For over 400 years, the Plaza has stood at the heart of Santa Fe. Originally it marked the far northern end of the Camino Real from...
New Mexico Museum of Art
Built in 1917, and a prime early example of Santa Fe’s Pueblo Revival architecture, the New Mexico Museum of Art has spent a century...
For a rooftop view with your margarita, try the convivial Rooftop Cantina perched atop Coyote Café.
Five and Dime General Store
For a memorable local dish, sidle up to the counter at this sundries shop and order a Frito pie ($4.35). They say this delicacy - a bag...
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Cafe Pasqual's information
Whatever time you visit this exuberantly colorful, utterly unpretentious place, the food, most of which has a definite south-of-the-border flavor, is worth every penny of the high prices. The breakfast menu is famous for dishes like huevos motuleños, made with sautéed bananas, feta cheese and more; later on, the meat and fish mains are superb. Reservations taken for dinner only.