Monday, January 17, 2011

taste: Santa Fe (Part 2)

Aside from everything else New Mexico has to offer, it's worth making a trip just for the food!

Annapurna Chai House
2201 Silver Avenue Southeast
Albuquerque, NM
(505) 262-2424

Delicious Ayeurvedic food. Lovely atmosphere. Amazing chai. I have to find it's equal.

Cowgirl BBQ
319 South Guadalupe Street
Santa Fe, NM
(505) 982-2565

You have to try the green chile fries. Mmmm.

El Farol Restaurant & Cantina
808 Canyon Road
Santa Fe, NM
(505) 983-9912
Santa Fe's oldest restaurant and cantina. Romantic and cozy; go here for I-feel-like-I'm-back-in-Spain tapas.

Tree House Pastry Shop and Cafe
1600 Lena Street, A2,
Santa Fe, NM
(505) 474-5543
Our new favorite breakfast spot! Lovingly made local, organic, healthful food. I promise, you will leave feeling amazing!

La Montanita Co-Op Food Market
913 West Alameda Street,
Santa Fe, NM
(505) 984-2852
We can't ever visit Santa Fe without stopping by the Co-op for a hummus-guacamole-green chile-tofu sandwich. T was a member when we lived in Santa Fe, and used to work the register for his membership. He looked so cute in that apron (and the discount was great, too!). This is the city with two Whole Foods, remember? And still the Co-op is going strong. It's that good. Buy local and organic here!

I received no compensation for writing these reviews. However, if any of these companies would like to offer me a discount/green chile something/chai, that would be fine by me!

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