After a long day of seeing the sites around the Enchanted loop ended up at Michaels for dinner. The food was very good, reasonably priced and the staff very nice and friendly.
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There's regularly a wait for tables at this local institution which still serves the best breakfast and baked goods in town. We hit it for a late breakfast and found the "New Mexico eggs benedict" and breakfast burrito tasty, filling and fully satisfying. Their green...More
We stopped here after touring the Taos Pueblo, and it was every bit as good as reviews had promised ! The service was great - and although I can't remember what we had for lunch - the fries that came with the sandwich were awesome...More
I was there for breakfast with my family and was pretty impressed by their decoration. Aside from that, their bread and panckakes and omelettes were more than good. The waiters were very kind and the overall service pretty good. As other reviewers say, at noon...More
Don't let the line intimidate you; it moves fast. We had breakfast twice while visiting over Christmas. They have really good food, and it is affordable. We love the pancakes, and the toast is bread they make daily, what is not to love about breakfast?...More
Our visit was around noon. Full house, we sat at the bar. Seasoned staff. Quick service. Diner-style menu (with a southwestern influence). Money's worth.
I don't get to Taos as often as I'd like, but I always have to get the Tortilla Rellenada with Christmas sauce (using red and green chilis) and hash browns for breakfast. Great cozy ambience, but get there early before the late-risers get there and...More
This was a delightful little experience. Not fancy but corky and tach of old school. The food was good and worth it nothing fancy made with bread from their own backeiry. Some of the minue items have their own spin on normal. We did lunch...More