This is a sweet little cafe about 10 miles out of Santa Fe on route 14 heading towards Madrid. It is part of a larger complex that includes a farm/ranch feed store. The cafe inside is very cute and intimate, with dim lighting and attractive artsy appointments. We were there on a very cold day in January and they had a large potbelly stove in the main room blazing away.
They have both a simple menu with traditional breakfast and a set of specials more like you would find in an arty cafe in downtown Santa Fe. We sampled from both and everything we had was nicely presented, prepared and delicious; some of the best breakfast potatoes in recent memory. Their coffee is adequate but not as strong and good as at a coffeehouse.
The service is also adequate, if a bit I inattentive and impersonal. This is the only area in my experience the that I can see needing improvement--work on a more gregarious engagement with the customer from the time they step in the door to the time they leave.
That said, I look forward to returning to this cute and worthy country cafe. Can't get enough of good eating in the middle of wonderful nowhere!
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