IFAM | Santa Fe’s International Food Bazaar
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Our International Food Bazaar featured these restaurants in 2017:
Agapao Coffee & Tea
The inspired coffees are Fair Trade and certified organic and expertly roasted. Agapao’s teas are handcrafted with the finest ingredients into delicious blends. http://www.agapao.com/
Freshly roasted sweet corn
Annapurna’s World Vegetarian Café
Annapurna’s World Vegetarian Café offers homestyle organic vegan food, using locally grown ingredients. Their unique combination of spices and Ayurvedic recipes will give you a relaxed feeling with every bite. http://www.chaishoppe.com
Specializing in authentic New Mexico biscochitos, using a recipe passed down from Celina’s grandmother. By hand-making and hand-cutting each cookie, her biscochitos have that “melt in your mouth” quality. http://www.celinasbiscochitos.com/
Cleopatra Cafe is known for its generous portions of flavorful Mediterranean specialties. From Gyros to Moussaka, the flavors of each dish are delicate and delightful. http://www.cleopatrasantafe.com/
Serving up righteous barbecue, regional American cuisine, and a whole lot more! Lovingly prepared, wholesome meals made from scratch. http://www.cowgirlsantafe.com/
El Merendero Posa’s Inc.
Posa’s Santa Fe-style tamales are handmade using an old family recipe and local red and green chile. http://santafetamales.com/
A local’s favorite known for its fusion of Swahili, European, Arabic, and Indian influences. The combination of local ingredients, tasty spices and seasonings, and African homestyle recipes make for a memorable meal. http://jambocafe.net/
Molly’s Crepe Escape
Made-to-order, savory and sweet crepes. The homemade batter is topped with the freshest ingredients. http://mollyscrepes.com/
Nath’s Khmer Cuisine
A unique Cambodian fusion of Thai, Vietnamese, and Chinese culinary influences. Using natural and organic ingredients, many from local growers, the result is wholesome gourmet-quality cooking that is not only tasty for your palate, but healthy for your body. http://nathscatering.com/
Platero Fry Bread & Navajo Tacos
Fry bread has been a staple of Navajo cuisine for generations. Whether eaten alone, with toppings, or as the base of a Navajo taco, one taste of this fluffy fried dough will have you wanting more.
Refreshing fruit drinks located at the heart of the Market!
Satisfy your sweet tooth with all natural premium ice cream in uniquely southwestern and traditional flavor combinations. http://www.taoscow.com/
Mexican mole, tacos, and more.
For questions about the International Food Bazaar please contact Ginger Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.