This Spanish cafe is a bit like kicking back on the Las Ramblas and watching the world go by, except that you breathe fresh mountain air instead of a ... More
This Spanish cafe is a bit like kicking back on the Las Ramblas and watching the world go by, except that you breathe fresh mountain air instead of a Mediterranean breeze. El Meson offers lunch and dinner, but the real fun is sharing tapas with a bunch of friends. The menu has 14 different tapas including shrimp, calamari and lamb. The Machego Cheese in Olive Oil and the Paella are two favorites, but the chorizo is worth a go also.
after stumbling through the so called best restaurants in santa fe, this one is clearly the BEST. service, atmosphere, exquisite food.i consider this restaurant a reason to go to santa fe.try to go on friday evening when you will also enjoy some really great after dinner jazz in the adjacent bar. no tourists, just locals
A wonderful experience overall! Fabulous Spanish wines and tasty tapas. Service was wonderful with a waiter who made suggestions and completed our evening making it a memorable experience. Be sure to try their wonderful desserts, especially the Franjelico cheese cake! They had tango dancers in the bar area (chista). Do not miss out on this stop in Santa Fe, we will make sure to make another visit next time we are in town.
Since 1977 this two story historic building has been home to one of the most popular Santa Fe restaurants. The
menu specializes in steaks and seafood cooked to perfection. Dining outdoors on the second floor balcony that overlooks the ...
Located right next to the old railroad depot, this restaurant has been a local favorite for many years. The atmosphere
is pleasant, and during warmer weather the patio is a great place to dine. Both the food and the ...
Located at the Hilton, this is a wonderful little corner to start the day off right or to relax after
a long day. Homemade pastries and gourmet coffee top off the breakfast menu. For lunch you can enjoy a ...