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6 expert recommendations
In a 1692 adobe hacienda with brightly colored walls and a pretty courtyard, the Shed is deservedly famous for its smoky chile, just-hefty-enough blue corn tortillas, and classic recipes. Full review →
The lines at lunch attest to the status of this Downtown New Mexican eatery. Full review →
The long lines, even at lunch, are proof enough that this local institution half a block from the plaza is something special. Full review →
The dishes are based on the traditional cooking of the Pueblo and Hispanic peoples and are covered with potent red chile. Full review →
Superconvenient to the Plaza and with a fun ambience. The food, however, is seriously overrated, aiming straight for the perceived middle-of-the-road tourist palate. There's a nice patio. Full review →
Whenever I want a delicious silver coin margarita, and to meet people who aren’t from Santa Fe, I head to the Shed on Palace Avenue and order said margarita and the Chicken Enchilada Verde. Full review →