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Best Local Flavor

Taos became famous as an artist community but has since grown its reputation as a must-visit gem of the Southwest. From the breathtaking Sangre de Cristo Mountains and outdoor activities to a thriving culture and gallery scene, a vacation in Taos, New Mexico is just what the doctor ordered.  When you stay at El Pueblo Lodge, you will be right in the thick of things and within walking distance to many of the areas top attractions.  As popularity has grown, more and more world-class dining options have popped up – many of which are walking distance the lodge. Below are three of our favorite options less than one mile from El Pueblo Lodge!

The Best in Local Flavor

Located just down the road from El Pueblo Lodge is The Love Apple – a delicious restaurant that prides itself on using local organic ingredients. Not only is the food delicious but the ambiance and location, inside an old Catholic church from the 1800s, makes it an extremely special place for a night out.  The menu at The Love Apple is a seasonal rotation and uses the best local ingredients available to create an ever-evolving selection of simple and tasty dishes.

Complete Your Vacation with Delicious Mexican Cuisine

After booking your lodging in Taos New Mexico, your next step should be to track down some authentic Mexican or Southwestern cuisine.  There are ample restaurants to check out during your stay, and we would encourage you to give a few of them a shot.  After checking into El Pueblo Lodge, however, saunter down the road to Bella’s Mexican Grill for delicious and affordable authentic Mexican cuisine.  Whether you play it safe with tacos or a burrito or try something a little less ordinary, you will return to the best hotel in Taos NM both satiated and supremely satisfied.

Get Romantic at Lamberts of Taos

Whether you are visiting Taos for Valentine’s Day, an anniversary, or just looking for something special to spice things up in the mountains, Lamberts of Taos is your answer. This local restaurant boasts an almost entirely homemade menu, right down to the pastries, bread, and ice cream. Lamberts also places a lot of care and attention into matching meals with wines and specialty cocktails, leaving no stone left unturned.

No matter your cuisine of choice the burgeoning restaurant scene in Taos is sure to have something to please your palate. And by staying at El Pueblo Lodge, you are placing yourself right in the middle of a foodie’s paradise.

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