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Destination Winnings – December Drawings

By at December 4, 2012 | 12:17 pm | 0 Comment

The holiday season is in full swing in the City Different, and to help you get out and fully enjoy the Santa Fe experience there are several drawings being held this month. Here is our roundup of December drawings. Check each of them out and then enter to win. Good Luck! Destination Santa Fe This month Destination Santa Fe has teamed up with Davids of Santa Fe to

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Blog , Drawings

Autumn Palette – The 5th Annual Canyon Road Paint Out

By at October 8, 2012 | 1:53 pm | 1 Comments

Paintout 2011

Santa Fe has attracted artists looking for clean air, vast open spaces and stunning visual culture for more than 100 years. Numerous galleries dot the city; the biggest concentration of which is on the historic Canyon Road. The art along The Road spans the spectrum. From oils and acrylics, to stone and bronze, gold and gems, and even song and dance almost every kind

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Art , Blog , Santa Fe Events

Food with a View

By at September 3, 2012 | 2:51 pm | 0 Comment

Blue Corn Mac and Cheese

The downtown location of the Blue Corn Café is a couple blocks from the plaza, yet as you look out the windows over the heart of Santa Fe it feels like you are right there. The vantage of the old architecture and the bustling streets below provide a pleasant accompaniment to the meal. Classic to Contemporary Diners are treated to a menu with a wide range of options.

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Caribbean Cravings

By at August 23, 2012 | 10:00 am | 0 Comment

Jambo Cinnamon Dusted Fried Plantanes

It’s been less than 2 months since I tried the cuisine at Jambo Café for the first time, and yet I find myself frequenting there at least once every two weeks. Something about the combinations of flavors is enough to give this foodie a craving that only they can ease. South African and Caribbean Cuisine As soon as you open the menu your mouth will start watering in

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A World of Flavor , Blog , Dining

Yes Soup for You!

By at August 15, 2012 | 1:30 pm | 0 Comment


I’ve driven past it a number of times, a simple restaurant with a simpler name, Sūp. Every time I would drive by I would tell myself that I had to try it. Well today for lunch I made a point of remembering and made my way to the corner restaurant with the quaint name. Elegant Simplicity Perhaps because it’s as straightforward as the name, or perhaps because it

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A Bounty of Favorite Flavors – Guadalupe Cafe

By at July 26, 2012 | 1:52 pm | 0 Comment


Next to the historic Roundhouse on Old Santa Fe Trail is a local landmark in terms of Santa Fe restaurants. The Guadalupe Cafe is loved by locals and visitors alike, and with good reason. The play of flavors in almost every dish causes everybody to just relax and savor the food, and with the generally large portion sizes you'll be savoring for a while. Picking

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Manitou Galleries: Manifest Mythology

By at July 22, 2012 | 5:42 pm | 0 Comment


Manitou Galleries’ Palace Avenue location is guarded by two lounging mountain lions that sprawl on benches at either side of the door. The sculptures are little sphinxes with their haughty expressions and pursed forearms, and you almost expect a riddle to erupt from their lips. It’s easy to start mythologizing like this even before entering Manitou, one of the

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Art , Blog , Galleries

The 3-C’s: Convenience, Cost and Chili

By at July 19, 2012 | 2:56 pm | 0 Comment

Burrito Co 1

Mere steps from the iconic Santa Fe Plaza is an eatery that could be easily overlooked given its nonchalant name, but should be explored further. The Burrito Co is a bustling restaurant that can be enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. Convenience Let’s face it, if you’re on the plaza then you’re already practically there. The Burrito Co is literally just off the

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“Te Amo, Andiamo!”

By at July 17, 2012 | 10:45 am | 0 Comment

Andiamo Soup and Panini

“How do I love Andiamo!? Let me count the ways…” is how Pasatiempo’s recent review of Andiamo! began. This cozy, neighborhood trattoria delights its guests with an extensive wine list, highlighting Italian wines, and a menu full of delectable entrees at reasonable prices. The restaurant is also celebrating its 17th birthday this year, with good reasons for its

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Cafe Pasquals – A Destination all its Own

By at June 24, 2012 | 10:25 pm | 0 Comment


Just a block from the historic Santa Fe Plaza is a corner restaurant that is world renowned for imaginative dishes, superb flavors, vibrant colors and organic ingredients. Housed in a building that is more than 100 years old, Cafe Pasquals has been a Santa Fe institution for more than 33 years and its popularity only continues to grow. The cafe and its owner, Katharine

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About Destination Santa Fe

Destination Santa Fe aims to bring you the best in places, events and more from Santa Fe and the surrounding area. Whether your coming for the art, the dining, outdoor adventure or just to soak in one of the multitude of local spas and resorts we have the content to help you plan your perfect Santa Fe getaway.