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.
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Thursday, November 28, 2019
I ordered the special, Elk chops, medium rare. It came out very well done. I returned it, and this time it was so rare, I couldn’t eat it. Fortunately the dish was credited, and I was not charged for it.
My first visit to Satnta fe. Stayed here at hotel as well. Everyone and everything was a delight. Dinner and breakfast wonderful.
We experienced a great ambiance and less than great food
Wonderful experience in a beautiful setting. Our server was warm, and skilled at both anticipating our needs and following our pace. We shared several dishes and all were wonderful. Especially recommend the locally-sourced bison filet. Will encourage any friends visiting Santa Fe to go to Anasazi!
During our stay in Santa Fe, we at at Anasazi, the Coyote Cafe, and Geronimo. All were very very good, but Anasazi was the best of the three. Our meal was outstanding in every dish. We appreciated the amusee bouche of shrimp ceviche - I could have had a whole bowl and called it dinner! The house-made tagliatelle was delicious, and the Hawaiian snapper was an amazing combination of flavors.
I understand that the Anasazi has a fairly new chef - he is great! Every single dish we ordered was a winner, and every bite was excellent.
Just stopped in for a snack. Enjoyed the silver coin margarita. Shared some nachos ... just okay.
Overpriced and mediocre tourist venue with bland New Mexico fusion cuisine.
Pork chop was extremely tough and hard to cut. Salmon was very good but the piece was so small it looked like an appetizer.
We enjoyed the ambience inside. Went again for afternoon coffee outside. The foods we ordered were really good. Met Chef Peter who was busy helping his staff. Friendly and classy restaurant.
Love, love this place! Eat here!! Wonderful, Great food, great service. Lovely atmosphere. I could eat the stuffed chicken 5 days a week! Salmon and ravioli also excellent. Get dessert too! Wait staff and chef very personable. Note, I never write reviews, but had to give this place a compliment.
We’ve eaten at Anasazi before, but were disappointed this time. They were woefully understaffed, with only one waiter for the entire dining room, so service was incredibly slow. My duck entree was completely undercooked (actually raw), fatty and chewy. However, the deconstructed banana cream pie we had for dessert was delicious. And then it took forever for the waiter to notice that we were finished and ready for the bill. I would not go back there.
The lunch menu these days is excellent. Generous portions. I had the open face trout sandwich which was loaded with arugula and good roasted veggies. My friend had the open face lamb sandwich which had loads of lamb, green chile and more arugula! Delicious dry rose wine accompanied our food. The strawberry cobbler with fennel ice cream was very good. The pineapple upside down cake was disappointingly sacherine, don't bother.
Pretty room, professional service.
The atmosphere, service and food were excellent ... We loved the live music!
The chef is very involved in making sure you have a great dining experience. The food and service are amazing.
The best food and service in Santa Fe!
Very tasty breakfast and great service.
Service was very slow. Food was good but not good enough for the price and quality of service
Staff was very attentive; the cook even delivered food he had prepared. Sitting outside was so relaxing.
Their Cobb salad is terrific, maybe the best in Santa Fe. Great tequila bar with Mescal, attentive and friend
Y staff with a sense of humor. The new decor isn’t an improvement because it’s always been great.
Beautiful restaurant. OK service. Very inconsistent preparation. Great burger on this visit. The string curly fries were greasy and limp. Good coffee.
Food wasn’t anything spectacular, good, not great.
Service was slow. Friendly but very slow.
New chef is producing some really excellent dishes. Ambiance and service really do not support the price point. Servers seemed inexperienced and not polished at all. Wine list is extensive, but over priced.
We have been eating here since the day it opened. Lovely place. Food was great with the exception of one of our desserts which they removed from our bill.
Lovely atmosphere , very good service and in the middle of the very busy native anerican market service still amazing. Had a wonderful lunch and enjoyed the people watching and great food!!
Good food, but burger is too big and messy to pick up. Service was slow and a bit scattered.
Amazing citrus jalapeno glazed salmon. Outside patio is nice as well.
Everything was perfect... Interesting and expressive food... Thoughtful and attentive service... And a visit from the chef (the way great restaurants used to be!!) Thanks for a lovely dinner,!!
We had a beautiful meal here in the patio. Such a delicious chilled soup to start. Bloody. Maria fantastic. Ranch Breakfast is over the top. One of our favorites
I booked this restaurant because my out-of-town guest and I were going to see "The Pearl Fishers" at the opera, and we wanted to try the opera menu. But once we were seated we were told it was not being offered that night (there was only a ballet menu).
So I ordered the pork chop. The server specifically asked how I'd like it done, and I said "medium-rare on the rare side". It was served well-done, making it chewy and not at all juicy. Would have missed the opera if i'd sent it back, so I took it home to the dog who enjoyed it tremendously.
We thoroughly enjoyed our meals at Anasazi. Great staff, the chef serves food and spent time explaining dishes to us so we could appreciate the imagination that goes into every meal. Perfect size portions for all appetites.
My wife and I and good friends met for lunch. The space is pleasant and the noise level is lows so that we could converse easily. Each ordered a different item--salmon, lamb, cobb salad, fajitas. Three of the four were rated as excellent. The person getting the lamb item said it was "fine" but not excellent. The only negative was our server. Not attentive and he messed up the checks (twice). We are locals and will certainly be back again.
enjoyable meal. Lamb chops were delicious; duck less so. Very nice atmosphere. Cocktails at the bar were lovely, especially the spicy margarita.
The restaurant is gorgeous, the food is amazing, but, the service was atrocious, also a $13 mimosa you could finish in 3 sips. And this is a Rosewood Hotel restaurant...Shame on you!
Service good, but slow.
Also, met a friend . She sat outside, I inside and despite mentioning to staff, took them 10 mins. To figure out.
We had the Scottish Salmon and it was perfectly prepared and delicious! Our service was excellent.
Great. Would eat there again. Love the hotel and the restaurant adds great convenience. We enjoyed the presence of a first class restaurant!
We have had very good meals here in the past, and so it was shocking how bad the food was this time. The “strip loin” for $48 consisted of four small slices - about 2-1/2 by 1/2 inches each - of dry tepid meat similar to two-day left overs at home, in a mild watery red chili sauce (broth would be a more appropriate term). Fortunately they had ketchup to make it palatable. The accompaniment was a large black chili, still with some seeds, stuffed with a cheese and what seemed to be ground rock lobster concoction that was edible only because of what else was on the plate. So the food was a massive disappointment and the price for this debacle was not only insulting but made me feel like a fool. Anasazi, what happened to you?
Having dined at Anasazi a few years ago, we had high expectations for an elegant and delicious meal. Unfortunately this was not the case this time. Service was fine but the food was definitely lacking. Nothing was terrible but for the price we expected more than just ok. The biggest disappointment was the lobster taco which was not actually a taco but more of an enchilada- rolled flour tortilla, with not much in it! Extremely bland in taste. All 6 people in our party ordered it and were very disappointed. The sirloin my husband ordered was not steakhouse quality and came sliced??
The lemon ricotta ravioli were tasty and well prepared and the margaritas were really good.
Anasazi Restaurant is a lovely venue but this time was not worth the price.
Positively average. We are foodies both high end and occasionally low. We booked the Anasazi knowing it was high end for a special occasion for 6 people. Food is okay had better. We had a 730 reservation but they failed to seat us until 815. Guitar soloist - nice guy - only played for a short while longer leaving restaurant ambience mediocre in addition to staff clearing up empty tables and sweeping the floor. Staff not interactive nor seemingly interested. Very disappointed overall.
Nice creative menu. Leslie was great. She was helpful and attentive but allowed us to enjoy our dinner at our own pace. Love this restaurant.