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Originally posted by irwin:
Any recent visits to Taos to update restaurant recommendations?
We'll be in New Mexico for a week or so shortly. I have places in Santa Fe (courtesy of Wine+Art).


Best restaurants in no particular order:

Orlando's New Mexican Café
La Cueva
Medley (the most wine friendly option with a store next door where you can buy at near retail IIRC)
Love Apple
Gutiz

There are other options but those are the ones I remember.
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Originally posted by irwin:
Any recent visits to Taos to update restaurant recommendations?
We'll be in New Mexico for a week or so shortly. I have places in Santa Fe (courtesy of Wine+Art).


irwin, Taos has never been a hotspot for fine dining. On our last visit we ate at the Love Apple.

The restaurant is in an old chapel from the 1800's, has a serviceable wine list and an ever changing menu focused on local and seasonal items. A solid B I would say on our last visit.
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Originally posted by wine+art:
quote:
Originally posted by irwin:
Any recent visits to Taos to update restaurant recommendations?
We'll be in New Mexico for a week or so shortly. I have places in Santa Fe (courtesy of Wine+Art).


irwin, Taos has never been a hotspot for fine dining. On our last visit we ate at the Love Apple.

The restaurant is in an old chapel from the 1800's, has a serviceable wine list and an ever changing menu focused on local and seasonal items. A solid B I would say on our last visit.


I would agree with w + a. There is nothing life changing there.
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Originally posted by Primordialsoup:
Bump
Not much time has passed, but will be in the area in mid Oct. if any new suggestions pop-up.


If you find something there of note, please post. I never have. Their art is dreadful and never found any food above average at best.

If you are driving from Santa Fe, I would take the High Raod there and return taking the Low Road.

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