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42 restaurants available nearby

A photo of Gabriel's - Santa Fe restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Mexican / Southwestern • Santa Fe
Booked 22 times today
Five minutes north of the Opera on Hwy 285, savor the cuisine of the Southwest and Old Mexico at the eatery Zagat labels "one of America's top restaurants, a true Mexican classic, rated excellent in all categories." Enjoy the spacious outdoor patio with a spectacular mountain view. Inside, the thick adobe walls and kiva fireplaces create a cozy, romantic atmosphere. Featuring guacamole made fresh at your table, renowned margaritas, authentic Mexican cuisine and handmade corn tortillas. Lunch and dinner served daily.
A photo of Santacafe restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Santa Fe
Booked 36 times today
Old~world elegance meets contemporary cuisine in a venue that boasts one of the best outdoor dining experiences in Santa Fe. Nestled in the charm and elegance of one of Santa Fe's most beloved historical homes, Santacafé has been a restaurant icon for over 40 years. It was bought in 2019 by Santa Fe restauranteur Quinn Stephenson - the driving force behind another Santa Fe legend, Coyote Café. Boasting one of the best outdoor patio dining experiences the City Different has to offer, Santacafé combines the traditions of modern American cooking with exquisitely locally sourced ingredients.
A photo of La Boca - Santa Fe restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Tapas / Small Plates • Santa Fe
Booked 31 times today
Opened in 2006 by 8 time James Beard Award Nominee, Chef James Campbell Caruso.La Boca has the feel of a lively European wine bar, featuring an extensive selection of carefully chosen Spanish wines and Sherries. Chef Caruso's Modern Spanish Cuisine is inspired by the exuberance of Spanish cooking combined with fresh, local ingredients. La Boca has been  called "the most influential restaurant in Santa Fe" by the Pasatiempo Magazine and the New York Times describes the menu as "modern re-inventions of classic Spanish cuisine" Knowledgeable and animated staff graciously guide guests to the perfect wine to complement their meals. La Boca also prides itself on being an ambassador of Spanish sherry culture, transporting its guests to Jerez in the crisp cool flavors of Fino, or the deep fig-essence of a Pedro Ximenez.Join us every Thursday and Friday night for live music on the Taberna main stage!
A photo of Geronimo restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• Fusion / Eclectic • Santa Fe
Booked 28 times today
Geronimo has established a reputation as THE place to dine in Santa Fe. Tradition and innovation merge at this Canyon Road legend, where simplicity and understatement reign. New Mexico's only Mobil 4 star and AAA 4 Diamond rated restaurant. Winner of TripAdvisor's Top 10 Restaurants in the United States.
A photo of Coyote Cafe restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Southwest British • Santa Fe
Booked 24 times today
With over three decades of experience in fine dining, Coyote Cafe & Cantina continues to be Santa Fe's most famous and celebrated restaurant & rooftop bar. Coyote cafe was instrumental in pioneering the use of regional, native ingredients in creative contemporary dishes, earning it's role as one of Santa Fe's most iconic restaurants. The Cantina is a local favorite, and tourist destination for exceptional mixology. Voted Santa Fe's Best Cocktail for over 10 years, patrons can expect to be wowed with a variety of unique cocktails paired with inspired twists on traditional New Mexican cuisine.Nestled at the heart of downtown Santa Fe, Coyote Cafe & Cantina stands as an essential culinary destination for discerning palates exploring the unique flavors of the City Different.
A photo of Arroyo Vino restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• Contemporary American • Santa Fe
Booked 5 times today
Arroyo Vino serves an ever changing seasonal menu of Contemporary American fare. We source the best seafood, meat and produce from local purveyors and farmers. In addition we have a full bar serving Santa Fe's best craft cocktails.
A photo of Red Sage Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Steakhouse • Santa Fe
Booked 8 times today
Red Sage is your destination for your next romantic night out, business dinner and drinks or group event. Fare rotates seasonally, and our extensive wine selection will wow the most discriminating tastes.Red Sage also offers a private dining experience for any need. Our smaller Private Dining Room can accommodate 14 guests and our larger room can accommodate 14 to 30 guests. Both spaces are perfect for Receptions, Dinners, Conferences, Board Meetings, Rehearsal Dinners, Baby and Bridal Showers, Birthday Parties, Anniversary Celebrations, Intimate Dinner Parties, and Corporate Dinners.Red Sage has a diverse Wine Selection of domestic and European varieties. This collection includes local New Mexico producers and wine makers with familiar labels and approachable pricing.
A photo of Sazon restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• Latin American • Santa Fe
Booked 19 times today
Originally from Mexico City, Chef Fernando Olea, formerly Chef of Epazote, has been enthralling diners in Santa Fe since 1991. Chef Olea creates sophisticated flavors using Old Mexico’s indigenous and culinary traditions alongside ingredients from around the world. His menu is deliberately small, featuring fresh and locally sourced produce and meats when possible.Nothing evokes the mystery of Mexican cuisine more than mole, a sauce of complex flavors that usually includes toasted and ground spices, seeds, nuts, chocolate and chile. Many mole recipes contain more than thirty ingredients and some recipes have five varieties of chile alone. Chef Olea is delighted to share his moles that include his "New Mexican Mole" that he created to commemorate Santa Fe’s 400 year anniversary in 2009. The large mural in the main dining room, was painted and presented to Chef Olea by Federico Leon De La Vega, a well- known artist from Mexico City.
A photo of Zacatlan restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Mexican / Southwestern • Santa Fe
Booked 13 times today
The name Zacatlán surged from the origins of our chef, Eduardo Rodriguez. He was born in Zacatecas, Mexico (north-central Mexico), which is defined as "the habitants of the land where grass grows". Zacatlán is the nahuatl translation for "land with an abundance of grass", and that is where our idea of Zacatlán Restaurant began. Zacatlán Restaurant desires to continue to preserve the traditions for our upcoming generations, while bringing forth new flavors. These new flavors incorporate Southwestern and Mexican influences. We are established near the Santa fe Plaza, right off of Guadalupe Street. We want to unveil a new fusion of food for everyone in Santa Fe and those who visit.
A photo of Bourbon Grill restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Steakhouse • Santa Fe
Booked 4 times today
The Bourbon Grill, located at the site of the former Steaksmith, is a local favorite: famous for an unbeatable Happy Hour (3pm-6pm every day), mouthwatering desserts, and steaks and seafood with a New Mexico twist. Plus, we offer a bourbon inspired cocktail list and a plethora of world class wines by the glass. Serving dinner nightly, 3pm-close, Chef Ricardo Rodriguez' signature cuisine is not to be missed. Don't forget to ask about our banquet room and private dining options. BAR SEATING IS FIRST COME FIRST SERVER, WE DO NOT ACCEPT RESERVATIONS IN THE BAR!

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  • OpenTable Diner
    Denver / Colorado •1 review
    Dined 3 days ago
    The setting is beautiful, the food is great and the presentation of the courses is gorgeous!
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    La Plazuela at La Fonda on the PlazaPrice: Expensive• Southwest• Santa Fe
  • Panko
    Baltimore / Maryland •321 reviews
    Dined 3 days ago
    We’ve dined at Coyote Cafe numerous times and this experience was as special as the others. It’s definitely one of our favorites. This joint is the optimal blend of fine dining with party casual. The whole dining room is celebratory during the dinner hours. The servers look like athletes the way they cover the very busy room. The service team approach here is appropriate. Annette did a fine job as our service “quarterback”. Kicking things off, my wife’s martini was garnished with a lemon twist manipulated into an elaborate bow tie—like a bartender’s circus act! For appetizers, we enjoyed an exceptional venison carpaccio with pickled cherries, cherry mostarda, shaved pecorino and crostinis, along with a hamachi crudo that was beautifully plated and tasty. For entrees, we each had the grilled lobster tails—the portions were very generous—served over house-made pappardelle pasta (guajillo chile powder infuses the dough). Two creamy sauces are involved, a sweet corn-based one coats the pasta while the aioli tops the lobster meat. The house-made corn bread and incredible coconut-vanilla ice cream rounded out the meal. (See eyes rolling back in head.) Coyote Cafe is numero uno in Santa Fe for a mashup of fine dining and casual excitement.
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    Coyote CafePrice: Moderate• Southwest British• Santa Fe
  • magnolia55vip
    Houston •11 reviews
    Dined 4 days ago
    Best Spanish food we have had since we traveled through Spain! The tapas and paella were excellent as was the service. Our waiter, Gino, was particularly helpful in answering our menu questions, and we were so grateful. Wish we lived in Santa Fe so we can come back often!
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    La Boca - Santa FePrice: Expensive• Tapas / Small Plates• Santa Fe
  • joeK
    Dallas - Fort Worth •16 reviews
    Dined 6 days ago
    Santacafe is great. We had reservations and were a little early, no problem, they sat us early. All was very good. The waitstaff was great, the food was great and since it was my wife's birthday, they gave us a free desert. All in all, this was a great night.
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    SantacafePrice: Moderate• American• Santa Fe
  • Wilber
    Denver / Colorado •17 reviews
    Dined 7 days ago
    The ambience is pleasant. Lots of Frieda Kahlo on the walls. Somewhat repetitive. Service is EXCELLENT. The Sopa de Amor is the best soup that I have ever had in a restaurant. The shrimp enchilidas are over priced. Very few sheimp placed between the tortilias and the sauce is the same as the soup. Tasty but expensive for what is received. I am glad that we tried it but do not plan on returning.
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    SazonPrice: Very Expensive• Latin American• Santa Fe
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