TerraCotta Wine Bistro is a smart casual food and wine restaurant located in the historic district of downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico, in a charming 19th century adobe building near the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum and the Downtown Plaza. Our unique Santa Fe restaurant features globally-inspired food, wine and beer, utilizing local and regional foods. At Terracotta Wine Bistro we pride ourselves on using high quality ingredients, in creative combinations that change seasonally. The ambiance is inviting, informal, up-beat, and just plain fun- great for intimate or large gatherings. Best of all, we are moderately priced.
Our varied menu features both large and smaller portions of daily entrees that encourage guests to sample and share a number of dishes.
TerraCotta Happy Hour continues all day long, with over 60 wine by the glass options available for $6 every day until 6pm.
Regionally inspired rustic New Mexican, Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine from Chef and Food Historian Frederick Muller.
Pars cuisine looks a bit like the way you might imagine the inside of a persian castle.Pars, Albuquerque's only restaurant that offers traditional Persian, Mediterranian Cuisine and Belly Dancers in an exotic and Romantic setting. Pars Luxurious offerings include Samavar Bar,Tea Room and a private room with Audio Visual and Free Wi Fi for your next meeting or any special occasion.
New mexico Business Weekly title Pars Cuisine PERSIAN PARADISE (vol.17,n0. 31,2010)
Best middle Eastern Food by Alibi Best of Burque Restaurants 9 years in a row.
3 1/2 * by Albuquerque Journal in 1998,2003 and 2008.
Please note for dinner service entertainment nights there is a $15 average minimum per person.
The Saucy Italian Bistro is Albuquerque's newest Northern Italian restaurant, exhibiting authentic recipes that illustrate longstanding traditional tastes. At the Saucy Italian Bistro, we grew up around food and family. We are very proud to be a family owned and operated business. Pioneered by culinary connoisseur, former owner and creator of Mykonos Café & Taverna, Maria Constantine brings her extensive restaurant expertise to The Saucy Italian Bistro. With the immense success and longevity of the Greek cuisine and overall operations at Mykonos, Maria and her family are now revealing their longstanding love for Northern Italian Cuisine. The first area of restaurant cooking introduced to Maria's family was actually Italian cuisine. Much like the Grecian culinary traditions, Northern Italian cuisine is known to preserve and beckon the time honored joys of food and celebration, best experienced with friends and family. We prepare our food as we would for our extended family.
M’Tucci’s Kitchina is a friendly, comfortable, lively Italian restaurant, passionate about our food and making your dining experience one to remember. We strive to produce serious food, in a warm environment It’s a place for people to gather, eat, talk, laugh and meet their neighbors. Kitchina is a celebration of the sweet life. We want our guests to know our restaurant as a place they want to be for pure enjoyment and wonderful Italian food. It’s relaxed, and creatively designed. We are open every day for lunch starting at 11AM. The kitchen closes at 10PM on weekdays and 11PM on Friday and Saturday. We close the kitchen at 9PM on Sunday. We have a full bar, a very interesting wine selection and everything is moderately priced. Our bar stays open later than our kitchen if there are people who want to hang out for a while.
Andiamo opened its doors in 1995 and quickly became known as a gathering place for locals. Our historic railyard space—dating back to the late 1880’s — and gracious staff lend a uniquely Santa Fean personality to your dining experience. Andiamo’s thoughtful selection of seasonal, Italian-inspired food and sophisticated wines offer a respite for foodies in a town often better known for green chile and nouvelle cuisine. Sourced by the local farmer’s market, prepared and served with care, a meal at Andiamo sustains more than the body. Please visit our web site for more information.
Located in the Sanbusco Market Center on the Western edge of the Historic District, Pranzo has been a local favorite since 1988. We received the Wine Spectator 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011, 2012 and 2013 Awards of Excellence. Broadway vocalists and pianists are featured in the Geist Cabaret Fridays and Saturdays. From Pizza Margherita to Linguine Carbonara, to Prime Colorado Ribeye Steak, Pranzo boasts Santa Fe's favorite Italian American cuisine, most knowledgeable waitstaff, New Mexico's deepest list of great Italian wines and 20 wines by the glass served Normale (6.3 oz.) and Gigante (9 oz.). Chef Steven Lemon greets multiple Northern New Mexico farmers in his kitchen each week to buy the finest and freshest produce available.
In the picturesque rural village of Arroyo Seco a few miles north of Taos, Sabroso offers exquisite American and Global cuisine nightly for dinner. Dine fireside, on the patio, or in our intimate bar where live entertainment can be enjoyed on many nights. House specialties include freshly squeezed margaritas, oysters, wood-grilled steaks and fish, and many appetizers. We offer 20 different wines from around the world by the glass. Our award-winning wine list has over 120 wines from all major wine regions at prices ranging from $30 to over $300 with most in the $40 to $60 range. We offer more than 100 different liquor selections, twenty beers by the bottle, and two on tap. We have two menus: one for fine dining and another for informal bar dining. You may sit in the air-conditioned inside bar or dining room or select the outside covered portal, the patio bar, or the intimate plum grove. Sabroso is located on State Highway 150 4.7 miles north of US Highway 64.