The Railyard District is one of Santa Fe’s newest, and most popular destination neighborhoods with lots of great shops, restaurants and galleries.
There are no shortage of amazing artisan bakeries in The City Different. Whether you’re jonesing for a great bagel (New York Deli), melt in your mouth croissants (Sage Bakery) or an amazing eclair (Chocolate Maven) you’ll be able to crush you carbohydrate cravings without leaving town. For a more comprehensive list of Santa Fe bakeries […]
There’s the Old Santa Fe Trail, the Old Pecos Trail and the Turquoise Trail. And of course we’ve written about the Margarita Trail. But for adults and families alike guess-what — there’s even a Santa Fe Chocolate Trail. Here in Santa Fe we’re fortunate to be able to satisfy our chocolate cravings from a variety […]
It’s true that we’re living in unprecedented times and we can’t wait for 2020 to be over, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy Christmas — especially here in Santa Fe. While we can’t really gather together we can still enjoy a variety of cherished Santa Fe traditions…. Pack up the kids in the […]
This Thanksgiving may be like no other in recent history (we hope) with smaller gatherings but that doesn’t mean that we still can’t make it special. If you’re looking to spice up your Turkey Day menu try this yummy recipe for Chorizo-Green Chile Dressing courtesy of the Food Network. You say dressing, I say stuffing, […]
Arguably Georgia O’Keefe put Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico on the map for many Americans with her breathtaking paintings of the landscape here. A true iconoclast, she lived life on her town terms living and painting just north of Santa Fe. While Covid has the spectacular Georgia O’Keefe Museum in Santa Fe closed for […]