La Boca on Marcy Street has Santa fe tapas a charmer for years, a fave of ours before going to see music in Santa Fe, but Chef Caruso's new Taberna la Boca in the old Carlos' Gospel Cafe space is outstanding and just Santa fe tapas so comfy. A trio of us spent three hours at the taverna space on Sunday evening, trying plate after plate and glass after glass. The service was outstanding: Every plate we tried was very good we started out by ordering one of everything, and then went back for some favoritesand some were just wonderful.
Same with the wines Taberna's beer selection is a little light - a good local Marble pilsner and a Mexican hilariously labled "Spanish" Dos Equis dark lager - both served in inappropriate pint ale glasses, by the way. And the half-off prices during happy hour wind up being just amazingly low.
This might be the best value in Santa Fe right now. No reservations and it fills up, so get there early and enjoy your evening. The food was really interesting, prepared well, delicious and reasonably priced.
One of the hardest tables to get in Santa Feso Santa fe tapas early. A little crowded, but what would you expect in a tapas format? We had Santa fe tapas been to Santa Fe, NM, so we went.
Enjoyed the city very much. We tried a number of restaurants to get a flavor of New Mexican foods. Being from San Antonio, we knew that the foods, especially the chilies and the spices, would be different. We tried La Boca, as it was highly recommended. The food was very good.
Although, the theme was Spanish, there was a local flavor to it. Prices were reasonable, service was good and the atmosphere was lively. Ask the wait staff to help with your selections and you will be rewarded.
Try it for Santa fe tapas. But, also try the Chocolate Maven for breakfast or lunch. The Shed was excellent for our lunch, with wonderful service.
We stayed at the El Chimayo Hotel, which is located 1. My wife had the pozole at the Tia's Cocina hotel restaurant and proclaimed it to be Santa fe tapas best pozole that she has ever had.
Four reviews for the price of one. The restaurant is small and narrow and you will probably be butted up against a fellow diner. The tables are small and the dishes Santa fe tapas you are finished with will not be picked up to give you any more room unless you put them on the next table over the waitstaff will give you the hairy eyeball.
But then, we are there for the food, right?
The bread Santa fe tapas not worth Santa fe tapas calories. The butternut squash soup needs more flavor- it was flat- but the consistency was nice. I had the Mediterranean salad with seared ahi tuna and it was wonderful.
The kalamata olives and the figs looked alike in the darkened light so be prepared for the shock of the wrong flavor.
My husband had the kafta and he really enjoyed it. The dessert was flat out bad- cold shortbreads, whipped cream with hard bananas and mango and a sliver of flat dark chocolate something-or-other.
They will try to sell you overpriced limonada but it will show up in the form of San Pelligrino in a can. Not what I expected which was Santa fe tapas hand-squeezed kind made with club soda. We had high expectations for this restaurant based on other reviews. We weren't very enthused by the menu in general once seated.
So, we opted for the chefs picks Santa fe tapas the night which consisted of five tapas dishes to be shared by two diners. The waiter said he has never had a customer dissatisfied with the chefs choices.
My husband and I were pretty indifferent to the meal overall. It was unusual that on Santa fe tapas menu they offered this "chefs special for two" and 4 of the 5 tapas offerings showed up as three pieces instead of four for sharing.
Therefore, we would have to share the third piece. No soup offerings on the menu. A large roll came with the meal that was just fair.
Seemed more like it should Santa fe tapas paired with an Italian meal or something more "hearty". It just didn't seem to go with the meal.
Maybe it was meant to fill up the diners as the food wasn't very substantial. I have had Tapas in other places and have been much more pleased.
Also, the seating is very close so if you're having a private conversation, best to wait on that. Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile Santa fe tapas much more.
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