Elegant historic charm meets culinary innovation in the oldest city in New Mexico, Santa Fe. And its buzzing restaurant scene comes into its own for that most treasured weekend tradition, the laid-back brunch. We revisit our guide to brunch in the city, to bring you some more must-visit spots.
El Chile Toreado, the understated roadside spot catering to tourists and locals alike, promises authentic Mexican food produced to the very highest standard. Founder and head chef Luis prepares unusual breakfast treats with a defiant hit of spice, the Tex-Mex-inspired breakfast burrito loaded with tangy chorizo being the morning pick-me-up of choice for Santa Fe locals.
El Chile Toreado, 950 W Cordova Rd, Santa Fe, NM, USA, +1 505-500-0033
A triumphant show of decadence, Kakawa Chocolate House offers something unique for a weekend brunch. Kakawa channels the medicinal history of drinking chocolate. Start the day with an Aztec brownie flavoured with chillies or enjoy a selection of chocolates created from the highest quality 80% dark chocolate.
Kakawa Chocolate House, 1050 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe, NM, USA, +1 505-982-0388