Excellent food and value, great oil selection. Nice wine list. Friendly service, manager very gracious.
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It was a bit like stepping back in time. The ambience is 1940s music and decor. Red checked table clothes and candles in chianti bottles. The food was fresh and delicious, the service top-notch.
A friend gave Stella's an enthusiastic recommendation, so we figured we'd give it a shot. It's small, it's dark and and reminds me of many small-comfortable-red-checkered tablecloth-neighborhood restaurants. Its rare to find a restaurant where you can easily carry on a conversations without music blaring...More
We sat in the lovely and peaceful outdoor patio. Indoor seating was very nice also. The food is very tasty and a cut above your family style Italian restaurant. The menu had varied and unique choices. The wine list was good also, but a little...More
Took the family here (4 kids between 8 & 15) and the Mrs. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the appetizers and the entrees! The service was good and the open air dining in the cool, late summer Taos air was really nice. I had a local New...More
On recent visit to Taos (August 2017) we visited Stella's for an evening meal. Restaurant was not busy for a Saturday evening (first warning sign) so we were greeted and quickly seated. We found the table service and atmosphere on par with most reviews on...More
We had a great experience from the time we entered the lovely little restaurant until we said our goodbyes. Everything was just perfect. Good wine list, great service, wonderful food; it was all just something not to be missed. When in Taos it will be...More
I loved this place last time, but it seemed like maybe we hit them on an off night or I just didn't order the right thing. We weren't super hungry, so we only ordered a couple of the antipasti, and they were good but somewhat...More
This is a quiet, romantic spot with wonderful, homemade offerings. There is a self-serve antipasti bar at one end of the restaurant. The theme of the restaurant is the 1940's and the music playlist is from that era; the tables are set with red/white check...More