Nachos, tacos & other classic Mexican comfort food in a laid-back venue with a terrace in Taos, NM.
Sagebrush offers a relaxed dining experience and charming Southwest style. Executive Chef Timothy Wooldridge infuses regional flavors by partnering with New Mexico farmers and purveyors to craft a menu of locally-inspired favorites.
The Taos Mesa Brewing Tap Room downtown location is on the corner of the Paseo and Quesnel Street. This lively venue has 24 beers on tap, wood fired pizza and other delicious offerings plus a full schedule of regular live entertainment.
Try our famous specialty pizzas or customize your pie exactly how you want it. Call and place your order now!
Ziggy's Frozen Yogurt in Taos, New Mexico is locally owned and operated. Every purchase benefits youth in our community at DreamTree Project.
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. We honor quality and the process of creating simple, delicious food.
A boutique “tasting room” set in a renovated, historic building with a colorful past and exploding with charm, the atmosphere, and interior design make it fun to delight in the luxury of a carefully crafted cocktail.
Northern New Mexico food is our specialty. Try our homemade tamales or famous chile rellenos prepared using in-house roasted Hatch green chiles.
Serving up traditional Mexican and New Mexican Breakfasts along with pastries and baked goods.
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.
Fresh homemade Mexican and New Mexican cuisine from the Zarazusa family’s extensive recipe collection. Nothing is frozen; everything is fresh and cooked to order. Dairy-free and gluten-free food offerings are extensive.
A local hot spot for breakfast burritos, Susie’s, C.C Burgers, and of course, the famous Trujillo. A family owned business since 1973 when Mante opened the first Chow Cart out of an old bread truck.