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."
Established in 2006. This store carries over a hundred different types of refreshing hot and cold flavored drinks ranging from milk teas, snow, slush, flavored milk teas, flavored teas, yogurt smoothies and much more. We have over 30 snacks/food dishes.
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.
Helmed by cookbook author and television personality Jane Butel, Jane Butel’s Southwest Cooking School arms aspiring chefs with savory culinary artillery. For more than 50 years, Butel has sharpened her culinary prowess—authoring 20 cookbooks and hosting four television and national radio shows—developing an insatiable catalogue of accessible, demonstration classes that delve deep into American Southwest and regional Mexican cooking. Master the spices, sauces, and complicated handshakes of southwestern fare with one of Butel’s introductory classes, which teach greenhorn gourmands how to prepare quintessential New Mexican eats, including guacamole, quesadillas, green-chili chicken, enchiladas, and more. Each class focuses on a specific menu and theme, with items that speak to a wide range of culinary topics, including healthy cuisine, grilling, quick-and-easy cooking, and party favorites.