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Guidebook for Santa Fe

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Guidebook for Santa Fe

Drinks & Nightlife
Watch the tourists mull about in the Plaza below from your second floor balcony seat while you sample our locally produced beer. This place doesn't serve food, but you can order a pie from Rooftop Pizzeria, easily on of the best in Santa Fe, and have it delivered to your table.
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Draft Station
60 East San Francisco Street
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Watch the tourists mull about in the Plaza below from your second floor balcony seat while you sample our locally produced beer. This place doesn't serve food, but you can order a pie from Rooftop Pizzeria, easily on of the best in Santa Fe, and have it delivered to your table.
This place is classic Santa Fe and a big favorite with tourists and locals alike. Prices are very reasonable.
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Del Charro
101 West Alameda Street
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This place is classic Santa Fe and a big favorite with tourists and locals alike. Prices are very reasonable.
This place was just recently opened by a couple of Santa Fe transplants. The brew their own beer, distill their own booze, and host some great musicians. This place isn't accessible on foot - do yourself a favor and take Uber. DUI laws are very strictly enforced in this town.
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Tumbleroot Brewery and Distillery
2791 Agua Fria St
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This place was just recently opened by a couple of Santa Fe transplants. The brew their own beer, distill their own booze, and host some great musicians. This place isn't accessible on foot - do yourself a favor and take Uber. DUI laws are very strictly enforced in this town.
This rooftop cantina is the best place to sip margaritas while you watch the sun go down.
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Coyote Cafe & Rooftop Cantina
132 West Water Street
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This rooftop cantina is the best place to sip margaritas while you watch the sun go down.
With a solid happy hour, daily beer specials, nightly live music and a great outdoor patio, The Cowgirl is a Santa Fe institution. According to my mom, they also have good milk.
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Cowgirl
319 South Guadalupe Street
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With a solid happy hour, daily beer specials, nightly live music and a great outdoor patio, The Cowgirl is a Santa Fe institution. According to my mom, they also have good milk.
Transdimensional portal/basement dive bar. You never know what you’re going to find when you descend the steps to the Matador. Open later than you’ll last. Cash only.
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The Matador
116 W San Francisco St
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Transdimensional portal/basement dive bar. You never know what you’re going to find when you descend the steps to the Matador. Open later than you’ll last. Cash only.
Art Deco ambiance, high end cocktails and live jazz on weekends.
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Tonic
103 E Water St
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Art Deco ambiance, high end cocktails and live jazz on weekends.
Entertainment & Activities
There's only so much eating and drinking you can do in Santa Fe. Here's some fun stuff to fill in the time in between, after you've had your fill of strolling about the magical streets in the Plaza area.
If you want to catch a movie in Santa Fe, the Violet Crown has small theaters and big screens. The restaurant serves up some pretty good chow, they have a good beer selection, and you're welcome to bring it to your seat while you watch the show.
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Violet Crown Santa Fe
1606 Alcaldesa Street
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If you want to catch a movie in Santa Fe, the Violet Crown has small theaters and big screens. The restaurant serves up some pretty good chow, they have a good beer selection, and you're welcome to bring it to your seat while you watch the show.
Santa Fe has some a great network of recreational trails and this great bike shop offers rentals if you want to take to two wheels while you're here.
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Mellow Velo
132 East Marcy Street
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Santa Fe has some a great network of recreational trails and this great bike shop offers rentals if you want to take to two wheels while you're here.
Just a short drive from town, nestled in the mountains on the way to the ski basin, you’ll find Ten Thousand Waves, one of the top-rated spas in the U.S. Come for a massage, or just to soak in the Japanese hot tubs Whatever you do, stay for dinner at Izanami, an izakaya-inspired restaurant that’s one of the best in town.
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Ten Thousand Waves
21 Ten Thousand Waves Way
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Just a short drive from town, nestled in the mountains on the way to the ski basin, you’ll find Ten Thousand Waves, one of the top-rated spas in the U.S. Come for a massage, or just to soak in the Japanese hot tubs Whatever you do, stay for dinner at Izanami, an izakaya-inspired restaurant that’s one of the best in town.
A little longer drive is Ojo Caliente, an ancient mineral spring and spa, and a great place to spend the afternoon/evening. The bar or the restaurant there are definitely the best game in town for food.
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Ojo Caliente
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A little longer drive is Ojo Caliente, an ancient mineral spring and spa, and a great place to spend the afternoon/evening. The bar or the restaurant there are definitely the best game in town for food.
Essentials
Best grocery store within walking distance.
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Sprouts Farmers Market
199 Paseo De Peralta
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Best grocery store within walking distance.
Food scene
To call this place a dive would be a little disrespectful - just don't have any illusions about ambiance here. What you can expect are huge portions of New Mexican comfort food to get your day started.
Just a short drive from town, nestled in the mountains on the way to the ski basin, you’ll find Ten Thousand Waves, one of the top-rated spas in the U.S. Come for a massage, or just to soak in the Japanese hot tubs Whatever you do, stay for dinner at Izanami, an izakaya-inspired restaurant that’s one of the best in town.
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Izanami Restaurant
21 Ten Thousand Waves Way
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Just a short drive from town, nestled in the mountains on the way to the ski basin, you’ll find Ten Thousand Waves, one of the top-rated spas in the U.S. Come for a massage, or just to soak in the Japanese hot tubs Whatever you do, stay for dinner at Izanami, an izakaya-inspired restaurant that’s one of the best in town.
Dolina stands out as a jewel in Santa Fe's restaurant scene. Not at all fancy, this is a one-of-a-kind restaurant with a huge emphasis on healthy made-from-scratch cooking. When the owner's mom came to visit from the old country, she was quickly put to work cooking soup at Dolina. You can also try some baked goods (made in house) that you've probably never heard of before.
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Dolina Bakery & Cafe
402 N Guadalupe St
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Dolina stands out as a jewel in Santa Fe's restaurant scene. Not at all fancy, this is a one-of-a-kind restaurant with a huge emphasis on healthy made-from-scratch cooking. When the owner's mom came to visit from the old country, she was quickly put to work cooking soup at Dolina. You can also try some baked goods (made in house) that you've probably never heard of before.
This is one of my favorite spots in Santa Fe and features local food and craft brews, prepared with care and reasonably priced. The small plates are a great way to try out a couple of dishes. The menu changes seasonally, but pork ribs, straight from a local rancher, are a delicious staple.
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Fire & Hops
222 North Guadalupe Street
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This is one of my favorite spots in Santa Fe and features local food and craft brews, prepared with care and reasonably priced. The small plates are a great way to try out a couple of dishes. The menu changes seasonally, but pork ribs, straight from a local rancher, are a delicious staple.
Acclaimed chef with multiple James Beard Award nominations has put together a great tapas menu and wine selection.
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La Boca
72 West Marcy Street
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Acclaimed chef with multiple James Beard Award nominations has put together a great tapas menu and wine selection.
Right around the corner, this restaurant with a back garden offers a fine new American kitchen and great selection of wine.
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TerraCotta Wine Bistro
304 Johnson Street
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Right around the corner, this restaurant with a back garden offers a fine new American kitchen and great selection of wine.
This ain’t your tacos and burritos Mexican restaurant. What makes Paloma place stand out, besides the great cocktails, is the cozy ambiance and fresh ingredients. Did I mention that everything is made from scratch, including the tortillas?
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Paloma Restaurant
401 S Guadalupe St
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This ain’t your tacos and burritos Mexican restaurant. What makes Paloma place stand out, besides the great cocktails, is the cozy ambiance and fresh ingredients. Did I mention that everything is made from scratch, including the tortillas?
Not really within walking distance, but this place is a great vegetarian option. The have a number of Indian specialties, but the dosas are on par with any that you'll find in this country.
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Paper Dosa
551 West Cordova Road
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Not really within walking distance, but this place is a great vegetarian option. The have a number of Indian specialties, but the dosas are on par with any that you'll find in this country.
Clafoutis is at the top of my list for brunch in Santa Fe. The French owners are always present to keep an eye on things and greet guests with a smile. All baked goods are made in house, and prices and portion sizes are reasonable. Expect a wait on weekends - this place is deservedly popular with locals and tourists alike.
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Clafoutis
333 West Cordova Road
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Clafoutis is at the top of my list for brunch in Santa Fe. The French owners are always present to keep an eye on things and greet guests with a smile. All baked goods are made in house, and prices and portion sizes are reasonable. Expect a wait on weekends - this place is deservedly popular with locals and tourists alike.
Pasqual’s is a great choice for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Chances are, you’ve heard of this place. Yes, it’s worth the hype - this is the place for refined New Mexican cuisine.
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Cafe Pasqual's
121 Don Gaspar Ave
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Pasqual’s is a great choice for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Chances are, you’ve heard of this place. Yes, it’s worth the hype - this is the place for refined New Mexican cuisine.
Quinessential New Mexican cuisine.
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The Shed Restaurant
113 1/2 East Palace Avenue
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Quinessential New Mexican cuisine.
At the top of Canyon Road, The Teahouse is an excellent place to rest and have a bit of lunch. Or breakfast, if you’ve gotten an early start.
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The Teahouse
821 Canyon Road
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At the top of Canyon Road, The Teahouse is an excellent place to rest and have a bit of lunch. Or breakfast, if you’ve gotten an early start.
Good food at reasonable prices in the heart of town.
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Palacio Cafe
209 E Palace Ave
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Good food at reasonable prices in the heart of town.
Sightseeing
Take the high road to Taos and visit Taos Pueblo, one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the Americas.
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Taos Pueblo
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Take the high road to Taos and visit Taos Pueblo, one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the Americas.
Pass through Los Alamos, home of the Manhattan Project and birthplace of the atomic bomb, on your way to Bandelier National Monument where you can see the remains of the cliff dwellings that used to be home to the ancestral puebloans. Don’t miss the Valles Caldera on the way — signs of humans dating back 11,000 years have been found here. The eruption that create the caldera about 1.2 million years ago scattered rock and ash far across New Mexico and probably extinguished much of life on earth at the time.
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Bandelier National Monument
15 Entrance Rd
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Pass through Los Alamos, home of the Manhattan Project and birthplace of the atomic bomb, on your way to Bandelier National Monument where you can see the remains of the cliff dwellings that used to be home to the ancestral puebloans. Don’t miss the Valles Caldera on the way — signs of humans dating back 11,000 years have been found here. The eruption that create the caldera about 1.2 million years ago scattered rock and ash far across New Mexico and probably extinguished much of life on earth at the time.