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Osteria d'Assisi was opened in 1995, in a renovated home in the historic downtown district of Santa Fe. The restaurant is named after the city of Santa Fe's patron saint, Saint Francis, who was born in the town of Assisi in Italy. Osteria d'Assisi features regional Italian cuisine, utilizing the time honored Mediterranean approach to preparing food with olive oil and fresh ingredients. Our menu includes fresh seafood, locally grazed beef, veal and lamb, house made pasta, fresh bread baked daily, gourmet pizza and creative desserts.
I loved the way the place read on the reviews, so we wanted to try. Walked here on a cold January afternoon for lunch. My sense is that at night, this place looks romantic, and tucked away off the main streets, will give one a...More
We really enjoyed our time at this restaurant. We came for Happy Hour which began at 4 pm then stayed for dinner. This is a very popular place for locals. Numerous people came in and ordered “take out” dinner. We had a delicious burrata cheese...More
It was a special occasion for us, so my wife and I chose OSTERIA D'ASSISI for a Saturday dinner treat. The food, the service, and the ambience were perfect. We shared a calamari appetizer, my wife had the halibut, I had the osso buco, and...More
Been to Italy numerous times, had Italian food in endless restaurants across the world. This is not Italian food. My Margarita was more a pizza you would get in a bar, not in a restaurant. Did not resemble an Italian pizza at all, it was...More
We were looking for a change of pace from local cuisine and to our delight found Osteria d'Assisi, a wonderful Italian place downtown. Great atmosphere, easy parking and a nice bar make this a great choice for lunch or dinner.
Had eaten here before and selected for special pre New Year meal with our grandkids. Food was mediocre. Bread basket was late "coming out of the oven soon" In fact we got cold very very hard bread. 2nd basket was ok but very little bread...More
We visited Osteria d'Assisi on Christmas Eve. I reserved our table on line. The restaurant called me personally to confirm the reservation and to inform me that the menu that night would be fixed price. We had a wonderful table upstairs. The service was great....More