Named after a major tributary of the Rio Grande, which flows through some of the state's best cattle country, the Rio ... More
Rio Chama Steakhouse
Named after a major tributary of the Rio Grande, which flows through some of the state's best cattle country, the Rio Chama Steakhouse serves melt-in-your-mouth aged beef in a classy, romantic setting. The menu offers plenty of steakhouse fare that includes rib-eye and prime rib, as well as specialty dishes such as Rocky Mountain Lamb Chops, Black Skillet Trout and stuffed shrimp. Two full bars serve clients, and a lounge offers live entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights.
If you like good, classic fare this is the place to go: The bar is mellow, relaxing and cosmopolitan without being pompous and the service is professional and efficient. They boast an extensive wine list and their ale. Any trip to Santa Fe should include Rio Chama in it's itinerary.
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