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NEW MEXICO

Dining Guide

New Mexico has delicious food, with Santa Fe widely recognized as a culinary treasure. Not only is the locally inspired, chile infused cuisine delicious, but there are an extraordinary number of talented chefs statewide crafting world class epicurean delights. When visiting New Mexico, avoid chain restaurants and treat your taste buds to local fare.

Dining

The Pantry breakfast

The Pantry | Santa Fe

George Myers founded The Pantry in 1948 and set the standard of quality and excellence that has been associated with the restaurant for over...
La Nueva Casita taco plate

La Nueva Casita Cafe | Las Cruces

Established in 1957 and located in the Historic Mesquite District, along the original Camino Real Route, La Nueva Casita Cafe has become a staple...
Laguna green chile cheeseburger

Where To Grab A Great Green Chile Cheeseburger

In New Mexico is known for chile and most residents have an affinity for piquant peppers. The state question is "red or green." In...
Clafoutis fruit tart

Clafoutis | Santa Fe

There are so many superlative compliments that you can make about Clafoutis Bakery and Restaurant in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Owned and operated by...
Posole

El Paragua | Española

Located just 24 miles north of Santa Fe in historic Española, El Paragua has received national recognition for its New Mexican dishes. With décor...
Bison Flank Steak

Pueblo Harvest | Albuquerque

On a revitalized stretch of 12th Street just north of I-40 in the heart of Albuquerque, there’s a restaurant with a story to tell—well,...
chile con queso and chips

Chile Con Queso

Chile con queso is a cheese and chile dip, well suited to chips or vegetables.
bran rolls

Bran Refrigerator Rolls

I inherited this bran roll recipe from my grandmother. She made them every holiday, setting aside some of the dough for pecan rolls in...

D.H. Lawrence

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Hotel Luna Mystica

Hotel Luna Mystica | Taos

Hotel Luna Mystica is a vintage trailer hotel and starlight campground in the vast Mesa of Taos, one of the most mystical locations on...
Dawson cemetery miner memorial

Dawson, New Mexico

Ghost towns litter the back roads in New Mexico. Miners settled most of these abandoned communities, extracting a variety of precious minerals and ores...
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Mogollon, New Mexico

Founded in 1876, Mogollon was named after Don Juan Ignacio Flores Mogollon, a governor of the Spanish province of New Mexico in the 1700's....

Popular Recipes

Green Chile Chicken Enchilada Casserole

Green Chile Chicken Enchiladas Green Chile Chicken Enchilada casserole is comfort food. This recipe is based on the method I inherited from my grandmother, the...

Additional Resources

Authentic New Mexico

El Paragua

This family owned gem in Española serves delicious, traditional northern New Mexico cuisine.