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Taos Restaurants in Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico

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Arroyo Seco - Taos

Taos Cow Ice Cream

485 Highway 150 (Taos)
Arroyo Seco NM 87514
(575) 776-5640
taoscow.com
Mon-Sun: 7am-7pm (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: BreakfastLunch
Here, they churn their ice cream without hormones or the fake flavors found in mass produced batches. Although the muted flavors may disarm at first, by the third slurp you can pick up the subtle mint in the mint chocolate chip or the cinnamon in the Mexican chocolate. The café also serves a full breakfast and lunch menu and has a slim porch for mountainside dining.

5 rating (1 vote)

Ojo Caliente - Taos

The Artesian Restaurant at Ojo Caliente

50 Los Banos Drive (Taos)
Ojo Caliente NM 87549
(505) 583-2233
Ojo Caliente is a local treasure, and you’re cheating yourself if you don’t stop in once in a while. Come for the water, but stay for dinner. And breakfast, for that matter, if you can afford to spend the night. The Artesian restaurant features New Mexico-inspired dishes that trade heavily on local ingredients, as well as a variety of fine dining fare. It’s the perfect way to complete your Ojo experience.

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Taos - Taos

Guadalajara Grill

1384 Paseo Del Pueblo Sur (Taos)
Ste 8
Taos NM 87571
(575) 751-0063
guadalajaragrilltaos.com
10:30am to 9pm every day. (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: LunchDinner
This 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.

4 rating (1 vote)

Taos Pizza Out Back

712 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte (Taos)
Taos NM 87571
(575) 758-3112
www.taospizzaoutback.com
Sun-Sat 11am-10pm (hours can change without notice)
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.

4 rating (1 vote)