Located in the heart of downtown Taos, just two blocks from Taos Plaza, Martyr's Steakhouse occupies a beautifully renovated adobe home and courtyard, filled with warmth, gracious hospitality, and unparalleled service.
Doc Martins at the Taos Inn
Inside a registered historic landmark, Doc Martin’s serves award winning, regional New American fare using locally grown chile and spices. Winner of the Wine Spectator’s prestigious “Best Of” Award of Excellence for twenty-five years.
Terrace at Taos Country Club
While the fresh salads, sandwiches and burgers are always a good choice, Sunday brunch (reservations strongly recommended) features salmon benedicts, seafood enchiladas, and much more. Outstanding views of the course and Taos Mountain.
Lambert's of Taos
Contemporary American cuisine: delicious food, wine and hand crafted cocktails in a relaxed yet refined atmosphere. The cuisine is distinct, fresh and local whenever possible and is made from scratch, from bread to sauces to desserts.
Hotel St. Bernard Restaurant
Dining at the Hotel St. Bernard is unforgettable. The Rathskeller Bar is a local favorite and open to all. In addition to one of the finest wine cellars in the Southwest, our guests also enjoy a full bar.
We strive to give the best dining experience in a setting that makes people feel at home. Our menus are inspired by all American cuisines as well as favorites from abroad, and influenced by our New Mexico and New England roots.
Located just around the corner from the Harwood Museum of Art, Byzantium offers an intimate dining experience without being either intimidating or precious. This restaurant is all about good food. Reservations recommended.
Sagebrush Grill & Cantina
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.
Cooking Studio Taos
In addition to offering cooking classes, Cooking Studio Taos hosts a Secret Supper club once a month. Join us for a five course meal, prepared by Chef Chris Maher, at a secret location in the Taos area that changes every month.
Fine American and global cuisine, a fully-stocked bar and wine cellar, with live music and a value-priced menu in the piano bar. The bar is often referred as "Seco's living room". The bar features a daily happy hour from four until six with
Blonde Bear Tavern & Cafe Naranja
Offering refined European alpine cuisine with a devotion to seasonality and local ingredients. Our staff embodies northern New Mexico’s warm hospitality: expert service with a casual approach.
De la Tierra at El Monte Sagrado
If it's an award-winning meal you crave, visit De La Tierra at El Monte Sagrado. Expect a taste of the local, seasonal flavors that make the region unique, offered alongside stunning global selections. Try dining al fresco in The Gardens.
The Bavarian Restaurant
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.
Old Martina's Hall
Come experience a unique casual fine dining atmosphere set in the beautiful architecture of this historic Ranchos De Taos landmark. Our fare is a marriage of refined European simplicity with traditional New Mexican dishes.
Trading Post Cafe
Amidst vigas, wrought iron furniture, and local art, you can watch chefs prepare flavorful dishes from the open-air kitchen. Three dining rooms, outdoor patio. Italian favorites, American classics, and daily specials. Wi-Fi available.
Taos Common Fire
"Locals-friendly, kids-friendly. Bring an appetite. Beautiful, wood-fired clay oven pumps out flatbreads and braises in a world of styles made with New Mexico’s best meats, grains, vegetables and fruit. Fresh, local, organic, delicious".