Bakery/Sweets Santa Fe Restaurants
Santa Fe - Santa Fe
Monday-Saturday 9am-9pm Sundays 10am-8pm (hours can change without notice)
Cuisine: Bakery/Sweets, Coffee/Tea/Espresso, Dessert, Take Out/To-Go, Vegan, Vegetarian, Vegetarian/Health Foods
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Mon-Sun: Breakfast/Lunch 8am-3pm, Dinner 5pm-9:30pm (hours can change without notice)
It's hard not to love Pasqual's, what with the bright Mexican tiles, tantalizing Latin-American menu and friendly service. The place is especially busy for weekend breakfast, when a line can form down the block. But don't give up; tell the hostess you're willing to sit at the big oak community table, where locals and tourists share copies of the morning paper and talk about how much they love living here or would love to live here. Don't miss the hot chocolate, housemade sausages and fabulous baked goods.
Sun: 9am-3pm Mon-Fri: 7am-6pm Sat: 9am-6pm (hours can change without notice)
It has chocolate in the name ... how could it not be delicious? The Chocolate Maven is tucked nicely into the same warehouse where bakers produce fresh scones, cakes and other delectables found at local coffee shops and grocers. The café is soft and quiet, with an Italian country villa feel. If you sit on the ground floor, you can watch the bakers make cinnamon rolls and knead bread as you tear into wonderful dishes like roast beef and Gouda cheese on freshly baked sourdough bread. Even if you’re too stuffed to eat dessert after lunch, make sure to look at all the fine creations and take some home for later.
930 Baca St Ste 1 (Santa Fe)
Santa Fe NM 87505
Santa Fe NM 87505
Sun-Mon 8am-3pm, Tue-Sat 8am-9pm (hours can change without notice)
Taste buds with indecisive tendencies might find the satisfaction they crave at Counter Culture. While the café specializes in brunch, choosy diners select from a wall-sized menu stacked with eclectic salads, sandwiches, French toast and pancakes, all fresh and generously portioned. The sandwich combo, which comes with a side salad and a cup of soup, is a slamming deal (we recommend the salmon Thai coconut soup), leaving enough change in your pocket for that slice of chocolate cake you won't be able to resist. The casual atmosphere, quick service and quality food make Counter Culture a Santa Fe staple.
Sun-Sat: 7am-9:30pm (hours can change without notice)
Harry's Roadhouse exists somewhere in the realm between traditional roadside diner and funky, New Mexican hacienda. We recommend the California Dreamin’ burrito, or any New Mexican item with turkey and green chile. If you're in the mood for something a little different, try LaMont's all-natural buffalo burger. Take a seat at the bar, and dive into a slice of coconut cream pie or a homemade ice cream sandwich. Make sure to ask the friendly waitstaff about the specials, which also include brunch and dessert.
Mon–Sat 10am-9pm Sun noon-6pm (hours can change without notice)
Ever had a “caramale”? It’s like a Payday candy bar, only adorable and New Mexican. Santa Fe’s Señor Murphy Candymakers fashions the little "tamales" out of vanilla fudge, caramel and piñon. Each one gets wrapped up in an itty-bitty corn husk and finished off with a couple of ribbons. All of the goodies here are picture perfect and range from chile creams to fudges, organic chocolates to sugar-free sweets.
Mon-Sat: 11am-2:30pm, 5-9pm Closed Sunday (hours can change without notice)
The Shed is one of the best New Mexican restaurants in town, and it's just off the Plaza in an adobe building dating back to 1692. Stop in for a Margarita and a stack of blue corn enchiladas with a side of posole. Everything here comes with garlic bread, which is strange, yet delicious. Oh, and The Shed makes its own pies. Try a slice.
Mon Closed Tues-Sun: 7am-2pm (hours can change without notice)
No toast for more than 25 years. Santa Fe is a breakfast-loving town, and Tecolote Café has been serving up flavorful breakfast burritos and huevos rancheros since 1980. When given the option of beans or potatoes, pick both. The thinly sliced, crispy potatoes on a bed of chile and beans is the breakfast of kings (and queens). Pancake fans should know the hotcakes at Tecolote are frickin' huge, and the atolé-piñon and Tollhouse are especially tasty. Tecolote also offers a bakery basket full of freshly baked biscuits and the best blueberry muffins you will ever taste. Ever.