Eat Your Way Through These Top Santa Fe Restaurants

The food scene in Santa Fe is divine, as evidenced by the many accolades and award-winning chefs the city over.  Tripadvisor has ranked Santa Fe as one of the top ten food destinations in the country, and local chefs have continually been ranked amongst the nation’s best, putting Santa Fe on the map as a major foodie destination.  Fresh, locally sourced farm-to-table goods are everywhere you look, and the quality of Santa Fe restaurants is unparalleled in the Southwest.  In Santa Fe, your meals are sure to be as colorful as they are flavorful, exhibiting the melting pot of influences in Santa Fe’s culture.  The signature flavor of New Mexican green chiles makes frequent cameos in Santa Fe cuisine, from your traditional green chile cheeseburger to the finest cuisine Santa Fe has to offer.  To get a taste of Santa Fe, book your room at our luxurious Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast today.

Top Santa Fe Restaurants

Soup with lime and basil by psrobin, on FlickrWhere food is concerned, you can find whatever it is you’re looking for in Santa Fe.  Whether it’s a fine dining establishment, simple traditional New Mexican cuisine, cooking classes, or even an amazing food truck, Santa Fe has it all.  If you’re looking for the best of the best, then it’s hard to go wrong with Restaurant Martín, which was honored as the restaurant of the year by the Santa Fe Reporter last year.  One look at their menu will have your mouth watering for this local favorite. Other favorites that round out the list of top Santa Fe Restaurants are 315 Restaurant and Wine BarThe CompoundIzanamiL’Olivier, and Geronimo.  For something a little more simple, sample the tasty food and selection of local brews at the new gastropub Fire and Hops, or scout of the best local food trucks for an unforgettable meal in Santa Fe.

If you want a little more from your time in Santa Fe, then visiting popular Santa Fe restaurants may not be enough for you. Culinary tourism is gaining in popularity, and there is no better place to do this than in Santa Fe.  Take a cooking class at the Santa Fe School of Cooking, and you’ll leave with a deeper understanding of not only Santa Fe cuisine, but of the culture itself.  A food tour or class with Food Tour New Mexico is also a spectacular way to delve into the world of Santa Fe cuisine.  With so many wonderful Santa Fe restaurants and food experiences to choose from, it’s no wonder Santa Fe has become such an immensely popular foodie destination.  If your mouth is watering yet, it will be. Book your room at our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast today.