Where to eat
Santa Fe is home to so many restaurants, bars, and coffee shops. Here are just a few of our favorites.
La Choza – La Choza is our pick for spicy New Mexican food and tasty margaritas
Vinaigrette – for something light and fresh, Vinaigrette hits the spot
TerraCotta Wine Bistro – this charming space is perfect for lunch or dinner near the Plaza
The Teahouse – yummy eats for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the end of Canyon Road
Kakawa Chocolate House – tantalizing chocolate elixirs and handmade sweets
Secreto Lounge – hole up here for a yummy cocktail or two
Gruet Winery Tasting Room – try the delightful daily tasting of still and sparkling wines
Where to stay
Hotels, bed & breakfasts, historic inns, luxury apartments, cute casitas, Airbnb rentals – Santa Fe's got them all. Choosing accommodation in Santa Fe really comes down to a matter of preference, but here are a few tips.
Adobe Destinations provides short and long-term accommodations. As a boutique rental company, most of their properties are pretty luxe, providing beautifully furnished digs for the discerning traveler. A couple of their rentals, like the "Sophisticated Santa Fe," are located right off of Canyon Road.
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What to do
For a complete guide to help you plan your authentic Santa Fe experience, including things to do and where to eat, shop, and stay, please head over to SantaFeSelection.com Travel Guide & Concierge. We're pleased to partner with Maria of Santa Fe Selection, who is a wonderful resource on all things Santa Fe.
If you're interested in the arts in Santa Fe, check out our guide to Santa Fe's arts districts. We're also huge fans of the museums in Santa Fe, including the New Mexico Museum of Art, the Museum of International Folk Art, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, and the New Mexico History Museum. If you plan to visit several state museums, we recommend purchasing a Culture Pass. Find out more here.