This Mexican (no, not New Mexican) joint boasts an extensive seafood menu, but don’t let the lack of a nearby ocean scare you off. The food at Guadalajara is affordable, tasty and authentic, and the service is fast, leaving you with plenty of time and money to continue your journey through Taos. (Alibi Staff, October 23, 2013)
With its always packed dining room and outdoor tables, you may find yourself standing until a space clears, but it’s no cliché to say that the pizza at Out Back is worth the wait. The pies arrive laden with smoked mozzarella, mushrooms, tomatoes, capocollo (an Italian cured meat) and, of course, green chile and each slice is a succulent, dripping treasure. (Alibi Staff, October 23, 2013)
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