Our first visit, we enjoyed our dinner with another couple. Lovely tastes and a carefully constructed menu. Those in the bar area were really having a great time.
Very good for most part- dessert was fair
Great food. Just took too long between apps and entrea so wine filled us up.
Very attentive staff. Food is delicious. Set in a charming house. My only complaint is the party next to us was very loud making it difficult to hear my dining companion. Overall, food, service and atmosphere exceeded my expectations. We'll definitely return.
Handsome Decore with great wall hangings, excellent food and service and a friendly owner.
The menu is creative with southern influences. We service was very good for a busy night (Valentines) We will be back and will recommend to our friends.
If you are a local or visiting town, this would be a must visit.
So far our absolutely favorite dinner in Santa Fe! And it’s not really about the radishes it’s all about the Rye and we are not talking bread! Our server, Rod, was amazing! He answered all of our questions, made great suggestions, as well as being attentive and very humorous! I guess it helped that he had the same first name as my husband and his middle name was our last name! We started with a bourbon mule which was the most fresh ginger flavor and not too sweet, and the seasonal shrub, which happened to be bourbon with apple cranberry and allspice, was perfectly balanced and again, not too sweet! We started with small plates of ribs and fried green tomatoes with homemade pimento cheese. The tomatoes were firm, lightly battered, and the pimento cheese was flavorful and a great accompaniment. My husband thoroughly enjoyed the ribs. I had a taste; they were tender and sweet. They serve you three, but you can get four for an inexpensive upgrade. For dinner we shared the 16 ounce ribeye steak which was cooked perfectly (medium well) and sliced in the kitchen so we could share it. It was served with a vinegary dipping sauce and tiny purple fingerling potatoes. We also had the corn fritters with jalapeño and green goddess dip. We ate everything but my husband is a big eater. Because this restaurant is farm to table; everything was fresh, flavorful and perfection! of course when we saw the dessert menu which had homemade bourbon pecan pie as well as three flavors of homemade ice cream (chocolate pecan brittle, vanilla blueberry, and chocolate with white chocolate chunks all with bourbon) we had to try them. They were the perfect finish to an amazing meal I would go there every night if there weren’t so many restaurants in Santa Fe! Restaurant was relatively quiet even though it was busy, staff was extremely attentive to the diners, the music was country but it was enjoyable classic country. It was our most expensive meal so far but worth it!
One Word. “ Grandtastic “. Jack & Gay Boasberg