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Santa Fe is home to four centuries of Spanish-American heritage, the Southwest’s premier art scene and a vibrant assortment of brunch locations. Ranging from French to Mexican and Southeast Asian cuisine, Santa Fe’s culinary scene is all about new ways to spice up the classics, including American bacon and eggs, Tex-Mex huevos rancheros and breakfast burritos. No other locale brings together Southwestern charm and culinary savvy like America’s second oldest city.
Nothing typifies down to earth, homestyle Santa Fe cooking more than the family-owned Pantry Café. New Mexican specialties include eggs with chorizo, omelettes stuffed with chile relleno, huevos rancheros and huevos consuelo. More classic brunch fare from oatmeal, granola, pancakes and French toast leaves little more to be desired, while the breakfast steak promises to satiate even the most voracious ranchero.
Alongside lunch options spanning burgers, sandwiches and salads, an entire menu section is devoted to “New Mexican Traditions,” ensuring an authentic taste of the southwest.
Now entering their sixth decade of service to Santa Fe, the Pantry is a pillar of New Mexican brunch. 1820 Cerrillos Road.
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