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Popular Restaurants in Santa Fe (New Mexico)

If you're a first time visitor to Santa Fe (New Mexico), you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Santa Fe (New Mexico).

What are some good restaurants in Santa Fe (New Mexico)?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Santa Fe (New Mexico).

The Shed
113 E Palace Ave Santa Fe, NM

(505) 982-9030
Cafe Pasqual's
121 Don Gaspar Avenue Santa Fe, NM
Tia Sophia's
210 W San Francisco St Santa Fe, NM
La Boca
72 West Marcy Street Santa Fe, NM

(505) 982-3433
Coyote Cafe
132 W. Water st Santa Fe, NM
Bobcat Bite
420 Old Las Vegas Hwy Santa Fe, NM
500 S Guadalupe St Santa Fe, NM
Santa Fe Farmers Market
1607 Paseo De Peralta Santa Fe, NM

(505) 983-4098
The French Pastry Shop
100 E San Francisco St Santa Fe, NM

(505) 983-6697
Maria's New Mexican Kitchen
555 West Cordova Road Santa Fe, NM

(505) 983-7929
El Parasol
1833 cerrillos Santa Fe, NM
The Bull Ring
150 Washington Ave Santa Fe, NM
Tune-Up Cafe
1115 Hickox St. Santa Fe, NM
Blue Corn Cafe And Brewery
133 E Water St Santa Fe, NM
724 Canyon Road Santa Fe, NM


Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"Make sure you have reservations at The Shed or it will be a long wait."  See More

"And a short walk to Cafe Pasqual's, my favorite place to eat in Santa Fe."  See More

"Try a green chile burger from Santa Fe Bite located at Garretts Desert Inn and have breakfast at Tia Sophia's."  See More

"If you find yourself in the mood for a margarita, the best in town are at Maria's New Mexican Kitchen They have a huge margarita menu."  See More

"Stay at La Fonda Hotel and take the walking tour of the city, dinner at the piano bar-Vanessie Santa Fe, Coyote Cafe and La Cantina at La Casa Sena"  See More

"Also The French Pastry Shop for beautiful sandwiches, quiches, dessert and coffee."  See More

"Check out The Santa Fe Artists Market and The Santa Fe Farmers Market."  See More

"El Parasol has served authentic New Mexican cuisine since 1958."  See More

"The Bull Ring has been recommended to us but we've yet to make it."  See More

"Tune-Up Cafe in Santa Fe - it might be a little north of the 66 but Santa Fe is a fun town to check out and there's some cool museums and art and"  See More

"Hi Yili, Albuquerque doesn't have that much to offer in terms of NightLife, but what we do have is Effex Night Club (gay, but great music, and a lot of people like to hang there Thur/Fri/Sat) Monte Vista, Imbibe, Zinc Wine Bar & Bistro and Two Fools Tavern are located in Nob Hill (off Central near the University of New Mexico) While you're in ABQ, you might as well visit Santa Fe during the day and check out the shopping, Santa Fe Plaza, Canyon Road Galleries (a road with 75+ galleries), and delicious eateries ( Blue Corn Cafe And Brewery, The Shed, and Tomasita's are good places to start)."  See More

"In Santa Fe, you should not miss Cafe Pasqual's or the Geronimo."  See More

Where can I find out more about Santa Fe (New Mexico)?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Santa Fe (New Mexico) locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Santa Fe (New Mexico).

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