Love Apple focuses on local and organic food that doesn’t sacrifice on taste and is served up in a romantic atmosphere. We cannot recommend this restaurant highly enough. The food and wine list is simply phenomenal; you cannot go wrong whatever you choose. We definitely recommend starting with the homemade cornbread. Love Apple is housed in what was once known as the Placitas Chapel, which was built around the 1800’s and was in operation for 100 years.
For breakfast and lunch in Taos hit up Gutiz, a small gem that cooks up delicious and truly one-one-a-kind Latin-French fusion fare. For breakfast they serve house made cinnamon rolls that are out of this world. Your hardest decision will be what to order, it all looks amazing! Gutiz is a lovely local hotspot you should not miss.
For a quant place that packs a flavor punch try El Meze. They serve up regionally inspired rustic comfort food that is out of this world. Make sure to try the grilled romaine salad, buffalo tamales in hatch green chile and finish it off with the cardamom donuts.
For a more casual dining experience head over to Orlando’s. This is a local staple serving up delicious and authentic Northeastern New Mexican food. Start with their guacamole and be sure to get their blue corn enchiladas.
Just visited Taos Pueblo, a village that's been inhabited for over 1000 years. I touched the buildings, made up of clay and straw and water, squeezed an 8 week old puppy super tight and ate fry bread w/ honey and sugar. Photo by: @acozykitchen