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SANTA FE

L’OLIVIER

653 Canyon Road, Santa Fe 505-982-4353, www.compoundrestaurant.com

229 Galisteo, Santa Fe 505-989-1919, www.loliviersantafe.com

198 State Road 592, Santa Fe 877-262-4666, www.fourseasons.com/santafe

Chef Xavier Grenet creates elegant and refreshing cuisine combining classic French culinary techniques with Southwestern flavors and ingredients.

Terra combines a sense of place, local farm-fresh ingredients, and New Mexican culinary traditions, with chef Andrew Cooper at the helm.

505 Cerrillos, Santa Fe 505-780-5073, www.talinmarket.com

1005 S St Francis, Santa Fe 505-780-5483, www.omiragrill.com

Talin T-Bar Traditional flavors Made quickly and with love Ramen. Monday: Dumplings!

A Brazilian steakhouse known for its culinary excellence and internationally inspired dishes. We use only locally raised, handcut New Mexico beef, lamb, and pork.

Enjoy our delectable croissants and Danishes prepared fresh daily or our bistro menu for lunch and dinner with a selection from our wine bar.

428 Agua Fria, Santa Fe 505-982-1272, www.josephsofsantafe.com

112 West San Francisco, Santa Fe 505-983-7445, santafeculinaryacademy.com

Joseph's is the latest incarnation of Chef Joseph Wrede's mission to bring together the finest ingredients, artistic vision, and delightful, surprising flavor to every dish.

The Guesthouse is a student workshop and showcase through the Santa Fe Culinary Academy. The menu reflects the curriculum and changes regularly to embrace local, seasonal products. Reservations recommended.

103 East Taos Plaza, Taos 575-758-8866, www.thegorgebarandgrill.com

125 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte, Taos 575-758-1977, www.taosinn.com

815 Early, Santa Fe 505-989-1288, www.rasajuice.com An organic juice bar and cafĂŠ committed to offering delicious plant-based foods, cold pressed juices, and innovative cleansing and detox programs.

The Compound Restaurant has a heritage rich in history and regional influences. Chef Mark Kiffin continues to preserve a landmark tradition of elegant food and service at his Canyon Road institution.

401 S Guadalupe, Santa Fe 505-988-5500, www.swissbakerysantafe.com

TAOS

TAOS DINER I & II

908 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, 575-758-2374 216B Paseo del Pueblo Sur, 575-751-1989 www.taosdinner.com Home to New Mexican and American homemade, homegrown, and organic breakfast, lunch, and dinners. Gluten-free choices. Beer and wine.

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edible Santa Fe | SPRING 2014

Our menu is straightforward yet eclectic, and Serving lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. chock full of favorites made from scratch using as Patio dining, fresh local foods, award-wining wines, many fresh and local ingredients as possible. and margaritas. Try our signature chile rellenos.

Edible Santa Fe - Spring 2014  

Women and Food - The spring issue is a showcase of amazing women working in food and agriculture, from those defining local food distributio...