Santa Fe Reporter - Santa Fe Restaurant Guide <![CDATA[test - ]]> Justin Horwath and Joey Peters
<![CDATA[SFR Restaurant Guide: 10 Best - 2012-2013]]>
This year's 10 Best Restaurants.
<![CDATA[SFR Restaurant Guide: 20 Faves - 2012-2013]]>
SFR's 20 Favorite Restaurants in Santa Fe.
<![CDATA[SFR Restaurant Guide: Food Carts & Cheap Eats - 2012-2013]]>
Looking for cheap and mobile food in Santa Fe? Find it here.]]>
<![CDATA[SFR Restaurant Guide: The Classics - 2012-2013]]>
Unfortunately, we at SFR can’t profile every single deserving restaurant in Santa Fe. Hence our list of classics—some of the best restaurants around at achieving excellence, year in and year out. We’re lucky to have such a vibrant food scene—not to mention one with staying power.]]>
<![CDATA[SFR Restaurant Guide 2012-2013 - SFR's annual guide to eating in Santa Fe: The Classics, 10 Best Restaurants, our 20 Favorites, Cheap Eats and Food Carts]]>
Bear with me through this metaphor: Editing SFR’s annual Restaurant Guide is torture.

Just imagine, for a moment, that you are a person who defines “lunch break” as a cup of coffee and some almonds, consumed as quickly as possible while frantically replying to emails and building campaign-finance spreadsheets. Imagine that, after said break, you must read pages upon pages of mouthwatering details about the pâtés, short ribs, chocolate mousses, bellinis, green chile cheeseburgers, breakfast burritos, seared scallops, fried pork bellies and vegan sandwiches that comprise Santa Fe’s rich, diverse, inventive food scene.

See? Torture.]]>
<![CDATA[SFR Restaurant Guide 2011-2012 - SFR's annual guide to eating in Santa Fe: The Classics, 10 Best Restaurants, our 20 Favorites and a complete list of where to eat.]]>
By: Alexa Schirtzinger

This may be the last Restaurant Guide you ever read.

Not to be alarmist or anything, but 2012 is, in some circles, considered the date of the coming apocalypse. And it’s not just the guys peddling crystals on the side of the highway; many Americans believe that, sometime next year, the world will come to an abrupt, fiery end [cover story, Nov. 18, 2009: “My Oh Mayan!”].

The events of 2011 seem to support this eventuality: fires, floods, tsunamis, earthquakes, and Congress’ near-failure to raise the debt ceiling (and utter failure to do anything else).

Lawrence E Joseph, the author of Apocalypse 2012 (and Aftermath, the guide to surviving said apocalypse), has a name for the shape of the solar flare that could spell our demise: “cosmic croissant.” 

<![CDATA[SFR Restaurant Guide: The 10 Best - 2011-2012]]>

 The City Different is as perfect a place as anywhere to eat, drink and be merry before the world ends.

In order to equip you to do just that, we’ve changed the format of this year’s Restaurant Guide. Instead of a single Restaurant of the Year, the 2011-12 guide profiles the 10 local restaurants we consider the city’s very best.

<![CDATA[SFR Restaurant Guide: The Classics - 2011-2012]]>
By: Zane Fischer
Each year, SFR makes a list (and checks it twice) just for those restaurants that define the City Different. They’re the ones we know and love—and have for years—for their consistent quality, reliable service and special spark. They’re the comfy jeans of Santa Fe’s restaurant world—ripped in the knees and soft as silk. Obviously, that only makes them sexier. (Alexa Schirtzinger)]]>
<![CDATA[SFR Restaurant Guide: The 20 Favorites - 2011-2012]]>
Our 20 favorite places you have to eat before the Mayan apocalypse.]]>
<![CDATA[SFR Restaurant Guide: Where to Eat What to Eat - 2011-2012]]>
Where to Eat and What to Eat in Santa Fe.]]>
<![CDATA[Santa Fe Restaurant Guide 2009-1010 - SFR's annual guide to eating in Santa Fe: classic restaurants, restaurant of the year, our 40 favorites and the complete list of where to eat and what to eat.]]>
By: Zane Fischer
SFR's annual guide to eating in Santa Fe: classic restaurants, restaurant of the year, our 40 favorites and the complete list of where to eat and what to eat.]]>
<![CDATA[Santa Fe Restaurant Guide 2007-2008 - ]]>
The indispensable award-winning guide to dining in Santa Fe.]]>
<![CDATA[40 Favorite Santa Fe Restaurants 2007-2008 - ]]> Gwyneth Doland

"What's your favorite restaurant in Santa Fe?" That's a question I've been asked a thousand times. And I always give the same answer: "I don't have one." In fact, even whittling my favorites down to 40 is an excruciating process. This list of 40 Favorites is the culmination of a year's worth of eating and months of debate among the Reporter's editorial staff and my cadre of foodie advisors.

<![CDATA[Santa Fe Uncorked: Wine Guide - ]]> <![CDATA[New Mexico Food Lover's Dictionary - ]]> <![CDATA[LA BOCA: SFR's Restaurant of the Year 2007-2008 - ]]>
There are two things that make Santa Fe such an interesting place to eat. First and foremost is the 500-year-old cross-cultural potluck that is New Mexican cuisine. Green chile stew, smothered breakfast burritos, stuffed sopaipillas: It may seem like a regular day's menu to us but you don't have to travel far to be reminded that this stuff really is unique.]]>
<![CDATA[Santa Fe Restaurants Categorized by Cuisine - ]]> <![CDATA[Santa Fe Restaurant Guide 2006-2007 - ]]> ***image1***
The indispensible, award-winning locals' guide to dining in Santa Fe includes: complete reviews of SFR Editors'