Food & Drink in Los Alamos

45% Off Spanish Tapas at Taberna


$40 $22

Shareable plates of Spanish fare include braised pork shoulder, roasted beet salad, and smoked chicken legs in a bright, modern restaurant

45% Off at Asian Restaurant

Santa Fe

$20 $11


Chefs create Chinese, Thai, and Japanese dishes, including sushi and vegetarian specialties

Up to 50% Off European Cuisine at Tanti Luce 221

Downtown Santa Fe

$40 $21


A selection of Spanish, French, and Italian tapas alongside entrees such as pesto-crusted diver scallops and housemade beef ravioli

Up to 61% Off Wine Club Membership at Anasazi Fields Winery


$50 $20

Tour the premises before sipping on dry table wines hand-crafted from locally sourced fruits and berries; membership includes 20% discount

Up to 45% Off Wine Tasting


$41 $25

Couples choose eight wines to sample, paired with chocolate-covered raisins and almonds, and take home a bottle of Estate Tempranillo

Half Off Smoothies and Healthy Food at ZoE Smoothies & More

Rio Rancho (located inside The Sports Clubs)

$10 $5

Smoothies made with fresh fruit, low-fat yogurt, sweetened with honey alongside other healthy treats

50% Off at Pizza 9 in Rio Rancho

Rio Rancho

$20 $10

Chicago--style deep-dish & thin-crust pizzas quell cravings for Italian fare along with hearty pasta & crispy fried apps for carry-out

42% Off Sub and Chips at L.A. Subs

Rio Rancho

$6.95 $4

Pillowy rolls come packed with savory fillings, including italian, ham, roast beef, or tuna

50% Off Raw Juices & Smoothies at Juice It Up

Paradise Hills Civic

$10 $5

Juice bar slings healthy smoothies, tropical fruit bowls, and raw juice blends that are rich in vitamins, minerals, and nutrients

45% Off at Ned's Bar & Grill


$20 $11


Green chile cheeseburger, grilled ahi tuna sandwich, southwestern grilled chicken sandwich, enchiladas, and nachos

$10 for Sushi, Salads, and Juices at Sushi Loka


$10 $5

In a casual café-like environment, diners sup on spicy crab rolls, hearty cobb salads, raw juices, and fresh smoothies

Up to Half Off Mexican Cuisine at Hacienda Del Rio

West Old Town

$30 $16.50

Southwestern and Mexican dishes of beef fajitas, charbroiled steaks, fry-bread tacos, and burgers topped with Hatch green chili

Half Off Southeast Asian Cuisine at Street Food Market

University Heights

$10 $5

Saigon market steamed banh bao, Bangkok market pad thai, and other Southeast Asian street food specialties

50% Off at Chocolate Dude Coffee & Candy


$10 $5


Hand-made, gourmet chocolates, Italian-style espresso, and gifts for any occasion

Up to 50% Off at Town House Restaurant

Nob Hill

$20 $12

Restaurant originally opened in 1963 serves variety of American comfort food, such as pork chops, patty melt with fries, and cobb salad

Up to 51% Off Breakfast Food at R U Cereal?

University Heights

$18 $9

Take a break from studying to dig into this breakfast-oriented restaurant's buffet, which includes more than 35 cereals and various toppings

Up to 50% Off Healthy, Prepared Meals from My Delish Dinners

Cottonwood Corners

$25 $13

Prepared meals save time, effort, and wasted food, and are a healthier alternative to fast food

Up to 57% Off Boxed Lunches


$30 $15

Boxed lunches such as deli-style sandwiches with roast beef, chicken salad, or pulled pork are freshly prepared to feed two or more diners

Up to 50% Off New Mexican Cuisine at Cecilia's Cafe


$16 $8


Café featured on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives serves authentic New Mexican fare and challenges patrons to eat loaded 10-pound burritos

50% Off American-European Food at CoolWater Fusion Restaurant


$20 $10

Award-winning eatery puts gourmet twists on American-inspired dishes nuanced by French and Italian flavors in a modern, cozy dining space

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For roughly 50 miles, the Rio Grande winds through canyons and the Taos Ski Valley, passing along reddish-brown hills and the distant peaks of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Here, fisherman Taylor Streit casts his line into the rushing water and snags a rainbow trout. An expert fly fisher, Mr. Streit has guided other anglers through Northern New Mexico's waters for more than three decades. He's written three fishing books, been inducted into the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame, and lit up television screens on programs such as Legends of Rod & Reel. But perhaps the greatest testament to Taylor Streit's success is his son Nick—a championship fisherman in his own right and the current owner of Taos Fly Shop.

Nick has guided trips alongside his dad since he was a teenager, and —along with a full staff of expert anglers—the two continue to lead fishing trips that catch brown trout, rainbow trout, and other fish species in waters such as the Rio Grande and the lower Red River. For their most-dedicated customers, they run a fly-fishing school. Their beginner programs teach basics such as how to cast a line, whereas intermediate classes teach anglers how to read a river's water. Back on dry land, Nick also sells flies, fly rods, and other fishing gear.

1006 Paseo Del Pueblo Sur

Anna and Sancho Soeiro operate their Canyon Road café five days a week, serving organic fare largely sourced from local farmers’ markets. Dish n' Spoon Cafe's menu spans soups, salads, and sandwiches (made with chicken-curry salad, for example, or roast beef and horseradish), and caters to the noncarnivorous with veggie burgers and veggie lasagna. The café itself is housed in what was a one-room grocery store for 70 years; after moving in, the Soeiros decided to reflect the welcoming environment and community loyalty it represented in the repurposed space.

Cubbies of knickknacks, sculptures, and other gewgaws and gifts line the walls, creating an atmosphere of cozy, quaint chaos. The faces of frequent customers smile from a Star Wall of pictures, and kids chomp organic PB&J or grilled-cheese sandwiches before running off to play in the restaurant’s special kids’ corner. A Santa Fe Reporter write-up notes some of the café's Santa Fean charms—"quirkily mismatched" plates and silverware, and a patio where patrons can sprinkle sunshine and shredded clouds on their meals.

New Mexican correspondent Rob De Walt describes how, in 2009, Mayor David Coss declared August 14 Dish n’ Spoon Day in honor of the Soeiros’ consistent dedication to volunteer work and community service—they've been involved in historic preservation, the Buckaroo Ball, and a court-appointed advocate program for survivors of juvenile abuse or neglect. Every Monday, Dish n’ Spoon runs on a pay-what-you-can price structure, allowing patrons to live within their means or finally use that stash of leprechaun gold that banks refuse to convert to U.S. dollars.

616 Canyon Rd
Santa Fe,

Pranzo Italian Grill treats lunchers and diners to authentic Italian fare. Lunch offers pizza pepperoni with marinara, mozzarella, and pepperoni ($14.45), which can be paired with insalata mista, whose green mixture is decked out with toasted pine nuts, tomato, and sweet red onion ($7.95). For dinner, sip a mochaccino ($4.25) while snacking on cozze con finocchio, an antipasto dish of black Mediterranean mussels soaking in a saffron-garlic broth ($10.95). Lasagna Bolognese keeps guests satisfied with layers of pasta, ricotta, mozzarella, meatballs, Bolognese, and marinara ($16.95), and gnocchi astice fills stomachs with house-made gnocchi and lobster among bacon, chili flakes, garlic, peas, and saffron cream ($25.95).

540 Montezuma Ave
Santa Fe,

Body pampers and tones physiques with spa services and fitness training and tends to wee ones with childcare services and sating hungers at an organic café. Aestheticians buff visages with organic, Ecocert-certified Naturopathica products during custom facials and tighten sagging skin until it's smooth enough to host a microscopic roller derby with microdermabrasion, microcurrents, and derma-rollers. Yoga and dance classes invite limbs to bend and shake, working up an appetite sated by the café’s menu, which pleases raw and vegan palates as well as source-conscious carnivores. After a massage or personal-training session, clients pick up eco-friendly fashions at an on-site boutique, where sustainable, fair-trade garments give patrons something to wear to a dinner party at Mother Nature's house.

333 W Cordova Rd
Santa Fe,

Throughout the day, The Chocolate Maven Bakery & Café buzzes with visitors who dine on kitchen specialties while savoring aromas of fresh pastries from the onsite bakery. With a commitment to locally sourced ingredients and a flavor for international fare, the kitchen crafts dishes such as crispy Mediterranean pizzas with sun-dried tomatoes or empanada pastries with butternut squash. They regularly turn out decorative cakes, bread, and sweet treats as well. True to the eatery's name, the bakery offers vegan sweets and a selection of chocolate goods praised by the Santa Fe Reporter for being "utterly decadent."

821 W San Mateo Rd
Santa Fe,

At Revolution Bakery, desserts and baked goods such as bundt cakes, whoopee pies, and focaccia undergo gluten-free makeovers amid the scenic vistas of Santa Fe’s Railyard district. Treat you and your future self to a pair of peanut-butter-swirl brownies ($5/2) or make gourmet s'mores with a dozen decadent marshmallows ($10/bag) infused with notes of cinnamon, vanilla, and cocoa. Not to be outdone by their sweet kitchen compatriots, savory fare such as artisan loaves of challah and pizza dough (market price) beg to be brought home and transformed into sandwiches and pies.

1291 San Felipe Ave
Santa Fe,