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Taberna La Boca
Taberna La Boca and its sister restaurant, La Boca, both offer Happy Hours and you can't miss at either. If you want to make your HH into an early dinner, head for Taberna where you can enjoy selected... Read More
Taberna La Boca and its sister restaurant, La Boca, both offer Happy Hours and you can't miss at either. If you want to make your HH into an early dinner, head for Taberna where you can enjoy selected tapas and reduced price wines. Chef James Campbell Caruso's tempting small plates bring the foods of the Basque region of Spain and France to Santa Fe. Flying solo? Take a seat at the bar, with its tempting array of some of the evening's offerings, or at the community table. During Happy hour, from 5 to 6pm daily, selected tapas are as much as 50 percent off menu prices and you'll also find beer and wine deals. There are at least two red and two white wines running between $6 and $7 a glass as well as sherry specials. In addition, there are at least two draft beers offered for $3.
125 Lincoln Avenue
Santa Fe, NM 87501
- Happy Hour: "On Paella Tuesdays enjoy a prix fixe three-course dinner for $20. Begin with the house salad: mixed lettuce, grilled artichokes, fried avocado, olives, roasted tomatoes, cucumber queso fresco and pickled onions dressed with red wine vinaigrette, followed by either classic, vegetarian or seafood paella and then dessert."
- Wine Bars: "Daily Happy Hour from 5 to 6pm features half-price wines as well as selected half-priced tapas. The weekly Wine Club: Taberna Uncorked on Thursdays offers a special menu with pairings."
- Best for Happy Hour Because: The great tapas and wine specials paired with the quality of the food at Taberna La Boca make it a great Happy Hour choice.
- Best for Wine Bars Because: Basque-influenced tapas combined with over 50 wines by the glass as well as Happy Hour specials make this a great spot for wine and food lovers.