Taos, New Mexico
My family and I are heading to Taos in July, we all love food and are open to just about anything. I have read that Dragonfly and Orlando's is good, any other suggestions? Oh, if you have any coffee shop suggestions that would be awesome too!
Regarding the first reply, Joseph's Table is closed. Kokoman is great, but it's well over an hour from Taos. Go instead to the OBL wine shop at mile marker one on the Ski Valley Road.
You will want to check out Antonio's on Dona Luz just off the plaza. Nouvelle New Mexican food. Outstanding for the money.
The Love Apple on Paseo del Pueblo Norte is doing some interesting dinners. Contemporary locally sourced dining.
For pizza, I'd recommend Pizano's just past the light on the road to Taos Ski Valley. Great, great crusts and an eclectic variety of topping choices. Amazing views from the patio.
The Trading Post Cafe in Rancho de Taos near the famous San Francisco de Asis church, is a very pleasant surprise.
Ricky's in town on Paseo del Pueblo Sur is authentic and inexpensive mexican dining.
Michael's Kitchen is a local and tourist favorite for breakfast. Some traditional breakfast type meals that stretch out to more interesting selections. Outstanding bakery. On Paseo del Pueblo Norte.
23 Highway 150, El Prado, NM 87529
best pizza--The Outback Pizza
fine dining--The Outpost , Joseph's Table are excellent. Sabroso in Arroyo Seco is marvleous for drinks, wine list, appetisers and dinners. Lambert's nothing special. Ditto Doc Martin's. The O Cafe in Pojoaque on the drive up is reasonable and quite good for lunch. The Kokomon liquor store near the O Cafe has one of the best wine selections in the state. Ditto their beers. All with good prices and knowledgeable staff if you want something for the room or the cooler. It's hard to have a bad time in Taos.
108 A. South Plaza, Taos, NM 87571
Doc Martin's Restaurant
125 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte, Taos, NM 87571
470 State Highway 150, Arroyo Seco, NM 87514