Santa Fe has a new addition to its stable of high-end restaurants.
Journal North Restaurant Reviews
The high quality of food and the excellent service at Elevation, which opened earlier this year, surprised me.
Jinja, a pleasant, classy spot for cocktails, lunch or dinner, started charming its Santa Fe customers more than 10 years ago, then opened two locations in Albuquerque.
izanami chef’s recipes call for the best, freshest ingredients, and simple preparation
With consistently good food and service, Chow’s has long been Santa Fe’s go-to restaurant if you are looking for something elegant and original with a Chinese bent.
Summer means salads.
Maria’s New Mexican Kitchen used to be one of my favorite places to take visitors from outside our state who were looking for a margarita, New Mexican food and some ambiance.
Mariscos La Playa, with a storefront location on Cordova Road (near CVS Pharmacy), has long been one of Santa Fe’s most popular moderately priced seafood restaurants.
With its popular bar featuring live music and one of Santa Fe’s nicest summer patios, the Palace Restaurant is a pleasant spot to meet friends for a cocktail or a meal beneath an umbrella.
Santa Fe prides itself on the “Santa Fe” look.
Shohko Cafe introduced New Mexico to sushi more than 35 years ago, and still is one of the best places in town
When some restaurants say “special,” they don’t really mean it.