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The Love Apple is a Northern New Mexican restaurant emphasizing local, organic home cooking.
We believe in working in conjunction with local growers and artisan producers to create menus which feature our regional bounty and exclusively highlight local food.
A different kind of deli with a fresh and tasty style! Think unique salads, soups, grab-and-go sandwiches or wraps, yummy muffins, and delectable desserts—all freshly prepared. Serving breakfast, lunch, and light dinner fare.
We are a local marketplace with a display of goods created, written, imagined and produced in northern New Mexico. We specialize in local goods & local foods.
It’s hard to pin Sugar Nymphs down to any one style. Home cooking from around the world might be close. The menu changes constantly with fresh produce and meats, most locally grown. In-house baked goods including GF desserts.
Located on the Plaza in what is probably the oldest building in Taos, the Alley has a rich history dating back over 400 years. Live music, menu featuring bar food favorites, games, and a lively locals and visitors scene.
Extensive menu including American, Latin, and Mexican style creations, steak, chicken, and vegetarian. Specializing in succulent and fresh Mexican dishes. Two locations. Takeout available.
Our chefs create sumptuous fare infused with local tradition and flavor and featuring ingredients fresh from the Ojo Farm and our local food partners.
A fresh and modern approach to casual dining with a dedication to New Mexican grown foods, plus a great selection of craft beers, world wine, and premium tequila. The restaurant’s second-story patio provides spectacular views of Taos Plaza.
Enjoy organic juices and smoothies, delicious vegetarian salads, or gluten-free sandwiches and wraps made from the freshest ingredients, you can’t go wrong at Sol Food. Dine in their café or have your favorites wrapped to go.
Popular friendly casual inexpensive diner serving fresh New Mexican and standard American fare for 40 years. Yes, there still is a Michael. The huge menu covers breakfast lunch and dinner, but Mike’s is known for breakfast served all day.
This Japanese/Asian food is truly authentic, with the fish flown in fresh from Japan. The décor of the restaurant is simple; the view of the mountains spectacular.