Santa Fe International Folk Art Market

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Where to Eat

Preferred Restaurants

If you live in Santa Fe or if you plan to visit the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market this July, please consider eating at one of our preferred restaurants.  We thank the restaurants listed below for their generous support of the Market.

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Andiamo

Dining at Andiamo is a simple experience. We prepare the finest, local and seasonal ingredients a la minute with the utmost care and respect.  Our menu is inspired by Italian cuisine, but as food is born of the region, we stay true to our relationships with local growers.  Our wine list appeals to a broad spectrum in terms of taste and price point, well-known producers and little known finds. We see Andiamo as a collective experience for people who love food. Our staff is genuinely happy to work with our customers, as we want our guests to feel better for having eaten here.

Open Nightly from 5:00

505-995-9595
322 Garfield St
Santa Fe, New Mexico
www.andiamoonline.com

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Coyote Cafe

The Cafe at the Coyote has been a Santa Fe tradition since its conception in 1987 by celebrity chef, Mark Miller.

After years of consistently innovative Southwestern Cuisine, this downtown mainstay lives on with a fresh perspective from acclaimed chef, Eric DiStefano.

From Eric’s signature Elk Tenderloin to Firery Hot Prawns, the main dining room offers a first class experience accompanied by professional service, in an elegant, yet relaxed atmosphere.

Dinner Nightly 5:30 pm to closing

132 W. Water Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-1615
www.coyotecafe.com

 

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Dion’s

At Dion’s, we make simple, great food for everyday life.

We pride ourselves on the exceptional quality we put into each and every pizza, salad and sub.

We strive to always give you an extraordinary dining experience and put the best into everything we make because only the best is good enough at Dion’s.

2014 Cerrillos Rd
Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-424-7333
www.dionspizza.com

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Jambo Café

Award winning African & Caribbean cuisine from chef/owner Ahmed Obo, “Obo’s food is spirited, and at its best, it strikes a superb balance between vibrant and subtle, making it better than most of what’s being served locally at many times the price.” ….Nouf Al-Qasimi, Pasatiempo

Come and enjoy our bigger and better new dining room. Monday-Saturday. 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.; Friday & Saturday ‘til 10 p.m.

2010 Cerrillos Road (near Hobby Lobby)
Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-473-1269
www.jambocafe.net

 

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Osteria d’Assisi

Osteria d’ Assisi stands out as an authentic Italian restaurant in Santa Fe assuring us all that Italy never feels too far away.  Settled in a historic home in the Santa Fe plaza, the Osteria d’ Assisi dining experience is an invitation to an Italian chef’s home. It is warm and inviting, with an old world charm and a focus on service that is so rare today.  The outdoor patio is the perfect respite from work or sightseeing and opportunity to relax and enjoy its proximity to the Plaza and Convention Center.

Osteria d’ Assisi has been honored with the Luigi Veronelli’s Best Italian Restaurants Award, Open Table Diner’s Choice Award, and the Taste of Santa Fe Award several years running.

Lunch 11:000 – 2:30
Dinner 5- close
Happy hour 4:30-6:30

58 south Federal Pl
Santa Fe , NM 87501
505-986-5858
Osteriadassisi.com

 

Steaksmith

“Any restaurant that offers lobster tail on the children’s menu must think very highly of its customers—and judging from how Steaksmith at El Gancho is voted best steakhouse year after year, it’s clear that its customers feel the same way right back. The restaurant does double-duty as a go-to family restaurant (if you can afford lobster tails for your third-grader, of course) and a fine-dining hot spot. While the cuisine is haute, you don’t have to be fancy to fit in here. Going out with old friends? Sure, order a $28 plate of king crab and sirloin, but then order another half-bottle from the hefty wine list and laugh a little too loud at stories across the table. No, scratch that—there’s no such thing as laughing too loud or eating too much. At least not at Steaksmith.”

–Review from Santa Fe Reporter

Open 7 days:

Lounge from 4:00-9:30
Dining from 5:00-9:30
Reservations: 505.988.3333
www.santafesteaksmith.com

 

Whole Foods Market

We search for the highest quality, least processed, most flavorful and natural foods possible because we believe that food in its purest state — unadulterated by artificial additives, sweeteners, colorings and preservatives — is the best tasting and most nutritious food there is.

Store hours:
7:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. seven days a week.

753 Cerrillos Rd
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Phone 505-992-1700
www.wholefoodsmarket.com

To help plan your stay in Santa Fe while at the Folk Art Market, visit the Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau’s official travel site for Santa Fe, New Mexico:
http://santafe.org/

Or visit our list of useful links

The Santa Fe International Folk Art Market, a non-profit organization, produces the largest international folk art market in the world, and our success led to Santa Fe’s designation as a UNESCO City of Folk Art.