Great, friendly service with delicious food and great service. The host/server was kind and knowledgable
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Fuego is in a large courtyard behind a row of charming downtown stores. It has a modest pass through entrance, but it is lush, green, relaxing and slow paced. Huge trees grow in the courtyard and the restaurant has both in and outside tables. Inside...More
Had dinner at Julia-I belive the old name is Fuego-excellent meal and service-fish was amazing-Chef Todd came by to tell our party where everything was from and how it was cooked/details of sauces-loved it!
The management has completely changed the entire way food and beverage is served here. It is not worth going ,
Fuego has been replaced by Julia. A new highly acclaimed chef with a new concept in a newly refurbished space. I think the new Julia's is excellent.
Good steaks Reasonable prices Low keyed Polite waitstaff An easy dinner when you want a relaxing quiet environment
As locals we are interested in the publicity around a refocus of this restaurant which we experienced as pricey but not on a par with other pricey operations, some of which we hold in high esteem. While apparent hotel guests seemed to be enjoying the...More
Fuego is located in La Posada De Santa Fe Resort and Spa, once the private home of a successful merchant and his wife and children. A mystery surrounds his wife's later years and many say she still haunts the property. Our waitress told us stories...More
This was our last restaurant during our stay in Santa Fe. The service was great and so was the food. The Bison Chili is a must. The homemade dips for their homemade chips are a must. I had a burger and my wife had the...More