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$$$$ Restaurants in Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico

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Santa Fe

315 Restaurant and Wine Bar

315 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe NM
(505) 986-9190
www.315santafe.com
Sun-Thu: 5-9pm Fri-Sat: 5-9:30pm (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: Dinner
Nearby Theater: UA DeVargas (See Film Times)

3.4 rating (5 votes)
315 is the kind of French restaurant Albuquerque doesn't have. It's got a casual atmosphere in an old converted house, but the food is knock-your-socks-off stellar. Chef Louis Moskow uses the finest ingredients (think foie gras and beluga caviar). Before you order, your server will bring over a chalkboard showing the day's specials; they're often the most exciting offerings. This is also a great place to have just a snack and a glass of wine from the incredible list. (Alibi Staff, August 11, 2010)

Coyote Café

132 West Water
Santa Fe NM
(505) 983-1615
www.coyotecafe.com
Mon-Sun: 11:30am-9pm (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: Dinner
Nearby Theater: UA DeVargas (See Film Times)

3.5 rating (6 votes)
New Mexico’s most famous restaurant, Coyote Café is where chef Mark Miller came to fame as the king of Southwestern cuisine. This beautifully renovated restaurant serves only dinner, but the rooftop bar, Coyote Cantina (open in the summer) has a wide selection of tequilas and an affordable Latin-American menu. (Alibi Staff, August 11, 2010)

Geronimo

724 Canyon Road
Santa Fe NM
(505) 982-1500
www.geronimorestaurant.com
Mon-Sun: 5:45-9:30pm (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: Dinner
Nearby Theater: UA DeVargas (See Film Times)

3.5 rating (4 votes)
Most people consider Geronimo the best restaurant in Santa Fe. Chef Eric DiStefano’s signature dish is a peppered elk tenderloin atop garlic mashed potatoes and bathed in mouth-watering brandied mushroom sauce. Generously dotted with applewood-smoked bacon and big, meaty morel mushrooms, and served with a superb glass of red wine, it is yum-um-ummy. The ambience here is a little uptight, but the food is what matters, right? If money is an object, try lunch; it's just as good and way cheaper. (Alibi Staff, August 11, 2010)

The Old House

309 West San Francisco
Santa Fe NM
(505) 995-4530
www.eldoradohotel.com
Mon-Sun: Breakfast: 6:30-10:30am Lunch: 11am-2pm Light Menu: 2-5:30pm Dinner: 5:30-10pm Lounge: 2-11pm (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: LunchDinner
Nearby Theater: UA DeVargas (See Film Times)

4.25 rating (4 votes)
Look for The Old House tucked away in the deluxe Eldorado Hotel. Here you’ll find mostly French-inspired food like sautéed diver scallops with a portobello and foie gras Wellington, wilted greens, Xeres sherry and Meyer lemon sauce. Everything, from the silverware to the service, is top-notch.

(Alibi Staff, August 11, 2010)

Albuquerque

Bien Shur

30 Rainbow Road
Albuquerque NM
(505) 796-7788
Tues-Sat: 5-10pm Closed Sunday & Monday (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: Dinner
Nearby Theater: Century Rio (See Film Times)

3.82 rating (17 votes)
The nickel slots are bright, noisy: Bien Shur is subdued, quiet, tasteful. The dining room is classy and beautiful but still comfortable, leaving diners to contemplate the wonderful contemporary cuisine and stunning views of the city and Sandia mountains. After your meal, you can head back downstairs into the casino scuffle for some live jazz in the Tlur P’a Lounge and a hand of video poker. (Alibi Staff, August 11, 2010)

Albuquerque - Downtown

Lucia

125 Second Street NW (Hotel Andaluz) (Downtown)
Albuquerque NM
(505) 242-9090
www.hotelandaluz.com/lucia
Breakfast: Mon-Sat: 6:30am-10:30am Brunch: Sun: 10am-2pm Lunch: Mon-Sat: 11am-2:00pm Dinner: Mon-Sun: 4:30-10pm (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: BreakfastBrunchLunchDinner

4.5 rating (8 votes)
Downtown's Hotel Andaluz and its restaurant, Lucia, seem like they were designed to make you feel cool. The dining room is dimly lit by low-volt lamps hanging from paper ceilings and the occasional flash of fire from the open kitchen. Mediterranean fusion fine-dining begins with grilled artichokes smothered in saffron butter and capers, or heavenly grilled oysters with smoked chile-chive-oil mojo (a kind of Caribbean mayo) and pancetta on pea greens. Once you’re fully rested after a night of cocktails and herb-crusted rack of lamb, come back in the morning for fluffy, toothsome lemon-ricotta pancakes and organic breakfast burritos. (Alibi Staff, August 11, 2010)

Albuquerque - Nob Hill

Elaine’s

3503 Central Ave NE (Nob Hill)
Albuquerque NM
433-4782
Dinner only, 5pm-10:30pm, Tuesday-Saturday (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: Dinner
Nearby Theater: Guild Cinema (See Film Times)
Cuisine: French, Italian

3 rating (1 vote)
First off, you might want to dress up a little so you don’t feel like a total boob in Elaine’s intimate, hip/luxe dining room. Secondly, make sure you’ve got a full wallet before going in—we’re talking $55 a person minimum. And finally, ready your palate for some spectacular food. We recommend the yellow fin tuna crudo or the Pat LaFrieda tartare, but really, it’s hard to go wrong at a place like this. (Alibi Staff, January 28, 2014)

Santa Fe

The Compound

653 Canyon Rd
Santa Fe NM
(505) 982-4353
www.compoundrestaurant.com
Mon-Sat: noon-2pm, 6-9pm Sun: 6-9pm (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: LunchDinner
Nearby Theater: UA DeVargas (See Film Times)

3 rating (5 votes)
It's one of the fanciest restaurants in a city that has a lot of fancy restaurants. What makes The Compound different is a beautifully designed interior, lush gardens, a killer sommelier and really freakin' good food. Chef Mark Kiffin doesn't mess around with too much Southwestern stuff (though he did when he was at Coyote Café), favoring dishes like tuna tartare topped with osetra caviar and preserved lemon. Try this place for lunch during the week or dinner any night. And in good weather you should absolutely sit outside. (Also, The Compound has a package liquor license, so you can leave with nearly any bottle from their huge cellar.) (Alibi Staff, August 11, 2010)

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