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Located in an historic 300 year old adobe building in Santa Fe's oldest neighborhood. The Pink Adobe has been a Santa Fe tradition since 1944. Founded by Rosalea Murphy, the Pink is a unique blend of culinary delights, Santa Fe style and a true City Different experience. Today, Rosalea's family continues this tradition by offering menu favorites from the past 60 years served with our warm Santa Fe hospitality.
We loved the old decor of this restaurant. The food was good but a little spicy for me. Service, however, was disappointing. While we heard the server offering the special to other customers, she did not tell us about it.
Having eaten here several times over the last 15 years our party of 4 made reservations for our first night in Santa Fe. We arrived an half hour early before our reservation and were able to get a table . Service was very good ,...More
This was our best meal during our weekend in Santa Fe! That being said, I can’t understand why this place doesn’t have higher ratings! We ordered enchiladas and cocktails. They actually had such an impressive drink menu (including holiday specials that were extensive) that I...More
Last weekend I made reservations for a romantic dinner with my wife. After reading the menu and hearing that the have received several certificates of excellence, we were pretty excited. This was short lived.
Seemed okay when we got there, but soon realized that the...More
This historic old building sits along the original Santa Fe Trail and across from the San Miguel Church believed to be the oldest church in the US. The building has had a multitude of uses and when you peek out the window, you'll get an...More
My wife and I visited this restaurant on a Saturday night. Reservations recommended. Small and quaint, the service was great, and the food was delicious. I recommend the Tournedos. Walked next door to a bar and enjoyed our visit there as well.
Just dialed them and their regular message is up (they open after 4:00). I left them a message advising that they should dial up TA and get it out that there's no permanent closure. I CAN'T IMAGINE that they are closed.