This 17th Century house is tucked away at the back of a beautiful little patio and surrounded by a number of little shops. At the Shed, you'll enjoy ... More
This 17th Century house is tucked away at the back of a beautiful little patio and surrounded by a number of little shops. At the Shed, you'll enjoy the friendly service, lively atmosphere and satisfying dishes. The specialty of the house is the Blue Corn Enchiladas smothered in red or green chile. If you are timid with the chile, this is a good place to eat. The heat factor is low, but the flavor is great. The Posole, a hearty stew with hominy and pork, is great on a cold day. The Shed has been recognized countless times for its cuisine. You must visit!
Lunch on a Thursday was about a 25 minute wait around 1'ish. The courtyard is so picturesque. I was seated in the corner or a cramped room. The space is very limited. I had the bowl of green chile stew (excellent), a small salad and drink. It was $12, which I found a little pricey. But.......vacation is a good splurge.
We were just in Santa Fe for the day. I had read several reviews, and we decided to brave the long wait and eat at the Shed for lunch. The primary problem was the lack of service, and we did receive one of the tables tucked away in a corner (at least we had a view of the patio). We had three different wait staff, and nobody took ownership of our table. The food wasn't bad, however, the red chile sauce had no flavor. The green chile sauce was almost too hot. It wasn't awful, but certainly not worth the money or the time. Next time, I will find a place that the locals recommend.
Excellent food and prices. The only problem is that everyone knows how good it is and the wait can be long. Even if you don't call for reservations, the Shed is worth the wait. We were planning to go to a different, highly recommended resturant later in our stay but opted to go back to the Shed. The food was so good that we broke our own rule and went back to the same place twice.
Tourist haunt. Pricey. Weird food that mixes northern NM flavor with .... whatever is left in the kitchen. Watch you head when you are walking around... great service... but not where the locals like to eat. If you are a tourist... you will dig it.
My girlfriends and I have visited the Shed every year in June for the past ten years - the food is consistently excellent - from the Gaspacho and Raspberry Soups, and the Green Bean Salad...to the homemade Sangria...recommend you sit in the courtyard under the trees and enjoy the Santa Fe weather!
Wonderful! An excellent dining experience! The atmosphere was great, food and service were excellent and don't even get me started on the Apple Pie. I was a baker for 10 years and never tasted Dutch Apple Pie like that. We plan on dining at The Shed whenever we're in Santa Fe. Make reservations...and don't miss this one!
As a local and a regular (once a week) customer, I eat at The Shed because their blue corn chicken enchiladas with red chile remind me of my mom's cooking.
As I was waiting to be seated in an empty waiting area, I observed other people being seated ahead of me, even though they had arrived after I did.
Recalling a recent occasion when I was given the worst table in the entire restaurant, even though there were several other empty tables, I decided to leave. From time to time, I have noticed an unfriendly, if not rude treatment from the hosts. I hate to say never, but for now, I have decided not to go back.
Known as the Plaza, this historic area is marked by a central park lined with huge shade trees and benches.
The Santa Fe Plaza is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Many of the buildings surrounding the ...
This 17th century house is tucked away at the back of a beautiful little patio and surrounded by a number
of little shops. You will enjoy the friendly service, lively atmosphere and tasty dishes. The specialty of the house ...
The Inn is ideally located in the heart of Santa Fe, near the Palace of the Governors, just one block
from historic Santa Fe Plaza galleries, museums, restaurants and boutiques and approximately 15 miles from Santa Fe Municipal Airport.Hotel ...