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.┬áThe 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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    Serving Taos for 23 years. Gourmet French toast, omelets, creative sandwiches, fresh salads, house-made soups and desserts, burrito and tamale plates, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. Beer & wine.
    Come visit the home of New Mexico's first American governor, early trader, trapper and mountain man, Governor Charles Bent.
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