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Santa Fe is home to four centuries of Spanish-American heritage, the Southwest’s premier art scene and a vibrant assortment of brunch locations. Ranging from French to Mexican and Southeast Asian cuisine, Santa Fe’s culinary scene is all about new ways to spice up the classics. No other locale brings together Southwestern charm and culinary savvy like America’s second oldest city.
Sweetwater Harvest Kitchen offers a truly original take on many classic brunch items with its standout fusion inspired menu. Sweetwater’s culinary originality is based partly in international tastes, fusing Southeast Asian items like banh mi and curry with Mexican elements like mole and black beans, and partly in health-inspired cuisine featuring spelt pancakes and quinoa cakes. Co-owner Fiona Wong’s Singaporean origins shines through in the Sunday brunch menu’s Indonesian vegetable curry, served with chicken, shrimp or tofu. While the Sunday brunch includes all items from both the breakfast and lunch, those seeking breakfast must arrive before eleven in the morning during the week.
While the Teahouse is indisputably Santa Fe’s stop for tea, the brunch menu offers variety to match the comprehensive list of teas. Alongside the obvious spread of scones, the Teahouse brunch menu features a sophisticated range of egg dishes, from quiches and the whimsically titled ‘confetti eggs’ to an impressive roster of eggs Benedict prepared with everything from Canadian bacon to smoked salmon and prosciutto. Besides egg dishes, paninis, sandwiches, soups, salads and a number of Italian-inspired larger plates abound. Unsurprisingly, a mouthwatering selection of desserts are available either to top off brunch or to accompany tea time, including an impressive number of options which can be prepared gluten-free, such as strawberry shortcake, apple crisp, key lime pie and pumpkin pie cheesecake.
The Teahouse, 821 Canyon Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87501, USA, +1 505-992-0972