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Owner David Jacoby, sometimes called the Duke of Soup, said he has hundreds of soups in his repertoire and presents eight of them daily.
Since it opened in the late 1990s, El Tesoro Café has served a dual purpose: It’s both a place to eat and a place to hang out, functioning as a public space inside Sanbusco Center.
Pizza Centro’s pie is New York-style all the way, with light tomato sauce and a soft crust that is usually crisp around the edge and has a pleasant sweetness and chew.
Has the passion fizzled just a touch at Sushi Land East? The food is still fine, but it feels workmanlike. Somehow, I get the feeling that here, simply being “good enough” is good enough.
Until somebody suggested I check out the Agoyo Lounge, I had no idea there was a restaurant inside the Inn on the Alameda, the popular hotel at the corner of Alameda Street and Paseo de Peralta. I don’t think my ignorance is unique — after all, the location is slightly removed from the downtown dining cluster.
Fall in Santa Fe is prime time for leisurely drives down windy roads and hikes through golden aspens. If you find yourself behind the wheel and heading north of town, you might end up following Bishops Lodge Road toward the idyllic village of Tesuque, with its mature shade trees and quiet rolling hills.
Heads up, Santa Fe restaurants. Of the half-dozen best meals I’ve eaten in recent memory, only two were in Santa Fe — and those were from a ta…