Can you believe it? A real French patisserie and café in the heart of Santa Fe! Serving Santa Fe's international community since 1974, this intimate café is where to find fresh, authentic croissants, tarts and crepes bursting with colorful fruits, and rich café au lait. You'll want to come early to choose pastries right out of the oven.
Gospel music wafts from the speakers of this popular and relaxed café serving American fare. Soups and sandwiches are consistently good, but best known for its Hangover Stew, a tasty and therapeutic combination of potatoes, corn, green chile and Monterey Jack cheese. Patio and communal seating.
Laid-back local favorite offering authentic and inexpensive New Mexican cuisine. Specialties include giant breakfast burritos, a Green Chile that is rumored to cure the common cold, and light sopapillas. Be sure to check out their Blue Plate Specials. Fast and friendly service.
As the oldest restaurant in Santa Fe, Plaza Café is a gathering place for those who enjoy great Southwestern food, reasonable prices, and historical folklore. A balanced mix of New Mexican, American, and Greek dishes, with boxed lunches available for takeout. A Santa Fe tradition for more than 50 years.
Contemporary rooms with innovative cooking. The dining room is accented with colorful folk art and cowhide chairs. Menu items include huitlacoche tamales, red chile onion rings, and corn cakes and cowboy steaks, but the emphasis is on using freshly grown, local produce combined with the right blend of spices to create a sophisticated palette of tastes and textures.
Some of the best bagels, muffins, and pies in Santa Fe are served here. Other specialties on the menu are traditional omelets, deli sandwiches and smoked fish platters. A taste of the deli in the desert. In addition to breakfast, Bagelmania also serves lunch.