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Mexikanisches Restaurant

La Fonda on the Plaza

Von 33 Einheimischen empfohlen · Geschätzter Preis 2 von 4 ·
Über diesen Ort
La Plazuela was the hotel's original 1920s patio and it retains that sunlit Old World charm. The menu was crafted to showcase old favorites with New World influences and authentic New Mexican cuisine, and our award-winning wine list is exceptional.
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Tipps von Einheimischen

Ann
Ann
August 13, 2019
Go to the Bell Tower Bar on the roof in the evening
Lynne
Lynne
February 4, 2019
Restaurant, Bar, Coffee shop, shops, clothes, gifts. Historic. Hang out in Lobby and watch tourists. French Pastry shop in the Hotel
Roxanne
Roxanne
February 3, 2019
For food and/or drinks. Don't miss the rooftop bar when the weather's nice!
Douglas
Douglas
January 2, 2019
Great Restaurant at La Fonda on the Plaza!
Quentin
Quentin
December 13, 2018
Great location in Downtown that has a relaxed and welcome feel. Cold winter nights also make for a welcome change inside. Not really child friendly; but, does make one feel they are home.

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Das empfehlen Einheimische

Tapas-Restaurant
“Enjoy dinner here and then ask them when the next flaminco dance will be held. So fun to watch! ”
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Einkaufszentrum
“Authenticity is guaranteed for jewelry purchases under the palace porch. Vendors are vetted for direct connection to native artists. Also museum inside. Santa Fe’s oldest Catholic Church was built in 1610. Native populations had lived in the area for centuries before. During the 1800s, Santa Fe became a major terminal for the Santa Fe Trail that spanned from Independence, Missouri, to Santa Fe. As the ending point of the main trail, it became a large trading area for supplies needed while traveling. Recognized as a time-honored route of travel through the United States and Mexico, the El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail was the primary route between the colonial Spanish capital of Mexico City and some Spanish provincial capitals. The city quickly became a major trade center not only for travelers to Santa Fe, but also to all of northern New Mexico. During the Civil War, federal troops, aided by the New Mexico Volunteers, prevented the invasion of Confederate troops at Apache Pass, near present-day Glorieta. As the city and state flourished with people coming to settle the west, the region quickly became large enough in population to formally become a state in 1912. In fact, it had been colonized 25 years before the colonials set foot at Plymouth Rock. As the 47th state, the main city of Santa Fe became the state capital.”
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Museum
“An intimate journey through the works of one of New Mexico's most beloved artist.”
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Travel Agency
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Neue amerikanische Küche
“Beautiful restaurant if you want to splurge Best in town. Next door is also El Farol which will be my next recommendation ”
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Standort
100 E San Francisco St
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Telefonnummer+1 505-982-5511
ÖffnungszeitenGeöffnet · Schließt um 11:30 PM
Kreditkarten
Yes (incl. Discover & Visa)
Sitzplätze im Freien
Nein
Musik
Live-Musik
Speisekarten
Frühstück, brunch, mittagessen, abendessen, dessert
Getränke
Beer, wein, vollumfänglicher barservice, cocktails
Speisemöglichkeiten
Kein Lieferservice
Parking
Ja
Toilette
Ja
Rollstuhlgerecht
Ja
ATM
Ja
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