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San Marcos Café shares space with a feed store on NM 14 south of Santa Fe. The homey eatery draws mostly locals and a smattering of tourists including folks filming at the nearby Santa Fe Studios.... Read More
San Marcos Café shares space with a feed store on NM 14 south of Santa Fe. The homey eatery draws mostly locals and a smattering of tourists including folks filming at the nearby Santa Fe Studios. Start breakfast with a big and gooey cinnamon bun made fresh each day. Favorites include made-from-scratch breakfast items like Huevos Rancheros and their signature Eggs San Marcos: scrambled eggs wrapped in a flour tortilla and smothered in red or green chile and baked. They're plated with pinto beans (the way beans are served in northern New Mexico) and avocado. After (or before) breakfast, check out the birds. Peacocks, turkeys and a few chickens roam free here. There's nothing like seeing a peacock strut his stuff. They serve breakfast all day. Their sign is a bit hard to spot, but look for the vintage truck parked by the equally antique metal windmill.
3877 NM 14
Santa Fe, NM 87508
- Breakfast: "Want lunch for breakfast or vice versa? The entire menu is available all day. Everyone in your party can get what they want no matter when until they close at 2pm. The strutting peacocks and turkeys are also a lot of fun. Children of all ages will love them."
- Best for Breakfast Because: This New Mexico original and local favorite is homey and their made-from-scratch food is delicious.