3348 Cerrillos Road
Santa Fe, NM 87507
Phone: (505) 473-9004
Fax: (505) 438-4627
Bars & Cafes
Tribes Coffeehouse, a longtime, local favorite, independent coffee shop, offers specialty coffee drinks, milkshakes and smoothies, plus an all-day food menu that is primarily comprised of breakfast items. Try their sandwiches, burritos, soups, salads, or baked goods. Tribes is also a co-op gallery, with artwork lining the walls and pottery, jewelry and vases for sale. The works are created by local members of the Independent Artists Gallery.
Club Alegria is a well-known gaming club and bar in Santa Fe. They play Latin music and it's one of the best Latin clubs of the city. The laid-back ambiance and the attractive gigs make for an exciting venue. Indulge in some cool concoctions and try your hand at pool at you listen to the Latin beats; Club Alegria hosts a number of music events. Call for additional information.
This true neighborhood pub offers a warm, welcoming atmosphere, great beer, and fantastic food. If you are looking for a cozy place to kick back and relax, head to the Second Street Brewery. The restaurant offers a number of appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, and entrees. The specialty of the house is the beer-battered Fish & Chips. For something lighter, try the Jerk Chicken Sandwich. Favorite brews include Cream Stout, Golden Ale and India Pale Ale. This is a family establishment, and children are more than welcome here.
Bite into the healthy, yet massive sandwiches at the Chocolate Maven Bakery and Cafe, but save room for the baked desserts. Salads, with a myriad of dressing choices like fresh raspberry vinaigrette, are crispy and fresh, while the grilled sandwiches are a local favorite. Croissants, scones, muffins, tea breads, pies, cookies, bundt cakes, tarts, brownies, cheesecakes and more, are on offer to please your sweet-tooth.
Maria's began as a simple take-out place in Maria and Gilbert Lopez's home. Maria's home cooking was so popular that the house was eventually converted into the current restaurant. The menu offers a variety of steaks, Mexican entrees, and local favorites. The Blue Corn Enchiladas and the Chile Rellenos are both outstanding, and also come with Spanish rice and beans. If you cannot decide what to order, try the combination plate; it has a little of everything. The cantina offers beer, wine and cocktails.
A popular place for locals who care about quality coffee on the fly, Ohori's sells specialty coffees that are freshly roasted each day. Espresso drinks (plus chai, teas, and hot chocolate) are for sale by the cup. But take note, no flavored syrups are offered in this purist's haven. A few small tables are available both indoors and out for those who wish to linger, but locals primarily use Ohori's to grab their daily to-go cup or stock up on beans for home. Ohori's carries over 30 different varieties, sourced from Africa, the Saudi Peninsula, the Americas, Indonesia, and the Pacific Rim. Pastries, chocolates, tableware, and coffee machines are also available for purchase.
Dulce is a place to satisfy your sweet tooth, offering specialty coffee drinks and housemade pastries. In addition to decadent white chocolate mochas and rich lattes, this cafe crafts some of the best cupcakes in the city, including flavors such as red velvet, cheesecake and coconut.
Take a break from the trendy, crowded downtown restaurants and sink your teeth into authentic food cooked by a native New Mexican chef. Everything on the menu at PC's Restaurant and Lounge is homemade, right down to the mini tortillas and the green chile salsa. A children's theater keeps the little ones entertained on weekends. The full-service bar offers award-winning margaritas made with Cuervo Especial. They perfectly complement the restaurant's chips and salsa, which rate as the best in Santa Fe.
Betterday Coffee makes a promise in its name and always upholds this promise. A cup of coffee from this cafe is certain to make your day a little bit better. The open atmosphere of this spot offers a welcoming vibe and the StumpTown coffee never disappoints. There is also a menu of pastries and sandwiches for those looking for something a bit more filling.
A brewery that prides itself on the range of fresh brewed beer it offers, the Second Street Brewery at the Railroad is the second location of this brewery/restaurant, the first one being on Second Street. The beer is made from a blend of hops and barley, with 80 percent coming from the Pacific Northwest and the remaining 20 percent imported from England and Germany. Besides the refreshing beer, the brewery also serves delectable pub food, a mix of Continental and Mexican fare. There are also entertaining events, like the Crawfish Boil, that are arranged here on a regular basis. See the website for further details.
Railyard Restaurant and Saloon,part-bar, part-restaurant, is a huge favorite with the locals. Classic, high-quality American fare is served in the dining room or on the patio, or you can order cocktails and soak up the atmosphere at the bar-- it offers its own late-night menu. Appetizer offerings are dominated by seafood, among them Lobster, Spinach and Artichoke Dip, and Steamed Bistro Black Mussels. Entrées are predominately steak or fish. For dessert, try the Seasonal Fruit Crisp or the Molten Chocolate Cake, served with caramelized bananas. Kids are catered to with their own, reasonably-priced menu.
Marble Santa Fe Tap Room is the diminutive sister establishment to Albuquerque's larger Marble Brewery. The place has a minimalist decor with seating spaces that can accommodate smaller groups with ease. The bar is known for their 12 brews which range from Pilsner, American Ales like Wildflower Wheat, Amber and Red Ales, the delicious Oatmeal Stout to English varieties like the Stout #2286 and Nitro Pub Ale. On the food front, the cheese platter which goes by the name Chile Con Queso is a must-try, the Azul Cheese Quesadilla and the Azul Carne Adovada Nachos also perfectly complement the brews.