Sine 1971; The Bull Ring has been a part of Santa Fe's Culinary landscape for so long it's hard to think of a time when it wasn't there. The world ... More
The Bull Ring
Sine 1971; The Bull Ring has been a part of Santa Fe's Culinary landscape for so long it's hard to think of a time when it wasn't there. The world famous Bull Ring offers all the most popular cuts, ranging in size from the the 8-oz petite filet to an enormous 40-oz porterhouse for two. The Bull Ring prepares steaks in an 1,800 degree grill and serves them on a sizzling hot plate with melted butter. The Bull Ring is also known for their juicy lamb or pork chops, mouthwatering barbecue baby back pork ribs or fresh seafood. If you are looking for a more casual experience, the lounge is a local favorite, where you can mingle with old friends or make new ones in a Cheers-like atmosphere. The bar serves exceptional pub fare, including the succulent Prime Burger.
Since the 1880s, people have been riding the railway between Santa Fe and Lamy. The was a point when this
was the primary means of transportation between the two towns. Now, however, the daily trips have become a popular ...
The jewelry designed and sold at Santa Fe Goldworks is impressive. Since the 1970s, the owner, David Griego, has designed
custom jewelry and is usually on hand to welcome you to his shop. You will find a wide assortment ...
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 ...