Arroyo Vino Restaurant & Wine Shop

My parents celebrated their 47th anniversary during a recent visit to Santa Fe, so my bride and I treated them to a memorable dinner at Arroyo Vino to ensure happy memories (and to subversively reinforce their burgeoning interest in relocating part-time to Santa Fe.) A ten minute drive from Santa Fe to the new Arroyo Vino […]

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Taste New Flavors of Santa Fe Dining

Have you read “Turning Over a New Leaf on Santa Fe Dining” on the Santa Fe: A Colorful Journey blog, which is marketed as the Official Travel Blog of Santa Fe? Check it out if you haven’t and you may discover new some flavors to add to your palate while dining in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The […]

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Shohko Café: Santa Fe’s First Sushi Bar

Last night my bride and I followed massages at Body Spa with a pitstop at Shohko Café to prolong the sybaritic pampering. In addition to being the original, longest running, and most reliable sushi restaurant in Santa Fe, Shohko Café offers another rather unique bonus. The whole establishment is fragrance-free. This policy was originally a response to the owner’s […]

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Eske’s Brew Pub in Taos, New Mexico

I followed up a sun soaked day on the Taos Ski Valley delicious lunch at Eske’s, one of my favorite Taos dining/drinking destinations. (I’ve been returning here ever since the mid 1990’s when I first lived out in this southwestern wonderland.) Delicious green chile stew, and the highlight? A gluten removed Eske special bitter called […]

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Casa Chimayo Restaurante

The Casa Chimayo Restaurante prepares authentic New Mexican food utilizing locally sourced ingredients and time honored methods following homemade recipes. Their specialty chile is a local favorite and their posole is award-winning. The restaurant was even featured in a segment of Guy Fieri’s popular Food Network show, “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives,” titled, “Aces Of Authenticity.” Take a look at the Casa […]

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Guadalupe’s Fun Rubber Stamps

Guadalupe’s Fun Rubber Stamps is the home of StampaFe Art Stamps: “[It’s] an eclectic, fun and funky line with a southwestern flair. Willard Clark, Jaye Oliver and Penny Baker are among our artists. Image categories include: Goddess; Eastern Religions; Our Lady of Guadalupe; Hearts – including Sacred Hearts and Hands; Day of the Dead; Words and Phrases; People; Random Things; Plants; Animals and Insects; […]

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Ski Santa Fe and Artistic Side Trips

Jennifer Hiller and her family visited Santa Fe and she wrote about her experiences in the San Antonio Express-News. The majority of the article describes their days skiing in Santa Fe, not Taos or another location, but a mountain right in Santa Fe! “From Ski Santa Fe’s 10,350 base elevation to its peaks above 12,000 feet, there’s a […]

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The Raven: Fine Consignments & Antiques

The Raven (formerly known as Recollections Fine Consignment Furniture and Antiques) provides a great venue in Santa Fe for your fine furniture, antique and garden consignments — whether you’re looking to sell or buy! Since 2002 The Raven has been Santa Fe’s best store for upscale furniture consignments. We carry everything from fine interiors and […]

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Jambo Café

Jambo Café, an award winning, mostly East African cuisine hipster hangout, is one of Santa Fe’s most unique (and unlikely) restaurants. The exotic locale of Lamu Island, off the coast of Kenya, with its Swahili fusion of European, Arabic and Indian influences, is at the heart of owner-chef Ahmed Obo’s spirited cuisine. It was there, […]

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Fort Marcy Recreation Complex

Fort Marcy Recreation Complex is a beautiful facility located in the heart of downtown Santa Fe. The complex boasts a 25-yard pool, fully equipped weight room, unique selection of cardio-equipment, racquetball courts and a full court gymnasium. Ft. Marcy offers a comprehensive range of fitness classes and sports leagues. The community room is available for […]

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