Railyard Arts District Food Tour in Santa Fe
Discover the burgeoning food scene in Santa Fe on a tasty tour of the Railyard Arts District. Meet the chefs, distillers and brewers that are redefining Southwest flavor on a tour loaded with samples.
What You Will Do
- Sample dishes that range from old-school classics to cutting-edge cuisine made by innovative young chefs, all while getting the inside story on this region's diverse cuisine
- Head to La Choza New Mexican Restaurant, Cafe Sonder and other local restaurants as you taste the diverse flavors that typify the Railyard Arts District on a walking tour of Santa Fe's top restaurants, bars and more
- Explore some of the hidden corners of Santa Fe to see how the city and its food have evolved over the years
- 3.5 guided tour of Santa Fe's Railyard Arts District
- Four tastings
- 6 Ratings
Our tour guide was excellent, speaking from experience and familiarity with her territory. The hosts were energetic and well-prepared for us - especially high marks to La Choza which was done with heart. The group was congenial, which enhanced the experience since people didn't just stick to their own parties. Things that could be better: - Coordinate menus among the selected restaurants - we had posole at two of them. - Breathe some life into Santa Fe Spirits. It was the most unusual stop and could have been the best, but the host was kind of perfunctory, the music system was too loud and the room pretty dim. They should serve a larger quantity of fewer spirits rather than a thimbleful of too many. - Several guests were late, which was annoying, but the leader did a good job making up for lost time.
- William E
Interesting Chefs who plainly liked to talk and educate about their cooking
Loved this tour!
Jay was great and awesome restaurants and chefs. Would do again.
We were a group of 7 ladies who had the perfect restaurant tour. Our tour was arranged by Joe Griffith and he went out of his way to make our tour happen. We came in early May and tours listed on-line were not available on Tuesday or Wednesday, our only available days in town. I contacted Mr. Griffith by email and he agreed to give us a tour. We were very grateful. It was a part of Santa Fe none of us had experienced. Everyone was thrilled with the restaurants, the talks by the chefs, the food and drink choices they made and their kindness and hospitality. Mr. Griffith even organized the tour so some of us could walk and some could ride. His knowledge of the area and its history kept us captivated as we were not familiar with the Railyard District. It was a memorable, fun and delightful experience.