A gambling den once occupied the space where the Palace restaurant now stands, and the owners have taken great pains to maintain its Old West look and ... More
Palace Restaurant and Saloon
A gambling den once occupied the space where the Palace restaurant now stands, and the owners have taken great pains to maintain its Old West look and feel. The menu features gourmet Italian dishes like Saltinbocca al Romana (sauteed veal with prosciutto Fontina cheese), Costoletta d'Agnello (roasted rack of lamb encrusted with mustard) and Crawfish Linguine (crawfish linguine). But save room for dessert. The Palace's famous dessert cart rolls out to your table loaded with enticing sweet bombs. Live piano adds to the mood of the room.
. . . has left Santa Fe Palace-less. The owners of Geronimo and Swig (the latter is also now defunct) took over the Palace a year or so ago, then shut it down to re-open it as a tourist trap called Mr. Lucky's. From a Santa Fe icon, they transformed it into the worst kind of coyote-tourist-schlock, with a menu that fits the theme just perfectly. Go to the Plaa instead and eat Carnitas from Roque's cart...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...