Creativity is the backbone of all aspects of Santa Fe, from cultural flair and artistic expression, to the exquisite blend of flavors found on your plate at local Santa Fe Restaurants. If you consider yourself a foodie, or if you just happen to love good food, then you’ll want to pack your appetite on your next trip to Santa Fe. The city is filled with award-winning chefs, hearty New Mexican fare, such as breakfast burritos and green chile stews. These scrumptious dishes are reason enough for Santa Fe to have earned a prominent place on the world’s culinary map. If you haven’t had the chance to staunch your hunger at the world-renowned restaurants of Santa Fe, then now may be the perfect time to hit the town for a mouthwatering culinary adventure, with the opening of new Santa Fe Restaurants. Book your room at our luxury Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast, where you will be situated near the culinary wonders found in downtown Santa Fe.
Notable Santa Fe Restaurants
It’s no secret that New Mexicans love their chiles; it’s a way a life here. Every local has their own favorite place to dine, but in the fast-paced and crowded culinary world of Santa Fe, there will never be a shortage of new tastes to try. Make reservations for dinner at Santa Fe’s L’Olivier, where you’ll find traditional and classic southwest favorites perfected by French Chef Xavier Grenet. Chef Grenet has over 20 years of culinary experience, first in France, before making his way to Santa Fe to share his take on southest cuisine. If you’re looking for a fantastic dining experience that showcases the freshest local fare in Santa Fe, then try dinner at Joseph’s Culinary Pub, where Chef Joseph Wrede highlights his best selections from local farmers. According to the latest news on their website, upcoming featured flavors include what’s sure to be a sinful mix of roasted sunchokes, greenhouse arugula, sweet potato caramel glaze, chile rellenos, gluten-free foccacia, pineapple bread pudding, mezcal and hot chocolate, and perhaps the most interesting item on the list, duck fat ice cream.
You’ll certainly find some southwestern flare at the afore mentioned Santa Fe restaurants, but if you want an entirely new experience, then we suggest you go to the new restaurant, Izanami, located at Ten Thousand Waves Japanese Spa. Izanami is a Japanese-inspired Izakaya (Japanese-style gastro-pub) that features locally-sourced seasonal meat and produce. You won’t find the typical sushi and tempura here, but you will enjoy the culinary creativity on display here, along with a broad selection of green teas from shizuoka, japan, locally roasted coffee drinks, ten different japanese craft beers, and the best selection of artisanal microbrew cold sake between the coasts. It won’t matter if you choose the tempting tastes at one or all of these fantastic new Santa Fe restaurants, we know you won’t be disappointed. Book your room at our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast Inn today, and start making your dinner reservations!