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2017 SANTA FE MANUAL

CONTENTS

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INFO

SHOPPING

FOOD

2017 PHOTO CONTEST, P.8 DOWNTOWN MAP, P.17 SANTA FE BY THE NUMBERS, P.19 INDISPENSABLE DIGITS, P.21

DIRECTORY, P.43 SADDLE UP, P.63 HOLD ON HOPE: BUY MUSIC, P.65

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LIVING

ARTS & CULTURE

ESSENTIAL LIVING, P.25 FREE TO DO, P.27 NOT QUITE 911, P.32 GET WET, P.39

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HAPPY HOUR GUIDE, P.92 DRINK LOCAL, P.95 RESTAURANT DIRECTORY, P.96 HOLIDAYS OUT GUIDE, P.111

DIY REVOLUTION, P.69 MUSEUMS, P.73 MIDNIGHT IN SANTA FE, P.76 NIGHTLIFE GUIDE, P.79 DON’T MISS EVENTS, P.80 CINEMA PARADISO, P.84 OPERA PREVIEW, P.86 OUR COVER ARTIST P.89

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FROM THE EDITOR

Dear You … Yes, You! I won’t lie. Putting together this comprehensive guide to Santa Fe every year is a lot of work. But it’s one of the most fun things I’ve been able to do at SFR. It gives me the warm fuzzies to have to take a hard look around this city and then put together stories about some of the coolest things it has to offer. And I learn new things! Can you believe Posa’s makes nearly a half-million tamales

every year (“Stats,” p. 19)? Or that you can buy a monthly pass to use the super-luxe pool at La Posada (“Get Wet,” p. 39) Or that you can get sweet vintage boots at Kowboyz for less than $100 (“Saddle Up,” p. 63)? I knew how insanely easy it is to get a first-class meal on a holiday here in Santa Fe (“Holiday Dining Guide,” p. 111) because I’ve been writing about that for the past year.

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But I knew virtually nothing about the long history of artists partying on Canyon Road (“Midnight in Old Santa Fe,” p. 76). How cool is that? I hope you find a trove of new information in this year’s Santa Fe Manual and that you keep it on hand all year long just to show off how much you know. Have fun out there! Gwyneth Doland


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THE 2017 PHOTO CONTEST WINNERS

IMAGES OF MY NM We asked you to show us what you see when you look at New Mexico. And you blew us away! The submissions to this year’s photo contest were spectacular.

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1st Desperados Waiting on a Train Los Ranchos RailRunner Station

By Roderick Kennedy

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2nd The Essences of a Man Portrait of my Father Dahlia

By Judy Sanchez

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THE 2017 PHOTO CONTEST WINNERS

3rd Rodeo de Santa Fe Rodeo Grounds, Santa Fe

By Angela Kirkman

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THE 2017 PHOTO CONTEST HONORABLE MENTIONS

Gathering Storm Sacred Heart church, near Anton Chico

By Dan Gerth

Protest Albuquerque, New Mexico

By Bobby Gutierrez

Crow Before the Storm Aspen Vista Trail, Santa Fe National Forest

By Jamie Kaminskas

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THE 2017 PHOTO CONTEST HONORABLE MENTIONS

Coyote pup Taos Count y, New Mexico

By Daryl Black

Sand Walkers White Sands National Monument

By David Darby

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THE 2017 PHOTO CONTEST HONORABLE MENTIONS

Santa Fe Plaza Santa Fe Plaza

By LeRoy Sanchez

Winter Trees in Tesuque Tesuque

By Gayther Gonzales

Evening Storm on the Caja Looking back to Santa Fe along the Caja Drainage

By Paul Horpedahl

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tamales made by hand at Posa’s every year

rank of Santa Fe among Best Food Towns in the West by Sunset Magazine

extension to dial for after-hours emergency last rites at the Santa Fe Cathedral

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rolling blue recycling carts delivered to city trash customers in 2017

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minimum number of documents required to get a REAL ID driver’s license

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iguana on a leash, led by a pre-schooler, that participated in the 2016 Pet Parade

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brave souls who downed margaritas from all 31 stops on the Margarita Trail and redeemed their stamped Margarita Trail Passports for their very own margarita bartender kit in 2016

13,965

unemployment rate in Santa Fe as of January 2017

1,149

likes Zozobra had on Facebook as of April 2017

lost animals returned to their homes by the Santa Fe Animal Shelter in 2016

36,923

$155,500

in lodger’s tax paid by Airbnb during the first five months it was collected, representing a nearly 60-percent increase in collection from short-term rentals

kids swam at the Genoveva Chavez Center in 2016

44 years

Sources: Posa’s, Tourism Santa Fe, US Bureau of Labor Statistics and others

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INDISPENSABLE DIGITS (AREA CODE IS SANTA FE 505, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED)

EMERGENCY: AMBULANCE/FIRE/POLICE ›› 911 NON-EMERGENCY DISPATCH ›› 428-3720 POISON CONTROL ›› 1-800-222-1222 NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE ›› 800-273-TALK (8255) SOLACE CRISIS TREATMENT CENTER ›› 800-721-7273 VETERANS CRISIS LINE ›› 800-273-TALK (8255) and press 1 ESPERANZA SHELTER FOR BATTERED FAMILIES ›› Crisis line: 800-473-5220 ›› Office: 474-5536 CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT HOTLINE ›› 855-333-7233

GOVERNMENT NUMBERS

PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXICO ›› To report an electricity outage: 888-342-5766

MUNICIPAL SANTA FE MAYOR JAVIER GONZALES ›› 955-6590

NEW MEXICO GAS COMPANY ›› To report a leak: 888-NM-GAS-CO (664-2726)

SEN. CARLOS CISNEROS, DIST. 6 ›› 670-5610 REP. BRIAN EGOLF, DIST. 47 ›› 986-4782

SANTA FE CITY MANAGER BRIAN SNYDER ›› 955-6848

NEW MEXICO CALL BEFORE YOU DIG ›› 811

REP. MATTHEW MCQUEEN, DIST. 50 ›› 986-4421

SANTA FE CITY COUNCIL

REP. STEPHANIE GARCIA RICHARD, DIST. 43 ›› 672-4196

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Renee Villarreal, Dist. 1, 955-2345 Signe Lindell, Dist. 1, 955-6812 Peter Ives, Dist. 2, 955-6816 Joseph Maestas, Dist. 2, 955-6815 Carmichael Dominguez, Dist. 3, 955-6814 ›› Chris Rivera, Dist. 3, 955-6818 ›› Michael Harris, Dist. 4, 955-6817 ›› Ron Trujillo, Dist 4, 955-6811

WATER/SEWER LINE BREAKS, FROZEN METERS ›› City of Santa Fe: 955-4333 ›› Santa Fe County: 992-9870 MISSED TRASH/ RECYCLING PICKUP ›› City of Santa Fe: 955-2200

REP. JIM R TRUJILLO, DIST. 45 ›› 438-8890 REP. CARL TRUJILLO, DIST. 46 ›› 699-6690 REP. LINDA M TRUJILLO, DIST. 48 ›› 986-4255

SANTA FE COUNTY COMMISSION & COUNTY MANAGER ›› 986-6200

BUCKMAN ROAD RECYCLING & TRANSFER STATION ›› 820-0208

CONGRESS US REP. BEN RAY LUJÁN ›› Santa Fe Office: 984-8950

NM STATE LEGISLATURE SEN. PETER WIRTH, DIST. 25 ›› 988-1668 ext. 104

SANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ›› 467-2000

SEN. NANCY RODRIGUEZ, DIST. 24 ›› 983-8913

SANTA FE REPORTER ›› 988-5541

SEN. LIZ STEFANICS, DIST. 39 ›› 505-471-7643

US SEN. MARTIN HEINRICH ›› Santa Fe Office: 988-6647 US SEN. TOM UDALL ›› Santa Fe Office: 988-6511

ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES HOTLINE ›› 866-654-3219 CAB RIDE HOME PROGRAM ›› 438-0000

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Get Wet in the Desert


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New to town? Or just need a plumber and a massage? Here are the service providers our readers say are the best at what they do.

Plumbing

Aranda’s Plumbing, Heating and Supply

Credit Union

Del Norte Credit Union Three locations in Santa Fe, 455-5228, dncu.org

Law Firm

600 Cortez St., 983-7391 arandaplumbingonline.com

Sommer Udall Law Firm 200 W Marcy St., Ste. 129, 982-4676 sommerudall.com

Car Repair

Real Estate Company

Mike’s Garage 1501 Fifth St., 983-6577 mikesgaragesf.com

Electronics Repair 4Leet

1711 Llano St., Ste. E, 428-6351 4leet.com

Roofing

Goodrich Roofing 3333 Agua Fría St., 473-5555 goodrichroofing.com

Solar Energy

Positive Energy Solar 3209 Richards Lane, 424-1112 positiveenergysolar.com

Storage Facility

A-1 Self Storage Multiple locations, 983-8038, storeata1.com

Pet Grooming/ Daycare

Santa Fe Tails 2109 Warner Circle, 820-0731 santafetails.com

Bank

Los Alamos National Bank Three locations in Santa Fe, 662-5171, lanb.com

Santa Fe Realty Unlimited

3600 Cerrillos Road, Ste. 716, 467-8829 santaferealtyultd.com

Art Frame Shop

Frontier Frames 2008 St. Michael’s Drive, Ste. D, 473-1901 frontierframes.net

Ten Thousand Waves

Lodging

La Fonda on the Plaza 100 E San Francisco St., 982-5511 lafondasantafe.com

Dental Care

Dr. Richard Parker Dentistry 2019 Galisteo St., Ste. L2, 982-9222 richardparkerdds.com

Fitness Facility

Pilates Studio Pilates Santa Fe

839 Paseo de Peralta, Ste. O, 995-9700 pilatessantafe.com

Alternative Healing

Blue Lotus Integrated Health 1532 Cerrillos Road, Ste. C, 986-9109 bluelotussantafe.com

Chiropractor

Genoveva Chavez Community Center 3221 Rodeo Road, 955-4000 chavezcenter.com

Winds of Choice Chiropractic Center Windy Carter 2948 S Richards Ave., 424-9114 windycarterdc.com

Yoga Studio YogaSource

901 W San Mateo Road, Ste. Y, 982-0990 815 Early St., 982-0990 yogasource-santafe.com

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Acupuncture

We the People Acupuncture 1406 Second St., 982-3711 weacupuncture.com

Hair Salon

Rock Paper Scissors DeVargas Center, 187 Paseo de Peralta, 955-8500 rockpaperscissorsalonspa.com

Nail Salon

Nail Experts 2438 Cerrillos Road, 474-6183

Aesthetic Treatment Santa Ana Skin Care Clinic

2205 Miguel Chavez Road, Ste. E, 954-4422 santaanaskincare.com

Spa/Massage/Facial Ten Thousand Waves

21 Ten Thousand Waves Way, 982-9304 tenthousandwaves.com


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ADOPTIONS

PREMIER RESALE

Kennel viewing at our Caja del Rio Road Adoptions facility, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. daily, 505-983-4309, ext. 1610

Quality resale at unbeatable prices. All proceeds directly support vital Shelter programs.

Mobile Adoption Sites every weekend, check our website for details.

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VETERINARY SERVICES

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2570 Camino Entrada, 505-474-6300 541 W. Cordova Road, 505-780-8975

Low-cost, quality spay/neuter services at our south-side clinic, 2570 Camino Entrada, 505-474-6422

Monday-Saturday, 10-6; Sunday, 11-5

LOST/FOUND ANIMALS

Quality veterinary care open to all at Clare Eddy Thaw Animal Hospital, 100 Caja del Rio Road, 505-983-2755

Kennel viewing at our Caja del Rio Road Admissions facility, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. daily, 505-983-4309, ext. 1606

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THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE f r

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Experience is life, and any of these will enrich yours for no cost. Here are some of Santa Fe’s most popular (and a few lesserknown) ways to have fun for free.

Shidoni

BY MARIA EGOLF-ROMERO

Santa Fe Bandstand

Live music pours out into the Plaza all summer long through this free concert series that showcases rock, reggae, Latin music, surf, opera apprentices, jazz and pretty much any genre you can imagine. The schedule includes 75 performances between July 5 and Aug. 25—find out more at santafebandstand.org.

First Free Sundays at Local Museums

If you’re a New Mexico resident, you can get into many museums at no cost on the first Sunday of every month. Museums include New Mexico History Museum (113 Lincoln Ave., 476-5200) New Mexico Museum of Art (107 W Palace Ave., 476-5072), the Museum of International Folk Art (706 Camino Lejo, 476-1200) and the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (710 Camino Lejo, 476-1269).

Friday Night Art Openings The warmer it gets, the more frequent the art openings. Up and down Canyon Road, at the Railyard and on the Plaza, little parties celebrate the debut of exhibits of work by local, international and emerging artists with snacks and sometimes wine. Check our weekly culture calendar for listings of what’s premiering where.

Santa Fe Farmers Market

1607 Paseo de Peralta, 983-4098, santafefarmersmarket.com All the goodness you’d expect at a farmers market, including local and organic produce vendors offering flowers, fruit, lettuce, kale, tomatoes, breads, and chile mustard—red or green. Plus performances by local musicians and buskers. Get a fresh flower crown and an apple cider snow cone and love your life. Year-round it’s held from 8 am-1 pm on Saturdays, but summer brings extended hours and additional markets on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

1508 Bishops Lodge Road, Tesuque, 988-8001, shidoni.com Picturesque whether there are red and orange leaves, powderwhite snow or pillowy grass covering the grounds of this sculpture garden in the lush Tesuque valley. The works are mostly contemporary and give the whole place a wonderland vibe. The gardens are open to the public during daylight hours year-round. But don’t head out expecting a tour of the foundry, which closed because of financial woes in early spring. Visit the website for specific information.

Art at the Roundhouse

490 Old Santa Fe Trail, 986-4589, nmcapitolart.org One of the state’s best art collections is housed an unlikely place: the state Capitol Building, known as the Roundhouse. Although the Roundhouse only really hums with activity during the winter legislative sessions, free tours through its corridors are available all year long, weekdays 8 am-5 pm and on weekends in the summer. You can preview the Capitol Art Collection online.

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St. John’s College Dean’s Lecture and Concert Series

1160 Camino de Cruz Blanca, 984-6000, sjc.edu/santa-fe/events Enrich your intellect with lectures from renowned scholars and academics, and satiate your classical music cravings with piano and cello concerts from internationally acclaimed musicians in this series. It’s in the Great Hall in the Peterson Student Center at 7:30 pm select Fridays.

La Fonda Art & History Tours

100 E. San Francisco St., 995-2300, lafondasantafe.com The hotel started giving these free, hour-long tours a few years ago and they are surprisingly fun and interesting. Spend an hour learning about the history of the “oldest hotel corner in America,” its role as a Harvey House and the art that lines the walls. Offered WednesdaySaturday at 10:30 am. Sign up through the concierge. Attendance is limited and offerings change by the seasons, so please check ahead.

TGIF Concerts Bird Walks at the Randall Davey Audubon Center 1800 Upper Canyon Road, 983-4609, randalldavey.audubon.org Local experts lead free bird walks every Saturday at 8:30 am, featuring the 200 species of birds that inhabit the 135-acre sanctuary. You can also visit on your own, 8 am-4 pm Monday-Saturday.

First Presbyterian Church, 208 Grant Ave., 982-8544, fpcsantafe.org/music-art/ concerts Musicians from home and around the world come to perform solo or with choirs filling the church sanctuary with classical, jazz, pop, hymns and more on a variety of instruments. Whew! Let the work week wash away at 5:30 pm Fridays.


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Santa Fe’s six urgent care centers offer similar services with a couple of unique features, now spread across the city:

Not Quite URGENT CARE TREATS MORE THAN MINOR EMERGENCIES BY DEBORAH BUSEMEYER

When my baby son’s toe turned an unexplained purple nine years ago, I drove across town to Rodeo Road for urgent care, one of three options in Santa Fe at the time. Today, our choices for immediate care have doubled with urgent care centers located in all corners of the city. Over the last decade, getting medical care has increasingly meant waiting. And as waits for ER visits and doctor appointments grew longer, more people have turned to urgent care as a convenient alternative. Urgent care centers—which offer extended hours and basic primary-care services—began to develop in the 1970s as a way to meet patients’ needs, after-hours and quickly. “We do want to drive people to urgent care centers—they are faster, more cost-efficient and people get the quality care they need,” says Arturo Delgado, director of marketing and communications at Christus St. Vincent, which operates two urgent care centers on the Eastside and Southside. That need continues to rise, especially in New Mexico, a state with one of the fastest-growing populations of older adults and one that expanded Medicaid as a way to insure thousands more adults. Although we could see the end of the Affordable Care Act (known as Obamacare), it has already made an impact here, increasing demand for services. “The reality is the healthcare sector is the largest sector in New Mexico and in the country,” says Kelly O’Donnell, a local economist and public fi-

nance expert. “There are specific forces at play—Medicaid expansion and the Affordable Care Act, in particular—[that have] been meaningful in New Mexico because so many people qualify for health insurance for the first time. Plus the population is aging, and as people get older, they need more healthcare, and often more costly healthcare.” SHOTS, PHYSICALS AND PRIMARY CARE Urgent care centers used to focus solely on minor injuries and illnesses when your regular doctor wasn’t available. Now many are going beyond the basics—offering vaccinations and sports physicals, connecting more to primary and specialty care, providing basic laboratory and x-ray services and focusing on prevention. “Overall there’s growth in the healthcare industry in the outpatient clinical-type setting, and there’s a bigger push toward preventive healthcare. You want people to get the care they need,” Delgado says. If you’d like to link your ur-

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Aspen Medical Center Open latest, until 9 pm every day 3450 Zafarano Drive, Ste. C, 466-5885 aspenmedicalcenter.com DeVargas Health Center & Urgent Care Get care Monday through Saturday at the north-side facility. DeVargas Center, 510 N Guadalupe St., Ste. C, 913-4664 stvin.org/devargas-health-center-urgent-care Entrada Contenta Health Center & Urgent Care Christus provides the clinic furthest south in the city limits. 5501 Herrera Drive, 913-4180 stvin.org/entrada-contenta-health-center-urgentcare Presbyterian Urgent Care Centrally located and run by the outfit also building a new hospital near I-25. 454 St. Michael’s Drive, Ste. 200, 473-0390 phs.org/locations/Pages/urgent-care.aspx Railyard Urgent Care Santa Fe Reporter readers voted them the best in town in 2016’s Best of Santa Fe readers’ poll. 831 S St. Francis Drive, 501-7791 railyardurgentcare.com UltiMED The oldest urgent care clinic in Santa Fe; it opened in 2003. 707 Paseo de Peralta, 989-8707 ultimed.com


gent care visit with your doctor, three urgent care centers also operate as primary-care clinics. Aspen Medical Center opened in 2013 with a focus on connecting urgent care patients into a primary-care home. You can visit for an emergency need and then establish care with a doctor at the clinic on Zafarano Road.

says Helen Brooks, Santa Fe-area administrator for Presbyterian Healthcare Services. “It’s also a tool to look at population health. We can identify populations of diabetic patients and proactively manage their care. That’s a big change from episodic to total care.”

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If you have a doctor or provider within the expansive Christus St. Vincent system, two urgent care clinics can access your medical records to coordinate your care: DeVargas Health Center & Urgent Care in the DeVargas Center and the Entrada Contenta Health Center & Urgent Care near the Southside Walmart. At Entrada, you can get linked to a doctor at the same clinic for follow-up care. Presbyterian’s PMG Urgent Care, which opened in 2015 on St. Michael’s Drive, can also connect you to primary-care physicians and refer you to a specialist, like cardiology, neurology or endocrinology, located within the same building. “We have one integrated medical record that has information about patients that is shared across the system,”

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Some urgent care centers exist mainly to keep people out of the emergency room. UltiMED cares for a mix of locals and tourists in Santa Fe’s only downtown clinic. “More people are traveling now with medical problems than ever before,” says Lesa D Fraker, medical director of UltiMED and a board-certified emergency medicine physician. Troy Watson, owner of Railyard Urgent Care, says his clinic can treat 90 percent of the medical problems seen in an ER, including suturing major wounds, conducting biopsies, providing pulmonary-function tests and treating dislocated joints. Urgent care centers offering more services reflect the overall shift toward outpatient care in the healthcare industry. Gone are the days when long hospital stays were typical. Inpatient care has dropped while outpatient care, fueled by newer technologies and a need for convenience, has flourished. Presbyterian began construction in Santa Fe this past October on a new medical center that would capitalize on the need for outpatient services like general, orthopedic and podiatry surgery. “Procedures that used to require large incisions and long recover times can be done with new techniques and no hospital stay—it’s a huge development within the healthcare industry,” says Brooks.

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AREA HIKING GRID

Here are some of our favorite day hikes from Santa Fe—ones that don’t require any particular skill, equipment or fitness. Most of them are fit for dogs and kids. Don’t forget to bring water on even the shortest stroll, and bring your smartphone, because even when you don’t have a cell signal, your GPS usually works.

For more detailed information on these and other hikes, check out some of our favorite guide books. Day Hikes in the Santa Fe Area, from the Northern New Mexico Sierra Club, has a new issue with some new trails and great maps. (Hint: You can find it at Travel Bug at 839 Paseo de Peralta, 992-0418.) 100 Hikes

in New Mexico and Hiking New Mexico came out in 2010 and 2011, respectively, but are both still handy for wandering around the state. Bonus: If you’re further South, the Sandia Mountain Hiking Guide is the best you can get and its waterproof map rules.

Trail

Best Time of Year

Special Features

Difficulty

Distance

Need to Know

ASPEN VISTA

Summer-early fall

Summer wildflowers, fall aspens

Moderate

12 miles round trip

Starts near mile marker 12 on Hyde Park Road. You don’t have to do the whole thing.

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BLACK CANYON TRAIL

Year round

Ruins and cliff dwellings

Spring-Fall

Wildflowers, aspens

Easy

2.5-6 miles; loops & outand-back

Easy

2 miles round trip

A super easy hike from the Black Canyon Campground. There is a 78 percent chance you will not have to carry a small child the entire way back.

About 5 miles

The hike to the caves starts from Panchuela Campground in Cowles (near Pecos). That’s the easy part. Expert hikers/masochists can continue to Horsethief Meadow, about 12 miles roundtrip.

Summer

Trout fishing. Also: disappearing creek?!

Easy

CERRILLOS HILLS HISTORIC PARK

Fall-Spring

Covered mine shafts

Easy

CHAMISA TRAIL

Spring-Fall

Wildflowers, meadows, creek

Easy

CAVE CREEK

CHILE LINE

DIABLO CANYON

Year-Round

Winter

Canyon, shade

Stunning canyon, river

There are several trails to choose from. Check recent conditions. Arrive at the park visitor center before 9 am early spring through fall and you don’t have to take the shuttle bus.

Easy

Easy

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5 mile loop

Start from the parking lot at Cerrillos Hills Historic Park. Strike gold! Get rich! (Kidding.)

About 5 miles round trip

Starts from a parking area 5.6 miles up Hyde Park Road. Close to town, so it can be crowded.

3 miles

This flat, easy trail that follows an old railroad bed is great for kids and non-hikers. Take Buckman Road all the way down to the river and park there.

6 miles

Mostly flat trail along an arroyo. No shade until the end, so summer is hot but winter is glorious. Take Camino La Tierra to Buckman Road and go about 7.5 miles; turn left at the sign for Diablo Canyon.


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LAS CONCHAS (East Fork of the Jemez River)

NAMBE LAKE

OJO CALIENTE MICA MINE / POSI RUINS

RIO EN MEDIO

TENT ROCKS

Best Time of Year

Special Features

Difficulty

Distance

Spring-Fall

Killer views of Santa Fe

Moderate

About 6 miles roundtrip

A rewarding hike for when you’re feeling ambitious. Park at St. John’s College.

Spring-Fall

Wildflowers, waterfalls

Easy

5-10 miles, 2.5-6 hours; several options

You know those ugly Keen water shoes you bought? Wear those so you can splash around in the box canyon. Fun with kids and dogs.

Summer-Fall

Fishing, wildflowers

ModerateStrenuous

About 7 miles round trip

A short but tough hike that climbs about 2,000 feet up from the Santa Fe Ski Basin. The views are so mindblowing it’s worth it.

Fall-Spring

Glittering mountain of mica; Pueblo ruin, hot springs

4 miles round trip

Park at Ojo Caliente spa. Save time (or for a much shorter jaunt) do the smaller trail to the Posi ruins, practically carpeted in pot shards. It’s almost impossible to resist a soak afterward.

Summer

SpringSummer

Waterfalls

Hoodoos? Yoodoo.

TESUQUE CREEK

Spring-Fall

Creek, wildflowers

VALLE GRANDE

Late SpringEarly Fall

It’s in a freaking volcano crater.

Easy

Need to Know

EasyModerate

4-8 miles roundtrip

For an easy hike just do the bottom 2 miles and turn around. You’ll still see the waterfalls. From Tesuque take NM 592 to the village of En Medio. Park by the Forest Service sign on the right.

Moderate

Cave Loop: 1.5 miles, about 1 hour; Add Canyon Trail for another 2 miles and 1-2 hours

$5 fee per car (it’s on the Cochiti Reservation). Climb through canyons and scramble up weird rocks for some of the most beautiful vistas around. No dogs (sad face).

EasyModerate

Easy

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4-7 miles roundtrip

Watch out for mountain bikers whizzing past you on this popular trail. Take Bishop’s Lodge Road about 4 miles to County Road 72A. The trailhead is just past that.

2 miles

Try not to get trampled by an elk or mauled by a bear. Make some noise while you’re out there so you don’t surprise them.


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in the Desert Water immersion therapy is a real thing, and being in the dry desert can be tough on the water-lover’s soul. You aren’t totally out of luck, mermaids and mermen: There are springs, pools and even a few hotels you can drop into for the day to live your waterside-vacation dreams on your day off.

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Abiquiú Lake

Hwy 84, Abiquiú This manmade lake is in the heart of O’Keeffe country 60 miles north of Santa Fe. Its waters are surrounded by red and white cliffs that make it really easy to picture the artist maven herself, sitting and painting on a rock nearby. You can access the water by dock or wading (or cliffjumping for the more daring). The drive alone is awe-inspiring.

Bicentennial Pool (Summer only)

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This family swimming spot overlooks the green lawns of Alto Park, which begs a post-swim picnic.

Cochiti Lake

Dam Crest Road, Peña Blanca, 465-2557, cochitilake.org/lake This reservoir has two recreational sites, a swimming beach, camping loops with electricity hook-ups and a playground for the kids.

Spence Hot Springs

Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado

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A day pass includes access to the spa facilities, like the outdoor courtyard men’s and women’s hot tubs, the beautiful yoga studio and the heated outdoor pool. This is really a one-day vacation, and the place to splurge if you want a summer escape.

Ft. Marcy Recreation Complex 490 Bishops Lodge Road, 955-2500, santafenm.gov/ft_marcy_ recreation_complex

A saline pool with a bar attached is pretty much a dream of a summer day. And that’s exactly what you get here.

Montezuma Hot Springs

Hwy. 65, Montezuma Situated along the Gallinas Creek, these springs are slippery, so be careful. Some are also really hot, but there are a handful to choose from and they all have nice views. Springtime, when pink flower buds grace the trees, is spectacular.

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Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs

Get in there and do some laps! They offer memberships and have a racquetball court and gym.

»» $16-$32 per person

50 Los Banos Drive, Ojo Caliente, 583-2233, ojocaliente.ojospa.com

A beloved spot in Northern New Mexico for generations, Ojo is a laid-back, family-friendly destination to warm up in a hot spring, take a mud bath or catch a snooze in a hammock. It’s free on your birthday for New Mexico residents.

Genoveva Chavez Community Center

3221 Rodeo Road, 955-4000, chavezcenter.com

Salvador Perez Recreation Center

»» $2 children 10 and under »» $4 youth 11-17 and seniors (60+) »» $7 adults

This huge indoor rec center offers an Olympic-size swimming pool. They also have huge slides and a fun tide pool for the kids (or after your serious swimming). Check the schedule online to make sure there’s a lane open for you.

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Spence Hot Springs

Hwy. 4, 7 miles north of Jemez Springs Just off the highway and up a well-marked trail, you’ll find these three tiered hot pools with mountain views. Enjoyable in rain, snow or shine, it’s a popular spot—so don’t expect to be the only people there.

Sunrise Springs Spa Resort

242 Los Pinos Road, 780-8145, sunrisesprings.ojospa.com »» $30-$55 per person (hot tubs)

The natural springs on the property make it a desert oasis, and they offer outdoor tubs for your soaking pleasure. Overlooking the spring, there’s enough space for up to four people. Even if you don’t want to climb into a tub, you can admire the scenic natural oasis in La Cienega as you dine or get a spa treatment.

Ten Thousand Waves

21 Ten Thousand Waves Way, 982-9304, tenthousandwaves.com »» $24.30 per person (unlimited communal tubs)

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The exchanging of money for goods is practically as old as time itself, and when it comes to shopping till one drops, Santa Fe’s offerings practically have all imaginable bases covered. Clothing, works of art or even just that adorable souvenir to use as a reminder—they’re out there waiting for you to fall in love.

The Good Stuff

Art & Music Supplies GET A NEW INSTRUMENT, OR FIX YOUR BROKEN ONE (OR BUY MUSIC TOO)

Borrego’s Guitar and Music Supply Co.

1636 St. Michael’s Drive, 471-9043, borregos guitarsmusicsupply.com Local musicians David Borrego and Sean Healen co-own this library of instruments, amps, consignment items and more.

The Candyman Strings & Things

851 St. Michael’s Drive, 983-5906, candymansf.com If you’re a musician in Santa Fe, this favorite is instrumental. Here you can buy a new banjo, drum kit or guitar—and take lessons or join clubs to get better at your instrument of choice.

401 W San Francisco St., 795-1939, thegoodstuffsantafe.com Vintage vinyl, used books, graphic tees and sunglasses are all great things. Plus, they serve coffee. SUPPLY AND INSPIRE YOUR INNER ARTIST

Artisan

2601 Cerrillos Road, 954-4179, artisansantafe.com Georgia O’Keeffe bought supplies here, so you know it’s longstanding and legit. Offering a good selection of paints, brushes, oil pastels, sculpture tools and a source of creativity.

Santa Fe Clay

545 Camino de la Familia, 984-1122, santafeclay.com Find everything you need to get your hands working at this ceramic haven, which offers workshops, clays, glazes, tools and kiln access.   

Books FILL YOUR BOOKSHELVES

The Ark

133 Romero St., 988-3709, arkbooks.com It smells like a waft of incense and has cases and cases of crystals, shelves of spiritual and books and some of the coolest cards around. Educational kid’s books too!

Big Star Books & Music

329 Garfield St., 820-7827, bigstarbooks.com Trade in your old read in for a new one under Big Star’s blue roof. Check out the CDs and rare books, too!

Book Mountain

2101 Cerrillos Road, 471-2625, bookmountainsantafe.com High on intellect but low on cash? Head over to this paperback book exchange for your book fix. CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE >>

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BEST OF SANTA FE 1ST PLACE WINNER

SHOPPING >> BOOKS

Collected Works Bookstore and Coffeeshop

202 Galisteo St., 988-4226, cwbookstore.com A downtown stroll is always made better by a stop into this local-favorite bookstore. Witnessing so many real paper books on shelves is both nostalgic and refreshing at once. Plus, have you seen those antlers over the fireplace?

Garcia Street Books

376 Garcia St., 986-0151, garciastreetbooks.com With a rotating repertoire of creative staff picks, specializing in art books but carrying plenty of literature too, you may be inspired to read something outside your usual genre.

IAIA Campus Bookstore

Institute for American Indian Arts 83 Avan Nu Po Road, 428-5935, iaia.edu Get art supplies, sketchbooks and a peek at student art work.

op.cit.

DeVargas Center, 157 Paseo de Peralta, 428-0321, opcit.com Used is as good as new when it comes to a great read. This resale book spot has a constantly changing inventory, so it’s always a new experience.

photo-eye Bookstore

376 Garcia St., 988-5152 ext. 201, photoeye.com Find new and classic photography books aplenty at this lens-centric shop that features book signings and release events.

St. John’s College Bookstore

1160 Camino Cruz Blanca, 984-6056, sjc.edu/santa-fe/book Think about the origins of consciousness, learn about the birth of geometry or ponder the theory of gravity with the great books you’ll find in this campus bookstore.

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Big Star Books & Music

Travel Bug

839 Paseo de Peralta, 992-0418, mapsofnewmexico.com Stock up on travel supplies, maps and guide books, or stop in for a slideshow lecture and take a trip in your imagination.


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James Reid Ltd.

114 E Palace Ave., 988-1147, jrltd.com Belt buckles, money clips and cufflinks.

O’Farrell Hat Company

111 E San Francisco St., 989-9666, ofarrellhatco.com Custom hats for men and women both, but there’s just something extra-special about a dude in a cowboy hat. BUY BASICS AND BUTTON-UPS

Corsini Bros.

107 W San Francisco St., 820-2300 Fine men’s brands, personal service and a whole lot of collars.

Harry’s Clothing

202 Galisteo St., 988-1959 Timeless styles and great work options.

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Lancaster York Gentlemen’s Apparel

121 E Palace Ave., 984-1577, lancasteryorksf.com Casual and dressy shirts, pants, sweaters and more. FIND A NEW FAVORITE BAG OR FLANNEL

Red River Mercantile

235 Don Gaspar Ave., 992-1233 High-quality flannels, shirts, jackets and gender-neutral bags with an easy mountain style.

Clothing (Women’s) BUY ATHLETIC WEAR SO YOU HAVE TO WORK OUT

Sense

219 Galisteo St., 988-5534, wearsense.com Soft fabrics and breathable shapes that are great for yoga. CONTINUED ON PAGE 47 >>

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Bodhi Bazaar

DeVargas Center, 556 N Guadalupe St., 982-3880, bodhibazaar.com Everything from casual tees to beautiful dresses by current brands like Citizens of Humanity, Dolce Vita and Elizabeth and James.

Cupcake Clothing

322 Montezuma Ave., 988-4744, cupcakeclothing.com This sweet staff is happy to help you browse the trendy items, including pretty stackable necklaces and rings, oils and scents, bags and belts.

Daniella

500 Market St., 988-2399, shopdaniella.com Splurge-worthy jackets, pants, blouses and handbags.

Santa Fe Dry Goods

53 Old Santa Fe Trail, 982-4066, santafedrygoods.com Chic European-made fashion and footwear with a polished but unique vibe.

Spirit Clothing

109 W San Francisco St., 982-2677 Stylish, breathable and comfortable, with a nod to minimalist aesthetics.

Uli’s Clothing Boutique

208 W San Francisco St., 986-0557, ulissantafe.com Focused on dressing to flatter your body type—with some men’s and children’s styles, too.

WearAbouts

70 W Marcy St., 982-1399, wearaboutssf.com Jeans, basics and boots from labels like Free People, American Vintage and Frye.

PICK UP A TRENDY BOHEMIAN PIECE

Maya Santa Fe

108 Galisteo St., 989-7590, mayasantafe.com Free-spirited style saturates this eclectic shop filled with shoes, accessories and clothing sourced from sustainable companies.

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SHOPPING >> CLOTHING

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Take a drive. Find your happy.

Photo credit: Daniel Quat

101 W Marcy St., 988-3585 Get a cute crocheted sundress or a trendy bohemian blouse and check out the curated vintage clothes. Plus stickers, earrings, socks and quirky graphic tees.

Ethical Choices, Designer Labels Picked and Priced for Locals

Sign of the Pampered Maiden

123 W Water St., 982-5948 Flowy blouses with intricate floral embroidery—and excellent service. TREAT YOURSELF TO LACY UNDERWEAR OR A COMFY COTTON BRA

Modern Aphrodite

1708 Lena St., Ste. 105, 989-9880, anneridley.com/modernaphrodite-store-1 This new pleasure boutique has everything you need for a night of fun (think like lace blindfolds, leather whips and sexy board games). Also cute bras, undies and everyday wear.

Underpinnings

150 Washington Ave., 983-9103 Plush and silky robes, cotton nightgowns and more. NAB ONE-OF-A-KIND PIECES AND WEARABLE TEXTILES

La Boheme

663 Canyon Road, 982-8043 Embroidered midi dresses, vintage textiles, polka-dot overalls, indigo and linen galore in this stunning little boutique. CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE >>

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Full Bloom Boutique

Full Bloom Boutique

70 W Marcy St., 988-9648 Color-coded racks mean rainbows of embroidery on silk, linen and more. More Johnny Was than you could even imagine.

Santa Fe Weaving Gallery 124 ½ Galisteo St., 982-1737, sfweaving.com Hand-knit wraps you’ll wear year-round.

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natasha Santa Fe

403 S Guadalupe St., 913-9236, natashasantafe.com Hand-knitted scarves, art and jewelry, all from local artists.

At the Railyard

Passementrie

115 Old Santa Fe Trail, 989-1262, ilovepassementrie.com You’lll drool over these textiles and fabrics in classic shapes. The hand-printed collection features wearable works of art.

HOME OF THE

Vintage • Used • New

Handwoven Originals

125 E Palace Ave., Ste. 34, 988-2622, handwovenoriginals.com Infinity scarves and wraps in impossibly soft Italian fabrics.

Free parking • Open 7 days a week 345 W. Manhattan at Guadalupe 505.984.1256 • www.kowboyz.com

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FIND GREAT USED AND VINTAGE CLOTHES

Act 2

839 Paseo de Peralta, Ste. A, 983-8585, act2santafe.com Find or sell something on consignment at this resale shop catering to a variety of cool styles for women.

Art.i.fact

930 Baca St., Ste. C, 982-5000, artifactsantafe.com Men’s and women’s curated consignment clothing, boots, bags and accessories that have a hip and modern feel, plus occasional art shows and events in the attached ART.i.factory.

Barkin’ Boutique

510 N Guadalupe St., 986-0699 Pick up some new duds and fund the Española Valley Humane Society at the same time.


Bohemiac

3918 Rodeo Road, 570-4000 Eclectic and chic consignment clothes, jewelry, homewares and accessories away from downtown crowds.

Double Take

320 Aztec St., 989-8886, santafedoubletake.com This is a renowned spot where you can easily happen upon a treasure, both resale and retail. See men’s and women’s vintage bags, jeans, jewelry, hats, boots and much more.

something to love in this cute, clean and easily navigable shop. Gotta love when something is $90 instead of $500.

Santa Fe Vintage Outpost

202 E Palace Ave., 690-1075, santafevintage.com An insane collection of vintage clothing—which used to only be available in an appointment-only showroom on the Southside—including jewelry, denim and flannels. A collector’s dream.

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541 W Cordova Road, 780-8975 Affordable clothing and home decorations with proceeds benefiting the Santa Fe Animal Shelter.

Ooh La La!

518 Old Santa Fe Trail, 820-6433, oohlala-consignment.com Current styles and high-end labels make it easy to find

rames Serving Santa Fe’s Leading Artists, Galleries and Collectors since 1973.

Quality Custom Picture Framing

Look What the Cat Dragged In 2570 Camino Entrada, 473-6300

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FAST, FRIENDLY, EXPERT SERVICE • Framing for everyday occasions and memories too! • Priority Service Available at No Extra Charge

Food LOCAL GROCERIES PERFECT FOR A SNACK, A JUICE OR INGREDIENTS FOR DINNER

CONSERVATION STANDARDS • Museum Quality Matting and Mounting • UV Filtering and Anti-Reflective Glass and Plexi

El Paisano Super Market

3140 Cerrillos Road, Ste. D, 424-9105 If you’re hungry, have a torta, which is basically a hot meat sandwich. If you’re not hungry, buy a Trump piñata.

SANTA FE’S BEST SELECTION • Over 1000 Wood and Metal Mouldings in Stock • Custom Mats: Ovals, Fabric Wraps, Fancy Cuts • Photo Frames • 22 Karat Gold Frames • Shadow Boxes

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Blake’s Lotaburger

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473-1901 Visit us on the web at www.FrontierFrames.net Look What the Cat Dragged In

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Summer In Style Nambé at the base of Canyon Road 924 Paseo De Peralta Santa Fe, NM 87501 P: 505-988-5528 Mon-Sat 9 am - 5 pm Sun 11 am - 4 pm

Nambé on the Historic Plaza 104 West San Francisco Street Santa Fe, NM 87501 P: 505-988-3574 Mon-Sat 9 am - 5 pm Sun 11 am - 5 pm

Nambé Pojoaque 90 Cities of Gold Road Santa Fe, NM 87506 P: 505-455-2731 Mon-Sat 10 am - 6 pm Sun 11 am - 4 pm

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Fine Art & Crafts by

LOCAL JURIED ARTISTS AT THE RAILYARD Paseo de Peralta at Guadalupe Next to the Farmers Market

SATURDAYS March thru December 8:00 am to 1:00 pm AT THE CATHEDRAL Next to the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi SATURDAY & SUNDAY

June 17-18, Sept. 16-17, and Oct. 7-8 10:00 am to 5:00 pm www.SantaFeArtistsMarket.com www.facebook.com/SantaFeArtistsMarket Kaune’s Neighborhood Market

Kaune’s Neighborhood Market

511 Old Santa Fe Trail, 982-2629, kaunes.com A small grocery store with a ton of snack options, a good selection of wine and delicious-smelling roasted chickens. Plus, you can buy a bar of honeycomb dipped in dark chocolate. Splurge-worthy for sure.

La Montañita Co-op

913 W Alameda St., 984-2852, lamontanita.coop Featuring mostly organic and locally grown produce, a sandwich and smoothie bar, a ton of coconut water and a best-kept secret: scrumptious breakfast burritos.

Santa Fe Farmers Market 1607 Paseo de Peralta, 983-4098, santafefarmersmarket.com Buy directly from local farmers at this market in the Railyard. Choose from fresh produce, meats, cheeses and more; snack on artisan breads, pastries, coffee and tea. In the summer, the ven-

dors spill into the breezeway. Cool off with an organic apple cider snow cone.

Talin Market

505 Cerrillos Road, Ste. B-101, 780-5073, talinmarket.com International produce, tons of noodles, tea, snacks and a mouth-watering Dumpling Monday. TREAT YOURSELF TO AN ARTISANAL CHOCOLATE OR FIVE

Cacao Santa Fe

3201 Richards Lane, Ste. B, 471-0891, cacaosantafe.com Take a chocolate class, get a coffee and browse the selection of dark chocolates from Santa Fe and beyond.

CG Higgins

847 Ninita St., 820-1315 130 Lincoln Ave., Ste. B, 820-1315, cghiggins.com Locally beloved chocolates, truffles, caramels, toffees, coffee and more. CONTINUED ON PAGE 53 >>

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CCandNS.com 505.216.1108

518 Old Santa Fe Trail #6, Santa Fe, NM

HIGH END FLORAL DESIGN RACHAEL PURCELL, owner/designer 3482 B Zafarano Dr., Santa Fe, NM 87507

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The Chocolatesmith

Chocolate + Cashmere

109 E Palace Ave., 989-3887 Knitwear and chocolate is a dangerous, but delectable combo. Just go for the sweaters before the chocolate.

The Chocolatesmith

851 Cerrillos Road, Ste. A, 473-2111, chocolatesmith.com Craft caramels, some with 24-karat gold sprinkled on top. Yummy and bougie.

Kakawa Chocolate House 1050 Paseo de Peralta, 982-0388, kakawachocolates.com Drinking chocolate should really be a bigger thing, it’s so damn good. Especially on a cold day. It’s both delicious and (supposedly) good for you, so bottoms up!

Todos Santos Chocolates 125 E Palace Ave., Ste. 31, 982-3855 A little magic goes into these beautifully-crafted and sometimes eccentric creations by chocolatier Hayward Simoneaux.

DRINK WINE FOR DINNER, WEEKEND VODKA BLOODY MARYS OR TEQUILA JUST BECAUSE

WE WELCOME New Clients and thank our Existing Clients!

La Casa Sena Wine Shop 125 E Palace Ave., Ste. 20, 982-2121, lacasasena.com/wine-shop Spirits and wine, plus staff members who know what they’re talking about and are super happy to share with you—so you won’t feel intimidated when asking for suggestions.

WE CARE and offer at no charge WELLNESS EXAMS to our new clients. Visit our website at www.cedarwoodvetclinic.com to get your coupon.

505-982-4469 • 2001 St. Michaels Drive • Santa Fe

Cliff’s Liquors

903 Old Pecos Trail, 988-1790, cliffsliquorstore.com Wine, beer and liquor in a building that has a ton of character. Serving the east side for over 40 years.

Shop Studio D’Arte and receive

Dispensary Discounts!

We offer an assortment of edibles, pain cream, sleep aids, concentrates, etc. NOW OFFERING Hemp CBD products that contain ZERO THC for pain, anxiety and sleep. Legal in all 50 states. Must be 18 or older to purchase.

Kokoman Fine Wine and Liquor

34 Cities of Gold Road, Pojoaque, 455-2219 It’s a bit of a drive, but if you live north or are headed that way, Kokoman has a great selection.

Seven Days a Week 10 am – 4:30 pm

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Santa Fe Spirits

Distillery: 7505 Mallard Way, 467-8892

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Tasting Room: 308 Read St., 780-5906, santafespirits.com Whiskey, gin and more—all made locally. Visit the tasting room location for craft cocktails made with the local good stuff.

LIKE NATURE INTENDED

Susan’s Fine Wine & Spirits

1005 S St. Francis Drive, Ste. 101, 984-1582, sfwineandspirits.com If you want to try a new rosé or Malbec, this place has more than 1,500 choices (so they probably have one you haven’t tried) and 500 beers, making it one of the most impressive selections around.

CALL TODAY TO SCHEDULE YOUR FREE HEARING EVALUATION!

EAT A FRENCH LOAF WITH OLIVE OIL, BALSAMIC VINEGAR AND SPICES

Oleaceae

www.SandiaHearingCenter.com

100 E San Francisco St., 795-7780, oleaceaeoliveoil.com Head inside La Fonda Hotel to find this shop with a ton of flavors of olive oil and vinegar.

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Santa Fe Olive Oil & Balsamic Co.

116 Don Gaspar Ave., 992-1601, santafeoliveoil.com Dip a hunk of bread into a sample of gourmet olive oil flavored with garlic, chile or herbs.

Savory Spice Shop

225 Galisteo St., 819-5659, savoryspiceshop.com/newmexico/santa-fe.html Gift sets, salts, cinnamon and all the smells that come with them. REVAMP YOUR KITCHENWARE WITH A NEW POT, PAN OR BOTH

Las Cosas Kitchen Shoppe & Cooking School

DeVargas Center, 181 Paseo de Peralta, 988-3394, lascosascooking.com Buy a fancy new baking dish and take a class to teach you how to use it.

Santa Fe School of Cooking and Market

125 N Guadalupe St., 983-4511, santafeschoolofcooking.com Hard-to-find ingredients for New Mexican and Mexican recipes, Colombian pottery and local food products and kitchen tools.


Garden

Gifts

FIND SEEDS AND PLANTS

BUY A UNIQUE SANTA FE SOUVENIR

Agua Fría Nursery

1409 Agua Fría St., 983-4831, aguafrianurserynm.com This family-owned nursery offers native perennials, shrubs and succulents.

All Seasons Gardening

3201 Rufina St., Ste. C, 438-4769, allseasonsgardeningstore.com This nursery is full of everything you need to have a healthy garden, including premium soil and a friendly staff. They started in Albuquerque and have moved north, with plans for Taos too.

Payne’s Nurseries & Greenhouses

North: 304 Camino Alire, 988-8011 South: 715 St. Michael’s Drive, 988-9626 Soil Yard: 6037 Agua Fría St., 424-0336, paynes.com Conveniently, there’s more than one location for this nursery with photo-worthy warehouses full of flowers, herbs, succulents, cacti and more.

Plants of the Southwest

3095 Agua Fría St., 438-8888, plantsofthesouthwest.com Native seeds, flowers, vegetables, shrubs and trees that are designed to succeed in Santa Fe.

Array

322 S Guadalupe St., 699-2760, arrayhome.com A calming yet subtly edgy aesthetic brings tchotchkes, stationery, homewares and gifts for thinkers and civilized shoppers.

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Om Blessings

DeVargas Center, 564 N Guadalupe St., 795-7874 Locally made necklaces, earrings and ceramics.

Doodlet’s

120 Don Gaspar Ave., 983-3771, doodlets.com Get an adobe-house-shaped incense holder for Mom and local lavender body lotion for yourself. Plus check out some of the spunkiest little gifts, cards and knick-knacks around.

Dressman’s Gifts

58 Lincoln Ave., 982-0227 Find hand-tooled silver earrings that will have you feeling like Frida. Plus pottery and rugs by Navajo, Zuni and Hopi artists.

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Santa Maria Provisions

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125 E Palace Ave., Ste. 29, 983-2411 Green chile-infused ketchup is the kind of gift everybody wants. Plus soaps, books and jewelry for the less food-obsessed.

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FIND THE PERFECT CARD FOR ANY OCCASION

The Gilded Page

DeVargas Center, 516 N Guadalupe St., 820-0098, thegildedpagesantafe.com Handmade journals and greeting cards mean the one you choose will be one-of-a-kind. Plus calligraphy and collage supplies for your inner crafty spirit.

Marcy Street Card Shop

75 W Marcy St., 982-5160, marcystreetcards.com Coffee mugs featuring quippy sayings, pretty notebooks and $1 greeting cards—plus really Santa Fe-style textile-covered photo albums and hand-painted wrapping paper.

SOMETHING FOR THE PERSON WHO IS IMPOSSIBLE TO BUY FOR

Keshi: The Zuni Connection

227 Don Gaspar Ave., 989-8728, keshi.com For more than 1,000 years, Zuni artists have carved fetishes. The tiny animal totems represent specific characteristics exhibited by that animal, and the fetishes are meant to impart those traits to their owners. They come with tiny bags of blue corn meal (so they won’t go hungry) and are a truly special gift for anyone. This place has a beautiful collection featuring every kind of animal at a great range of prices. Spend $10 or $500.

The Harrell House Bug Museum

DeVargas Center, 564 N Guadalupe St., 695-8569, harrellhouse.com Bugs, fossils and rocks galore.

Traveler’s Market

DeVargas Center, 153 Paseo de Peralta, 989-7667, travelersmarket.net This huge spot features textiles, clothing, antiques and artworks from markets around the world. BUY HER (OR HIM) FLOWERS

Artichokes & Pomegranates

Design Center, 418 Cerrillos Road, 820-0044, artichokesand pomegranates.com Providing flowers for everyday bouquets,

Keshi: The Zuni Connection

weddings, special events and more, this spot has seasonal arrangements executed with an artful eye that can make anyone smile. If sculpturally arranged orchids and blossoming roses and irises sound nice, just check out all the ones we left out.

Barton’s Flowers

1722 St. Michael’s Drive, 982-9731, bartonsflowers.com Beautiful vessels and classically flawless arrangements—plus delivery and online ordering, perfect for out-of-town folks who want to gift their fave Santa Fean.

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Barkin’ Attic

Home FINALLY FIX YOUR SINK WITH THE RIGHT HARDWARE

Ace Hardware

2006 Cerrillos Road, Suite 1, 424-9343, acehardware.com This place has what you need, whether hammer, hose or nail.

Big Jo True Value

1311 Siler Road, 473-2255, bigjotruevalue.com If you don’t know what you need, the staff here does. No fear, you can DIY this. Plus, it’s regularly voted Best of Santa Fe by our readers, so— you know.

Empire Builders Supply Co.

1802 Cerrillos Road, 982-2646, ebsnm.com Get everything you need to redo your bathroom (or any other home project) at this store that’s been here since 1954. BUY A NEW PILLOW, COUCH OR DOOR

An Artful Eye

1372 Cerrillos Road, 412-0393, anartfuleyesantafe.com Kitchy, funky, quirky, one-ofa-kind furniture, antiques and housewares.

Arrediamo

214 Galisteo St., 820-2231, arrediamo.com Traditional rugs made by hand from cultures around the world make this space a feast for the eyes. These experts also offer appraisals and repairs, in case your rug needs a little doctoring.

Asian Adobe

310 Johnson St., 992-6846, asianadobe.com The blend of Asian and Southwest aesthetics is accentuated to the max here. Find furniture, shearling rugs and everyday objects.

851 St. Michael’s Drive, 428-0223, evalleyshelter.org/ giving/barkin-retail-stores Get a vintage nightstand or a beautiful painting for cheap, and support the Española Valley Humane Society at the same time.

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SHOPPING >> HOME

Santa Fe Climbing Center 3008 Cielo Ct. Santa Fe, NM 87507

Climb with us at our new location!

Congeries Consignment

1368 Cerrillos Road, 989-3445, congeriesconsignment.com A warehouse full of pre-loved furniture and décor worth sifting through.

Design Warehouse

101 W Marcy St., 988-1555, designwarehousesantafe.com Modern minimalist plates, cups and sets as well as witty accessories will give your abode a little character. Their low-profile furniture is delivered free anywhere in the state.

6000+ square feet of climbing surface with top rope & lead climbing, bouldering, auto-belays, and a separate kids area

505.986.8944 climbsantafe.com

Mexico Lindo Furniture

1301 Cerrillos Road, 820-9898, mexicolindofurniture.com Salvaged antique doors, shutters and beams from historic missions and haciendas in Mexico. It doesn’t get any more authentic than that.

Molecule Design

1226 Flagman Way, 989-9806, moleculedesign.net Get a hanging tent—which is now what we want to spend our entire summer in—twinkle garland lights, side tables, mirrors and more.

Moss Outdoor

530 S Guadalupe St., 989-7300, mossoutdoor.com Luxe patio furniture to spend those long summer nights sitting outside without those annoying criss-cross marks on the backs of your thighs. Ouside is the new inside.

Mediterrania

222 Galisteo St., 989-7948, mediterraniaantiques.com Give your home an international feel with cabinets, chests, pottery and more from Portugal, France, Italy and all over Europe.

825 Topeka St. • Santa Fe 505-984-9131 fourstartattoo.com

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SHOPPING >> JEWELRY

Shiprock Santa Fe

The Raven Fine Consignments

Silk Road Collections

Sequoia

Stephen’s: A Consignment Gallery

1225 Cerrillos Road, 988-4775, theravensantafe.com Decked-out showrooms full of high-end new and antique furniture, industrial accents, art and creative craft.

201 Galisteo St., 982-7000, sequoiasantafe.com Wood is in the spotlight at this downtown shop. Give your home a forest feel with naturally finished horizontally cut segments of trees, including some with veins of stone.

505-955-2141 – www.santafe.com

Seret & Sons

224 Galisteo St., 988-9151, seretandsons.org This huge downtown shop has intricately carved doors, giant elephant sculptures, praying Buddhas and rugs to dream about. Take a step through a portal into a temple in Asia.

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112 W San Francisco St., 989-9497, silkroadcollections.com Aleppo native Mohamed Sassila curates a collection of Persian and Turkish rugs to make your home even more swank.

2701 Cerrillos Road, 471-0802, stephensconsignments.com You never know what you may find at this consignment shop that has it all from furniture to antiques.

Jewelry PUT A RING ON IT

Fairchild & Co.

110 W San Francisco St., 984-2039, fairchildjewelry.com Since the ’70s, this has been the downtown spot for sparkly glam.

Shiprock Santa Fe

53 Old Santa Fe Trail, 982-8478, shiprocksantafe.com Bedeck your home and your body too. Every wall features a gorgeous Native American textile and you’ll see vintage turquoise jewelry, furniture and artwork.

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Marc Howard Custom Jewelry Design

328 S Guadalupe St., Ste. E, 820-1080, marc-howard.com Howard specializes in custom-made high-karat gold and platinum sets.


Reflective Images

912 Baca St., 988-7393, celticjewelry.com Fair-trade gold and recycled metals forged into Celtic wedding bands and engagement rings.

Santa Fe Goldworks

60 E San Francisco St., Ste. 218, 983-4562, santafegoldworks.com David Griego designs and constructs custom gold jewelry with diamonds, opals and other gems.

Kids BRING THE BABES TO TOYLAND

Moon Rabbit Toys

Plaza Mercado, 112 W San Francisco St., Ste. 202, 982-9373, moonrabbittoys.com Brain games, puzzles, stuffed animals and other fun stuff in the Plaza Mercado. Just go hang out and play a game, too—they encourage it!

CLOTHE THE KIDS

Boomerang Baby

1333 Cerrillos Road, 919-9413 The cost of kids’ clothes could equal college tuition if they were always bought new, right? Keep up with your fast-growing sprout here, where you can buy and sell gently used togs for tykes.

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SHOPPING >> KIDS

Indigo Baby

DeVargas Center, 185 Paseo de Peralta, 984-4000 Soft bamboo onesies, natural fabrics and toys and handmade everything, both resale and retail, at this baby boutique.

Merry-Go-Round Children’s Store

150 Washington Ave., 988-5422, merrygoroundsantafe.com Baby clothes, games for all ages, and toys like stuffed animals and Legos. CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE >>

Toyopolis

150 Washington Ave., 988-5422, toyopolissantafe.com Whether it’s a Barbie, Legos, or a new teddy your kiddo wants—Toyopolis has it. FIND A NEW BEDTIME STORY BOOK

Bee Hive Kids Books

328 Montezuma Ave., 780-8051, beehivekidsbooks.com Bedtime stories galore and books for kids, plus occasional story time.

Yippee Yi Yo

54 E San Francisco St., 988-2757 This unassuming tourist stop downtown actually has a back room stuffed with awesome kids’ books about the Southwest and beyond.

Bee Hive Kids Books

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SHOPPING >> PETS/SHOES

Pets and Animals RUFUS (THE DOG) AND FIFI (THE CAT) GO SHOPPING

The Critters & Me

1403 Agua Fría St., 982-5040, crittersandme.com Natural and gourmet foods, antlers and bones, collars and leashes. The staff here gives good advice about what’s best to let them chew and eat, too.

Eldorado Country Pet

Agora Center, 7 Avenida Vista Grande, Eldorado, 466-1270, eldoradocountrypet.com We all know animals rule Eldorado. A friendly staff and wide selection make

this a regular stop even for city-proper-dwellers.

The Feed Bin

1202 W Alameda St., 982-0511, feedbinsantafe.com Organic nutrition for all kinds of pets—that includes poultry, cattle, horses and domestic and wild birds. And they have chicks in the spring.

Santa Fe Paws

713 Don Diego Ave., 988-2500 Food options for cats and dogs, raw bones and chews at this family-owned shop.

Teca Tu

DeVargas Center, 165 Paseo de Peralta, 982-9374, tecatu.com If your creatures have been really good lately,

this is where you go to reward them. There’s a bakery case full of baked puppy cakes and cookies (we aren’t joking), chewable toys and plush pals, plus turquoise-studded collars (we still aren’t joking). Plenty of gifts for pet-loving humans, too.

Shoes GET A PAIR OF COWBOY BOOTS

Back at the Ranch

209 E Marcy St., 989-8110, backattheranch.com Dreamy mules in cowprint and pony hair and, of course, an array of hand-tooled cowboy boots at this custom boutique.

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Boots and Boogie

102 E Water St., 983-0777, santafebootsandboogie.com Another option for great custom boots.

Cowgirl Red

2865 Hwy. 14, Madrid, 474-0344, cowgirlred.com A sweet selection of pre-owned and vintage cowboy boots is worth a little out-of-town jaunt.

Double Take At the Ranch

320 Aztec St., 820-7775, santafedoubletake.com This consignment store has a whole room of vintage Western gear, which also includes the requisite pre-worn boots from fancy to functional.

Kowboyz

345 W Manhattan Ave., 984-1256, kowboyz.com Vintage Western shirts, swing and broom skirts and so, so, so many boots. BUY AN EVERYDAY PAIR

Goler

125 E Palace Ave., 982-0924, golershoes.net A current, curated collection of fashionable men’s and women’s shoes, boots, bags and accessories.

On Your Feet

328 S Guadalupe St., 983-3900, onyourfeetsf.com The beloved local shoe store recently closed its original location, but its new spot (across from the Jean Cocteau) should be open in summer 2017.


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100 E San Francisco St., 984-2828, streetfeetsantafe.com Sandals, shoes and boots for women in La Fonda Hotel.

Running Hub

1100 Don Diego Ave., Ste. B, 820-2523, runsantafe.com Find the perfect pair for whatever distance you’re trying to tackle (running a marathon, or running to get another taco?) and stop by Thursday evenings at 6 pm to join the running club for a 3- or 6-mile journey.

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The Broken Spoke

1426 Cerrillos Road, 992-3102, brokenspokesantafe.com This full-service shop can do anything from fix your current ride to help you find a new one. They’re also good dudes who refurbish donated bikes and distribute them to kids.

1515 Fifth St., 989-3858, chainbreaker.org Speaking of good guys, here you can learn to repair a bike from their collection and pay for it with volunteer hours.

Mellow Velo

132 E Marcy St., 995-8356, mellowvelo.com Whether you need a ride for the day or one for life, this place is a good bet. They’re real friendly and they specialize in reconstructed and vintage bikes.

New Mexico Bike ’n’ Sport

524 W Cordova Road, Ste. C, 820-0809, nmbikensport.com Catering to every kind of cyclist, with bikes and gear for mountain bikers, road enthusiasts and weekend cruisers.

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121 Sandoval St., Ste. B, 983-5155, alpinesports-santafe.com Skis, snowboards and everything else you need to conquer the mountain. Recently under new management with a fresh take on inventory!

The Outdoorsman

DeVargas Center, 530 N Guadalupe St., 983-3432, santafeoutdoorsman.com Guns, ammo, binoculars and stuffed bobcats, oh my. If you like shooting stuff, these folks have you covered.

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anta Fe is a “treasure” for cowboy boots, says Jennifer June, one of the nation’s foremost experts on this subject and the author of Cowboy Boots: The Art and Sole. I called her at home in California for a consult on the topic and she said we’re sitting pretty in the City Different. Whatever you’re looking for, whether it’s a brand name work boot or a custom-made, runway-tailored showstopper made of alligator belly, you’ll find it here. My Midwestern upbringing and Asian heritage didn’t expose me much to Western footwear, so June doled out some advice: Try them off the shelf, ask about materials and don’t give up after your first pair. With this advice in mind, she offered a few boot store suggestions and sent me on my way.

and Brokeback Mountain. At the height of her fame, Britney Spears strutted around in Miss Capezio butterfly boots that she purchased at Kowboyz, sending teens scurrying for their own pair. As co-owner Cristina Iverson puts it, this institution specializes in “boots, boots, boots, boots, boots, shirts and hats and socks and belts and bandanas and a little bit of jewelry.” On a recent Saturday afternoon, Iverson helped me try on three different pairs of specialty vintage boots. The process felt totally Goldilocks. Our first sample, of burgundy ostrich leather, couldn’t accommodate my heel size. Next up, a brown, cowhide classic from famous boot maker Tony Lama, left way too much space for my foot to move around. Finally, my heel snapped right into another cowhide boot from an

KOWBOYZ (345 W Manhattan Ave., 984-1256, kowboyz.com) is your best bet for vintage attire. This 28-yearold institution, which traces its roots to Los Angeles, outfits plenty of Western blockbusters, including No Country for Old Men

unidentified maker. And damn, did they feel good. The best part: none of these offerings cost more than $110.

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(209 E Marcy St., 989-8110, backattheranch.com) covers the custom-boots corner. When I popped by the store on the same Saturday afternoon, Ava, an energetic blondish terrier mix, greeted me at the door. So did shelves of intricately designed women’s footwear fashioned from exotic leathers: alligator, elephant, ostrich. A couple wearing University of Texas gear browsed the men’s collection for an upcoming wedding. Back at the Ranch, we learned, often provides foot coverings for cowboys and cowgirls when they tie the knot. All the boots here come from

a dedicated factory in El Paso. Get your wallet ready to grab a pair from the shelves or, if you’re really prepared to shell out the big bucks, get one custom-made for your personality. Back at the Ranch does it all, from everyday walkin’ boots to glamorous rock ’n’ rollers with bright colors and designs, not to mention tassels galore.

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(102 E Water St., 983-0777, santafebootsandboogie.com) is another great option for custom boots. Owner Roy Flynn works with four different manufacturers and touts a six-week turnaround. Vintage and pre-owned boots await a little ways south of town at Cowgirl Red (2865 Hwy. 14, Madrid, 474-0344, cowgirlred. com). Don’t forget the Western wear selection at Double Take (320 Aztec St., 820-7775, santafedoubletake.com) either.

LUCCHESE (57 Old Santa Fe Trail, 820-1883, lucchese. com), a national chain, has an outpost on the Plaza. Founded in San Antonio in the 1880s, these boots were a favorite of Lyndon Johnson. Many models are still handmade in Texas. BOOT BARN (Santa Fe Place Mall, 4250 Cerrillos Road, 471-8775, bootbarn. com) can’t be beat for offthe-shelf options at affordable prices. We’re talking corporate, so don’t be surprised if some of the pickings here come from factories in China.

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Did you know that vinyl outsold digital downloads last year in Britain? Yup. It’s true. And look, we get it—you can download songs in, like, two seconds, and there’s no pesky physical product cluttering up your life; no having to leave your home; no having to deal with an entire album when you really just wanted that one song. But ask yourself: Don’t you miss liner notes? And photos? Don’t you miss the ritual of placing physical media into its player? At the very least, don’t you miss the idea of an album representing a body of work as an artist saw it, transcending the meaning of a solitary song and becoming a concept or a statement or even just a cohesive experience that was forged in the fires of their own creative minds?! Y’all is killin’ music by stealing

it, not supporting actual records and by acting like the world owes you some kind of music collection. It doesn’t, you’re wrong and we’re going to help you kick off an actual physical music collection with three locations in Santa Fe.

The Good Stuff

401 W San Francisco St., 795-1939, thegoodstuffsantafe.com Row after row of used records means The Good Stuff is a great place to sashay your way into the world of vinyl and, to sweeten the deal, they’ve got just about all genres one can think of. Punk fan? You got it. Rock? No prob. Simon and effing Garfunkel? It’s there! And they’ll buy your used stuff for cash or trade—not too shabby if you’re looking to find

an affordable way to rekindle the hissing, scratching, popping love affair of record ownership or just strengthen what you’ve already got.

Big Star Books and Music

329 Garfield St., 820-7827, bigstarbooks.com Though technically more of a bookstore, Big Star also has scads of awesome CDs. Yeah, yeah—CDs, but here’s the thing: Cars have CD players, and it’s better than fooling around with your dumb phone. The curation is tight, too, with a few genres like opera and world music surrounding an impressive array of pop and rock releases. Just a cursory glance yielded works from Brian Eno, the Traveling Wilburys, Leonard

Cohen and lots more. Your hipster cred won’t increase the way it would with vinyl, but you’ll still have some killer jams for the car and the satisfaction of shopping local.

The Guy in the Groove

502 Cerrillos Road (inside A Sound Look), 699-3332, guyinthegroove.com This small (and sort of trickyto-find) vinyl emporium may not be gigantic, but that only adds to the feeling that you’re part of some super-cool clandestine club of music lovers. Carrying both new and used items, The Guy in the Groove doesn’t just help you collect, either. Turns out owner Dick Rosemont is a serious music fan from way back, totally ready to talk the talk with you and help guide you through the labyrinth of confusing vinyl options. What do you know about first pressings? Banned album art? What’s rare versus what isn’t? If you’re not sure how to proceed, this is the place to go.

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DIY Revolution BY JORDAN EDDY

A GUIDE TO THE CHANGING OF THE GUARD IN SANTA FE’S ART SCENE

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he term “DIY artspace”—that stands for “do it yourself”—was vaulted to national headlines in late 2016, when an Oakland, California, warehouse known as Ghost Ship went up in flames. The structure, which had become a makeshift residence for artists, was a labyrinth of broken fire regulations when the tragedy occurred Dec. 2. Thirty-six people died, and “DIY” became synonymous with “death trap” in the media. Santa Fe’s response was swift: Local art collective Meow Wolf announced it would start an annual DIY Fund of $100,0000 to support underground arts spaces and help them improve safety. Eliza Lutz, founder of local music label Matron Records, kicked off an unofficial outreach campaign to dispel the stigma of DIY. She participated in an emerging arts panel at the Center for Contemporary Arts in early January 2017, and appeared on the local arts podcast RaRa Room Radio later that month. “It’s seems like there’s this block in DIY, outside of art-making,” says Lutz. “Why can’t the promotional, legal or financial side of things be part of that too? Doing your taxes is DIY, if you learn it yourself.” For Lutz, DIY is an ethos to live by—and a community she’s proud to be building in Santa Fe. Matron Records collaborates with musicians, sound technicians, visual artists, film directors and other members

of the local creative community to produce records, events, art and merch. Lutz considers it her responsibility to nurture and protect this community by compensating her collaborators, securing permits and, yes, paying gross receipts tax. “Let’s create a bridge that transcends this feeling of ‘us and them,’” Lutz says. “I want to do things in a way where I’m set up for success.” The rest of the young, contemporary arts scene is following suit. New collectives, spaces and projects are popping up left and right, and they’re dead serious about legitimizing DIY and telling a fresh story of Santa Fe. Here’s your official guide to the new vanguard that’s disrupting the City Different’s staid reputation on the national

arts scene. Brick-and-mortar is out and pop-ups are in, so we’ve provided Instagram handles for projects that don’t have addresses.

COLLECTIVES Meow Wolf (1352 Rufina Circle, 395-6369 ) is Santa Fe’s biggest DIY success story. The collective’s multimillion-dollar art complex, which houses the permanent art installation House of Eternal Return, was funded by world-renowned Santa Fe author George RR Martin and a vast web of local investors. While Meow Wolf’s installation was gestating in an abandoned bowling alley off Siler Road (it opened in March 2016), a vibrant ecosystem of smaller collectives sprung up across town.

SCUBA (@hi_scuba), the artist duo comprised of Sandra Wang and Crockett Bodelson, rose alongside Meow Wolf and has collaborated with a number of local groups on creative projects. Victory Grrrls (@victorygrrrls) is a feminist arts collective founded by Niomi Fawn, Thais Mather and Lucy Madeline. The performing arts group Uroboros (@ uroborossantafe), founded by local dancers Whitney Jones, Paige Hunter, Amy Compton and Micayla Duran, collaborates on contemporary dance pieces. Liz Brindley formed the Creative Activists Network (@can.santafe) shortly after the 2016 presidential election. The group creates participatory public art installations that are designed CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE >>

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At 24 years old, 5. Gallery’s Max Baseman is one of Santa Fe youngest gallery owners. His parents are in the industry and provided Baseman with the foundational knowledge of running a space.


ART SPACES The DIY strain of Santa Fe’s gallery scene started with Center for Contemporary Arts (1050 Old Pecos Trail, 982-1338), founded in 1979 by a group of local artists. Warehouse 21 (1614 Paseo de Peralta, 9894423) spun off from CCA’s Teen Project in 1997, and maintains a gallery space for teens and emerging artists. Phil Space (1410 Second St. 983-7945), an experimental art venue adjoining James Hart’s photography studio, came along in 2001. In the past few years, unconventional and underground art spaces have multiplied at a rapid pace. Niomi Fawn of Curate Santa Fe (@curatesantafe) mounts must-see contemporary art shows on the walls of Iconik Coffee Roasters (1600 Lena St,

Plaza with exhibitions of street 428-0996). The baristas at Betterday Coffee (905 W art-inspired artists. Edition Alameda St., 780-8059), inONE Gallery (1036 Canyon cluding rising local art star Jar- Road, 570-5385), Bindlestick ed Weiss (@jared_weiss_now), Studio (616 1/2 Canyon Road, arrange shows by up-and-comSte. A) and Red Dot Gallery ing artists. Jennifer Rowland (826 Canyon Road, 820-7338) and Michael Gullberg of Art.i. are shaking up the traditional fact (930 Baca St., 982-5000) gallery model on Santa Fe’s built an emerging art space most notorious art street. called ART.i.factory in the back of their store. The Siler District, lovingly SiDi, is Santa Fe’s newest contemporary art destination, with art spaces appearing on a near-monthly basis. Michael Freed mounts wildly popular seasonal shows out of his studio in a project called Offroad Productions (2891-B Trades West Road, 670-9276). Visit Radical Abacus (1226 Calle de Comercio), a world-class -Eliza Lutz, founder, Matron Records curatorial program that John McKissick runs out of his garage. Philosopher and curator Max Baseman PUBLISHERS built 5. Gallery (2351 Fox Road #700) in a storage unit Santa Fe’s DIY writing and off Rufina Street. The gallery publishing community is small exhibits emerging, established but mighty. Check out the nonand secondary market artists in profit Radius Books (@radius. invigorating combinations. books) and Burning Books Elsewhere in Santa Fe, (burning-books.org), two local game-changing spaces are also publishers that have been detaking root. Keep Contemsigning cutting-edge art books porary (112 W San Francisco for decades. St., Ste. 102, 307-9824) holds More recently, startups such down the fort near the Santa Fe as Stalking Horse Press

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to spark socially conscious conversations. For more communal action, check out Alexis Collective (@alexis_collective) at the embattled Santa Fe University of Art and Design, as well as the visual art and music group Outstanding Citizens Collective (@outstanding_citizens), the Santa Fe and Los Angeles-based creative alliance Place Projects (@placeprojects) and the art and writing collective Scribbler Santa Fe (@scribbler_santafe).

“This piece sold based upon the sketch,” Max Carlos Martinez says on Facebook, where he often shares images of his work. “I may only be one day away from finishing it. I am manic with happiness and filled with doubt. ... I could work on it longer but I must start the new paintings for my show in August.”

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(@stalkinghorsepress), Broken Cloud Press (@brokencloudpress) and Called Back Books (calledbackbooks.com) have entered the market. Local independent editor Bucket Siler is stirring up energy among independent zine publishers with the Santa Fe Zine Fest (facebook.com/santafezinefest) at the Center for Contemporary Arts on May 20, 2017, as well as at monthly Zine Club meetings year-round. Digital publications 1905 Magazine (@1905magazine) and Knack Magazine (@ knackmagazine) both sprung from Santa Fe University of Art and Design, and art director LE Brown just launched a Santa Fe art blog called Descent of Man (@descentofman). For local, independent arts coverage, check out Emily Van Cleve’s new art blog Santa Fe Arts Journal (santafeartsjournal.com).

MUSIC VENUES Last but not least, a burgeoning local music scene has been organically cross-pollinating with other corners of Santa Fe’s creative community. Meow Wolf runs a venue in their art complex, and Matron Records (@matronrecords) holds shows all around town. Lutz, who founded Matron, is the booking agent for a new venue that Second Street Brewery is opening at 2920 Rufina St. Promised soon, the 5,000-square-foot restaurant, bar and performance space plans to host several music shows a month and exhibit experimental contemporary art. Other venues in the Siler area include Ghost (2889 Trades West Road), Zephyr and Etiquette (both at 1520 Center Drive), The Cave (1226 Calle de Comercio) and Fresh Santa Fe (2855 Cooks Road, Studio A). For DIY sound engineering, tune in to Decibel Foundry (@thedecibelfoundry) and the recording studio at Warehouse 21.


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Georgia O’Keeffe Museum

217 Johnson St., 946-1000, okeeffemuseum.org The spot to sit and soak in the genius of the Southwest’s goddess of creativity herself. The white plaster walls highlight the minimalist aesthetic of works from museum’s permanent collection. Check out the special tours Monday-Friday at 3 pm, led by artist Liz Brindley ($40, including general museum admission).

Museum of Contemporary Native Art

108 Cathedral Place, 983-8900, iaia.edu/venue/ iaia-museum-contemporarynative-arts Dedicated to showcasing progressive works by Native artists, this museum focuses not only on the Southwest, and not only on art that can hang on a wall. New Impressions is a group show on view until June 15, 2017, featuring works by contemporary Native printmakers. A

mural installation by Daniel McCoy, inspired by underground comics and album covers, The Ceaseless Quest for Utopia, is on view until January 2018.

Museum of Indian Arts & Culture

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A Great American Artist A Great American Story

by renowned Onondaga/Nez Perce artist Frank Buffalo Hyde— colorful images with a political edge—are on display through January 2018.

Museum of International Folk Art

706 Camino Lejo, 476-1200, internationalfolkart.org A beloved, family-friendly collection filled with history, handmade textiles and folk art from cultures around the world. See Flamenco: From Spain to New Mexico, which explores the art of flamenco dance, through September 2017, or No Idle Hands: The Myths & Meanings of Tramp Art, through September 2018.

Museum of Spanish Colonial Art

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Here, Now, and Always exhibition on long-term display at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. Bedcover, Artist unknown. Miao c. 1930s-40s Nandan County, Guangxi Province, China. Cotton, silk, synthetic. Collection of the Museum of International Folk Art, Jul 9, 2017 through Jan 21, 2018.


Get Grounded at Santa Fe Botanical Garden

With a gorgeous plant collection, year-round learning activities, special events, and art exhibits, the Garden has something for all ages.

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New Mexico History Museum

113 Lincoln Ave., 476-5200, nmhistorymuseum.org A time capsule of state history takes visitors on a chronological journey through New Mexico history, from prehistory to modern times. See religious artifacts from around New Mexico, including bultos and retablos in Tesoros de Devoción, or learn about the legendary Fred Harvey Company (and its Harvey Girls) in the long-term display Setting the Standard.

New Mexico Museum of Art

107 W Palace Ave., 476-5072, nmartmuseum.org See historic works from New Mexico, a rotating exhibit repertoire and an internationally famous roster of drawings from artists like Picasso and Cézanne in the exhibit Lines of Thought, or explore subversive photography with artists Meggan Gould and Andy Mattern in Light Tight, both through Sept. 17, 2017.

Palace of the Governors

105 W Palace Ave., 476-5100, palaceofthegovernors.org In the 1600s, this low adobe building was the seat of government from which Spain reigned over the entire Southwest. Now, it houses art and artifacts from the state’s long history. Don’t miss the contemporary exhibits

too, like Out of the Box, which features cigar box art through October 2017. For SeaSonal HourS, eventS & ProgramS: S a n ta F e b o ta n i c a l g a r d e n . o r g | 5 0 5 . 4 7 1 . 9 1 0 3

El Rancho de las Golondrinas

334 Los Pinos Road, 471-2261, golondrinas.org This living history museum occupies 200 acres of land shaded by giant cottonwoods and dotted with buildings, some of which date to the 1700s, when it was a trading stop along the Camino Real. Today it is the site of frequent re-enactments and events like the Herb and Lavender Festival, Harvest Festival and Renaissance Fair.

SITE Santa Fe

1606 Paseo de Peralta, 989-1199, sitesantafe.org Expected to reopen with an expanded home in fall 2017, keep your eyes peeled so you don’t miss whatever this innovative, contemporary space does next.

Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian

704 Camino Lejo, 986-4636, wheelwright.org Contemporary and historic Native textiles, artwork and a huge display of traditional jewelry illuminate traditional Indigenous life. Bits and Bridles: Treasures from the Southwest puts early Navajo equestrian gear in the spotlight. 75


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Old Santa Fe TAKE A SPIN THROUGH CANYON ROAD’S SECRET, HARD-PARTYING HISTORY BY JORDAN EDDY

Imagine that your favorite bar crawl in college featured monuments to your drunken achievements. Behold the placard beneath the bush where you snoozed until sunrise. There’s the sidewalk mural depicting your most spectacular splatter of vomit. Check out the iPhone you dropped in the storm grate, now cast in bronze and permanently installed in the gutter.

Believe it or not, historic Canyon Road artists could’ve matched your partying, shot for shot. Before it was a buttonedup gallery district, Santa Fe’s best-known street was home to studios, saloons and artist colonies where the booze flowed freely. There were salons and shoot-outs, parties and parades. The late-night hijinks persist to this day, albeit in hidden corners of the art route. Max-Carlos Martinez, 55, grew up in Albuquerque and lived in New York City for 30 years before moving to Santa Fe. “That was six Zozobras ago, in 2010,” he says. The painter lives in one of the artist apartments at El Zaguán, an adobe

mansion on Canyon Road that’s maintained by Historic Santa Fe Foundation. The party started there in the late 1920’s, when women’s suffrage activist Margretta Dietrich bought the house from a local merchant and turned it into a hotel. Willa Cather wrote Death Comes for the Archbishop during her stays, and rumor has it that Georgia O’Keeffe and DH Lawrence passed through. “I didn’t know anybody when I moved to town,” Martinez says. Inspired by the raucous history of El Zaguán, he started throwing parties and salons. “Down here in my end of the house, these were the party rooms. I thought, well, CONTINUED ON PAGE 96 >>

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I’m going to keep my door open and invite everybody in.” He estimates that he’s hosted more than 700 guests since then. “Gallerists will say, ‘You party on Canyon Road after 10 o’clock? You were up until four in the morning?’” says Martinez. “I’ll tell them, ‘Yeah, we party. Come over and join us.’” He’s upholding a wild, woozy tradition that used to span Canyon Road. Make sure to pregame, and then stumble your way through our 20th-century tour: ALFRED AND DOROTHY’S SALON Start by strolling up Acequia Madre, just south of Canyon Road, and sipping an espresso on the patio of Downtown Subscription (376 Garcia St., 983-3085). Just up Acequia Madre, near the intersection with Plaza Valentine, is the former home of artists Alfred and Dorothy Morang. The couple came to Santa Fe from Maine in 1937 and started throwing Saturday night salons at their home, which is now privately owned. “Morang would often buy a big jug of cheap California sherry and have a salon at his house,” wrote American Ambassador Frank V Ortiz in his memoir, Ambassador Ortiz: Lessons from a Life of Service. “Strange, fascinating people would attend.” Alfred and Dorothy eventually split, and the latter became a well-known local curator. More on them later. Stop

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TOMMY’S Stop PARADE Head north on Garcia Street and turn right on Canyon Road, heading uphill. As you pass the sculpture gardens on the 400 block, picture frizzy-haired artist Tommy Macaione painting en plein air. Originally from Connecticut, Macaione arrived here in 1951 and stud-

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ied under Alfred Morang. He was known as “El Diferente,” Santa Fe’s freest spirit. Macaione painted Southwestern landscapes in the impasto style of Van Gogh, was a fixture of the annual Historical/Hysterical Parade, and kept over 100 dogs and cats as pets. He mounted numerous campaigns for mayor of Santa Fe, governor of New Mexico and president of the United States. In 2010, the City of Santa Fe declared Nov. 13 as Tommy Macaione Day, ensuring that Macaione’s party will never end. CLAUDE’S BAR Pass El Zaguán (545 Canyon Road, 983-2567), then head up the road a bit to Silver Sun (656 Canyon Road, 983-8743). Near the back of the gallery, spot the original sign for Claude’s Bar tucked atop a cabinet. Silver Sun and its neighbor Tresa Vorenberg Goldsmiths (656 Canyon Road, 988-7215) were the site of this infamous saloon. It was founded in 1955 by Claude James, a New Stop

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Yorker of French descent who stopped in Santa Fe on a road trip to the West Coast and stuck around. It started as a white-tablecloth establishment, but soon devolved into Santa Fe’s own version of the Moulin Rouge. This was the City Different’s first gay bar (James had many beautiful lovers), and it was also the place where politicians picked up prostitutes. If things got too rowdy, James was known for hurling men out by their belts—though at least one Wild West shootout broke out here. Alfred Morang and cowboy artist Hal West frequented Claude’s, and Morang died in a studio fire just behind the building in 1957. AGNES’ COLONY Pop across the street to Matthews Gallery (669 Canyon Road, 9922882), where works by Morang, Macaione, West and other Santa Fe art colonists are frequently on display. As you continue up the street, imagine Truman Capote strolling Stop

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past. Artist Agnes Sims and her partner Mary Louise Aswell, who was the fiction editor of Harper’s Bazaar, ran a writer’s compound on Canyon Road’s 600 block. Sims arrived from Philadelphia in 1938, and opened a record store on Canyon Road. Later, she bought a farmhouse and built the compound around it. Capote was just one of the luminaries Sims and Aswell invited there for parties and salons. ALFRED’S GHOST Stroll up to El Farol (800 Canyon Road, 983-9912), Santa Fe’s oldest restaurant, and grab a margarita when it reopens this summer (2017). This was Alfred Morang’s favorite establishment, and he painted murals in the bar to pay off an astronomical bar tab. The works were damaged by a fire in 1997, a chilling epilogue to Morang’s own fiery demise. His ghost has been sighted in the restaurant, so keep your eyes peeled for the spirit of Canyon Road’s hard-partying history. Stop

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Nightlife

A WEEK’S WORTH OF TIPS

WHO SAYS THERE’S NOTHING TO DO IN SANTA FE?

Obviously we can’t decide for you, but here’s a brief overview of ongoing events that may just kickstart your nightlife fun.

BY ALEX DE VORE

MONDAYS @ 9 PM “There’s nothing to do in Santa Fe.” It’s a battle cry that made sense once upon a time but, in recent years, has become downright preposterous. Downtown venues chug along as they always have (it goes in cycles, folks), wooing partiers and music fans of various musical and event faiths and, thanks to the stalwart efforts of the youngish, midtown and the Southside have become burgeoning artistic hubs in their own rights. Winter, of course, still comes with Santa Fe’s trademarked doldrums—but even then, our nightlife manages to wrest out fun goings-on. In other words, we’re straight hoppin’ these days.

DOWNTOWN With venues like The Underground (200 W San Francisco St.) bringing punk, rock and metal shows to town regularly, standbys like Cowgirl (319 S Guadalupe St., 982-2565) and Evangelo’s (200 W San Francisco St., 982-9014) hosting bar bands (read: rockin’ blues, Americana and its ilk) and promoters like AMP Concerts (ampconcerts.org) taking over the Railyard with free movie and music nights in the summer, downtown Santa Fe is as good as it’s ever been. “Each business has their own thing to offer,” Skylight (139 W San Francisco St., 982-0775) co-owner Kate Kennedy tells SFR. “Depending on the night, someone who is willing and able to hop around can have a very diverse and fun nightlife experience.” Kennedy explains that

Skylight has adapted to a fluctuating market by transforming its upstairs space, Skylab, into a pool hall called The Corner Pocket and by adapting the overall business plan for the main stage room. These days Skylight functions as a nightclub from 10 pm-2 am Thursday through Saturday, but as a restaurant and entertainment venue the rest of the time. It’s not uncommon to see anything from rock bands and house DJs to drag shows and standup comedy sets in a single week at Skylight. They’ve also welcomed celebrated flamenco acts, big-name touring bands and more. Still, Kennedy sees the spreading out of nightlife as an overall positive for the community. “A lot of the focus and activity has gravitated toward the Rufina Arts District and the Southside for a good reason,” she says. “The new venues that have opened in the last couple years have brought a lot of life to those neighborhoods and commercial districts; they have provided the customer base and entertainment in Santa Fe great options when it comes to going out.”

MIDTOWN One such Rufina-area venue is, of course, Meow Wolf (1352 Rufina Circle, 395-6369), the sprawling perma-installation that jumpstarted Santa Fe’s renewed love affair with the Siler Road area when it opened in 2016. In addition to MW’s audio-visual arts aesthetic, it has a built-in music venue which, in a relatively short timespan, has hosted the likes

of Sage Francis, Angel Olsen, Jonathan Richman, DJ Tennis and local acts such as Detroit Lightning, Hedonism Bot and others. “The energy centered around performances in our space is always high,” MW employee Alison Gamache tells us. “People are excited to perform, and we are equally excited to have them. The vibe is just exceptional.” Just around the corner you’ll find Duel Brewing (1228 Parkway Drive, 474-5301), one of the first businesses to provide service-based options in the Siler area. With a handful of home-brewed Belgian beer choices and a sandwich with waffles instead of bread, they’ve also been known to host music in the rock and Americana genres.

MIDTOWN+ Nearby, Second Street Brewery (2920 Rufina St., 982-3030) recently opened a third location in Santa Fe with a more focused emphasis on live music than their previous spaces (Original, 1814 Second St., 982-3030 and Railyard, 1607 Paseo de Peralta, 989-3278). The newest iteration houses an honest-to-goodness stage, and with promotions being handled by local musician/Matron Records founder Eliza Lutz, we’re forecasting less Americana-in-the-corner and more rock and effing roll. “Santa Fe is straight killing it but, truly, we always have been,” says Lutz. “There has never been a lack of talented musicians, but rather a lack of spaces to hold them.” No specific

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plans have been laid out for programming just yet, but Lutz’ promotions work in other local venues is a proven track record of unique yet accessible shows from bands near and far. Stay tuned for more.

SOUTHSIDE Things get a little more DIY the further south you go, but if you’ve ever asked yourself whether attending a show at spaces like The Cave (1226 Calle de Comercio) or Zephyr Community Art Studio (1520 Center Drive, Ste. 2) is worth it, the resounding answer is a big fat yes. “We love being a community space that anyone can engage with, and we continue to be an open collaboration,” Zephyr co-founder Alysha Shaw says. “One of the beautiful things I love about DIY is the inclusivity and ease with which we can collaborate and make things happen.” Totally. This basically means that if you’ve got a great idea for a visual arts show or your friends in some faraway band want to come to town, this is how you make it happen.

AND ALL THE REST Of course, this merely scratches the surface, and part of working out a positive nightlife experience is sussing out and curating your own good time. SFR will obviously be around with our trusty culture calendar and coverage of the local scene, but even just a cursory glance through this piece should prove a veritable cornucopia of options. Get partying, everyone … get partying.

Karaoke at the Cowgirl with Michéle is so beloved, it’s been on the docket since the dawn of time. Or, y’know, that last decade-plus.

TUESDAYS @ 8 PM For a mix of tapas and wines both fine and affordable, El Mesón (213 Washington Ave., 983-6756) offers a weekly tango milonga on Tuesdays since ... well, since the dawn of time really. Beginning dancers and veterans frequent the event, so it doesn’t matter where your skills fall on the tango spectrum, you’ll fit in just fine.

WEDNESDAYS @ 6:30 PM Swing Night at Skylight comes with a lesson for those who don’t already know the moves, and then a good old-fashioned swingin’ time afterwards.

WEDNESDAYS @ 8 PM Hump day is so fun we picked two recurring events. Geeks Who Drink at Second Street Brewery in the Railyard is not just for pop culture nerds, it’s for everyone. Form a team!

FRIDAYS @ 7:30 PM The Three Faces of Jazz bring in special guests for classy Friday nights at El Mesón.

SATURDAYS @ 9 PM If Monday didn’t slake your karaoke thirst, Tiny’s (1005 S St. Francis Drive, 983-9817) has one of the most popular weekly karaoke-offs in town.

SUNDAYS @ 6 PM Mellow out at La Boca (72 W Marcy St., 982-3433) with tapas and Nacha Mendez’ smooth Latin vocals and guitar. And sangria, if you swing that way.


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t’s true, we’re a tiny town. And yet, the sheer number of arts and music festivals that we somehow have to navigate is staggering. Get ready to fest, Santa Fe—there’s a whole mess of these things!

OUTSIDE BIKE & BREW FESTIVAL

May 18-27, 2017 outsidesantafe.com This tipsy/outdoorsy event brings together so many things we love: drinking beer, eating food while drinking beer, listening to music while drinking beer—and riding our bikes to all of those things. There are bike clinics, fun rides, races, demos and long rides. HQ is in the Santa Fe Railyard Park.

ELDORADO STUDIO TOUR

May 20 and 21, 2017 eldoradostudiotour.org For more than a quartercentury, this has been one of our favorite ways to meet

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and learn more about some of the area’s most creative, interesting residents. About 100 artists open their studios to the public and show off their paintings, weavings, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics and more.

NATIVE TREASURES INDIAN ARTS FESTIVAL

May 26-28, 2017 nativetreasures.org This huge show takes over the Santa Fe Convention Center with works from more than 200 Native American artists who have been invited to show by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. The works are for sale and a percentage of the proceeds go to the museum.

EDIBLE ART TOUR

June 9 and 10, 2017 artfeast.org This fun walking tour shows off the city at one of the prettiest times of year. A ticket gets you in to galleries downtown and up Canyon Road both nights, when each venue features food and drinks from a partnered restaurant.

CURRENTS NEW MEDIA

June 9-25, 2017 currentsnewmedia.org A huge, mind-blowing celebration of art that breaks free from traditional boundaries of medium. Think interactive and fine art video installations, multimedia performances, animation, experimental film, 3D printing and


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FANTASE DOME FEST

June 17, 2017 creativesantafe.org/initiativefantase.html What’s a dome fest? It’s a cool party at DeVargas Park with a bunch of metal-framed domes covered in white fabric, onto which cool stuff is projected. This is technically called “site-specific art installations.” There’s also music on two stages, food trucks and, of course, boarding in the skate park.

SANTA FE WINE FESTIVAL July 1 and 2, 2017 santafewinefestival.com If you needed an excuse to get

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back out to Las Golondrinas and get your living history on, this is it. Celebrate New Mexico’s 400-year history of grape-growing by sipping and slurping your way through tents set up by dozens of local winemakers. Whether you like it crisp, fruity, delicate, bold, stone-dry or sweet as pie, there will be a wine or two that surprises you.

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friends, neighbors, the guy who cuts your hair and the lady you bought a treadmill from that one time? It’s kind of a Santa Fe thing.

the retablos, bultos and colcha embroidery, you can celebrate your contemporary existence with a kombucha and a gluten-free veggie burger.

INTERNATIONAL FOLK ART MARKET

CONTEMPORARY HISPANIC MARKET

July 14-16, 2017 folkartalliance.org Travel the world! Experience the music, dance and food of foreign cultures! Bring home souvenirs! And do it all before dinner at this massive three-day market and festival, regularly voted a favorite event by SFR readers.

TRADITIONAL SPANISH MARKET

July 24-30, 2017 spanishcolonial.org Going to the Traditional Spanish Market feels like time-traveling back to colonial New Mexico. After admiring all of

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July 29 and 30, 2017 contemporaryhispanicmarketinc.com Tired of tradition? New Mexico’s contemporary Hispanic artists show off with a spectrum of adventurous and powerful work in every medium you can imagine.

GIRLS INC. ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW

Aug. 5 and 6, 2017 girlsincofsantafe.org/arts-crafts The art in this juried show and sale is by local and national professional artists (who keep the proceeds from their sales). Booth fees support Girls Inc. programs that teach girls to kick ass (not literally).


SANTA FE INDIAN MARKET

Aug. 19 and 20, 2017 swaia.org Interested in Native art? You can’t miss this event. It’s huge. More than 100,000 people show up. Which is to say: Get there early for the best deals and the freshest fry bread.

ZOZOBRA

Sept. 1, 2017 burnzozobra.com Oh, do we have so much to gripe about this year! Save up all those woes, people, because we are going to burn this mofo down, and all those woes go with it. Even the uninitiated can appreciate the joy that comes from the conflagration of a giant, growling paper monster man thing.

FIESTAS DE SANTA FE

Sept. 1-10, 2017 santafefiesta.org Party like it’s 1699 at this week-long celebration of Santa Fe’s Spanish Colonial heritage, which kicks off with either a mass or a puppet, depending on who you ask. It includes a pet parade, historic-ish plays and a Labor Day weekend craft market.

SANTA FE PRIDE

Sept. 15-17, 2017 santafehra.org It starts with a wild, colorful (and pretty family-friendly) parade down Old Santa Fe Trail, continues with an afternoon party on the Plaza with music and entertainers, then finishes with an after-party and dancing until the wee hours. Plan to dress like a unicorn visiting Harajuku.

SANTA FE RENAISSANCE FAIR

Sept. 16 and 17, 2017 sfrenfair.org You can do this ironically or non-ironically, but the kids don’t care. Jousting! Sword fighting! Fairy houses and a unicorn! Also: booze.

SANTA FE WINE & CHILE FIESTA

Sept. 27-Oct. 1, 2017 santafewineandchile.org Put on your party pants and head up to the Santa Fe Opera

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grounds for the main event of this fall bacchanalia: A huge tasting of wine from all over the country and nibbles of food from Santa Fe restaurants. Also check out the wine seminars, tastings and dinners.

SANTA FE INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL

Come together and see the world in new ways!

Oct. 18-22, 2017 santafeindependent.com A five-day festival of movies, movies, movies for those of us who like the “different” element of the City Different.

RECYCLE SANTA FE ART FESTIVAL

Nov. 17-19, 2017 recyclesantafe.org Conveniently scheduled the month before we’re all supposed to buy a million gifts, this fest makes it easy to look cool, creative and thoughtful. There’s always something new made from something old by artists from all over the country.

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Dec. 6-10, 2017 santafeindependent.com Not to be confused with the independent one, SFFF features panels, discussions, parties, and (of course) screenings.

LAS POSADAS

Dec. 11, 2017 In a sort-of reenactment of the Christmas story, Mary, Joseph and Jesus go from house to house (aka, from building to building on the Plaza) asking for a place to stay as the crowd sings carols. Rooftop devils jeer and wave pitchforks until you’re safe in the Palace of the Governors courtyard with cookies and cider. No, really—this is so fun.

CANYON ROAD FAROLITO WALK

Dec. 24, 2017 This is Santa Fe at its postcard-best. Glowing paper bags and twinkly lights line street as you pop in to a few galleries, maybe grab a bite or a hot toddy at one of the restaurants. Mostly you end up shivering and going OMG! smoochsmooch to all the people you haven’t seen in like a thousand years, I swear.

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Cinema Paradiso

LOCAL MOVIE SCENE?

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anta Fe’s movie theater situation is straight bumpin’. And no, we’re not talking about catching just some mainstream flick in a faceless multiplex, but the venues run by dedicated film buffs for whom the cinema is not merely some throwaway weekend activity, but rather an artistic lifeblood. Of course, this isn’t to say you can’t still catch those big-name studio films should you choose, just that we’ve got some pretty incredible art house options for the size of this town.

JEAN COCTEAU CINEMA

418 Montezuma Ave., 466-5528, jeancocteaucinema.com George RR Martin, who we believe may write stories of some kind, famously revived this indie theater a few years back. But with the recent addition of the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival’s co-founders, siblings Liesette and Jacques Paisner, as programming managers, the Jean Cocteau Cinema is

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poised to become better than ever. The Paisners want Santa Fe to be a film destination right behind New York City. Jacques says he wants to highlight Santa Fe as “the city to open a movie.” The siblings have obviously forged invaluable relationships through the Independent Film Festival, but they’ve also got ideas beyond simple screenings. “I think we’re going to see it really become a common center with all the comedy shows, magicians, art shows and authors speaking,” Liesette points out. Don’t worry, you’ll still be able to see critically-acclaimed foreign films and late-night-type zombie movies and horror films. But you might have more company. “We think people are going to come to the Railyard or get off that train and realize they’re in a special area, an artistic area,” Jacques says.

VIOLET CROWN CINEMA 1606 Alcaldesa St., 216-5678, santafe.violetcrown.com

Just across the Railyard lies the new-ish Violet Crown Cinema, a glorious testament to why the hell

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shouldn’t we drink beers at the movies?! and a hybrid project combining big-name films, special events, one-off screeners and more. VC blew into town and quickly became a local fave for just about anyone who enjoys the cinema, but also a mecca for those who live someplace between loving the works of David Lean while also totally wanting a pepperoni pizza. “The fun part is that we have this half-and-half split,” general manager Peter Grendle says. “The kind of programming where we can get crowds in for Lego Batman who maybe haven’t been exposed to artsier films.” This has included series like Essential Cinema, an ongoing event that included classics like Dr. Zhivago and The Searchers. With founders from Austin, Texas—where the VC is a tad more arts-leaning—Santa Fe’s version was the first to dabble with more mainstream films according to Grendle, but he and his team have the go-ahead to continue programming in creative ways. “What I’m building toward now with a couple of the Austin folks is an auteur series,” he says, “where


we’ll have three of four films from the same filmmaker, like [Pedro] Almodóvar, and the idea, in theory, is there’s a bigger movie you know from a director and then some of their more obscure titles. … So you have this multiplex theater playing big stuff, but across the hall you’ve got Almodóvar.”

CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ARTS CINEMATHEQUE

1050 Old Pecos Trail, 982-1338, ccasantafe.org/cinematheque Along the Old Pecos Trail you’ll find the CCA and its small yet dedicated theater run by the inimitable Jason Silverman, a film buff and producer of last year’s celebrated director documentary, Sembene! on—you guessed it—African director Ousmane Sembene. In practically everything Silverman does, one will find artistic value, whether it’s foreign horror in the shape of The Babadook, documentaries like Ron Howard’s Eight Days a Week, working with local schools to educate students about the social and cultural power of film or even just screening award-winning mega-hits like Moonlight (which, by the way, the CCA had for weeks before the

country went nuts for it). “For me, the cinema can be central in providing counter-narratives to the profit-driven mass media,” Cinematheque director Jason Silverman tells SFR. “The CCA is the only nonprofit movie space in town, and we make our programming decisions based on fulfilling our mission, not our pockets, and our mission is to bring Santa Fe together for stories that are meaningful, rich, connective, educational and inspiring.” Woah. So, you should probably go!

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Santa Fe University of Art and Design, 1600 St Michael’s Drive., 473-6494, thescreensf.com Meanwhile, on the SFUAD campus lies another gorgeous community asset—The Screen, one of the largest screens in town and an ongoing reminder that colleges know how to party. Foreign films, animation, award-winning masterpieces, musicals and more illustrate a commitment to quality and also variety, but what’s most excellent is that it’s not just open to students. In years past, we’ve sung along with Yellow Submarine and learned of the magic of Totoro—who even knows what’s next?

2017-18 season highlights include: Stars of American Ballet Matt Haimovitz Cécile McLorin Salvant The Hot Sardines Parsons Dance Kronos Quartet Daniil Trifonov

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2017

Opera Preview

Midsummer madness: Brenda Rae is Lucia di Lammermoor

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THE SEASON PROMISES TO SIZZLE WITH SEX, MADNESS AND GHOSTS

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ou don’t have to be an antique to remember that late, great ad campaign: “What becomes a legend most…” with accompanying shots of mink-swathed dames cooing into Richard Avedon’s monochromatic camera. Those Blackglama coats just flew out of furriers’ shops. In comparison, SFO didn’t feel all that legendary when it opened 61 seasons ago, with mostly bench seating for 480 patrons facing a handsome, down-to-business redwood stage. During that 1957 season, Puccini, Stravinsky, Mozart and Richard Strauss caroled their way through chilly high-desert nights, all courtesy of the unflinching founding patriarch, John Crosby. Crosby left behind a still-sustained credo for the company: to offer a balanced but innovative repertory, to discover and cultivate young artists and to maintain the SFO’s legendary reputation as the nation’s premier summer opera festival.

Which brings us up to 2017 with—gasp—neither Mozart nor Puccini nor Richard Strauss on the agenda. Another Strauss, Johann Jr., opens the season on June 30 with that high-calorie Viennese confection, Die Fledermaus. Drag out your dancing pumps, gents, and your fanciest dominos, ladies, for a fling at the Waltz King’s flirtatious party. The usual operetta appurtenances apply: disguise, mistaken identities, romantic trickery, Champagne. In most performances this summer, super-diva Susan Graham drawls away as the gender-challenged Prince Orlofsky, while a suspicious wife Rosalinde (Devon Guthrie) exacts revenge upon her philandering mate, Eisenstein (Kurt Streit), with everyone winding up in the juzgado supervised by a muy borracho jailer (scenery-chewer Kevin Burdette). Rory Macdonald conducts. The laughing stops when Donizetti’s madness-fraught melodrama, Lucia di Lammermoor, opens on July 1. Despite ghosts and ghastliness, Lucia features some of the most gorgeous vocalizing in all Romantic opera, a love duet to end all love duets, that sextet, and opera’s craziest mad scene ever. Donizetti’s star-crossed lovers are Lucia (Brenda Rae), whose love for Edgardo (Mario Chang) is thwarted by bad-

boy brother Enrico (Zachary Nelson), with a nasty demand that she marry the wrong tenor, Arturo. Whoops. During the wedding night from hell, Lucia loses her wits, carves up Arturo à la Polanski, makes a gore-spattered entrance and sings and sings and sings. Corrado Rovaris is in the pit. “The law? Never heard of it! Anything I want, that’s the law!” That has a familiar ring these days, though spoken by the ignorant autocrat, King Dodon, in Rimsky-Korsakov’s The Golden Cockerel, entering the repertoire on July 15. Relatively unfamiliar to American audiences, it’s a gorgeous farrago of foolishness with a deliberately shambolic plot. The bumbling king goes to war, pointlessly, with a kingdom whose alluring queen mocks and seduces him. Their would-be wedding turns into mean-spirited farce and the opera ends, ironically, with the bleak message that all we’ve seen is mere illusion. Well then, why bother? Because of Rimsky’s glorious, colorful score, its exotic and self-mocking orientalisms and the savage satire clothed in voluptuous fairy-tale trappings. As doddering Dodon, Eric Owens debuts here, Wotan no more. Venera Gimadievna is the Queen of Shemakha and Emmanuel Villaume conducts.

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We’ve been waiting a couple of years for this season’s world premiere, Mason Bates’ The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs, with a libretto by Mark Campbell. Opening July 22, the opera follows a recent SFO practice of staging premieres with modern-day protagonists, ie, Bright Sheng’s Madame Mao in 2003 and Huang Ruo’s Dr. Sun Yat-Sen in 2014. In studying the meteoric Jobs, who revolutionized human communication, Bates says he’s written an opera “about a man who learns to be human again.” The composer invents a “sound world” for each character, with Jobs linked to acoustic guitar while his spiritual guide, Koban, is associated with Asian percussive instruments against a large electro-acoustic orchestra led by Michael Christie. Edward Parks sings Jobs, Sasha Cooke is his wife Laurene and Wei Wu is Koban. In brief, the final opera to join SFO’s repertory on July 29 will be Handel’s spectacular and spectacularly plotted Alcina, a reinvented version of the Circe story. Putting it mildly, she is not a nice lady. But Handel’s score is perhaps his finest, filled with terrific Baroque vocal opportunities for his large cast. Elza van den Heever is the beauteous witch with Harry Bicket in the pit.


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arilyn “Angel” Wynn grew up in Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and spent her young adulthood pursuing an art career. When she was in her 30s, she took a job as a mining prospector in Arizona. Suddenly, she found herself embedded in a roughand-tumble crew of geologists and miners. “They always called me their angel, because I was the only gal on the job,” Wynn recollects. “One night, they went out to dinner and I stayed back to plot

some findings. They came back at one in the morning, drunk, with a belt for me that said ‘Angel’ on it.” From then on, Wynn went by Angel. After the Arizona job ended, she took another prospecting gig in Sun Valley, Idaho, and staked mining claims all across the West. She became a filmmaker, and then a photographer specializing in Western imagery. You might imagine Wynn as a New Woman of the American West, coming into her own in the 1880s. In fact, she started pros-

pecting a century later, in 1980. After 33 years in Sun Valley, she moved to Santa Fe in 2012 and took up her art practice again in a home studio on Canyon Road. Now she exhibits her mixed media photographs in a sixperson artist cooperative called 7 Arts Gallery on Lincoln Ave-

I WANT THESE WORKS TO LOOK LIKE THEY WERE IN AN ATTIC FOR 100 YEARS. -Angel Wynn

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nue. Much like her life, Wynn’s artwork feels firmly embedded in history. “I’m going to add a couple more layers of wax to create that translucent, dream-like feel,” Wynn says. She’s brushing one of her photographs with encaustic and passing a blowtorch across its surface. It’s a black-and-white image of a buffalo, but with each layer of wax it takes on a richer tone of sepia. Sometimes she’ll add oil or pastel pigments to the mix, giving Western wildlife, landscapes and people the Technicolor feel of a midcentury postcard.

Angel Wynn produces encaustics in her studio.

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Encaustics were first used in Egypt in 300 BC, Wynn notes. “Using an ancient painting medium on images you’re trying to make nostalgic is really wonderful. I want these works to look like they were in an attic for 100 years.” Wynn is particularly interested in the untold stories of women. “A lot of women throughout history, their stories have been buried,” she says. “Now that we have women historians, they’re digging deep to find really unique stories.” A recent body of work depicts women who followed their husbands and lovers into battle during the Mexican Revolution. Known as Adelitas, they acted as cooks, medics and soldiers throughout the decade-long conflict. The artist cobbled together a visual record of these women for her Adelitas series, and filled in the gaps with new portraits of models in period garb. Using her encaustic painting technique, she united the old and new photographs in a colorful retelling of the conflict from the perspective of the women who were in it. Her first exhibition of the series sold out at Gallery 901 last summer, and she’s producing another round of works to show in summer 2017. The Annual Manual’s cover image is from an array of works that Wynn calls her “Warhols,” which depict Western imagery with 1960s flair. Even with its pop art-inspired stripes, the artwork has a strong regional provenance: Wynn chopped up the photograph and attached it to weathered wooden boards. It’s a portrait of the West’s most legendary beast, atop the fence slats that annexed its territory. Wynn relates to the buffalo’s wild persistence in face of obstacles. “Life is this rollercoaster, and I’ve just learned to go with the punches,” she says. “Those are the things that build character, and make your life more interesting.”


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Holiday Dining Guide


You had a day. Spilled coffee, forgotten meeting, missed deadline. Or maybe it was a great day: new job, new love interest, better job, better love interest. Or perhaps you just had a regular Thursday! Every day deserves to end with an hour of happiness, and having a drink and a snack at a discount is a good way to get that happy hour. All of these local establishments can assist you on your after-work or end-of-day venture for a little R&R.

Blue Corn Café 133 W Water St., 984-1800

4-6 pm MondayThursday -$5 house margaritas -$4 beers Big windows in this upstairs space make for a cheery experience—one you can take out to the patio during kind weather.

La Boca 5 Star Burgers

604 N Guadalupe St., Ste. A, 983-8977 4-6 pm daily -$3 pints -$3.50 house wines -$1.50-$3.50 fried appetizers, like pickles, green chile strips and fries -$5 loaded fries, which are humongous and have pulled pork piled on top This burger joint can satisfy your craving for something fried and your want for a cold brew at the same time. Don’t underestimate the turkey burger, bro.

AGAVE Lounge

Eldorado Hotel & Spa 309 W. San Francisco St., 995-4530 4-7 pm Monday-Friday -$4 draft beers -$5 wines, margaritas, housemade sangria and well drinks -$4 Sriracha honey wings, Kobe sliders, spinach and feta artichoke dip and more This spot’s modern design and classy feel make us want to reach for a vodka martini, but the choices are plentiful.

Taberna Location: 125 Lincoln Ave., 982-3433 Original Location: 72 W Marcy St., 982-3433 3-5 pm daily -Half off select wine, sherry and tapas Sit outside in the back of this expanded Spanishinspired tapas spot at the Taberna, or inside the clean, white, minimal dining room at the original location just around the block.

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106 N Guadalupe St., 820-2075 4-6:30 pm WednesdaySunday -Reduced-price appetizers ($4, $5 and $6) The name of this favorite haunt is deceiving—they can totally accommodate larger parties, or perhaps a solo diner if that’s more your style. Asian ribs, brie and apricot jalapeño poppers, crab cakes … Say no more.

The Dragon Room 406 Old Santa Fe Trail, 983-7712

4-6 pm Tuesday-Sunday -Half-price trio of chips, guacamole, salsa and queso -$5 house margaritas and house wines Take in the cozy vibe that makes a margarita well worth the $5.

Duel Brewing

1228 Parkway Drive, 474-5301

319 S Guadalupe St., 982-2565

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This SiDi Belgian-style brewery makes over a dozen craft beers.

-Half-price house and frozen margaritas -2-for-1 appetizers (excluding nachos, quesadillas and sliders) Be happier with a halfprice marg after a rough day at work. And top it off with wings, because (yes, we said it) they’re half price! They also feature daily live Americana, country, folk and rock performances in the evening, so you may catch a drink and a concert.

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El Farol

808 Canyon Road, 983-9912 4-6 pm Monday-Friday -$5 tapas, like ceviche and the tortilla Española -$5 wine, gin fizz, margaritas and sangria A glass of sangria on Canyon Road is a nice end to any day. At publication time, the restaurant was undergoing renovations, but should be open again in summer 2017.

Georgia

225 Johnson St., 989-4367 4-6 pm daily -$6 select wines -$2 off beers -$7 mac and cheese and $6 onion rings Treat yourself to a pictureworthy craft cocktail inside this dark and broody bar, or sit on the bright brick patio. Top it off with comfort food and have a dandy afternoon.

Low ‘n Slow Lowrider Bar

Hotel Chimayó de Santa Fe, 125 Washington Ave., 988-4900 4-6 pm and 10 pmmidnight Monday-Friday -$5 well drinks and house wine -$4 tap beer -$6 margaritas Belly up to the lowriderthemed bar and snag snacks from Estevan, the hotel’s acclaimed restaurant.

Il Piatto

95 W Marcy St., 984-1091 4:30-6 pm and 9-10:30 pm daily -Half off appetizers and special appetizers -Half off small portions of pasta and entrees -Half off glasses of wine Real food and serious wine are a steal during the happy hours before and after the dinner rush.


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The Palace Restaurant & Saloon 142 W Palace Ave., 428-0690

5-7 pm Tuesday-Saturday 5 pm-1 am Wednesdays -$6 Caesar salad with housemade dressing and fried artichoke with horseradish cream -$7 baked brie with roasted garlic and olives -$9 half-dozen fresh oysters with chile vinaigrette and lemon -40 percent off beer and 20 percent off liquor A delectable menu, red-hued interior and discounts on drinks are all easy ways to brighten your mood at this Western-style bar and restaurant.

The Ranch House 2571 Cristo’s Road, 424-8900 4-6 pm daily -$6 smoked pineapple margaritas and cucumber crisps -$5 well drinks and food specials -$1 off all draft beers They’re known for their barbecue, so try the pulled pork sliders with green chile slaw with that cucumber crisp in between work and your errands on the Southside.

San Francisco Street Bar & Grill 50 E San Francisco St., 982-2044  

4:30-6:30 pm MondayFriday -$3.50 La Cumbre, Marble Amber Ale and San Francisco Street Pilsner -$4 chile cheese fries -$5 blackened mahi tacos, chicken tenders Get a great deal on local

Everyone loves going out, but not everyone plays it safe when they’re partying. And even though Santa Fe’s cab service has ended, you can still follow some simple steps to having fun without endangering anybody and get home safely.

brews and pub grub at this convenient downtown institution.

Santa Fe Brewing Company 35 Fire Place, 424-3333

4-6 pm daily All day Wednesday -$1 off all pints A big selection, from the lightest pilsner to the darkest ale. If you’re a beer person, you’re happy. Maybe catch a concert at The Bridge, an outdoor venue.

GET A RIDE SHARE! “I haven’t driven after more than two drinks since the moment those apps came around,” musician Zach Leyba tells SFR. Because, y’know, it’s easy and affordable and much safer than driving. Plus, you can see where they are on your phone’s GPS and not have to stand around in the cold, and then, best of all, nobody has to die because you got on the freeway going the wrong way. “Many people tell me that I save their lives just by taking them from point A to point B,” Lyft driver Pablo Paz says. “I never thought of it that way, and I still don’t feel like our culture in New Mexico has completely adapted ride-sharing as a means to avoid driving while under the influence, but it’s getting there slowly and more and more new users are using it every day.”

Santa Fe Spirits Tasting Room 308 Read St., 780-5906

3-6 pm Monday-Friday -$6.50 Moscow mules, Colin’s Collins, berries and honey, gin and vodka tonics and more Sip on a craft cocktail with spirits made right here in the City Different in this pitched-roof adobe on a quiet street. Drink Santa Fe in, literally.

Second Street Brewery

Original: 1814 Second St., 982-3030 Railyard: 1607 Paseo de Peralta, Ste. 10, 989-3278 Rufina: 2920 Rufina St., 982-3030 4:30-6:30 pm MondayFriday -$1 off all beer Pick a location, any location, and you’ll soon be feeling happy. If you’re lucky, you’ll catch a live performance from an Americana or jazz musician while you sip on a beer or a glass of cider.

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USE A DD! Even though it is painfully clear that most people around here simply cannot enjoy themselves without a drink in their hand, there are still those who either don’t drink, or do and are willing to be a pal, like local artist Kit Evans. “I think you can still have a damn social life and not drink,” Evans says. “I’m down to do it; if it’s my turn to drive, so be it. … I drink or I drive, it’s that simple.” Evans, who used to drive a cab and has dealt with more than his fair share of drunks, thinks that people fall victim to flawed thinking. “Honestly, I think some people are just flat-out dumb,” he says. “They think they’re invincible or something, like it’s not going happen to them, or they’re confident they can fade and get home or talk their way through a potential DUI.”

DON’T BE A DICK! Dont’ forget that it’s fairly possible to walk almost anyplace in town if you’re up for a jaunt. Think long and hard about how you’d feel if you were to kill a carload of kids or a family. Next time you’re standing on a curb someplace, choose wisely. People will thank you. Promise.


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Need to stock up? Want to show off when friends come to town? Here’s a short list of some of the most awesome beers, wines and spirits that you can pour with confidence.

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VODKA Algodones Claro Clear Diamond Vodka It’s quintuple-distilled from corn and it’s made, yes, in Algodones, between Santa Fe and Albuquerque. “It’s like silk!” says Denisio, the beverage director at Rancho Viejo Village Market (55 Canada del Rancho, 474-2828). Also try Broken Trail Holy Ghost Vodka, made entirely with New Mexico-grown corn.

GIN Santa Fe Spirits Wheeler’s Western Dry Gin Don’t be weirded out when we tell you it’s made with locally collected hop flowers, osha root and cactus blossoms as well as the traditional juniper. The result is unlike any gin you’ve had before but in a subtle, pleasant way. It really does taste like Santa Fe. Also try the Algodones Ginebra, which is also made with local botanicals, including piñon.

SINGLE MALT WHISKEY Santa Fe Spirits Colkegan It’s not labeled Scotch because it’s made in Santa Fe

(not Scotland), but this single malt has a unique peatsmoked character, a complex flavor profile and a smooth finish. Colkegan is served at restaurants all over town, but you can also buy it straight from the distillery (7505 Mallard Way, 467-8892).

Cumbre’s Elevated IPA is on restaurant menus all over— and it is the best-selling drink of any kind at Susan’s Fine Wine and Spirits (1005 S St. Francis Drive, 984-1582). Bosque’s distinctive black cans of Riverwalker IPA and Santa Fe Brewing’s iconic Zia-emblazoned cans are also chilling in fridges all over the capital. Also check out Il Vicino’s Canteen IPA, which is the most popular

RUM Broken Trail Horsethief Rum

IPA at Kaune’s Neighborhood Market (511 Old Santa Fe Trail, 982-2629). They are all crowd-pleasers. Beyond IPA, try Bosque’s malty Scotia Scotch Ale, Marble Brewery’s Belgian-inspired Double White, Tractor Brewing’s Farmer’s Tan Red Ale, Santa Fe Brewing’s Freestyle Pilsner and La Cumbre’s Malpais Stout.

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This thoroughly delightful, mellow spiced rum is delish for drinking straight or mixing. Also try Broken Trail’s de Pacana Rum that’s steeped in shelled pecans. Sounds sweet and gross—tastes mellow and amazing. SFR loves it for hot buttered rum.

La Cumbre Elevated IPA

BEER La Cumbre Elevated IPA, Bosque Brewing IPA and Santa Fe Brewing’s Happy Camper IPA—and more There are sooooo many killer local beers right now, but the vast majority are only available at the breweries. See what you like and take home a growler! But there are many good choices in cans and bottles. What’s insanely popular (still) is IPA. La

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Gruet Blanc de Noirs If you have only one chance to impress visitors with a locally made wine, pour them some of this (or the similarly-priced Blanc de Blancs)—and tell them exactly how much you paid for it. You can’t do better than this for $14 here (or in many other places, for that matter). But do try to expand beyond that old favorite by tasting around the portfolio at the Gruet Tasting Room (210 Don Gaspar Ave., 989-9463). The Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Red Blend are all worth taking home. If you’re at the farmers market, try an Aglianico or Syrah from Vivac (2075 Hwy. 68, Dixon, 5794441). In wine shops look for a bottle of Milagro Corrales Red Blend or St. Clair DH Lescombes Petit Verdot.


DIRECTORY COMPILED BY CHARLOTTE JUSINSKI

In this directory we aspire to list every single locally owned eatery in Santa Fe (let us know if we missed something!), so if you’re looking for grub, just close your eyes and point. Chances are you’ll be happy. Dig in!

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Santa Fe Arcade, 60 E San Francisco St., 983-6138 Coffee, pastries and light fare to fuel your Plaza adventure.

315 Restaurant & Wine Bar

315 Old Santa Fe Trail, 986-9190 A backbone of French cuisine supports an extensive wine list.

AGAVE Lounge

Anasazi Restaurant

Agoyo Lounge

Angel’s Bakery & Café

Eldorado Hotel, 309 W San Francisco St., 988-4455 Want the fine dining of The Old House restaurant, but in happy-hour form? This is your spot.

Inn of the Anasazi, 113 Washington Ave., 988-3236 Get both fine dining and a bar menu in a sophisticated atmosphere.

Inn on the Alameda, 303 E Alameda St., 984-2121 From beef tartare to Frito pie, it’s just downright good food.

125 E Water St., 820-0915 Beyond pastries, this stop also boasts a full menu.

Bang Bite Filling Station

Amaya Restaurant

411 W Water St., 469-2345 This food truck moves around sometimes, but get there STAT for trailer fries and a burger with maple bacon jam.

Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta, 955-7805 Experience Native American food from New Mexico and beyond.

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101 W Marcy St., 629-8786 Get to-go lunches and great coffee, or sit in the sunny alcove for a quick bite.

Blue Corn Café

133 W Water St., 984-1800 New Mexico flavors and local brews too!

Bobbito’s

135 Palace Ave., 819-8100 We! Love! Sandwiches!

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207 W San Francisco St., 989-3360 Serving—you guessed it— burgers, plus other dishes sure to please.


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La Casa Sena

111 Washington Ave., 982-4453 Get breakfast and lunch quick and friendly. Try the beef tacos!

125 E Palace Ave., 988-9232 Fine food, fine music, fine courtyard, fine location, fine wine. Get it?

Café des Artistes

Eldorado Hotel, 309 W San Francisco St., 988-4455 Live music and comfy chairs make this elegant spot perfect for happy hour.

223-B Canyon Road, 820-2535 Stop in for a sandwich or glass of wine after perusing the galleries.

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Cheesemongers of Santa Fe

121 Don Gaspar Ave., 983-9340 A Santa Fe institution serves upscale New Mexican food and renowned breakfast.

130 E Marcy St., 795-7878 Cheese and cured meats abound, and even take some cheese classes. Bring a fancy tray to a potluck, too.

Caffe Greco

Chez Mamou Bakery & Café

233 Canyon Road, 820-7996 New Mexican fare, plus coffee and wine, in a refreshingly casual setting.

El Callejon

208 Galisteo St., 983-8378 New Mexican and American fare served from this beloved spot on Galisteo.

217 E Palace Ave., 216-1845 A favorite stop for locals and Europeans alike.

Value, Quality and an unforgettable dining experience in Downtown Santa Fe.

La Cocina de Doña Clara Santa Fe Village, 227 Don Gaspar Ave., 983-6455 Mexican food for lovers of the authentic.

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The Compound

653 Canyon Road, 982-4353 Rich, excellently prepared contemporary American cuisine.

Coyote Café

132 W Water St., 983-1615 Fine dining with classics and a seasonal menu plus some of the best cocktails in the city.

Del Charro Saloon

101 W Alameda St., 954-0320 Dine inexpensively in a rich atmosphere complete with kiva fireplaces and leather chairs.

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The Dragon Room

406 Old Santa Fe Trail, 983-7712 A great happy hour menu and plenty of popcorn in a comfortable, funky space.

Ecco Espresso & Gelato

105 E Marcy St., 986-9778 Fresh ingredients go into gelato flavors that change with the season. Wave to the SFR offices next door!

Eloisa

Drury Plaza Hotel, 228 E Palace Ave., 982-0883 Elegant fine food at downtown’s newest hotel.

Espresso de Arte

376 Garcia St., 983-3085 Coffee, espresso drinks, pastries and light fare. Plus, periodicals galore.

Plaza Galeria, 66 E San Francisco St., Ste. LL1, 470-9466 Pop in for fine sandwiches at even finer prices.

Estevan Restaurante

Hotel Chimayó, 125 Washington Ave., 930-5363 Chef Estevan Garcia presents honest New Mexican food with a French twist.

El Farol

808 Canyon Road, 983-9912 Renovations are underway with promise of a summer re-opening.

Five & Dime General Store

58 E San Francisco St., 992-1800 World-famous Frito pie with a side of tchotchkes.

La Fogata Grill

112 W San Francisco St., Ste. 101, 983-7302 It may take a minute to find, but definitely try this basement stop for Latin foods.

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The French Pastry Shop

La Fonda Hotel, 100 E San Francisco St., 983-6697 Bring some cash and a good appetite for casual French fare, bread and pastries.

Galisteo Bistro

227 Galisteo St., 982-3700 Tapas and bistro classics are prepared with care, and a hefty wine list is a great companion.

Georgia

225 Johnson St., 989-4367 The gastropub serves up everything from mac and cheese to filet mignon.

Geronimo

724 Canyon Road, 982-1500 The finest of fine dining in town is sure to please,

according to voters in our Best of Santa Fe poll.

Gourmet Today Café 410 Old Santa Fe Trail, 903-649-2128 Are you a legislator? Are you not a legislator? Either way, grab lunch and a slice of pie next to the Roundhouse.

Holy Spirit Espresso

225 W San Francisco St., 920-3664 Arguably the best coffee downtown, all from a closet-sized hole in the wall.

HQ Santa Fe

411 W Water St., 988-8042 A new downtown coffee shop sells beer and has a voraciously local vibe. Bang Bite is in the parking lot, too.


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India Palace

227 Don Gaspar Ave., 986-5859 Arrive hungry, because this Indian food satisfies.

Izmi Sushi

105 E Marcy St., 424-1311 The slogan is “More fish, less rice,” because that’s what we want from our sushi.

Johnnie’s Cash Store

420 Camino Don Miguel, 982-9506 This general store’s tamales are nothing short of legendary.

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La Posada de Santa Fe, 330 E Palace Ave., 986-0000 Enjoy fine breakfast, lunch and dinner at the restaurant named after a ghost.

Luminaria

Inn and Spa at Loretto, 211 Old Santa Fe Trail, 984-7915 Casual fine dining and a beautiful patio give a true Santa Fe experience.

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210 DON GASPAR AVENUE (505) 983-5700

Los Magueyes Mexican Restaurant 31 Burro Alley, 992-0304 Top off your meal with the delectable flan.

Mangiamo Pronto!

228 Old Santa Fe Trail, 989-1904 Every Italian restaurant should offer gluten-free options as good as these.

El Mesón

213 Washington Ave., 983-6756 Sample spectacular tapas and enjoy live music, sometimes even dancing.

Milad Persian Bistro

802 Canyon Road, 303-3581 New exotic Persian and Iranian tastes shake up the traditional Canyon Road scene.

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Mucho Gusto

839 Paseo de Peralta, 955-8402 A true Santa Fe hidden gem, serving up Mexican dishes.

Museum Hill Café

710 Camino Lejo, 984-8900 All that art can make you hungry. Here, the food and the ambiance are classy.

New York Deli

420 Catron St., 982-8900 Bagels and lox are East Coast-y enough, but they even have Snapple.

The Old House Restaurant

Eldorado Hotel, 309 W San Francisco St., 995-4530 Seriously romantic digs and deliciously fancy meals.

L’Olivier

229 Galisteo St., 989-1919 Bold Southwestern flavors are infused into classic French fare. Prix fixe too!

Oritz Café

Hilton Santa Fe, 100 Sandoval St., 988-2811 Light fare and pastries make this a perfect stop for recharging downtown.

Osteria d’Assisi

58 S Federal Place, 986-5858 Food beloved by locals and Italians alike.

The Palace Restaurant & Saloon 142 W Palace Ave., 428-0690 Get your drink on, do

some dancing and sample the late-night menu until 1 am. They provide the flashlights.

Palacio Café

209 E Palace Ave., 989-3505 Sun yourself at a window seat with enchiladas or a sandwich in the cozy dining room.

Palacio Café II

Santa Fe Village, 227 Don Gaspar Ave., 820-7888 Don’t want to walk all the way to Palace Avenue? Get your fix on Don Gaspar.

Il Piatto

95 W Marcy St., 984-1091 It’s been 20 delicious years of fresh Italian dishes for Il Piatto.

The Pink Adobe

406 Old Santa Fe Trail, 982-9762 For well over half a century, “The Pink” has satisfied with New Mexican favorites.

Plaza Café

54 Lincoln Ave., 982-1664 Not sure where to eat? This is always a standby for inexpensive, friendly fare.

La Plazuela Restaurant

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La Fonda Hotel, 100 E San Francisco St., 995-2334 Dine in the historic hotel’s

original patio sunroom.

Rio Chama Steakhouse

414 Old Santa Fe Trail, 955-0765 Dining is super elegant, the bar is super casual—it’s the best of both worlds.

Rooftop Pizzeria

Santa Fe Arcade, 60 E San Francisco St., Ste. 301, 984-0008 Enjoy a slice on the roof, as the name would suggest. From simple to decadent!

The Root Cellar

101 W Marcy St., 303-3879 A new brewpub offers fine food, mead and beers.

Roque’s Carnitas

Corner of Old Santa Fe Trail and E San Francisco Street Get a whiff of that mouth-watering smoke, already.


DOWNTOWN

San Francisco Street Bar & Grill

50 E San Francisco St., 982-2044 Head upstairs for food and drinks and happy hour too.

Santacafé

231 Washington Ave., 984-1788 Not just for special occasions, this town favorite serves a great Sunday brunch.

Santa Fe Bite

Garrett’s Desert Inn, 311 Old Santa Fe Trail, 982-0544 Regularly voted one of the best burgers in the country. Yes, the country.

Santa Fe Espresso Co. 56 E San Francisco St., 988-3858 Locals just know it as the Häagen-Dazs on the Plaza.

Sazón

221 Shelby St., 983-8604 Chef Fernando Olea serves sophisticated Mexican food, with a focus on the mole.

The Shed

113½ E Palace Ave., 982-9030 Slather Santa Fe’s best red chile on everything you can (with a side of garlic bread, of course).

Shohko Café

321 Johnson St., 982-9708 Santa Fe’s best upscale sushi and izakaya fare, with a sake menu to boot.

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Museum Hill Café

COME DANCE WITH

HARVEY

Sushi Land East

Santa Fe Arcade, 60 E San Francisco St. (enter on Water Street), 820-1178 Reliable sushi at a friendly price point.

Sweet Lily Bakery

229 Johnson St., 982-0455 Grab a good book and enjoy a cozy atmosphere. Gluten-free and vegan options available.

LA FIESTA LOUNGE I N S I D E LA FONDA LOBBY

Tabla de los Santos

Hotel St. Francis, 210 Don Gaspar Ave., 992-6354 A seasonal menu might include everything from crispy quail to mac and cheese. Great holiday prixefixe meals too.

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DOWNTOWN

Foodof ofthe the Southwest Southwest and Food andOld OldMexico Mexico

Te l: 505 455 7000 Tel: 505open 455 7000 reservations recommended• daily for lunch and dinner guacamole prepared at your table • handmade corn tortillas reservations recommended open daily for lunch and dinner

guacamole prepared at your table Zagat rated "one of America's Best" patio dining with mountain views handmade corn tortillas The Source For Fine New Mexican Art art • sculpture • jewelry • furniture Av ailable for Private Events Te l: 505 455 9230 www.gabriel-gallery.com

La Choza

The Teahouse

821 Canyon Road, 992-0972 Your stop for incredible tea options, not to mention breakfast, lunch and dinner.

TerraCotta Wine Bistro 304 Johnson St., 989-1166 Enjoy high-class food and fine wine in a comfy and vibrant environment.

Thai Café

329 W San Francisco St., 982-3886 Order yours mild, medium, hot or—if you dare—Thai hot.

Thunderbird Bar & Grill

50 Lincoln Ave., 490-6550 A perfect second-story deck overlooks the Plaza.

Food of the Southwest and Old Mexico Te l: 505 455 7000 reservations recommended• open daily for lunch and dinner guacamole prepared at your table • handmade corn tortillas

Tia Sophia’s

210 W San Francisco St., 983-9880 Locals pack it in every morning for the best breakfast

Exit 176 Cuyamungue Highway 84/ 285 5 minutes North of the Opera Santa Fe, NM

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burritos. This is a bit of an institution, so arrive early.

Travel Bug Coffee Shop

839 Paseo de Peralta, 992-0418 Do you need coffee, a day tripper’s guide to Paris and a custom-printed USGS map? This is the place.

Upper Crust Pizza

329 Old Santa Fe Trail, 982-0000 From the traditional to the unique (pine nut and broccoli pizza, anyone?).

Verde Juice Co.

105 E Marcy St., 983-8147 Organic juice and cleanse kits are friendly to the body. Plus, other healthy food.

Il Vicino

321 W San Francisco St., 986-8700 Not just pizza—get a great salad too, if that’s more your speed. Did you know they also brew their own beer? Yowza!


Caveman Coffee Cave

RAILYARD/ GUADALUPE STRETCH 5 Star Burgers

604 N Guadalupe St., Ste. A, 983-8977 Take a break from errands for an affordable and delicious lunch or dinner.

Andiamo!

322 Garfield St., 995-9595 Local ingredients and imported Italian sensibilities.

Andale

328 Sandoval St. (in Primo Cigars parking lot), 995-9595 Smoke a stogie and hit the food truck.

Atrisco Café & Bar

DeVargas Center, 193 Paseo de Peralta, 983-7401 This local spot features carefully crafted New Mexican entrees.

Bambini’s Steaks & Hoagies

905 S St. Francis Drive, 699-2243 You’d think this food truck just rolled in from Philly, they serve it up so authentically.

Bouche French Bistro

51 W Alameda St. (enter on W Water Street), 982-6297 A local mainstay still impresses, now with a little Italian flavor mixed in with French.

Boxcar

530 S Guadalupe St., 988-7222 Watch a game on the jumbo TVs, catch some live music and eat bar food that’s way better than bar food.

Café Sonder

326 S Guadalupe St., 982-9170 A new venture from the folks who brought you the Plaza Café. Get a Japanese farmhouse breakfast to start the day and end with a big ol’ plate of pork ribs.

1221 Flagman Way (inside Undisputed Fitness), 992-2577 You don’t have to be a fitness junkie to get seriously addicted to the coffee, protein drinks and daily breakfast and lunch options.

Casa Chimayó

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RAILYARD/GUADALUPE

409 W Water St., 428-0391 Traditional New Mexican dishes tell the story of “New Spain.”

Chopstix Oriental Food

238 N Guadalupe St., 820-2126 Get your Chinese food fix from a friendly staff of takeout masters.

La Choza

905 Alarid St., 982-0909 If The Shed is too packed, visit its only-slightly-lesspacked sister restaurant for amazing New Mexican food in a casual atmosphere.

Clafoutis

402 N Guadalupe St., 988-1809 Pastries and French food—at press time, word is they’re soon moving to Body (333 W Cordova Road), so check ahead.

Cowgirl BBQ

319 S Guadalupe St., 982-2565 Let your kids run amok in the indoor playground while you down a margarita or a giant brisket sandwich.

Derailed

Sage Inn, 725 Cerrillos Road, 982-5952 Not just for hotel guests, locals too should check out its varied menu.

Dinner for Two

106 N Guadalupe St., 820-2075 Finely finished plates with throwback tableside Caesar salad and bananas Foster.

Fire & Hops

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Indulge Café

317 Aztec St., 930-5983 Vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options for the sensitive and conscientious.

Jinja Bar & Bistro

510 N Guadalupe St., 982-4321 Get cozy with some of the best Asian plates in the city.

Joseph’s of Santa Fe

428 Agua Fría St., 982-1272 Sophisticated fare, friendly staff and a great wine list.

Kohnami

313 S Guadalupe St., 984-2002 From hand rolls to nigiri, your Japanese cravings will be satisfied.

Love Yourself Café

DeVargas Center, 199 Paseo de Peralta, 983-5683 Organic, gluten-free and made with love—what more do you need?

Ohori’s Coffee

Luna Center, 505 Cerrillos Road, 982-9692 Do you want to drink the most roasted coffee on earth? Ohori’s will send you to the dark side.

Omira Bar & Grill

1005 S St. Francis Drive, 780-5483 Turn on your meat light so servers keep it coming until you can’t stand at this Brazilian grill.

Pizza Etc.

DeVargas Center, 556 N Guadalupe St., 986-1500 Grab a slice between errands.

Pizzeria & Trattoria da Lino

204 N Guadalupe St., Ste. B, 982-8474 Unmatched wood-fired pie might even bring a smile to a New Yorker’s face.

Pranzo Italian Grill

540 Montezuma Ave., 984-2645 Italian comfort food at its finest, and a piano lounge.

RA Organics

316 Garfield St., 766-9185 Feeling not-so-hot? Get some superfood to charge up. Feeling yesso-hot? Feel even better with coffee, smoothies and more!

Raaga

544 Agua Fría St., 820-6440 Taste northern Indian fare infused with fine spices and fresh herbs, served mild.

Radish & Rye

548 Agua Fría St., 930-5325 A great bourbon cocktail list accompanies a superb seasonal menu.

Rasa Juice Bar

815 Early St., 989-1288 Ayurvedic choices abound. Indulge without guilt!

Tune-Up Café

Sabor Peruano

DeVargas Center, 163 Paseo de Peralta, 358-3829 Potatoes with cheese, Peruvian chilis, hard-boiled eggs and olives... and that’s just the appetizer. Check out this new stop!

Santa Fe Bar & Grill

DeVargas Center, 187 Paseo de Peralta, 982-3033 Consistently good food, from American to Mexican, and a full bar.

Second Street Brewery (Railyard)

1607 Paseo de Peralta, Ste. 10, 989-3278 The barflies know what’s up. Great beer

Lokote

and arguably the best wings in town, plus live music.

State Capital Kitchen 500 Sandoval St., 467-8237 Expert American dishes with a dim sum-style bonus cart.

Talin Market

505 Cerrillos Road, Ste. B-101, 780-5073 Grab a healthy lunch any day, but don’t miss Dumpling Mondays.

Tomasita’s

500 S Guadalupe St., 983-5721 This Santa Fe favorite is

famed for its chile and margaritas.

Vanessie

427 W Water St., 982-9966 Excellent cocktails, great steak and live entertainment for three decades.

Violet Crown

1606 Alcaldesa St., 216-5678 Bring your fancy pub grub into the movie theater, or just enjoy the patio.

Whole Hog Café

320 S Guadalupe St., 474-3375 Award-winning barbecue served up fast and casual. Don’t forget the banana pudding, Nilla Wafers and all.

Womens’ clothing

Tattoos 1198 Morning Dr Santa Fe

505-316-1028 or 505-200-3779

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Whoo’s Donuts

851 Cerrillos Road, Ste. B, 629-1678 Unique, irresistible flavors on hearty, cakey donuts. Oh yes.

WEST ALAMEDA/ AGUA FRÍA Barrio Brinery

1413-B W Alameda St., 699-9812 If you think you don’t like pickled foods, give the handcrafted stuff a try.

The Betterday Coffee Shop

Solana Center, 905 W Alameda St., 780-8059 Bring your laptop and get some work done with Stumptown coffee and espresso.

The Kitchen

Plants of the Southwest, 3095 Agua Fría St., 465-9535 Open weekdays April-October, this seasonal locale serves one vegetarian lunch entree a day.

Masa Sushi

Solana Center, 927 W Alameda St., 982-3334 Check out the noodles and sushi at this mellow neighborhood haunt.

Pho Kim

Solana Center, 919 W Alameda St., 820-6777 A varied Vietnamese menu is sure to delight on the patio or inside.

Piccolino

2890 Agua Fría St., 471-1480 The only “red sauce joint” in town serves up delicious casual Italian fare.

Tune-Up Café

1115 Hickox St., 983-7060 Breakfast, lunch and dinner never tasted so good at this American-New Mexican-El Salvadorean hotspot.

Valentina’s

Solana Center, 945 W Alameda St., 988-7165 Mexican and New Mexican favorites abound, and some really good sopaipillas. Dang.

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WEST ALAMEDA/AGUA FRIA

Unforgettable red & green Chile new MexiCan & aMeriCan CoMfort foods weekly dinner speCials breakfast served all day

SOUTH CAPITOL Body Market

333 W Cordova Road, 986-0362 Grab-and-go options that keep your health in mind.

Capitol Coffee Co.

507 Old Santa Fe Trail, 983-0646 Nicely roasted coffee in cups or beans and some latte art.

Chicago Dog Express

1820 Cerrillos Rd

600 Cerrillos Road, 984-2798 These dogs even get the approval of Windy City natives. Yes, you get a pickle alongside.

505-986-0022

www.pantrysantafe.com

El Chile Toreado

SANTA FE’S

950 W Cordova Road, 500-0033 Some say the best breakfast burritos in town can be found in this little food truck.

Historic Dining Venue

Cleopatra’s Café

the

Design Center, 418 Cerrillos Road, 820-7381 Middle Eastern and Mediterranean specialties quick and delicious.

alace

restaurant & saloon

Dulce Bakery & Coffee

1100 Don Diego Ave., 989-9966 Cupcakes almost too pretty to eat (but do eat them, they’re delicious).

Kakawa Chocolate House 1050 E Paseo de Peralta, 982-0388 The chocolate here isn’t just delicious—it can help heal your soul. Drink it up.

Kaune’s Neighborhood Market

511 Old Santa Fe Trail, 982-2629 Chopped salad bar and prepacked lunches from this local grocery store are handy.

142 W Palace Ave (505) 428-0690 palacesantafe.com Tuesday- Saturday 5 pm - 1am | Sunday Brunch 11am - 4 pm

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SOUTH CAPITOL

The Kitchen Window

Design Center, 418 Cerrillos Road, 982-0048 Delicious basics and great juice drinks.

Maria’s

555 W Cordova Road, 983-7929 Over 100 tequilas make this your spot for margaritas—and great New Mexican food.

Mariscos La Playa

537 W Cordova Road, 982-2790 Don’t fear fish in the desert! It’s so delicious here!

Modern General

637 Cerrillos Road, 930-5462 Soup, smoothies, gardening tools and sandwiches.

live acoustic music Friday & Saturday from 6:00pm

New Mexico Hard Cider Taproom

505 Cerrillos Road, Ste. A105, 231-0632 Get pub fare along with the city’s best hard cider.

Ohori’s Coffee

1098 ½ St. Francis Drive, 982-9692 One of Santa Fe’s favorite cups (if you like it dark, dark, dark).

Paper Dosa

SATURDAY arket 8am-1pm M

EAT FRESH BUY LOCAL

Early opening 7am June-Sept

OPEN YEAR-ROUND R A I L Y A R D M A R K E T

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551 W Cordova Road, 930-5521 Southern Indian dishes.

Pizza Centro

Design Center, 418 Cerrillos Road, 988-8825 The closest thing you can find to New York pizza here.

Hours always the same as Saturday

RAILYARD MARKET

WEDNESDAY eningMarket Ev JUNE 21 thru SEPT. 27

Pyramid Café

505 W Cordova Road, 989-1378 Mediterranean fare of all stripes.

3pm-7pm

RAILYARD MARKET

EL MERCADO el Sur D TION

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Restaurant Martín

3pm-6pm

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10am-4pm

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535 Cerrillos Road, 820-7243 For 20 years, Sage has been serving up the best bread in town, plus sandwiches and tarts.

Saigon Café

501 W Cordova Road, 988-4951 Don’t let the humble locale fool you—this place is your ticket to Vietnam. Don’t miss the coffee, if coffee is your bag.

Santa Fe BBQ

600 Old Santa Fe Trail, 573-4816 Check ahead to see if the food truck will be there (at the old filling station), or just follow your nose.

Saveur

204 Montezuma Ave., 989-4200 Especially great for a quick lunch, this restaurant is buffet-style French food.

Shake Foundation

631 Cerrillos Road, 988-8992 Get your burgers, fries, adobe mud shakes and more from a walk-up window.

Street Food Institute

Corner of Paseo de Peralta and Old Santa Fe Trail Santa Fe Community College student chefs cook a delicious ever-changing menu. Visit streetfoodinstitute.org to see when they’re serving.

Tiny’s Restaurant & Lounge 1005 St. Francis Drive, 983-9817 Charmingly divey, get New Mexican and American that’s hearty and generous—and hapy hour all day until the music starts. Rock on.

Vinaigrette

526 Galisteo St., 820-0919 Progressive, refreshingly unique American cuisine.

709 Don Cubero Alley, 820-9205 Sustainability is key for the best salad in town. Try a Vinny Sunrise, a tumeric mimosa or the gumbo, too.

El Sabor Spanish Tapas y Másss

Yin Yang

Corner of Paseo de Peralta and Old Santa Fe Trail, 316-5084 Flash-fried avo and fish tacos from a food truck!

lleria Art & Gift Ga

Sage Bakehouse

Design Center, 418 Cerrillos Road, 986-9279 Everything you’d expect from a Chinese joint, plus many specials.


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TRIANGLE DISTRICT/ST. MICHAEL’S

Paper Dosa

Cuba Fe

TRIANGLE DISTRICT/ST. MICHAEL’S DRIVE Annapurna’s World Vegetarian Café

1620 St. Michael’s Drive, 988-9688 Eat without fear—vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, clean, they do it all!

Back Road Pizza

1807 Second St., Ste. 1, 955-9055 You can’t top the delicious crispy cornmeal-dusted crust. They’re also super involved in the community.

The Bonsai Asian Tacos

1599 S St. Francis Drive, 316-9418 A glorious food truck serves up tacos, Eastern-style.

Burrito Spot

1057 Cerrillos Road, 820-0779 One of three locations in town, hit the Cerrillos/Cordova location for a fast fix.

1406 Third St., 204-4221 The embargo has been lifted! The vibrant flavors of Cuba infiltrate New Mexico.

Chocolate Maven

821 W San Mateo Road, 984-1980 Great food, sure, but you’re really here for the exquisite desserts.

Chow’s Asian Bistro

Gelato (Low-fat italian ice cream)

720 St. Michael’s Drive, Ste. Q, 471-7120 Asian fusion made with care for nearly three decades.

handmade fresh daily on premises, using only natural & organic ingredients

authentic espresso, lattes

Counter Culture Café

cappuccinos, shakes, chai, tea, italian sodas & frappes

930 Baca St., 995-1105 Bring cash for a diverse and delicious menu, plus huge cinnamon rolls.

Locally Owned & Operated

128 E. Marcy St.

Felipe’s Tacos

505-986-9778 www.eccogelato.com

711 Llano St., Ste. A/B, 473-9397 Get Santa Fe’s best tacos for breakfast, lunch and dinner!

monday-sunday early-late

Iconik Coffee Roasters

sandwiches, panini & salads Fresh Sage Bakehouse bread

1600 Lena St., 428-0996 Hand-roasted coffee and thoughtful food is served in a hip environment.

quick, Fresh & Natural!

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TRIANGLE DISTRICT/ST. MICHAEL’S

SOUTHSIDE BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER DESSERT FULL BAR HAPPY HOUR BAKERY CATERING 3466 ZAFARANO DR. / SAN ISIDRO PLAZA / SANTA FE, NM 505.424.0755 WWW.PLAZACAFESOUTHSIDE.COM

Jambo Café

La Loncherita Salvadoreña

1741 Llano St., 316-2228 Pupusas galore from this beloved food truck. Pull up a lawn chair and chow down!

La Lecheria

Pizzeria Espiritu

Loyal Hound

Ramblin’ Café

Kai Sushi

720 St. Michael’s Drive, 438-7221 Fantastic rolls at low-brow prices.

AUTHENTIC NEW MEXICAN CUISINE

DINING & ENTERTAINMENT • FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

Midtown Bistro

1005 South Saint Francis Drive Santa Fe • New Mexico

901 W San Mateo Road, Ste. A, 820-3121 Brunch, lunch and dinner in an airy, comfortable space.

(505) 983 - 9817 • www.tinyssantafe.com

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1711 Llano St., Ste. F/G, 473-7703 If you like lots of stuff between bread, there is nowhere else to go.

1708 Lena St., 205-1595 Bespoke ice cream in flavors that change by the season— sweet corn, chocolate sea salt or green chile cajeta, anyone?

730 St. Michael’s Drive, 471-0440 Comfort food done really well, accompanied by great beer and wine.

Serving Santa Fe Since 1950

Mucho, The Gourmet Sandwich Shoppe

1722 St. Michael’s Drive, 424-8000 Not just pizza, but the spirit of fine Italian food.

1420 Second St., 989-1272 Spicy chile, good prices and fast service.

Second Street Brewery (Original)

1814 Second St., 982-3030 Grab a table for 10 or a stool for one and listen to some live music.

Sunrise Family Restaurant

1851 St. Michael’s Drive, 820-0643 Like a brand new day, it’s just plain good!


Sweetwater Harvest Kitchen

1512 Pacheco St., Bldg. B, 795-7383 It’s all about good food, good vibes and community involvement. Gluten-free treats available!

Tecolote

1616-A St. Michael’s Drive, 988-1362 The best breakfast potatoes in town. Don’t you dare skip that bakery basket.

Verde Juice Co.

851 W San Mateo Road, 780-5151 Their organic juices nourish and detox at the same delicious time.

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CERRILLOS ROAD CORRIDOR

Cacao

3201 Richards Lane, 471-0891 Fine chocolates in the heart of Santa Fe’s up-and-coming industrial district, and a coffee bar in the back room.

Café Castro

2811 Cerrillos Road, 473-5800 A devout following swears by the tasty local dishes.

El Comal Restaurant

3571 Cerrillos Road, 471-3224 Tourists and locals love the Mexican food and friendly service.

The Railyard’s favorite gathering place

Dion’s Pizza

Derailed is the perfect spot for gathering

2014 Cerrillos Road, 424-7333 People from places with real pizza actually like this pizza!

with family, friends, or colleagues.

have you heard?

Dr. Field Goods Kitchen

CERRILLOS ROAD CORRIDOR Adelita’s Mexican Restaurant

3136 Cerrillos Road, 474-4897 Mexican food, mariachi music and karaoke nights! Mmm, queso fundido...

Aldana’s Restaurant

3875 Cerrillos Road, Ste. 12, 471-0271 Meals sans frills. Drop in for quality Mexican, New Mexican and American.

Baja Tacos

2860 Cerrillos Road, Ste. A1, 471-0043 Adventurous yet comforting gastropub fare at its finest.

Derailed at the Sage Inn is rocking, the patio is warming up and we hear it may NOT be the best kept secret in the neighborhood anymore!

Duel Brewing

1228 Parkway Drive, Unit D, 474-5301 The Belgian-style taproom also serves up hearty sandwiches, snacks and charcuterie boards.

Stop by to try our new menu, featuring some classic New Mexican dishes, to go along with our great Beer, Wine and Margarita offerings.

India House

2501 Cerrillos Road, 471-2651 Excellent Indian fare served by some of the friendliest waitstaff around.

Jambo Café

2621 Cerrillos Road, 471-8762 Awesome tacos on the cheap.

2010 Cerrillos Road, 473-1269 One of Santa Fe’s favorite restaurants serves up amazing Afro-Caribbean meals. Two words: Fried plantains.

Bodega Prime

Java Joe’s

1291 San Felipe Ave., 303-3535 Unique sandwiches crafted with care, plus preserved treats to take home.

1248 Siler Road, 930-5763 is the perfect spot for gathering Joe brings good coffee Derailed to the industrial pocket of Santa Fe,with family, friends, or colleagues. with great success.

Burrito Spot

anyone Lan’s Vietnamese Cuisine

2207 Cerrillos Road, 474-6202 Step away from the handheld breakfast burrito. No, don’t. Eat 100 of them.

The Railyard’s Drink·Dine·Unwind favoriteOpen gathering place every evening • Happy hour 4–6 pm • Specials • Live Music

Our menu offers creative dishes to satisfy and all tastes. Enjoy craft beers, popular 2430 Cerrillos Road, wine varietals, classic cocktails, and specialty 986-1636 margaritas. The patio is open year-round In the heart ofwith Santa Fe Chef-owner Lan Tran has and fire pits. served up authentic Vietnam- comfy sofas, blankets, derailedsantafe.com ese cuisine since 2008. All this and affordable lodging at theCERRILLOS Santa Fe RD • SANTA FE 505-982-5952 • 725 Sage Inn, just blocks from the Rail Runner station. CONTINUED ON PAGE 112 >>

D 1r0 9i n k · D i n e · U n w i n d Open every evening • Happy hour 4–6 pm • Specials • Live Music


Behind the Scenes at a Santa Fe Institution

LUNCH • DINNER • BAR

Reservations: 505.982.4353 653 Canyon Road compoundrestaurant.com

A Mark Kiffin Restaurant featuring Sous Chef Michael Leonard preparing fresh pasta. Photo by Kate Russell.

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Holiday Dining Guide BY GWYNETH DOLAND

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anta Fe is full of beautiful restaurants and hotels that serve celebratory meals on holidays when you’d expect most places to be closed, from Easter to Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve. So when the idea of cooking makes you want to throw in the dishtowel, make a reservation at one of these spots. Also try calling your favorite restaurant—you may be surprised at what’s open!

ANASAZI RESTAURANT

Inn of the Anasazi, 113 Washington Ave., 988-3236 This lovely hotel restaurant serves big, lavish meals on all holidays, with a very accommodating schedule.

ARROYO VINO

218 Camino La Tierra, 983-2100 The gem of Las Campanas often serves special prix fixe menus on Christmas and New Year’s Eves. Special draw: the huge number of fine bottles

available from the attached wine shop.

version of its regular menu on special days like Thanksgiving. Book as far in advance as you can.

LA CASA SENA

125 E Palace Ave, 988-9232

LA PLAZUELA

At Thanksgiving you can dine at this historic restaurant—or order a feast to go. Open most holidays.

La Fonda Hotel, 100 E San Francisco St., 995-2334 The buffets here are a tradition, with familiar favorites and a family-friendly scene.

THE COMPOUND

653 Canyon Road, 982-4353

LUMINARIA

Reservations are available for some holidays. Last Thanksgiving the menu included sweetbreads and foie gras, oxtail torteletti pasta, jumbo lump crab cake and smoked salmon.

Inn and Spa at Loretto, 211 Old Santa Fe Trail, 984-7915 Trendy but approachable special menus on holidays are often available with optional wine pairings.

COYOTE CAFÉ

RESTAURANT MARTÍN

Typically Coyote serves a modified version of its standard menu on holidays. Check online to see if your favorites are available.

Santa Fe’s native son Martín Rios often serves a prix fixe menu on holidays. The Thanksgiving menu has included dishes like maple-brined turkey with cornbread sausage stuffing, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, charred broccolini, butter yams and cranberryapple chutney.

526 Galisteo St., 820-0919

132 W Water St., 983-1615

GERONIMO

724 Canyon Road, 982-1500 Geronimo also often serves a slimmed-down, tricked-out

THE OLD HOUSE RESTAURANT

Eldorado Hotel, 309 W San Francisco St., 995-4530 Check out the holiday brunch options here, which are often a much better value than the expensive dinners.

OSTERIA D’ASSISI

58 S Federal Place, 986-5858 Osteria specializes in Italian-accented holiday meals with dishes like braised lamb shank, salmon in tomato pesto cream sauce, breaded eggplant and house-made seafood ravioli.

TABLA DE LOS SANTOS

Hotel St. Francis, 210 Don Gaspar Ave., 992-6354 Check out Hotel St. Francis for elegant but affordable New Mexico-flavored holiday meals.

TERRA RESTAURANT

Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado, 198 Hwy. 592, 946-5700 This spa resort offers big buffets where you shouldn’t be surprised to find a gnocchi and risotto station next to the meat carving table.

September 15-17, 2017 Friday the 15th evening parade starting at the Capitol, music to follow at the Plaza Saturday the 16th festival at Fort Marcy Park Sunday the 17th Brunch at Museum Hill Café www.santafepride.org; santafehra Download our new app: search for Santa Fe Pride in Google Play or Apple Store

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Lu Lu’s Chinese Cuisine

SANTA FE PREP

3011 Cerrillos Road, 473-1688 Stop in for some of the best Chinese food in town.

Lucia’s

2411 Cerrillos Road, 471-0585 Fresh Mexican right where you need it: midtown.

M.A.M.A.’S World Take-Out 3134 Rufina St., 424-1116 The name stands for Middle Eastern, American, Mexican, Asian and Salvadoran.

Mariscos Costa Azul

2875 Cerrillos Road, 473-4594 A table full of oysters never tasted so good as in this colorful dining room.

Ortega’s Jerky

2841 Cerrillos Road (in the Cheeks parking lot) Carne seca at its best. Let it rain.

El Paisano Café

3140 Cerrillos Road, 424-9105 A grocery store with an awesome lunch counter is greater than the sum of its parts.

The Pantry

1820 Cerrillos Road, 986-0022 A local staple serves up nofrills diner food for breakfast (!), lunch and dinner. Buenos dias with that smoky red chile, please.

El Parasol

1833 Cerrillos Road, 995-8015 Look for the colorful umbrella for mouthwatering burritos.

Pizza 9

1965 Cerrillos Road, 982-8989 Chicago-style pizza and all the other staples you could want from a pizzeria.

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Pollo Asado

2864 Cerrillos Road (in the Cheeks parking lot), 316-4085 If you’ve ever driven down Cerrillos with your windows down, you’ve smelled this perfectly spiced grilled chicken.

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Los Potrillos

1947 Cerrillos Road, 992-0550 Authentic Mexican and New Mexican dishes pack this local favorite daily.

Realburger

2641 Cerrillos Road, 474-7325 Burgers of all stripes at reasonable prices tucked away on Cerrillos.

Red Enchilada

1310 Osage Ave., 820-6552 A perennial locals’ favorite serves up super-authentic Mexican, Central American and New Mexican.

Restaurante El Salvadoreño

2900 Cerrillos Road, 474-3512 If you’ve never had a pupusa, let them show you how it’s done.

El Rinconcito del Sabor

2864 Cerrillos Road (in the Cactus Centro parking lot), 913-1558 Fabulous food truck eats from scratch—brush up on your Spanish, too.

Rowley Farmhouse Ales

1405 Maclovia St., 428-0719 Great beer (theirs own and a collection from others) and great food make this new restaurant a must-try.

Thai Vegan

1710 Cerrillos Road, 954-1780 An extensive vegan and gluten-free menu make this a go-to spot for the discerning.

Tokyo Café

1847 Cerrillos Road, 982-1688 All the Japanese food your heart desires, and a drive-thru if you’re in a rush.

Tortilla Flats

3139 Cerrillos Road, 471-8685 They boast it’s where the locals eat, and after trying it, you’ll see why.

Weck’s

2000 Cerrillos Road, 471-9111 Generous portions of breakfast and lunch comfort foods.


RODEO ROAD Los Amigos

3904 Rodeo Road, 438-0600 Huge sopaipillas are just the beginning at this New Mexican-American restaurant.

Double Dragon

3005 S St. Francis Drive, Ste. D3, 989-8880 Fresh Chinese food that’s served up seven days a week, even late (yes, in Santa Fe, 10 pm is “late”).

Garbo’s Restaurant and Bar

Montecito Santa Fe, 500 Rodeo Road, 428-7777 Indulge in classic continental dishes in this unique retirement community, open many holidays too.

Home Run Pizza

Rodeo Plaza, 2801 W Rodeo Road, 424-6666 A neighborhood favorite serves pies up hot and fresh.

Java Joe’s

Rodeo Plaza, 2801 Rodeo Road, Ste. B8, 474-5282 Some of the best coffee in town in a comfy atmosphere, or hit the drive-through.

Joe’s Dining

Rodeo Plaza, 2801 Rodeo Road, 471-3800 Upscale farm-to-table diner fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner and a full bar are sure to please. Not related to that other Joe up there.

Maki Yaki

3003 S St. Francis Drive, Ste. C, 820-1930 Affordable and fast sushi and bento boxes.

Posa’s El Merendero

1514 Rodeo Road, 820-7672 We always hope that office lunches will be bags and bags of tamales.

SOUTHSIDE Blue Corn Brewery

4056 Cerrillos Road, 438-1800 From BBQ to fish ‘n chips, get great grub and beer on the Southside, and a different menu from the downtown location.

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Burrito Spot

5741 Airport Road, 471-1602 Feed the addiction with burritos, tacos, quesadillas and more.

Cafe Grazie

3530 Zafarano Drive, Ste. C-3, 471-0108 Italian fare for the whole family.

Cleopatra’s Café

3482 Zafarano Drive, 474-5644 Belly dancers frequent this Mediterranean space.

La Cocina de Doña Clara

4350 Airport Road, Ste. 4, 473-1081 The Southside outpost of the downtown restaurant serves up authentic Mexican food.

Compas Tacos

Airport Road and Fields Lane A taco truck on every corner! Airport Road truly is our president’s worst nightmare, and our daydream.

Los Dogos

3985 Cerrillos Road, 455-6147 Surrender your buds to this evening food truck’s Juárezstyle dogs.

Flying Tortilla

4250 Cerrillos Road, 424-1680 When the Pantry’s line is out the door, visit the sister restaurant that’s just as tasty.

Horseman’s Haven

4354 Cerrillos Road, 471-5420 Accept the challenge of the hottest and best green chile in town. CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE >>

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4350 Airport Road, Ste. 15, 424-8889 Get Chinese, American and New Mexican food at the same time. They deliver!

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Posa’s El Merendero

4056 Cerrillos Road, 424-1200 Start spreading the news: Breakfast is served all day at this hotspot.

3538 Zafarano Drive, Ste. A2, 473-3454 Just buy 50 tamales and call it a day.

Panadería y Lonchería Esmeralda

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El Parasol

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3466 Zafarano Drive, 424-0755 The downtown institution brings its fresh diner food and New Mexican dishes way down Cerrillos.

4681 Airport Road, Ste. 1, 438-6622 If you haven’t tried Mexican-style seafood, you’re truly missing out.

El Queretaño

298 Dinosaur Trail, 995-8226 Good taste is not extinct on Dinosaur Trail. Get authentic Mexican the locals swear by!

4430 Airport Road, 204-0306 Some call it the best food truck on Airport. Try it and report back to us.

PC’s Restaurant & Lounge

The Ranch House

4220 Airport Road, 473-7164 Authentic New Mexican food and chile that our food writer says is the best red in town.

Downtown Santa Fe • 707 Paseo de Peralta 505.989.8707 • www.ultimed.com

Pizza Centro

3470 Zafarano Drive, Ste. D, 471-6200 New York-style pizza (that means thin) does not disappoint.

6417 Airport Road, 424-9452 Their baked goods will keep you coming back. ¡Y queso fresco tambien!

Personalized Medical Attention Open 7 Days a Week • All Ages Welcome No Appointment Necessar y Convenient Downtown Location Therapeutic and Relaxing Environment From X-rays to Flu & Allergy Shots!

6417 Airport Road, 835-1925 Chicago-style pies (that means deep) and other Italian staples.

3482 Zafarano Drive, Ste. C, 474-2888 Miraculous New Mexican cuisine.

4434 Airport Road (in the Latinos Unidos parking lot), 577-1265 Complete your Airport Road food truck tour right here with Mexican food and drinks.

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Pizza 9

2571 Cristo’s Road, 424-8900 Best ribs in town, plus happy hour, nice service, moist brisket and TV in the bar.


Refresquería Las Delicias 4350 Airport Road, Ste. 13, 438-0280 Mexi snack foods that satisfy the sweetest tooth. Bring on the fresas con crema!

El Rey del Pollo

4350 Airport Road, Ste. 18, 570-1380 Is the chicken-suit guy dancing outside? No? You missed him.

San Q Sushi

3470 Zafarano Drive, Ste. C, 438-6222 Offers sushi, traditional donburi bowls and tapas.

Santa Fe Capitol Grill

3462 Zafarano Drive, 471-6800 A solid menu, a full bar and happy hour too.

NORTH OF SANTA FE Angelina’s

1226 N Railroad Ave., Española, 753-8543 Hit up this favorite family eatery for great Mexican and New Mexican food.

218 Camino La Tierra, 983-2100 Awesome American fare in Las Campanas. Hobnob with the fancy folk at SFR’s Restaurant of the Year for 2016-2017.

Cafe Aldea

6417 Airport Road, 467-8494 Stop in for authentic Mexican food.

Taquería Argelia

Chili Works

4720 Airport Road (in the Airport Road Car Wash parking lot), 204-5211 A big menu and reasonable prices, aka everything you want from a food truck.

1743 Trinity Drive, Los Alamos, 662-7591 Stick with their in-house protocol when ordering a burrito for breakfast or lunch.

Taqueria la Hacienda

424 S Riverside Drive, Española, 753-4234 You’ve never seen a more dapper hunk of ground beef! Fuel your Northern New Mexico adventure.

Airport Road and Zepol Road Tacos! Food trucks! Yes! A jerky guy may be there too.

Thai Café & Noodle Treats

3486 Zafarano Drive, 424-1818 As is the theme in town, the Southside sister of the downtown spot is sure to please.

Tres Colores

Fashion Outlets of Santa Fe, 8380 Cerrillos Road, 919-7181 Head out to the Fashion Outlets (no, seriously!) for some terrific mole.

Tribes Coffeehouse

3470 Zafarano Drive, Ste. A, 473-3615 A great meeting place that features stout coffee and local art for sale.

OPEN LATE

Arroyo Vino Restaurant & Wine Shop

60 Avenida Aldea, 473-2877 On your way into town from your house out 599? Stop in for a cup, or breakfast or lunch.

El Tapatío Restaurante

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Dandy’s Burgers

Gabriel’s

4 Banana Lane, Pojoaque, 455-7000 The tableside guacamole service is famous for a reason.

Izanami

21 Ten Thousand Waves Way, 982-9304 Locally sourced Japanese-inspired small plates complement your soak at Ten Thousand Waves.

LATE NIGHT HAPPY HOUR

JoAnn’s Ranch O Casados

505•303•3581

938 N Riverside Drive, Española, 753-1334 Traditional New Mexican food served in a great setting.

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Rancho de Chimayó Restaurante

Lov’n Oven Bakery

107 N Riverside Drive, Española, 753-5461 Come early to this hidden treasure, and bring cash; they sell out long before noon and don’t take plastic.

El Nido

1577 Bishops Lodge Road, 954-1272 The perennially adored Tesuque steakhouse is open after a multi-year hiatus, with new owners and a fresh perspective.

Painted Parrot Buffet

Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino, 20 Buffalo Thunder Trail, 819-2060 What’s a casino without an awesome all-you-can-eat trough?

Pajarito Brewpub & Grill

614 Trinity Drive, Los Alamos, 662-8877 Trivia Mondays, karaoke Tuesdays, great food all the time!

El Paragua

603 Santa Cruz Road, Española, 753-3211 Who’s ready for tacos?

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El Parasol

30 Cities of Gold Road, Pojoaque, 455-7185 Best. Tacos. Ever.

Rancho de Chimayó Restaurante

300 Juan Medina Road, Chimayó, 984-2100 For over 50 years, this James Beard-winning staple has served up traditional New Mexican food.

Red Sage

Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino, 20 Buffalo Thunder Trail, 819-2056 Creative dishes and a happy hour too!

Terra Restaurant

Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado, 198 State Road 592, 946-5700 A breathtaking dining room is the backdrop for innovative American cuisine.

Tesuque Village Market 138 Tesuque Village Road, 988-8848 The neighborhood haunt for folks from Tesuque and beyond.


The Mine Shaft Tavern

SOUTH OF SANTA FE Blue Heron Restaurant

Sunrise Springs Spa Resort, 242 Los Pinos Road, 780-8145 The restaurant at this beautiful spa near La Cienega is run by the capable hand of chef Rocky Durham.

The Bourbon Grill

104 Old Las Vegas Hwy., 984-8000 After working out at El Gancho, you totally deserve that steak.

Café Fina

624 Old Las Vegas Hwy., 466-3886 Feel less guilty about leaving a few bites behind—the Eldoroado-area stop composts scraps.

Harry’s Roadhouse

96B Old Las Vegas Hwy., 989-4629 The perfect place to go eat when you can’t decide where to eat.

The Hollar

2846 Hwy. 14, Madrid, 473-0743 One of the last great roadhouses is almost sure to change your life. Try the Mad Chile Burger or just keep it real with margs and onion rings.

Oasis Café

La Tienda Shopping Center, 7 Caliente Road, Eldorado, 467-8982 Plates for omnivores, as well as vegan and vegetarian options, abound at this Mediterranean-inspired spot.

Pecos Trail Inn, 2239 Old Pecos Trail, 9 82-9444 Authentic New Mexican grub for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Pizza Centro

Agora Center, 7 Avenida Vista Grande, Ste. D7, Eldorado, 466-3161 Eldorado dwellers don’t have to come all the way to Santa Fe for a great pie.

Java Junction

San Marcos Café

2859 Hwy. 14, Madrid, 471-5769 If you can catch ‘em when they’re open, do not miss this jaunty stop. Mama Lisa is a cook with serious chops and basically invites you into her kitchen to whip up awesome meals.

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La Plancha de Eldorado

La Tienda Shopping Center, 7 Caliente Road, Eldorado, 466-2060 Original Latin flavors and more in a relaxed setting. Neighborhood folks love it, so you probably will too.

Mama Lisa’s Ghost Town Kitchen and No Pity Café

Small batch bean-to-bar Craft Chocolate Exquisite Truffles, Chocolate Elixirs, & fresh roasted Coffee

Pecos Trail Café

2849 Hwy. 14, Madrid, 471-4821 Southern food that’s anything but sloppy. Can you say lavender cheese grits? Yes.

2855 Hwy. 14, Madrid, 438-2772 Local coffee pairs well with local pastries and conversation with the local folks.

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3877 Hwy. 14, 471-9298 Don’t worry, those geese out front are plastic. Come early for the cinnamon rolls. If you need chicken feed, you can pick it up at the adjacent feed store.

Upper Crust Pizza

5 Colina Drive, Eldorado, 471-1111 The pizza choices for Eldorado folks just keep on coming! Get a pie without schlepping into town. Occasional live music, too.

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Cacao Santa Fe: The Art & Culture of Chocolate�������������������������������51, 109, 117 Café Aldea������������������������������������������������������������������115 Café Castro ���������������������������������������������������������������109 Café des Artistes ��������������������������������������������������������97 Café Fina ��������������������������������������������������������������������117 Café Grazie�����������������������������������������������������������������113 Café Pasquals �������������������������������������������������������������97 Cafe Sonder���������������������������������������������������������103, 97 Caffe Greco �����������������������������������������������������������������97 Callejon, El��������������������������������������������������������������������97 Candyman Strings & Things, The�����������������������������43 Canyon Road Farolito Walk ��������������������������������������83 Capitol Coffee Co. ����������������������������������������������������105 Capitol Computer & Network Solutions������������������53 CarpetWorks����������������������������������������������������������������62 Carved Cutom Cabinets�������������������������������������������120 Casa Sena, La��������������������������������������������������������������97 Casa Sena Wine Shop, La�����������������������������������������53 Cava Santa Fe Lounge�����������������������������������������������97 Caveman Coffee �������������������������������������������������������103 Casa Chimayó������������������������������������������������������������103 Cedarwood Veterinary Clinic������������������������������������53 Center for Contemporary Arts����������������������������70, 85 Century Bank���������������������������������������������������������������24 CG Higgins �������������������������������������������������������������������51 Chainbreaker Collective��������������������������������������������61 Cheesemongers of Santa Fe ������������������������������������97 Chez Mamou Bakery & Café ������������������������������������97 Chicago Dog �������������������������������������������������������������105 Chile Toreado, El �������������������������������������������������������105 Chili Works ����������������������������������������������������������������115 Chocolate + Cashmere�����������������������������������������������53 Chocolate Maven �����������������������������������������������������107 Chocolatesmith, The ��������������������������������������������������53 Chopstix Oriental Food ��������������������������������������������103 Chow’s Asian Bistro �������������������������������������������������107 Choza, La �������������������������������������������������������������������103 Christus St. Vincent����������������������������������������������������68 Chrome Salon & Blowout Bar�����������������������������������40 Cosas Kitchen Shoppe & Cooking School, Las������54 City of Santa Fe Environmental Services Division���1 City of Santa Fe Parks and Recreation��������������������58 City of Santa Fe Trails�������������������������������������������������29 Cleopatra’s Café������������������������������������������������105, 113 Cliff’s Liquors����������������������������������������������������������������53 Cloufoutis ������������������������������������������������������������������103 Cocina de Doña Clara, La ���������������������������������97, 113 Comal Restaurant, El �����������������������������������������������109 Compas Tacos�����������������������������������������������������������113 Collected Works Bookstore and Coffeeshop���������44 Compound, The�������������������������������������������98, 111, 110 Congeries Consignment���������������������������������������������57 Connerly Chiropractic������������������������������������������������61 Contemporary Hispanic Market ������������������������������82 Corsini Bros. ���������������������������������������������������������45, 87 Counter Culture Café �����������������������������������������������107 Cowboys and Indians���������������������������������������������������2 Cowgirl BBQ, The����������������������������������������92, 103, 113 Cowgirl Red������������������������������������������������������������������60 Coyote Café����������������������������������������������������������98, 111 Critters & Me, The������������������������������������������������60, 51 Cuba Fe ����������������������������������������������������������������������107 Cupcake Clothing��������������������������������������������������������47 Currents New Media �������������������������������������������������80 Cutting Edge Flowers�������������������������������������������������53 Dandy’s Burgers��������������������������������������������������������115

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Daniella�������������������������������������������������������������������������47 Del Charro Saloon�������������������������������������������������������98 Del Norte Credit Union�����������������������������������������25, 33 Department of Cultural Affairs������������������������������������3 Derailed at the Sage�����������������������������������������103, 109 Design Warehouse�����������������������������������������������������57

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Detours at La Fonda Hotel�����������������������������������������48 DeVargas Health Center & Urgent Care�����������������32 Dinner for Two�����������������������������������������������������92, 103 Dion’s Pizza ���������������������������������������������������������������109 Dogos, Los������������������������������������������������������������������113 Doodlet’s ����������������������������������������������������������������������55 Double Dragon����������������������������������������������������������113 Double Take ����������������������������������������������������������������49 Double Take At the Ranch�����������������������������������������60 Downtown Subscription �������������������������������������77, 98 Dr. Caroline Williams, PhD, MP �������������������������������19 Dr. Field Goods Kitchen��������������������������������������������109 Dr. Richard Parker Dentistry�������������������������������������25 Dragon Room, The �����������������������������������������������92, 98 Dressman’s Gifts ��������������������������������������������������������55 Duel Brewing�������������������������������������������������������92, 109 Dulce Bakery & Coffee �������������������������������������������105

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ECCO Espresso & Gelato ����������������������������������98, 107 Edible Art Tour�������������������������������������������������������������80 Edition One Gallery ����������������������������������������������������70 El Flamenco Santa Fe by EntreFlamenco����������������81 Eldorado Country Pet�������������������������������������������������60 Eldorado Dental: Haley Ritchey, DDS��������������������103 Eldorado Studio Tour �������������������������������������������������80 Eloisa�����������������������������������������������������������������������98, 94 Entrada Contenta Health Center & Urgent Care����32 Empire Builders Supply Co., Inc.������������������������57, 50 Española Valley Humane Society�����������������������������31 Espresso de Arte���������������������������������������������������������98 Estevan Restaurante �������������������������������������������������98

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Fairchild & Co. ������������������������������������������������������������58 Fantase Dome Fest�����������������������������������������������������81 Farol, El�������������������������������������������������������������77, 92, 98 Fayette Street Academy��������������������������������������������61 Feed Bin, The���������������������������������������������������������������60 Felipe’s Tacos �����������������������������������������������������������107 Fiestas de Santa Fe ���������������������������������������������������83 Fire & Hops ���������������������������������������������������������������103 First Presbyterian Church������������������������������������������27 Five & Dime General Store ���������������������������������������98 FLY SANTA FE: Northern New Mexico Air Alliance������������������������������������������20 Flying Tortilla��������������������������������������������������������������113 FNL - Friday Networking Lunch��������������������������������59 Fogata Grill, La�������������������������������������������������������������98 Food Depot�����������������������������������������������������������������114 Fonda on the Plaza, La�����������������������������������������25, 27 Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantada ��������������39 Four Star Tattoo�����������������������������������������������������������57 Fiesta Lounge at La Fonda Hotel, La����������������������101 Frontier Frames�����������������������������������������������������25, 49 French Pastry Shop, The ������������������������������������������98 Ft. Marcy Recreation Complex���������������������������������39 Full Bloom Boutique���������������������������������������������������48

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Gabriel’s��������������������������������������������������������������115, 102 Galisteo Advanced Gynecology���������������������������������4 Galisteo Bistro ������������������������������������������������������������98 Garbo’s Restaurant and Bar������������������������������������113 Garcia Street Books���������������������������������������������������44 Genoveva Chavez Community Center���������������25, 39 Georgia ������������������������������������������������������������������92, 98 Georgia O’Keeffe Museum ���������������������������������73, 74 Geronimo �������������������������������������������������������������98, 111 Gilded Page, The���������������������������������������������������������56 Girls Inc. Arts & Crafts Show������������������������������������82 Goler �����������������������������������������������������������������������������60 Goodrich Roofing��������������������������������������������������������25 Good Stuff, The������������������������������������������������������������43 Gourmet Today Café���������������������������������������������������98 Gruet Tasting Room ���������������������������������������������������95

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Handwoven Originals ������������������������������������������������48 Harrell House Bug Museum, The ����������������������������56 Harry’s Clothing�����������������������������������������������������45, 55 Harry’s Roadhouse����������������������������������������������������117 Heidi’s Raspberry Farm��������������������������������������������103

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Herbs Etc.���������������������������������������������������������������������52 High Desert Healthcare & Massage�����������������������62 Hollar, The �����������������������������������������������������������������117 Holy Spirit Espresso ��������������������������������������������������98 Home Run Pizza���������������������������������������������������������113 Homefrocks������������������������������������������������������������������48 Homewise��������������������������������������������������������������������20 Horseman’s Haven����������������������������������������������������113 HQ Santa Fe ����������������������������������������������������������������98

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IAIA Campus Bookstore��������������������������������������������44 IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts����73, 75 Iconik Coffee Roasters ������������������������������70, 107, 117 India House����������������������������������������������������������109, 15 India Palace ����������������������������������������������������������������99 Indigo Baby �����������������������������������������������������������59, 60 Indulge Caf��������������������������������������������������������������104 International Folk Art Market������������������������������������82 Izanami ����������������������������������������������������������������������115 Izmi Sushi ��������������������������������������������������������������������99

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Jacob Cohen����������������������������������������������������������������40 James Reid Ltd. ����������������������������������������������������������45 Jambo Cafe����������������������������������������������������������������109 Java Joe’s����������������������������������������������������������109, 113 Java Junction �����������������������������������������������������������117 JC’s Express���������������������������������������������������������������114 Jean Cocteau Cinema������������������������������������������������84 Jinja Bar & Bistro ����������������������������������������������������104 JoAnn’s Ranch O Casados �������������������������������������115 Joe’s Dining����������������������������������������������������������������113 Johnnie’s Cash Store��������������������������������������������������99 Joseph’s of Santa Fe �����������������������������������������������104 Julia�������������������������������������������������������������������������������99

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Kai Sushi ��������������������������������������������������������������������108 Kakawa Chocolate House���������������������������������53, 105 Kaune’s Neighborhood Market�������������������������51, 105 Keep Contemporary ���������������������������������������������������70 Keshi: The Zuni Connection��������������������������������������56 Kingston Residence of Santa Fe������������������������������61 Kitchen, The ��������������������������������������������������������������105 Kitchenality at Kitchen Angels���������������������������������55 Kitchen Window, The ����������������������������������������������106 Kohnami ���������������������������������������������������������������������104 Kokoman Fine Wine and Liquor �������������������������������53 Konstruct Performance���������������������������������������������54 Kowboyz�����������������������������������������������������������������60, 48

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L’Oliver �����������������������������������������������������������������������100 Lancaster York Gentlemen’s Apparel ���������������������45 Lan’s Vietnamese Cuisine����������������������������������������109 Lecheria, La ��������������������������������������������������������������108 Lensic Performing Arts Center, The�������������������������83 Loncherita Salvadoreña, La �����������������������������������108 Look What the Cat Dragged In���������������������������������49 Lokote Tattoo�������������������������������������������������������������104 Los Alamos National Bank�����25, Inside Front Cover Love Yourself Café����������������������������������������������������104 Lov’n Oven Bakery ���������������������������������������������������116 Low ‘n Slow Lowrider Bar�����������������������������������������92 Loyal Hound ��������������������������������������������������������������108 Lucia’s�������������������������������������������������������������������������112 LuLu’s Chinese Cuisine���������������������������������������������112 Luminaria��������������������������������������������������������������99, 111

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T and A DJ Services���������������������������������������������������78 Ten Thousand Waves�������������������������������������������������25 Tabla de los Santos ��������������������������������������������������101 Talin Market���������������������������������������������������������51, 104 Tapatío Restaurante, El��������������������������������������������115 Taquería Argelia��������������������������������������������������������115 Taqueria la Hacienda�����������������������������������������������115 Teahouse, The ����������������������������������������������������������102 Teatro Paraguas����������������������������������������������������������84 Teca Tu �������������������������������������������������������������������������60 Tecolote ���������������������������������������������������������������������109 Ten Thousand Waves�������������������������������������������������39 TerraCotta Wine Bistro �������������������������������������������102 Terra Restaurant�����������������������������������������������111, 116 Teseque Village Market ������������������������������������������116 Thai Café��������������������������������������������������������������������102 Thai Café & Noodle Treats��������������������������������������115 Thai Vegan�����������������������������������������������������������������112 Thunderbird Bar & Grill �������������������������������������������102 Tia Sophia’s ���������������������������������������������������������������102 Tiny’s Restaurant & Lounge ����������������������������106, 108 Todos Santos Chocolates������������������������������������������53 Tokyo Café������������������������������������������������������������������112 Tomisita’s �������������������������������������������������������������������104 Tortilla Flats����������������������������������������������������������������112 Total Mobile Repair���������������������������������������������������111 Toyopolis ����������������������������������������������������������������������59 Traditional Spanish Market ��������������������������������������82 Travel Bug Coffee Shop ������������������������������������44, 102 Traveler’s Market��������������������������������������������������������56 Tres Colores���������������������������������������������������������������115 Tresa Vorenberg Goldsmiths ������������������������������������77 Tribes Coffeehouse���������������������������������������������������115 Tune-Up Café�������������������������������������������������������������105

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Uli’s Clothing Botique�������������������������������������������������47 Ultimed������������������������������������������������������������������32, 114 Underpinnings�������������������������������������������������������������47 Upper Crust Pizza ���������������������������������������������102, 117 Utopia����������������������������������������������������������������������������47

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Valentina’s �����������������������������������������������������������������105 Vanessie���������������������������������������������������������������������104 Verde Juice Co. ������������������������������������������������102, 109 Vicino, Il �������������������������������������������������������������102, 107 Vinaigrette������������������������������������������������������������������106 Violet Crown �������������������������������������������������������84, 104

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Warehouse 21��������������������������������������������������������������70 Wear Abouts����������������������������������������������������������47, 45 Weck’s������������������������������������������������������������������������112 We the People Acupuncture�������������������������������������25 Winds of Change Chiropractic Center��������������������25 Wise Fool New Mexico ���������������������������������������������84 Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian ����75 Whole Hog Café �������������������������������������������������������104 Whoo’s Donuts ���������������������������������������������������������105

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Yin Yang����������������������������������������������������������������������106 Yippee Yi Yo �����������������������������������������������������������������59

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Zaguán, El ��������������������������������������������������������������������77 Zephyr Clothing���������������������������������������������������������104 Zozobra�������������������������������������������������������������������������83




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