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!
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 ...
When the Hilton was built, part of the original house that stood on the site was incorporated into the hotel.
This has been turned into one of the finest dining experiences in Santa Fe. The menu changes with the ...
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 ...