Food Tours in Santa Fe

Santa Fe is a world-class food destination, where you’ll find a variety of traditional and contemporary cuisine prepared by world-class chefs.  It’d be both easy and enjoyable to plan your time in Santa Fe around the exquisite foods available to you here, especially those dishes featuring New Mexico’s popular chiles.  A food tour is an even more intimate look at the spectacular world of Santa Fe’s food scene, and luckily there are plenty of experiences designed for this purpose.  While it’s hard to go wrong with a food tour any time of year in Santa Fe, cold wintry weather may make this winter the best time to sneak indoors for a food tour in Santa Fe.  Book your room at our luxury Santa Fe bed and breakfast this winter, and while here explore a new side to Santa Fe on one of our fun food tours around the city.

Food Tours Around Santa Fe

Cafe de Paris, Cooking Class by Jeff Kubina on FlickrFood Tour New Mexico offers a wide variety of fun and interesting tours and classes, providing their guests with an oftentimes unique peek into Santa Fe’s culture as the locals know it, and introduces them to hidden delectable treats found around town.  Join fellow travelers on the Sample Santa Fe food tour, and enjoy a walking tour around historic Santa Fe that will leave you with an eclectic tasting of some of the atypical cuisine found in Santa Fe.  Another fun food tour is the Taste of Santa Fe tour, which offers guests a progressive lunch through historic downtown Santa Fe.  This 2.5 hour tour will lead you to many fine restaurants, including La Casa SenaTabernaSanta Fe Olive Oil & BalsamicLuminaria, and Kakawa Chocolate House.  You’ll also see wonderful historic sites along the way, including the Santa Fe Plaza, the St. Francis Cathedral, the Loretto Chapel and Miraculous Staircase, the San Miguel Mission, and the Santa Fe River.  For fans of regional microbrews or spirits, the Micro Brewery Beer Tour or the Top shelf: Tequila Class & Sampling tour are both interesting.

If you’d rather work with your hands and get involved in preparing a fantastic meal, then a cooking class at the Santa Fe Cooking School is what you’re looking for.  A popular event at the cooking school is the Southwest Culinary Bootcamp, which will happen next in February, 2015.  This intensive 3-day cooking class will provide guests with insights and tips into preparing unique Southwestern style dishes.  Guests will meet Santa Fe chefs, dine in a favorite Santa Fe restaurant, and learn everything that is needed to prepare the final meal, which is then presented to some of Santa Fe’s finest palates.  If you don’t want to spend 3 days in this hands on class, the Santa Fe Cooking School also offers a variety of other hands on classesdemonstration classes, or specialty classes that will fit just about every desire.  No matter when you stay with us in Santa Fe, we know you’ll enjoy a unique glimpse into Santa Fe life on one of these spectacular food tours.