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Posted: Saturday, May 25, 2013 7:00 am | Updated: 12:21 pm, Fri May 31, 2013.

The Plaza Café: Opened for business in 1905 and probably the oldest surviving restaurant in Santa Fe, the Plaza Café has been owned by husband and wife Dan and Beneranda Razatos since 1947 — and has remained with the family ever since, serving up local New Mexican favorites, along with Greek and American dishes.

In 2010, the original restaurant on the Plaza was damaged by a fire, so the family opened another location, Plaza Café Southside, on Zafarano Drive off Cerrillos Road. Today, both locations are open; chef Andrew Razatos runs the downtown location, while his older brother, Leonard Razatos, operates the south-side location. And both brothers have embraced social media to help keep customers coming back.

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