bent street

Located in the heart of the Historical District of Taos you will this charming street to Shop & Stroll. The street is full of color in summer with gardens, patios and shaded areas. Here you will find some of the best dining options in Taos to include the Bent Street Deli which serves breakfast, brunch and lunch daily and the award winning restaurant Lambert’s which has a fabulous outdoor dining area. Discover some of our local wines at La Chiripada winery which offers tastings daily.Map of Bent Street

Bent Street has over 10 unique stores to include craft, cookery, outdoor recreation, cashmere & chocolates, jewelers, collectibles and boutique clothing. There are 7 galleries ranging from local artists works to historical pieces.

In summer Bent Street is a place to discover on the First Friday’s event. The first Friday of each month stores stay open late and have pop ups with local artisans, galleries and street performers providing entertainment.

In the winter months when the snow falls and the streets twinkle with fairly lights and luminaries Bent Street hosts an Annual Event called Bon Fires on Bent Street. Locals and visitors are drawn to these streets to celebrate the Yuletide season.

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    Earth and Spirit Gallery
    Featuring interactive 3D paintings by Shari Ubechel, the most collected living artist in Taos. Showing colorful local landscapes,glowing nebulas, wildlife on drums, sterling and gemstone jewelry,guitars,body products,native and world crafts
    Fully equipped mountain shop, offering the latest in outdoor gear and clothing for hiking, camping, backpacking, rock-climbing, snow-shoeing and cross country skiing. Maps, guidebooks, and advice on trails and excursions.
    Fine works of art, jewelry, ceramics and more for people with discerning taste
    Jones Walker of Taos
    Jones Walker is an art gallery with original work by Taos artists including traditional, folk and modern abstract. Also, the gallery is honored to represent multiple artists from Taos Pueblo. You will also find a curated selection of pott
    La Chiripada Tasting Room
    Owned and operated by the Johnson family, La Chiripada has been creating award-winning wines for over 30 years and is northern New Mexico’s oldest winery!
    chocolate + cashmere
    Women's Clothing Store · Candy Store · Children's Clothing Store
    Governor Bent's House and Museum
    Come visit the home of New Mexico's first American governor, early trader, trapper and mountain man, Governor Charles Bent.
    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.
    Taos Blue
    Taos Blue, on the corner of Bent Street for over 25 years, is home for numerous contemporary and native artists showing their paintings, pottery, jewelry, fetishes, masks and more. A favorite “return to” spot for visitors and locals alike.
    Ortenstone Delattre Fine Art
    Located on Bent Street. Contemporary paintings and prints are hung in the comfortable atmosphere of a home-like environment where viewers are invited to relax on a couch or sofa chair while conversing with one of the artists.
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