Los Rios Anglers
Taos is ringed with stocked streams and lakes that draw adventuresome anglers (some choice spots require a rigorous hike to reach) and...
Arguably the best coffee in town, with bagels, pastries and other goodies. All ages, from tattooed teens to retirees, gather here. If...
Since its opening in 2007, Graham's has consistently been voted one of the best restaurants in Taos. It serves honest, creative food in...
708 Hacienda Way · interesting places nearby
Martínez Hacienda information
Set amid the fields 2 miles southwest of the Plaza, this fortified adobe homestead was built in 1804. It served as a trading post, first for merchants venturing north from Mexico City along the Camino Real, and then west along the Santa Fe Trail. Its 21 rooms, arranged around a double courtyard, are furnished with the few possessions that even a wealthy family of the era would have been able to afford. Cultural events are held here regularly.