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Santa Fe's newest, best restos
Food/Drink - Review
Thursday, 23 April 2009
ImageBy Steven J. Westman
Clafoutis French Restaurant and Bakery
A few years back, Albuquerque lost one of their faves: Le French Corner Bakery. Luckily, owners Anne-Laure & Phillipe Ligier resurrected their business in the City Different under the name Clafoutis. Whether or not you can pronounce the name, this place is one of the yummiest finds in Santa Fe. Finding a home just north of the Guadalupe District, in a building that has been home to many now defunct eateries, Clafoutis is a great spot for breakfast, lunch or sneaking in some of the decadence found in the pastry case. Simple salads, crepes and sandwiches dot the menu, but there is absolutely nothing in simple terms of taste.
402 N. Guadalupe., 505.988.1809
Hours: 7a-5p, Mon.-Sat.

Max's 21st Century Cuisine
The drawback for many Santa Fe businesses is the fact that they are not always easy to find. Maria Rentiria took a chance when she decided to offer up a new venue just last year. Nestled behind another bar on Guadalupe Street and right across from the Train Depot, Max's has become quite the hot spot, a place where everyone is welcome. It's tiny inside, but with Lisa Tyrrell in the kitchen, there's a powerhouse menu to discover; grilled wild mushrooms on curried polenta cakes followed by housemade gelato feels like heaven.

403 1/2 S. Guadalupe, Santa Fe, 505.984.9104
Hours: Lunch - 11:30a-2p, Tue.-Sat. Dinner - 5:30-9, Tue.-Thu. & Sun.; 5:30-9:30p, Fri. & Sat.
Cafe Cafe
South of the Plaza on Sandoval Street stands a building that has been host to a myriad of eateries over the years — my fave was “Pizza Hu” (someone stole the “T” and it was never replaced). My favorite thing now? Cafe Cafe, the creation of Kirsten Griffin and Donalee Goodbrod (formerly of the Paramount Nightclub). What they have done here is bring big character to a small space, along with yummy food. Leaning more on the Italian side, Cafe Cafe is open for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. The Eggplant Parmesan is to die for, and the specialty pizzas are wonderful. A nice beer and wine selection tops it all off. Cafe Cafe? Go, Go!
500 Sandoval, Santa Fe, 505.466.1391
Hours: 11a-9p, Mon.-Thu.; 11a-10p, Fri.-Sat.; 10a-2p, Sun. (brunch)
ImageAmavi Restaurant
Fine dining is just one of the bigger assets to this city. In that respect, the addition of Amavi to the Santa Fe dining scene this past year has increased the value of such an asset significantly. Owner/Chef David Sellers took over the old building where Periscope Restaurant once resided. Winding halls leading to intimate rooms, a fun front bar and a wonderful staff make all the difference here. The Mediterranean influenced menu makes it remarkable. Pan Seared Diver Scallop with Smoked Salmon and the Grilled Elk Tenderloin with White Truffle Risotto are embedded in my mind forever. And the Vanilla Bean Crème Brulee is just naughty! An extensive and affordable wine list tie the ribbon on this lovely package.
221 Shelby, Santa Fe, 505.988.2355
Hours:5:30-9:30p, Sun.-Thu.; 5:30-10p, Fri. & Sat.
Tune-Up Cafe
Off the beaten path, and nestled in a quaint neighborhood, another cafe opened up in the former Dave's Not Here location, a long time Santa Fe “meet and eat.” The Tune-Up Cafe was recently featured on the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives and is busy making everyone in Santa Fe forget its predecessor (although the delish “Dave Was Here Burger” on the menu serves as a bit of a tribute). Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served seven days a week. Try the Huevos El Salvadorenos in the morning, the burger at noon and the El Salvadoran Combo in the evening (a chicken or veggie banana leaf wrapped tamale, pupusa with roasted tomato salsa, rice and cortido). Don’t scoff; people have been known to eat here more than once a day. Owners Jesus and Charlotte Rivera have made this place all their own, as Jesus’ El Salvadoran heritage plays a big part of the menu — lots of love going on here.
1115 Hickox, Santa Fe, 505.983.7060
Hours: 7a-10p, Mon.-Fri., 8a-10p, Sat. & Sun.

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