Restaurante Santa Fe
Templo de Santa Prisca
The icon of Taxco, Santa Prisca was a labor of love for town hero José de la Borda. The local Catholic hierarchy allowed the silver...
Plaza Borda (Zócalo)
By rights Berta should be flooded with lost-looking tourists, but instead there’s a clientele of local roughs knocking back stiff drinks...
This is a perfect place to take in the town's scenery – the buzzing zócalo , Santa Prisca, twinkling white mountain homes in the...
Restaurante Santa Fe information
Lonely Planet review
In business for over 50 years, Santa Fe is a favorite among locals for its fairly priced traditional fare like conejo en chile ajo (rabbit in garlic and chile). The walls are plastered with patron photos and some excellent black-and-white shots of ye olde Taxco. The three-course menu del día is a bargain at M$75.