New Mexico History Museum
Palace of the Governors
This is one of the oldest public buildings in the country. Built in 1610 by Spanish officials, it housed thousands of villagers when the...
Cross of the Martyrs
More a quick climb than a religious shrine, the Cross of the Martyrs was erected to commemorate the 21 Franciscan friars who lost their...
Santa Fe Brewing Company
Santa Fe's original microbrewery covers the full beer spectrum, from pilsner to porter to stout. Big-name bands perform here...
Superconvenient to the Plaza and with a fun ambience. The food, however, is seriously overrated, aiming straight for the perceived...
Lonely Planet review
Chef David Sellars is practically an international celebrity because of dishes like roasted poblano chile rellenos with three-mushroom quinoa and chipotle cream ($19). Housed in an 1850s adobe built by the infamous Padre Gallegos, Santacafé also has the best courtyard in town for summertime dining. Lunch is a deal, the wine list flawless and the dining room historical. In short, perfection.