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Located in the Railyard District, the friendly and efficient La Choza (Spanish for “the shed") doles out traditional New Mexican fare. Start with the satisfying posole (a hominy), Try... Full review →The series of dining rooms are peppered with local art and while you wait for your order, don't miss the ample tequila list.
The off-the-beaten-path and less expensive sister to the Shed, La Choza serves supertasty, supertraditional New Mexican fare. Full review →
The patio is delightful in summer. Service is friendly and efficient. The menu offers enchiladas, tacos, and burritos. Full review →
La Choza, the sister restaurant of The Shed (a bustling, touristy locale), is the locals' destination for good New Mexican eats off the beaten path. Full review →
Blue-corn burritos, a festive interior and an extensive margarita list make La Choza a perennial (and colorful) favorite among Santa Fe's discerning diners. Of the many New Mexican... Full review →
Heaping platters of shredded-pork and red-chile tamales, ground-beef-stuffed sopaipillas, blue-corn chicken burritos, and soul-satisfying green chile—all packing plenty of fire and flavor. Full review →