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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.
The Midtown Market and Lounge is your one-stop shop for supplies, nightlife and local events. Locally-owned convenience market and lounge.
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. Due to the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19
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.
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.
Abe’s Cantina y Cocina, located in Arroyo Seco, is a local favorite on the road to Taos Ski Valley. Serving the Great Breakfast Burrito for over 30 years, pick one up for only $5.00! Also try the world’s greatest deep fried chicken taco.
Adobe Bar at the Taos Inn
Open Wednesday - Sunday, 4PM-9PM Consistently voted “Best Bar” and “Best Margarita” in town, the Adobe Bar is one of a kind. Whether you’re meeting old friends or making new ones, there’s no better spot than the Living Room of Taos.
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.
575 Sports & Co
Casual and family friendly, the menu offers up such items as chicken fried steak and red chili fries as well as a good burger and beer.