GERONIMO - FINE DINING IN A HISTORIC HOME

Restored from an old adobe structure, this restaurant combines the atmosphere of an Old Santa Fe home with a globally innovative menu.

LA BOCA - FUSING THE BEST OF EUROPE AND AMERICANA

Taking a cue from its Spanish heritage, this award-winning tapas bar is where the wine and conversation flows equally.

Taking a cue from both its Spanish heritage and from the history of the land, the Santa Fe dining scene blends the best of American and European dining influences. Featuring a variety of offerings from tapas to steaks, the emphasis is on fresh, wholesome produce and innovative cooking techniques, complemented by the finest wines. Warm-hearted and high on local color, eating out in Santa Fe is the best way to experience the spirit and hospitality of its people.

DINING RECOMMENDATIONS

FINE DINING

La Boca

Headed by Chef James Campbell Caruso, a seven-time James Beard Award Nominee for “Best Chef of the Southwest,” La Boca is famed for serving Spanish tapas against the setting of a lively European wine bar. Besides exquisite bites, it also features an extensive selection of carefully chosen Mediterranean and South American wines. This is New Mexican hospitality at its finest.

La Boca Restaurant, 72 West Marcy Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501, United States
Telephone: +1 505 982 3433

Geronimo

One of Santa Fe’s most highly feted and elegant dining experiences, this restaurant offers a journey high on atmospherics as well as being a culinary feast. Occupying a building restored from an old adobe structure known as the Borrego House built in 1756, it still retains the feel of an Old Santa Fe Home. Its specialty is the “Global Eclectic” menu that changes seasonally – the ingenious brainchild of Chef/Partner Eric DiStefano and Chef de Cuisine Paul Novak.

724 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM 87501, United States
Telephone: +1 505 982 1500

AUTHENTIC EATERIES

The Compound Restaurant

A recognized leader in Southwestern cuisine, this classic Santa Fe restaurant is colorful and daring, blending European influences with New Mexican charm. Headed by Chef Kiffin, the menu features true regional ingredients brought to the Southwest by the Spaniards. The fresh and flavorful food is complemented by a charming décor that evokes the down-to-earth spirit of the town.

653 Canyon Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87501, United States
Telephone: +1 505 982 4353

Coyote Café

Located only steps off The Plaza, the Coyote Café is high on festive ambience and colorful, seasonal food. Providing innovative cuisine against a background of warm colors and creative lighting, it is rightfully famous for its Elk Tenderloin and rare Sine Qua None Wine; all in all, this is a great place to soak in the local color and to people-watch.

132 Water Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501, United States
Telephone: +1 505 983 1615