk-art-filled old restaurant into one of the state's culinary darlings. — Fodor's
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American
Downtown
5 reviews
There’s not a lot of indoor space in this bar, which is a large part of its appeal. — Travel + Leisure
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American
Downtown
7 reviews
This downtown Santa Fe establishment has been around for nearly 40 years, and the organic Mexican and New Mexican cuisine is legendary. — Travel + Leisure
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American
Downtown
7 reviews
Serious foodies return year after year for stellar interpretations of New Mexico cuisine. — Lonely Planet
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Cafe
Downtown
7 reviews
With a breezy courtyard patio and four interior dining rooms with fireplaces and low-slung ceilings, this 19th-century adobe is an ideal spot in both the height of summer and the dark of winter. — Travel + Leisure
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Spanish
4 reviews
This Canyon Road institution is at its best at the height of summer when you can grab a small table outside and watch half the city walk by. — Travel + Leisure
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American
4 reviews
The off-the-beaten-path and less expensive sister to the Shed, La Choza serves supertasty, supertraditional New Mexican fare. — Fodor's
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Cafe
4 reviews
This always-packed, always-unpretentious neighborhood café...has perfected a sweeter, mellower green chile that still has a spicy kick of an aftertaste. — Travel + Leisure
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American
7 reviews
Strolling mariachi troubadours serenade diners as cooks craft handmade tortillas on an open grill. — Michelin Guide
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American
Downtown
6 reviews
While rooted in Southwestern flavors, the cuisine at La Casa Sena stretches well beyond the four corners. — Gayot
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French
Downtown
4 reviews
The elegant atmosphere provides a perfect setting for a romantic meal, and during warm months the patio is a popular place to people-watch. — Frommer's
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Diners
4 reviews
This sunny restaurant is a favorite with Santa Fe locals who appreciate its campy charm and enormous servings of New Mexican soul food, like jumbo blue corn turkey enchiladas. — Gayot
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Cafe
3 reviews
A standout for some of the spiciest and tastiest Northern New Mexican fare in town, including superb green chile-bacon-cheeseburgers, blue-corn tacos packed with beef or chicken, huevos rancheros. — Fodor's
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Bakeries
Historic District
3 reviews
The crowd-pleasing Clafoutis is a great spot for reasonably priced breakfast, brunch (delicious pastries, crepes and quiches) and lunch dishes. — Afar Magazine
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Mediterranean
Downtown
6 reviews
A hopping tapas spot straight from Spain. — Gayot
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Healthy
2 reviews
Food that caters to all health-conscious palates. — Gayot
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Asian
Downtown
2 reviews
India Palace is a good place to take a group of friends, order lots of dishes and share everything. — Gayot
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American
Downtown
5 reviews
This well-traversed diner-style landmark caters to locals and visitors (open for breakfast and lunch only ). — Afar Magazine
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