About Radish & Rye
Radish & Rye is more than a restaurant or even a business. It’s an expression of our values, creativity, and love of this community. We hope our passion shows in our service as well as our cuisine. Whether you choose to dine in our intimate and well-appointed dining room, or to eat in our lively and inviting bar, you’ll be taken care of by some of Santa Fe’s finest professionals.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Sunday: 5:00pm - Close
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Feel free to park anywhere in Sanbusco parking.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Wine
Radish & Rye Ratings and Reviews
Southeastern inspired menu. Thoroughly enjoyed! Excellent service and beverage menu. Appetizers- fritters, Brussels, and rubs were excellent. My main was the polenta and seasonal vegetables which was excellent. The trout we ordered was overdone but overall very happy with our experience!
The waiter and staff was absolutely amazing! My girlfriend and I split 4 small plates which was more than enough food. Cocktails were delicious. One of the few places I've ever seen that serves a "Hot Totty." All of the food was delicious but the ribs are an absolute must!!
We arrived 45 minutes early and they sat us right away at the bar; we decided to have dinner there. The bartender was very attentive, funny and informative. The service was truly exceptional. It took a few minutes longer than he thought it should for our appetizer to arrive so he comped it. The pork chop was exceptional and the salmon was out of this world. They accommodated our no carb request with elan as well. It was fun and entertaining, highly recommended.
I went to Radish and Rye with some foodie friends. As a vegetarian, I really enjoyed the vegetable and polenta dish. My meat eating friends also said their dishes were delicious, and all portions were very large. I indulged on the bread and butter with Radishes which was delicious.
Really nice farm to table restaurant just across the river from the plaza. We shared a salad and app of saltine shrimp. Then the salmon and t bone lamb chops. All were perfectly prepared. Service was attentive without being overbearing. Good wine by the glass and beer options. Best meal we had in three nights in Santa Fe. The place is busy with an energetic buzz. Even with its own small lot, parking is a challenge.
Food was fun and tasty. Staff was excellent. Our waiter, I'm sorry, forget his name - he is the actor. My girlfriend who owns a restaurant in Albuquerque thought he was fantastic and wanted him to come train all of her servers. Anyway we had a great time. It was a delightful evening I especially love the fact that when you go to the restroom there's a young lady there escorting you into it.
Made a reservation about a month ahead for NYE. At the time there was no mention of a fixed menu on the website. The restaurant called a couple days before NYE to say there was a fixed $90 menu. By then it was too late to find a reservation anywhere else. Perhaps shame on us for not assuming there would be a special menu.
Even though we made a reservation ahead of time we were still seated in the bar next to the door. I assume reserving online put us at a disadvantage.
My wife is vegetarian and ordered the winter soup and farmers pie. The soup was okay but she couldn't eat even half the farmers pie. It was just not good.
I ordered the pork belly and filet and thought both tasted very good.
The drinks were good and the wait staff was very attentive.
Considering it was $90 fixed price this was a disappointing experience.
I will begin this review by stating that I will return to this restaurant and give it another chance. My husband and I dined here for my 30th Birthday, which happened to be New Years Eve. We were informed the day of our reservation by a voicemail that there was. $90/person fixed menu. Well I recognize that this is a common practice for holiday dinners, the price was quite excessive for the options presented and in comparison to even the most pricey options on the regular menu.
When we arrived, we were greeted by the hostess's warm welcome, but then informing us that they needed our table by 7:40. We were eating early as we had small children to return to, and were unlikely to stay for 2 hours, but still a rude comment I thought. A server brought over some bubbles and poured them into waiting champagne flutes and wished me a happy birthday. I thought this was a great touch until the end of the dinner when a different server told me that the champagne toast was removed from our bill. Well, since we didn't order it, it seemed to be presented as a birthday gift, and we already paid $90/person - was I at one point expected to pay for it?
The food was OK, but didn't live up to what we'd heard about the menu. I had a salad and my husband the soup as a starter. Both ok, but there was exactly 5 spoons of soup. We both ordered the filet option with smashed potatoes and asparagus. It seemed a bit hotel-ballroom ish. The waiter scoffed at my requested temperature of well done, but I've had these cuts of meat at restaurants with fixed menus and know they are all ready to just be heated. If the asparagus was fresh, I'd be really surprised because it appeared reheated from a frozen bag.
Dessert was again just ok. I had some sort of crumbly pie, that I didn't finish, and my husband the flourless chocolate, which he stated, "Its hard to mess up chocolate anything.
Overall, I was a bit disappointed with our first visit. I'd like to give this another try.
Nice that they source most food locally. The food was above average in a town for foodies. Service is pathetic though. Long waits. Waiter takes empty wine cocktail glass when they bring food but no offer of something else to drink. Had to flag waiters down multiple times for simple things. Food is a tad pricey for what they serve. I will try it again but probably not worth a second look.
One of the best things about Radish & Rye was the warm, courteous welcome and excellent service throughout our dinner. This restaurant is somewhat hip and very lively. The edition of blue grass taped music added to the ambiance. The beet salad was delicious and fresh, the fish entrees basic, and the desserts imaginative. Radish & Rye is a popular restaurant for good reasons.
We were there when they had a fixed price menu. We ate more than we would have normally ordered and the tab was quite high. Food temperature could have been warmer. We complained that the coffee was not hot and the server brought replacement. Good but not outstanding.
The food was excellent. But dinner on Christmas Eve took 2 hours and 10 minutes. Prix-fix with no substitutions on vegetable sides. Loud music in bar area. Waitsperson has a snarky attitude when we complained about how long our food was taking. This was also not just us—the four-top adjacent to us also complained to the manager. I’ll go back for the food, but if the service is the same I’ll leave after the appetizer course.
Christmas Eve. We were not told it was $90 price fix We are not big eaters so we couldn’t eat near all our food. Service was slow. We ordered Bombay martinis and were told they had run out of Bombay the night before Really?? They substituted something else but made no adjustment and continued to charge us for the Bombay Sapphire upgrade!! Our res was 5:45 and we didn’t get out of there til 8:25. We’ve eaten here before and enjoyed it but our Christmas Eve dinner was a disappointment
Don’t miss Radish and Rye when in Santa Fe! The service is incredible - from the initial greeting to the very attentive staff. The front of the house is incredibly well run and is complimented by the outstanding and creative kitchen. Cocktails are well crafted and unique. The bourbon selection is notable. We ordered several of the small plates and they were perfect. The local food focus is evident. This is a must try!
Everything was exceptional. The service was wonderful. Everyone was attentive, extremely helpful with suggestions, warm and low key. And the food was outstanding. Just a lovely evening all around. I will definitely tell friends coming to Santa Fe to make this a must do for dinner!
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