Loved The Love Apple

The Love Apple in Taos, NM

The Love Apple in Taos, NM (Image by virtualDavis)

My best dinner in Taos during a three day ski? Hands downs, the best food and service was at The Love Apple, handily edging out another good meal at Martyrs.

La Pomme D’Amour (The Love Apple), the name the French adoringly gave the tomato in the 16th Century, is a Northern New Mexico Restaurant emphasizing Regional, Organic Home Cooking. We believe in providing our community with a comforting space to share natural whole sustenance. All products are organic in nature, regional in source & prepared from scratch with intention. We are your local source for affordable, unpretentious, inventive good food. (The Love Apple)

The space, a resurrected pueblo style chapel/church, is understated but charming. And cold weather entrance almost literally through the kitchen set the down-home, pretense free stage for a memorable supper. The hostess and my waitress were friendly, knowledgable and attentive…

The Love Apple in Taos, NM

The Love Apple in Taos, NM

Wild Boar Tenderloin : Citrus marinated and grilled wild boar tenderloin with a stew of local bolita beans and tomatoes, topped with oregano roasted winter squash with feta cheese and chimichurri sauce

The Love Apple is a small thirteen table restaurant. Our food is nonlinear, inspired by northern New Mexican farmers’ fare and slow summer sunsets. We live in an old chapel replete with thick adobe walls and a crooked steeple. Our food is farm to table northern New Mexican. Our service is casual fine dining. (About The Love Apple)

Intrigued? Take a look at The Love Apple’s philosophy

Or make a reservation and take the empirical path to sublime sustenance. Call (575) 751-0050 to reserve a table, or take your chances dropping by The Live Apple’s culinary chapel which is located at 803 Paseo del Pueblo Norte in Taos, NM.

Visit The Love Apple

Hours: 5:00pm-9:00pm, Tuesday through Sunday.
Phone: 575.751.0050

The Love Apple is located at 803 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte, Taos, New Mexico in what was once the Placitas Chapel dating back to the 1800s. Find it on the map below.

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