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8 expert recommendations
The Chez Panisse of Santa Fe has been helmed by the same Berkeley-bred chef-owner since the 1970s. While the restaurant isn’t for New Mexican food purists, the local dishes are solid and... Full review →
This casual one-room restaurant has long been a local Santa Fe icon.
A perennial favorite, this cheerful cubbyhole dishes up Nuevo Latino and occasional Asian specialties for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Don't be discouraged by lines out front—it's worth... Full review →Try the chummy communal table, or go late morning or after 1:30 pm to (hopefully) avoid the crush.
"You have to become the food, erase the line between it as an object and you," says Pasqual's owner Katharine Kagel, who uses mostly organic ingredients in her dishes. Her attitude is... Full review →
Colorful plates and a vibrant dÃ©cor distinguish this Santa Fe hot-spot. Full review →
The food, most of which has a definite south-of-the-border flavor, is worth every penny of the high prices. Full review →
Lovely, lively Old/New Mexican restaurant, serving top-quality food (including breakfast) in an attractive tiled dining room a block south of the plaza. Entrees include vegetarian...
Tight, cozy, informal, and always bustling, Café Pasquals is the kind of place where you’ll want to take a first date, especially if you think you’ll want to follow it up with a second Full review →