Taos Historic Museums
The 1797 Blumenschein Home & Museum was the home of artist Ernest Blumenschein (one of the founding members of the Taos Society of...
The little World Cup coffeehouse is one of those places that looks too obvious, perfectly poised between the Plaza and the highway, to...
Bent Street Deli & Café
All three meals (and in-between snacks) are tasty, whether you’re building your own sandwich or choosing one of 21 recommended combos...
121 Teresina Lane · interesting places nearby
Alley Cantina information
It figures that the oldest building in Taos is a comfy bar. Built almost four centuries ago by Pueblo Indians, and briefly the office of New Mexico’s first US Territorial Governor, it’s now a rambling, friendly place with a poolroom, a full pub-grub menu, and live music from zydeco to rock and jazz almost nightly.