Wide range of drinks and tequilas. Tequilas and sangria were good. Nice friendly bar/grill along the square.
We ate a late lunch here a week ago on our way from Manitou Springs, CO, to Santa Fe. Had been to Doc Martin's before and decided to try someplace else. It wasn't crowded, so we were seated quickly. Ordered special roast beef sandwiches on sourdough and they were enormous -- ate them with our knives and forks. Loved the... More
These people are amazing and hard working. Not everything in anyone's lives go how they want it. Stop treating restaurant workers like they are low class. Without these people you have no where to go out to. Eventually there will be no more restaurants because of the less than 20% tippers who are completely disrespectful to real humans.
We stumbled into this place because our favorite restaurant was too full. This turned out to be a nice substitute, even if they had a few too many TV's for my wife's enjoyment. Decent food and good 'ritas.
We shared a spinach salad and green chile stew. Both were very good. Our server was very helpful and gave good wine recommendations. The fireplace was beautiful!
Drinks are better than the food. It's not bad, just not unique. You could eat the same thing at Applebees. Location on Plaza is great, lots of locals when we were there, bar more crowded than restaurant. Good for pub like food but for anything more, there are better choices in Taos
On the night of October 26, 2013, a large group, including myself, went to the Gorge Bar and Grill to eat dinner. It was a group of 26 people so it is understandable that service can be lacking. After ordering food which tasted like typical Chili's (they forgot my salad), it was then that the servers did not seem to... More
I had the turkey wrap and my husband had the fish sandwich. Both of us were pleased with our meals. Nice setting overlooking the shopping square.
Hadn't been here since Olgivie's closed in 2010. Nice interior upgrade, food good price, well prepared. Service a little slow to start considering there weren't many people but that tends to be a Taos "thing."
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