We love ice cream and this is a great place! We never drive by without stopping!! Flavors very but you won't be disappointed whatsoever you try!
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Great breakfast fare: you can build your own burrito, omelette, oatmeal, etc. For lunch, you can build your own sandwich... we loved the turkey club and home made pot pies.
Aroyo Seco is a lovely place to walk around a shop for local art and the Taos Cow is a must for their homemade ice cream. They have lots of great flavors and will give you a sample. The food there is also really good....More
The first time I tried to go here, we showed up two hours prior to closing. The staff had apparently decided to close early, but there was no notification posted that the restaurant was closed. Three staff members were inside talking and when I attempted...More
We go to Taos yearly and always stop by the Taos Cow, as it has become a ritual as we leave hiking from ski valley. Ice cream is fine, but the service is something else. Last week it was the same. Walked in, only a...More
I wandered into the Taos Cow about 7:00 on a Sunday morning and found it to be just perfect. A couple of souls were already hard at work at their writing. I ordered the migas, and they were just great, with house-made green chile sauce...More
Good coffee, breakfast, locals meeting and a stroll through town like all else. The lattes were superior and the baked goods tasty and the fella I was with had a full cooked breakfast and gobbled it.
I've been to the Taos Cow many times and this time was a special trip up from Santa Fe. The sandwiches are huge and delicious, along many local breakfast entrees. Best of all, of course, are the ice cream flavors; especially recommended is the Mexican...More