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Santa Fe Visitors Convention & Bureau Visitors Guide.


  • Andiamo!
    322 Garfield Street
    Big local favorite, with a warm and gracious staff. Inspired Italian Cuisine, melding indigenous foods with Italian imports, they use produce from local growers whenever possible.  Try the crispy polenta with Gorgonzola sauce, and the pan-seared pork scaloppini with mustard sauce. Wine Spectator Award of excellence.
    Lunch, Dinner $$$ – Lunch, Monday to Friday, 11:00 – 2:00pm, Dinner Nightly from 5:00pm


  • Jambo Café
    2010 Cerrillos Road
    Afro & Caribbean cuisine; a huge hit with the locals.  Delicious & interesting menu; great prices.  Need we say more?
    Lunch, Dinner $$ – Monday to Saturday, 11:00am – 9:00pm


  • Aaron Payne Fine Art
    213 E. Marcy Street
    Specializing in the work of Twentieth Century American masters, focusing primarily on the American Modernists, Stieglitz Circle, American Abstract Artists, African-American Art, Postwar & Contemporary art.


  • Matthews Gallery
    669 Canyon Road
    This gallery shows distinctive European and American masters, as well as contemporary art by mid-career and established artists. Some of the featured
    artists include Picasso, Gaugin, Renoir, Cassat, Fremont Ellis, Alfred Morang, Emil Bisttram.


  • Auto Care 2000
    2912 Cerrillos Road
    Owner Marianne runs a great shop; very trustworthy.


  • Todos Santos Chocolates & Confections
    125 E. Palace Avenue
    It’s all about perfection at this tiny jewel of a shop tucked away just off the plaza. Todos Santos offers divine truffles, and exquisite molded chocolates delicately painted in gold and silver leaf that are true works of art. Customers are encouraged to browse the cases filled with lusciously presented confections, including some selections from across the globe. Finding this shop is a treasure hunt, as Todos Santos does not have a website or email address. Patrons are encouraged to call, or to stop in for a taste. For fine chocolate aficionados, it’s well worth the extra effort.