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Best Romantic Restaurant 2008

Yeah, You Might Want to Chew With Your Mouth Closed

July 24, 2008, 12:00 am
1 Geronimo
724 Canyon Road
505-982-1500

There’s something incredibly sexy about spending a lot of money on food, isn’t there? Not that Geronimo costs that much more than the other top-shelf restaurants in Santa Fe. Maybe it just acts like it’s more expensive. And hey, when you’re trying to impress somebody, that works. Be sure to tell them when you call that it’s a special evening and see if you can get a seat in a quiet corner where you can snuggle together as you nibble on beautiful, beautifully constructed food. Don’t expect it to be quiet in these big, open rooms, and don’t expect to fade into the bright white walls. It’s romantic, but you’ll be on display as much as the food. Expect some changes now that Martin Rios has taken over, with more classical French techniques and a little more Southwestern flavor to the food.

2 The Compound Santa Fe
653 Canyon Road
505-982-4353


3 La Casa Sena
125 E. Palace Ave.
505-988-9232

 

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