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Taos Restaurant Week

Taos Restaurant Week runs now through March 6. The 2011 promotion offers three course (or more) meals for a flat rate from $20 to $40 per person, with several options in each course. It’s an opportunity to dine at places you haven’t tried before, and the fixed price menus are especially good value at the more upscale places, compared to their regular a la carte menus.

Participating Taos restaurants include:

  • Doc Martin’s Restaurant in the Taos Inn ($20)
  • Antonio’s ($20)
  • El Meze ($30)
  • Chef Damon’s ($30)
  • Graham’s Grille ($30)
  • El Monte Sagrado ($40)
  • The Stakeout ($40)

The restaurant promotion is part of New Mexico Restaurant Week, which includes:

Santa Fe Restaurant Week from March 6 – 13, with offers from Santa Fe restaurants such as:

  • Zia Diner ($20)
  • Vinaigrette ($20)
  • Vanessie of Santa Fe ($30)
  • O’Keeffe Cafe ($30)
  • Anasazi Restaurant ($30)
  • Restaurant Martin ($30)
  • The Compound ($40)
  • Geronimo ($40)

Albuquerque Restaurant Week from March 13 – 20, with offers from Albuquerque restaurants including:

  • Pars Cuisine ($20)
  • Nob Hill Bar & Grill ($20)
  • Nicky V’s Pizzeria ($20)
  • Artichoke Cafe ($30)
  • Brasserie La Provence ($30)
  • Lucia at Hotel Andaluz ($30)
  • Scalo ($30)
  • Casa Vieja ($40)
  • Marcello’s Chophouse ($40)
  • Corn Maiden at Hyatt Regency Tamaya ($30) although there’s only one choice per course at Corn Maiden – but it looks like they include a glass of wine too!

Reservations heartily recommended, and there are also New Mexico lodging deals and hotel packages plus some special events. See all the details for the 3 cities at the New Mexico Restaurant Week website.

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