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Taos's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
A photo of Doc Martin's restaurant
3.9
Excellent(282)
$$$$
• Southwest British • Taos
Booked 5 times today
A truly Southwestern restaurant in the heart of Taos, Doc Martin’s celebrates all that is New Mexico. Authentic dishes are handcrafted using local ingredients and served alongside an award-winning wine list.
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4.5
Awesome(454)
$$$$
• Contemporary American • Taos
Booked 5 times today
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 4 nights a week. House specialties include freshly squeezed margaritas, crab cakes, 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 130 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 four New Mexico beers on tap. Our menu features many locally-sourced items including New Mexico lamb and pork. 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.

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Taos, New Mexico, offers a unique blend of Spanish, Native American and Anglo cultures. Nowhere in this beautifully rugged city is that more evident than in the city's restaurants. The city's galleries and museums are surrounded by great American-style cafes and authentic Mexican restaurants. Many offer outdoor dining with amazing views of the surrounding Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Enjoy the laid-back vibe of this community while dining on chile en nogada, blue crab cakes or homemade granola in the Plaza district. Or, you can head to the El Prado district for fried chicken tenders smothered with hot aji Amarillo sauce. Head to the south side of town for crab eggs benedict if you want a unique brunch.

Taos, New Mexico, offers a unique blend of Spanish, Native American and Anglo cultures. Nowhere in this beautifully rugged city is that more evident than in the city's restaurants. The city's galleries and museums are surrounded by great American-style cafes and authentic Mexican restaurants. Many offer outdoor dining with amazing views of the surrounding Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Enjoy the laid-back vibe of this community while dining on chile en nogada, blue crab cakes or homemade granola in the Plaza district. Or, you can head to the El Prado district for fried chicken tenders smothered with hot aji Amarillo sauce. Head to the south side of town for crab eggs benedict if you want a unique brunch.

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