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About Anasazi Restaurant
Inspired by Santa Fe’s rich cultural and culinary history, Executive Chef Edgar Beas’ menus fuse old world techniques with modern, innovative recipes and artful plating. The dishes fully embrace the Inn’s Southwestern and native heritage and are consistently changing and adapting to reflect the freshest, most seasonal local ingredients.
The Anasazi Bar has long been considered one of Santa Fe's most popular bars and is known for its Silver Coin Margaritas and classic cocktails. The bar also features a lounge area with additional seating and a dedicated tequila table. At the tequila table, guests can taste the restaurant's comprehensive collection of premium tequilas, enjoy unique tequila and food pairings. The bar and lounge features the Para Picar menu which includes a selection of small plates designed for sharing. Jesus Bas Saturday evenings from 7:00pm until 10:00pm.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Southwest, Latin American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast - 7:00am - 10:30am
Lunch - 11:30am - 2:30pm
Bar Fare - 2:30pm - 9:45pm
Dinner - 5:30pm - 8:45pm
Sunday Brunch - 11:00am - 2:30pm
Monday-Saturday - 11:30am - 10:00pm
Sunday - 11:00am - 10:00pm
Nusbaum Street and E Palace Avenue
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Classical Spanish guitarist on Saturday Nights.
Inn of the Anasazi offers a variety of catering options. Featuring Chef Beas's innovative cuisine, the Inn caters to the guest's individual needs.
Complimentary valet parking available for Anasazi Restaurant and Bar guests based on availability.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
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 Beas's cuisine.
Anasazi Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
We came here for a fixed price Thanksgiving dinner. The choices were limited, unimaginative and way over priced. The turkey offering was a turkey leg which we passed on. There was a vegetarian choice and the third was the filet which we both ordered. Mine was underdone and the sauce was non existent. Two offerings for dessert. A very mundane pumpkin pie sliver or an ok Cranberry tart. The starter salad was way too sweet. This for $95 per person. Plus we each had one cocktail and one glass of wine which with tip and tax cane to $300. Don’t waste your money. We had come here for their Thanksgiving dinner about 10 years ago and our experience then was quite different. Never again
Third time I've been to Anasazi. The service is always great. The food...we had two seafood dishes that were just overcooked. Seared octopus was tough and overdone and what the kitchen did to a lovely piece of halibut was obscene. Overcooked, but only by 1 minute. I've had seafood each time I've been to Anasazi and it's always overcooked. But then, Santa Fe is a long way from any ocean! The wine list was good, but we were told there was only one bottle left of our selection! At least we got it, but we had to drink slowly because we could get only one! But it was half off Monday and we didn't know! That made the wine even more delicious after we got the bill.
The restaurant was in a great location just off the main square in Santa Fe. The menu offered some interesting choices as well as some of the traditional items expected in Santa Fe. It had a great vibe but was still quiet enough to carry on a conversation. Definitely one we would recommend .
Very disappointing! Ate here years ago when it was a top rated restaurant. In addition to other dishes that were just ok, between the 4 of us, we had 2 different pasta dishes that were terrible. They'd be better off taking the pasta off the menu. That being said, we're staying in the hotel (wonderful) and breakfast is very good in the restaurant.
Went for pre-opera dinner Prix fixe menu advertised not available Starters were fine (soft shell crab with avocado salad fine but a little salty; buffalo mozzarella and tomatoes fresh and flavorful) Entrees too "fancy" without flavor -- halibut pleasant but bamboo rice too foo-foo Peas ravioli would have been extremely bland without the honey butter; burnt onion flavored foccaccia not worth the effort. For price charged expect tablecloths, BTW.
Nice energy from staff who seemed happy that we were there. Food and service outstanding. Wine choices were great. Cocktails were innovative. Decor is beautiful. They had a wonderful Spanish guitarist who created a lovely ambiance. This is one of the best of Santa Fe.
We were very excited to dine here for our 33rd Anniversary. We had heard good things about the restaurant; however, we were truly disappointed by the food. The service staff was good and very attentive. Unfortunately that did not make up for the uninspired food we selected as our entree. We visit Santa Fe yearly. This was a new restaurant for us and it will not be in our rotation.
Our dinner was very disappointing. We have dined at The Inn of the Anasazi many times over the years but this was the worst meal we have ever had. The charred Gem salad had sand in it and very little flavor. The duck which was recommended to us by our waitress (whom we liked best of the whole experience although at the end of the dinner she seemed distracted) was gamey and paired with a hazelnut sponge cake that had a very strange flavor. We will not eat here again.
I had eaten here in August of 2015 and honestly had one of the best dining experiences. We were a party of four and all orders were exceptional including the best salmon I will ever eat. We were so looking forward on this return visit to that same treat. It is unfortunate that the chef from that period is now gone. Every dish from apitizer ( artichoke and a octopus dish) to the halibut and lamb chop were at best below average and at worst just awful. The vegetables with my lamb honestly tasted like dirt. I have spent a good portion of my work life in the restaurant trade and I hate knocking down any food trade. When you spend over 75.00 per person ( no tip included) I expect great service and food. Cost is never the issue when those two items are great. As I left I noticed a total lack of customers for a Saturday and for having a huge event in town right on the square. I now know why.
Ate outside on the patio for brunch. An order of eggs Benedict came out with hollandaise sauce when ordered on the side. Service was terrible. Three different waiters. Our first waiter went on break we were told. Asked three times for the check and for separate checks which took 30 minutes. No repeat!
Yet another mind-blowing Santa Fe foodie moment: oh, Anasazi, you had me at the summer melon gazpacho and onion ash focaccia bread with butter served on a Himalayan salt cube. The extraordinary decor was a magnificent bonus! #mesohappy #santafe #vacay #NomNomNom
Downtown Santa Fe Hotel dining and bar. Interiors redone and much improved.
Ok patio that flows into a cool bar and even better lounge, then the dining room, still stuck int he back.
Think that the bar menu is much improved and looked great. We sampled the small dinner menu. Interesting,flavorful and nice presentation with pleasant service.
Just a flat, dead vibe-fairly empty when town is jammed with people.
Think that they should drop their fine dining attempt and go all out on their interesting bar/cocktail/bar sampler menus. Could be very successful.
The dry-aged striploin steaks my wife and I had were cooked to perfection, with a little bit of charring, which we like. Our server was excellent and the wait staff very attentive. We both ordered dessert, which was not added to our bill after we told our server it was our 44th wedding anniversary.
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