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Mediterranean, Mexican and Native American Cuisine

October 26, 2005, 12:00 am
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MEDITERRANEAN

CLEOPATRA CAFÉ
418 Cerrillos Road, Design Center, 820-7381
Have gyros here. $

PYRAMID CAFÉ
505 Cordova Road, 989-1378
Fluffy falafel you'll come back for. $


MEXICAN

***image1***ADELITA'S
3297 Cerrillos Road, 474-4897
Authentic and family-friendly. $

BERT'S LA TAQUERIA
1620 St. Michael's Drive, 474-0791
Tacos yes, but so much more. $-$$

CASTRO'S
3904 Rodeo Road, 438-0146
A good choice for menudo. $

COPA DE ORO
7 Avenida Vista Grande, Eldorado, 466-8668
Fine Mexican cooking. $

EL COMAL
3571 Cerrillos Road, 471-3224
Authentic and casual. $

EL PALENQUE
4350 Airport Road, 473-3836
Affordable and authentic tacos et. al. $

FELIPE'S TACOS
1711 Llano St., 473-9397
A Santa Fe favorite for burritos and more. $

GARDUÑO'S
130 Lincoln Ave., 983-9797
Go on: Have a margarita. $

GUADALAJARA GRILL
3877 Cerrillos Road, 424-3544
The 2001-2002 Restaurant of the Year remains a fave with stellar service and smashing shrimp. $

***image2***LOS MAYAS
409 W Water St., 986-9930
Guacamole made at your table underneath the stars. $-$$

MARISCOS "LA PLAYA" RESTAURANT
537 W Cordova Road, 982-2790
2875 Cerrillos Road, 473-4594
2413-B N Riverside Drive, Española, 505-747-2413
Santa Feans' favorite seafood spot, year after year. $-$$


NATIVE AMERICAN

AMAYA
Hotel Santa Fe, 1501 Paseo de Peralta, 982-1200
Unique Native cuisine. $$

 

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