Stay in Style During Santa Fe Restaurant Week

Stay in Style During Santa Fe Restaurant Week

New Mexico Select Registry – November 19, 2014

There is more to dining in Santa Fe, New Mexico than amazing Southwestern and Mexican cuisine. To explore all the different flavors this vibrant city has to offer, we suggesting paying a visit during Santa Fe Restaurant Week. While you’re dining to your hearts delight, you can also have a fabulous stay at one of the exceptional Select Registry properties in Santa Fe.

About 2015 Santa Fe Restaurant Week

Santa Fe Restaurant Week is the perfect time to visit the city and try all of the different types of food on offer. Local eateries will be offering special deals during Santa Fe Restaurant Week, so make sure to make your reservations soon! The 2015 Santa Fe Restaurant Week will take place February 24th - March 3rd.

Santa Fe Restaurant Week Participating Restaurants

Below is a list of restaurants participating in Santa Fe Restaurant Week 2015 as well as the type of cuisine the offer.

  • Amaya at Hotel Santa Fe | American
  • Anasazi Restaurant | Contemporary American
  • Andiamo! | Italian
  • Arroyo Vino | International
  • BODY Cafe | Farm-To-Table, Organic, Vegetarian, Vegan
  • Bouche Bistro | French
  • Bull Ring Prime Steakhouse | Steak House
  • Cafe Cafe | Pizza and Italian
  • Casa Chimayo | New Mexican
  • Cowgirl BBQ | Barbecue, Regional American
  • Coyote Cafe | Fusion
  • Dinner for Two | Continental
  • El Farol Restaurant | Spanish
  • Epazote | New World
  • Fuego! | Global Latin and Southwestern
  • Geronimo | Fusion/Eclectic
  • Grille at Quail Run | Contemporary Global
  • Il Piatto Italian Farmhouse Kitchen | Italian
  • izanami | Japanese Small Plates
  • Jambo Cafe | African Homestyle
  • Joseph’s Culinary Pub | American Contemporary
  • Junction | American
  • Kaune’s Neighborhood Market | Market, Make-at-Home
  • La Boca & Taberna | Spanish/Tapas
  • La Plazuela at La Fonda Hotel | Southwestern
  • Las Fuentes Bar & Grill | Continental American
  • L’Olivier | Southwestern French
  • Lu Lu’s Chinese Cuisine & Bar | Chinese
  • Luminaria at the Inn and Spa Loretto | Modern Regional American
  • Mangiamo Pronto! | Italian
  • Midtown Bistro | Gourmet Southwestern
  • Old House | New American
  • Omira Grill | Brazilian
  • Osteria d’Assisi | Italian
  • Pizzeria da Lino | Italian
  • Pizzeria Espiritu | Italian
  • Plaza Cafe - Southside | American, New Mexican
  • Pranzo Italian Grill | Italian
  • Pyramide Cafe | Greek and Northern African
  • Raaga | Indian
  • Ranch House | Americn
  • Red Sage | Hawaaian, New Mexican, American, and Asian Fusion
  • Restaurant Martin | Progressive American
  • Ristra | French Southwestern
  • Santa Fe Capitol Gril | New American
  • Shohko Cafe | Japanese
  • Swiss Bistro & Bakery | Bakery
  • Tabla De Los Santos | Contemporary America
  • Terra | American Southwestern
  • TerraCotta Wine Bistro | Contemporary American
  • The Compount Restaurant | Contemporary American
  • The Palace Restaurant and Saloon | Italian
  • Thunderbird Bar & Grill | American Southwestern
  • Vanessie | American
  • Zia Diner | American and New Mexican Classic

Where to Stay During Santa Fe Restaurant Week

Santa Fe is home to two amazing Select Registry properties: Don Gaspar Inn is just a short walk from the Plaza, which is the heart of Santa Fe in the historic Don Gaspar district. The Inn is made up of three early 20th century homes and the accommodations include a three bedroom home, two one bedroom casitas, and seven large private suites. All of the accommodations feature private garden outdoor sitting areas and are furnished with Southwestern charm. Each morning guests will enjoy a full breakfast. El Farolito and Four Kachinas are actually two inns, but they are under the same management and ownership. They both offer beautiful rooms decorated in keeping with traditional Southwestern aesthetics that include Native American, Spanish, and Anglo inspiration. The rooms boast fine linens, air conditioning, flat screen TVs, complimentary WiFi and the Inns have quiet patios and gardens as well as onsite parking. They are both located in historic downtown, just a short walk from the galleries, shops, museums, and restaurants. At both Inns, guests will enjoy a full delicious breakfast each morning.