Making all natural, rBGH free, super premium ice cream for 20 years. Try a traditional flavor or something uniquely Southwestern. The Arroyo Seco Cafe offers fresh baked goods, breakfast, coffee and espresso, sandwiches and ice cream.
On the run, time a concern, around downtown, need a snack? Stop by and see The Hot Dog Lady. You can find her along the John Dunn walkway, off Bent Street or in the Plaza. Come on by for a remarkable Hot Dog. We all know everything is more fun with a Hot Dog!
Historic Hondo Restaurant is a cozy atmosphere for family and friends to enjoy a meal together. We offer an affordable après -ski menu and an exciting lighter fare dinner menu accompanied by our hand-picked wine list.
The largest collection of work by Navajo artist RC Gorman to be found anywhere. Though RC passed in 2005, there remains a significant group of original oil pastel drawings, original lithographs, bronzes, and giclees paper castings.
For 25 years, Julie Jennerjahn has been the original owner of Steppin’ Out in Taos. After 20 years of providing quality and comfortable footwear, Jennerjahn expanded her boutique to introduce clothing and accessories.
Dating from the 1830’s, its thick adobe walls, heavy pine vigas, hand-crafted corbels and original altar tell of the intense faith that motivated the early settlers who built it, using only the simplest of tools: hands, wood and earth.
You’ll find Bavarian hospitality at its warmest in our acclaimed restaurant, where a wait staff clad in lederhosen and dirndls dispenses German specialties in an ambience of pure Gemütlichkeit at the base of Taos Ski Valley.