Saw the sign on the roof and had to stop! Good food, great people, and amazing cookies! Everything was grown or made in house.
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We had been driving for hours and we all needed a bathroom break. When we walked in the door we were greeted like long lost family and immediately made to feel at home. Sitting next to me at the counter, I asked the gentleman next to me "how are you today?" The response was "pretty grumpy". We had a great... More
This place was a pleasant surprise when I found myself ravenously hungry in the middle of New Mexico. Luckily we stopped in here. The owners were such friendly and fun people. The food was incredible and they raise most of their meat and veggies. I can't say enough great things about this place. It's definitely a restaurant worth visiting.
When returning home from a day trip, we stopped in for dinner. We were greeted warmly and treated as old friends. This out of the way spot makes its own bread and desserts, and the beef is from their own grass-fed beef that they raise. The green chile apple pie is to die for!
Stopped in for facilities and some lunch. Their electricity was out, so I asked for the restroom. The woman there asked that I buy something, which wouldn't have been an issue, but their electricity was out and I didn't have any cash. It looked like the guy tilted his head towards the door, motioning for us to leave, so we... More
What a great place to stay great food wonderful staff really made you feel at home Great info on all of the history up there in Northern New Mexico met some great people made new friends such a fun place to go.Already reserved a spot for next year up there. Since September I've been up there twice again and am... More
On a recommendation from a friend we decided to stop for breakfast. Although we have driven past this place many times we had never considered stopping. It definitely is "quirky". The place could use a good cleaning. Our table had bits of food left from the night before including a dirty fork. Our breakfast burritos were good and the pastries... More
this restaurant is about 18 miles west of taos on the intersection of hw 64 and 285 [about a quarter mile n on 285] its the only one with in many miles and just before the entrance to the national forest. its attractive inside with friendly staff and good food. We had green chili cheese burgers with potato salad that... More
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