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    We represent over 40 local and regional artists' Studio art jewelry, Native American jewelry, Pueblo pottery, Navajo wood carvings, and more.
    Alley Cantina
    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.
    Owned and operated by Taos Pueblo Native Dean "Little Lake" Johnson. "Little Lake" peace pipes are made to be used, but the beautiful craftsmanship involved makes each pipe a work of art. Also selling Native American music and gifts.
    Selling fabulous home furnishings, crafts, gifts, pottery and accessories that truly represent Taos. Visit us and take home a piece of Taos!
    Every Thursday, May - August 6:00pm – 8:00pm Free live music events on Taos Plaza. Bring your chairs, blanket and picnics.
    Every Saturday May through Fall. Know the food, you’ll know the place – whether you’re a tourist or a bonafide Taoseño we welcome you to one of New Mexico’s most diverse and visited farmers markets.
    Manzanita Market
    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.
    The Hot Dog Lady
    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!
    Atira brings you quality garments, Old Gringo Boots, Native American Jewelry, Mary Frances purses and much more.
    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.
    An experimental studio/gallery providing a multicultural art space for local Taos artists to exhibit and produce art, as well as hosting art-based workshops for locals and visitors.
    Collins’s paintings are profoundly spiritual and evoke a strong sense of peace and timelessness. Beginning with a charcoal drawing, Collins then uses a combination of glazes and underpainting to create luminosity in his works.
    For over 40 years, TMO has been the place where adventures begin. We have the gear, clothing and footwear to prepare you for just about anything Taos has to offer – hiking, camping, climbing, rafting, trail running, yoga and more.
    Everything made in New Mexico. Red and green chile powders, pods, salsas, sauces, jams, jellies, biscochitos, pinon coffee, wood carvings, Native American jewelry, ornaments, fetishes, Day of the Dead, ristras, wreaths, luminarias and books
    An experience in itself, thanks to its magical layout and artistic touches. We offer high-quality educational toys, games and crafts that inspire play-based learning in the home and encourage positive parent/child interaction.
    In the heart of Taos’ Historical District, on Taos Plaza, proudly represents 10 exceptional artists, creating art in beautiful Northern New Mexico.
    The oldest T-Shirt shop in Taos. Thousands of great shirts.
    For over 20 years, Kimosabe has showcased treasures of the American West. Pueblo pottery, vintage Navajo rugs, Native American blankets, old pawn jewelry, American Indian baskets and beadwork, vintage posters, and New Mexican folk art.
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