There were several of us that went into the Alley Cafe. They sat us at 5 different tables in one room which was fine. Each family sat at their own table. The waiter was busy, but a real smart mouth. When we were done eating and requested the ticket he brought us one ticket with no pricing... just a total of 250$ There were only 12 plates of food ordered. He refused to list it out or separate it. Doing my own figuring (because I had no totals) after food subtracted along with a 18% tip, we paid 7$ per drink and half of those were soda or tea.
This place would be fine for a few people but I would not recommend it to a group of 5 or more. It's not worth the trouble, the food wasn't all that great anyways.
Great food! Great margaritas! Great atmosphere. We are locals who take all our visiting friends to the Alley Cantina for all of the reasons listed above. It is located just around the corner from Taos Plaza and the Bent street shops and is one of the oldest buildings in Taos. Oh and did I mention, there is rumored to be a ghost residing there? If you are in Taos don't miss it and try their green chile cheese burger, their hand cut fries and a margarita.
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