Casas de Santa Fe | 5 Essential Restaurants for the Santa Fe Foodie: April 2018 Edition
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5 Essential Restaurants for the Santa Fe Foodie: April 2018 Edition

Santa Fe’s food scene has continued to grow in cuisine options and vibrance over the years. So much so, that finding a great restaurant might prove to be a difficult task. Here is a list of the top 5 restaurants to grab a table at this month, whether you’re a visitor or Santa Fe resident:

La Casa Sena Cantina
125 East Palace Santa Fe, NM 87501
La Cantina serves classic northern New Mexican cuisine seven days a week and features Santa Fe’s young and brightest talent performing jazz and musical revues of the “Best of Broadway” nightly. The singers, who also double as your servers, handle requests as well.

Harry’s Roadhouse
96 Old Las Vegas Highway Santa Fe, NM 87505
Located on Old Las Vegas Highway, Harry’s is always hopping with local energy. Their vast array of menu options, full bar, and patio dining, makes Harry’s worth the short drive (15 minutes) and the expected wait (at least 15 minutes til seating).

Tesuque Village Market
138 Tesuque Village Road Santa Fe, NM 87506
The Tesuque Village Market is reminiscent of an old world trading post, a place where people migrate to exchange ideas, share news, and enjoy good food. Think chic general store with a hipster aesthetic!

The French Pastry Shop
100 East San Francisco St Santa Fe, NM 87501
A family owned and operated café, bakery, and creperie, The French Pastry Shop offers a tantalizing selection of goodies less than a block from the Plaza. You grab some delicious baked goods every day from 6:30am-5:00pm.

The Plaza Café
54 Lincoln Ave Santa Fe, NM 87501
Santa Fe’s oldest restaurant, The Plaza Café serves traditional American cuisine alongside New Mexican favorites. Located on the historic Santa Fe Plaza, it offers the perfect view of downtown Santa Fe.