the love apple

Love Apple owner arranging red gladiolis
Love Apple interior pretty window
Informed by her travels to Europe and Paris in particular, Jen’s exquisite aesthetic and attention to detail, along with her commitment to local organically grown, farm to table produce and excellent wines, has blessed Taos with a world class bistro. A favourite of locals and returning visitors alike, it has become a destination spot for those in the know.
The menu changes seasonally and you can rest assured that the food is always fabulous, thanks to Andrea Meyer, The Love Apple’s equally talented chef who has also long worked with local growers and uses only organic and grass fed meats and poultry in her recipes.
Love Apple interior diners at night
Housed in what was once the Placitas Chapel, a little Catholic Church built during the 1800’s, the space is intimate, charming and beautifully appointed. However, be advised the room is tiny, especially in winter when the patio is closed, and fills up fast! So do be sure to make a reservation but leave your plastic behind. The Love Apple accepts cash and checks only.
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