Not the least peculiar thing about Los Alamos has always been that, despite having far and away the highest household income levels in the state, the town has always suffered from a dearth of high-end or notable (or even just conspicuous) consumer opportunities.
There isn’t a lot of trophy housing, for example (very unlike Santa Fe). No bijoux boutiques, either, and not much in the way of exceptional hotels or restaurants.
Every so often, though, an eatery will open that offers more than just something to fill the stomach. Miraculously, some of these continue to survive. The latest on the roster is the Pig and Fig, a bakery and cafe that recently opened in The Hill’s ‘burb of White Rock.