113 Washington Ave
Santa Fe, NM 87501Neighborhood:
Contemporary AmericanPrice: $31 to $50
- Dining Style: Casual Elegant
- Website: http://www.innoftheanasazi.com/
- Phone: (505) 988-3236
- Hours of Operation:
Breakfast - 7:00am - 10:30am
Lunch - 11:30am - 2:30pm
Dinner - 5:30pm - 9:45pm
Sunday Brunch - 11:00am - 2:30pm
Monday - Saturday, 11:30am - 11:00pm
Sunday - 11::00am - 11:00pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,Diners Club,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: American, Argentinean, Contemporary American
- Executive Chef: Juan Bochenski
- Dress Code: Business Casual
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
- Catering: Inn of the Anasazi offers a variety of catering options. Featuring Chef Bochenski's innovative cuisine, the Inn caters to the guest's individual needs.
- Private Party Facilities: Private dining is offered in the Inn’s award-winning Wine Cellar. Located on the lower level of the hotel, the intimate venue is an unforgettable setting for hosting up to 12 guests. Seated at a massive wood table, in a candlelit setting amongst the many bottles of fine wine on reserve in the cellar, guests enjoy a spectacular menu created by The Restaurant’s Executive Chef Juan Bochenski.
- Private Party Contact: Cara O'Brian 5059883030x
- Entertainment: Classical Spanish guitarist on Saturday Nights.
- Special Events: An intimate venue and unforgettable setting, The Wine Cellar can seat up to 12 guests. Seated at a massive wood table, in a candlelight setting amongst the many bottles of fine wine on reserve in the cellar, guests enjoy Chef Bochenski's cuisine.
A word from Anasazi Restaurant
One of New Mexico’s most highly acclaimed culinary destinations, The Anasazi Restaurant offers an atmosphere that is both elegant and rustically Southwestern. The 92-seat restaurant honors the culinary legacies of the Southwest. Executive Chef Juan Bochenski's innovative style — focuses on seasonal ingredients, fish and the abundance of available local produce with European and southwest influences — is captured in changing menus that fuse choice seasonal fare and regional ingredients. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily.Saturday Night featuring live entertainment with Jesus Bas from 7:00pm until 10:00pm.Continued
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Awards voted by OpenTable diners
- Diners' Choice WinnerBest Ambiance
- Diners' Choice WinnerRomantic
- Diners' Choice WinnerSpecial Occasion
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Anasazi Restaurant reviews from OpenTable diners
58 reviews since July 27, 2014
- Ambiance4.3Noise LevelModerate
fit for foodies (35)special occasion (28)romantic (24)neighborhood gem (19)notable wine list (17)great for outdoor dining (11)good for groups (10)great for lunch (10)great for brunch (9)late-night find (4)vibrant bar scene (3)hot spot (3)kid-friendly (1)Show More
- Great Restaurant in the Rosewood HotelOpenTable Diner Since 2007VIPDined on 11/20/2014Great Restaurant in the Rosewood Hotel, just a short 100 foot walk from the famous Plaza. Organic, local source food makes this not tyour typical restaurant in a hotel... Bar menu is super fancy with Waygu burger Breakfast has an amazing breakfast burrito Great find!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Bad choice for dinnerGerryVIPDined on 11/9/2014Our server, Jackie, got our order wrong. She did not explain the food very well - lacks in communication skills. Food was just okay. Would never go back.
- Lost its good food repOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 11/5/2014We were looking forward to a great lunch with an out-of-town guest. The atmosphere was conducive to quiet conversation, a plus. Our guest was pleased with her chicken fajita, which came with salad. The scallop/shrimp dish was all protein--no balancing vegetable or salad. The blue corn trout and bacon in the "BLT" (bacon, lettuce, trout) were overcooked and very dry--had to request a steak knife to cut through to underlying toast. The flan with dulce de leche for dessert was good. Service was timely and attentive, but given this experience regarding the food, we'll not return.
- Tamed for the tourist?bonvivantDined on 11/2/2014After reading the reviews we opted to visit Anasazi Restaurant for breakfast instead of dinner to avoid a potential dinner disappointment. Based on breakfast we made the right choice. Breakfast was not bad, but nothing that would knock your socks off and certainly not worth the high price ($16) for eggs, green chili hash browns and chicken apple sausage. I even asked for a side of green chili to spice up the dish, sadly it was not at all spicy. Perhaps the chef has tamed the green chili, and possibly the dishes, for the average tourist? So yes, the quality of the food was good, the servers polite, the decor top notch, but there was absolutely no wow factor or even a desire to return for another meal on this or any other trip to Santa Fe.
- Fabulous restaurantLuvsantafeDined on 10/25/2014We had a great dinner at the Anasazi over 17 years ago and wanted to revisit it on this trip. It did not disappoint. I can truly say the meal was exquisite.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- ClaireClaireDined on 10/25/2014We done here every time we visit Samta Fe and are never disappointed. The meal this time was superb!!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- a new favoriteMPMSVIPDined on 10/18/2014A definite go back to place for our next Santa Fe visit.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Salmon serving:tiny,dry,overcookedSfedinerVIPDined on 10/15/2014I like this restaurant,but was very disappointed in the salmon I was served a couple of nights ago. To charge $33. for a 2 inch square piece of overcooked salmon was a bit much!! It was even smaller than the starter crab cake that one of my companions ordered. My beet salad,however, was excellent.Special Features:
- Excellent Sunday BrunchEpicureanDined on 10/12/2014We traveled to Santa Fe for a day of shopping at the outlets and needed a place for Sunday Brunch. Anasazi was one (not the top) that was highly recommended on the internet, along with many others' that didn't have same ambiance. I chose Anasazi not only for the setting, but for the food as well, and my family and I were not disappointed. We had reservations and were seated promptly. The decor and setting is very appealing and we were pleasantly surprised by the variety of dishes for the Sunday brunch. Over-all the food and service were excellent. Whereas there were other places for brunch in Santa Fe that were rated higher online the combination of atmosphere, variety and quality of food and service makes Anasazi the winner.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- When in Santa Fe Eat at Anasazi.annieclausDined on 10/10/2014You won't go wrong. From the charm of the Valet parkers to the elegantly rustic ambiance to the outstanding service, Anasazi is simply the best of the best. And then there's the food! Words alone do not describe how fantastic every single bite is. We three dined together and each of us cleaned out plate. We don't get to Santa Fe enough, but when we do, dinner at Anasazi is on our must list.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- October at AnasaziCookie14Dined on 10/7/2014This is not my first dining experience at the Anasazi; but once again it is my first choice when visiting Santa Fe. It did not disappoint. The food, as usual, was delicious. The service very, very good. The ambiance is romantic. On other occasions I was with my husband and we always felt like we were celebrating something when we were there. This time I brought a longtime friend with me and she found it wonderful. Thank you.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Upscale Santa FEfoodforusDined on 10/4/2014A very nice restaurant. Nice decode, live music (soft and enjoyable) and a varied menu. I had lamb that was delicious and not the typical preparation, and my husband had sea bass that was very fresh and perfectly prepared.Special Features:
- Anasazi still has itwino4everVIPDined on 9/26/2014This was one of our "go-to" fine dining establishments when we lived in SF and it still delivers. Great atmosphere, diverse menu (though quite SW inspired) and attentive but not over-bearing service. Check out the menu on-line, if it looks good to you then you'll enjoy.Definitely recommended.Special Features:
- Poor Service, Mediocre Foodluv2eatDined on 9/26/2014With so many wonderful restaurants to choose from in Santa Fe…. I'd avoid Anasazi's. Ambiance fine, but service so poor, we almost left. We sat at our table for 35 minutes before our cocktail arrived, and had to wave down a waitress to even place our order. Other than the young woman who poured our water, no one acknowledged us until we made the first move. After that, service improved a bit (our waitress was sweet, just clueless), but again we had to flag her down to order a glass of wine with our meal. We shared a beet salad, which was beautifully presented, but lacking in flavor. My husband declared his salmon entree "tasty" but my goat-cheese filled panzerotti pasta was tough and cold in the center. Meh. I would not go back.
- As expected32168travelersDined on 9/26/2014The ambiance, food and service all match up with the reputation of this great restaurant. Dinner and the breakfast the following morning all exceeded expectationsSpecial Features:
- FnmexDined on 9/24/2014Highly recomended to us (we were 2000 miles from home & 1st-time vositors to Santa Fe. Unfortunately it was a wine-tasting fixed menu night ($$$$). Bar menu was alternative. OK, but not what we wanted. Disappointing experience.I would recommend this to a friend.
- Super-Talented ChefHoustonEatsVIPDined on 9/23/2014Food here was off-the-chart-outstanding! In particular, we loved the trio of gazpachos (even one of us who does not typically like gazpacho in the least). The buffalo sliders were perfect in every way and the only thing that was not completely fabulous was still really, really good (it was the rabbit enchiladas...and I would still order them again). The sweet potato fries were cooked to perfection and the homemade catsup was out of this world. These are not easy things to do! Server was competent and got everything right but lacked charm. She didn't ruin our good time, however. The food really was the star and we can't wait to eat here again.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- paulaVIPDined on 9/22/2014Never fails to disappoint. We have dined with you many times and we are always delighted. Nice to have the chef come out and talk to us.Special Features:
- OutstandingOpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 9/17/2014Food and presentation were amazing - creative, extreme attention to detail, visually stunning. Loved it.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Marvelous Evening4travelersDined on 9/13/2014We had dinner (2 couples) on 9/13/14 and everything was Outstanding. The food was all wonderful...especially trio of gazpacho, chicken entree, and sea bass. The setting is lovely and server was very helpful. As an added bonus there was live music...guitar soloist. We really appreciated Chef Juan stopping by our table to check on us. This was by far our best meal in Santa Fe and we highly recommend.Special Features:
- RichardDined on 9/2/2014Food was very good, but menu and wine list choices were a bit limited. We have eaten here before and came back, both times while staying at the hotel. This is not elegant NY City dining, I'd call it elegant Sante Fe. Staff is friendly and tries hard. Chief creates a quality product, that's the best part.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Best Prix Fixe Lunch in TownjackiedeeVIPDined on 9/2/2014Generally love the 3 course lunch. Really like the tortilla soup but decided to switch it up and try the iceberg wedge. It was good but not fabulous....little light on the dressing and some of the outer lettuce leaves were a little tired. The beef entree was amazing....little potatoes and zucchini in a great sauce. Beautiful presentation. A BLT trout something sounds horrible. The flan dessert was good.....everything but the flan was amazing. The tiramisu was disappointing..no liquor taste or coffee. Just kinda blah!! They used to served a chocoholics dream dessert w/brownie, ganache, dulce de leche homemade ice cream w/carmel & chocolate drizzle. Used to get glass of wine for $5 (which was offered online but not there).Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- OpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 8/31/2014The food and service was good. However, since this is supposed to be a higher end restaurant, as reflected by the price and reputation, the service should have been superb rather than average. Some of the food was above average and some was just average.
- OpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 8/31/2014Great service, delicious & unique dishes. The chef came out of the kitchen to say "hello" and get feedback. We had a fantastic Sunday brunch!Special Features:
- Great Dining ExperienceKriscovanzandtDined on 8/30/2014The Anasazi delivers on every level, from the friendly, professional wait staff, to the great food! My wife and I had dinner for a special night out and the only complaint we had was how stuffed we were! Definately worth the money!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Things ChangeLynsfriendDined on 8/29/2014There was a time that this restaurant truly warranted a 4 -5 star rating, but alas no more. While not at all crowded, or even near full, the decor was tired and the service was entirely lacking. The food tasty, but prices way above what one might expect on some items. Unfortunately, this return visit to a once loved place to dine, was disappointing
- One of the best in Santa FeJohnDined on 8/23/2014My wife and I had our anniversary dinner here. The food was exceptional as was the service. Very friendly relaxed, but proffesional atmosphere. Highly recommend.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- DinnerDateDinnerDateVIPDined on 8/23/2014Very Good spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Great bar to see and be seen. Love the patio; small but fun to people watch.I would recommend this to a friend.
- Wonderful RestaurantOutstandingVIPDined on 8/23/2014We always love enjoying meals at this restaurant. The food, service and atmosphere are always the best. The servers are courteous and attentive. This is a must when visiting Santa Fe.Special Features:
- Anasazi mealChuckDined on 8/11/2014We had a small family gathering for a late dinner and were very well treated. The Wine List holds up to any needs and the food was very, very tasty and well served.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- OpenTable Diner Since 2003VIPDined on 8/11/2014Outdoor for lunch or cocktails is always a success at Anasazi . . . even better for their great breakfasts . . hash brown potatoes with green chiles can't be beat !!!Special Features:
- Art on a plate.JennieVIPDined on 8/10/2014Innovative and delicious. Caring service. Unpretentious fine dining, a real gem. Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi's dining room, called Anasazi Restaurant, is one of Santa Fe's best dining experiences. Food to die for, we loved the ambience and simple yet delicious meals offer here at Anasazi. Anasazi Restaurant has the acclaimed Martin Rios of "Iron Chef". The attention to detail was unbelievable, both in terms of flavors, presentations, and preparations. The food contains seasonal ingredients and incorporates molecular gastronomy techniques. My fiance and I traveled to Santa Fe for a day trip during our travels in the Four Corners region, it was worth every mile from the Village of Loch Lloyd - MO.Special Features:
- Santa Fe's "cut above" restaurantsDaveVIPDined on 8/3/2014Anasazi restaurant is a cut above for margaritas, food, and service. Close to the plaza, the patio offers a wonderful connection with the downtown. Sunday brunch is best enjoyed in the dining room. The dishes are creative and delicious and served in a wonderfully restored building.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent quality prix fixeSantaFeLocavoreDined on 8/1/2014The chef himself came to our table to describe his offerings for the evening's prix fixe menu priced at $45. Starters: heirloom tomato and peach salad, with peach gazpacho sorbet or crab cakes. Entrees: lamb sirloin or halibut with lobster. Dessert: Vanilla pannacotta with rhubarb gelatin, puree and sorbet. Our group of four tried everything and were happily impressed with all the dishes. Initially the service was very attentive. Unfortunately, in spite of our telling the wait staff that we had to leave at a particular time for a performance, we had to prompt our servers to bring dessert and our check. We were rushed to depart and make the curtain.Special Features:
- A Wonderful Meal-Special OccasionPBVJVIPDined on 7/27/2014We dine at the Anasazi Restaurant often and can honestly say no one in our party have ever been unhappy with their meal. If you've never dined here you should give it a try! Sunday Brunch is a good meal to start with!Special Features:
- The following 620 reviews are from the Anasazi Restaurant reviews archive.
- great diningFussartyDined on 7/12/2014One of our memorable nights and great dinners in Santa FE.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent DinnerBonVivantTraineeDined on 7/12/2014Another great dinner at Anasazi! All courses great, and service was excellent.Special Features:
- Superior ServiceNewcomerVIPDined on 7/12/2014Thanks to our server, Leslie, we had the perfect dinner--with food prepared to our specific desires. She suggested the flan for dessert and it was fantastic.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Anasazi 2014trow1Dined on 7/11/2014The food was fine and the service very good, but this is in essence a hotel restaurant. In Santa Fe, there are probably a dozen restaurants I would rate far better with respect to ambiance, creativity in mixing flavors, presentation and impeccable service. Of the dozen or so meals we ate in SF, I would rate Anasazi toward the bottom. Good but not great, as their competition is strong.
- Great Wedding Anniversary VenueCowboyDuarteDinningDined on 6/28/2014Took my wife here for our 12 year anniversary and it was great. The live music (one guy playing classical guitar and singing) was a nice surprise. The environment set the mood for a nice quite and romantic dinner. The menu was simply yet allowed for some variation, which I prefer than a long laundry list of choices. They serve warm homemade bread with chile and herb butter, very tasty. We ordered the Duck Mole, which was excellent. For our main course, I had the Sea Bass, which was good. My wife had the better dish, the blackened Salmon (AWESOME).Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.