Billed as 'Where East Meets the Wild West', the Teahouse is a unique establishment where you can indulge in a snack, ... More
Billed as 'Where East Meets the Wild West', the Teahouse is a unique establishment where you can indulge in a snack, dessert, cocktail or meal, and sample over one hundred different kinds of tea. Many of the dishes include an innovative twist, such as the Chai spices that are added to the House Granola, or the black sticky rice in the Teahouse Oatmeal. Sandwiches are priced à la Santa Fe, some running high, but most everything is reasonable. The outdoor patio is beautiful and spacious, and the inside is full of interesting nooks and crannies. The Teahouse is the perfect place for visitors to the Canyon Road art galleries to stop and refuel.
Sitting above Santa Fe at 12,000 feet, this 600 acre ski basin has 43 well groomed trails and five lifts.
With an average snowfall of 225 inches and snowmaking capabilities, there are very few bad seasons at this popular ...
Built in 1966, this government center is shaped like the Zia symbol, and is known as the Round House. The
four story building houses government offices and the state House and Senate chambers. From the ground floor, you can ...
This downtown, two story club is perfect if you are looking for the crowded club scene, complete with soft furniture,
pulsating live blues, pop and rock. More than two dozen taps serve some of the finest microbrews from New ...