Santa Fe 'Sip and Savor' Food Tour
Explore the beautiful downtown area with a culinary tour of Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Santa Fe Sip and Savor Food Tour provides the best of both worlds as you will see historic sights and enjoy samplings of multiple restaurants and wine tastings in the area for a complete overview of the city. This will be the perfect tour for the whole family to learn about the history of the area and its notable buildings, landmarks, and locations; and also try some of the well-known eateries in the area so you can return for a delicious dinner during your vacation.
Begin your tour by meeting your professional guide in the Santa Fe plaza. During the tour, you will walk a mile and a half with multiple stops spread out in between to stop at 2 restaurants, winery tasting room, and one more food or drink establishment. Before heading to the tastings, you will first pass many historical sights on the way.
Historical and cultural sights you will see include:
Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis- Roman Catholic cathedral located in downtown Santa Fe. The church was built between 1869 and 1887.
Loretto Chapel- A former Roman Catholic Church that was built in 1878. The church is now used as a wedding chapel and museum.
San Miguel Chapel- A Spanish colonial mission church, the original was built around 1610-1626, it is known as the oldest church in the U.S. The church was damaged in the Pueblo Revolt in 1680 but was soon rebuilt in 1710. Many rebuilds and repairs have been done over the years, but, the original adobe walls are largely still intact.
Santa Fe Plaza- Known as the heart of Santa Fe, this well-known city square dates back to 1821 and is a playground for music, jewelry, art, and more. The Santa Fe Plaza is home to many of the annual events in the city.
Palace of the Governors- Built in 1610, this adobe structure served as the seat of government for New Mexico for many centuries. It is know as the oldest public building still occupied in the U.S.
After hearing about these amazing areas and the history behind them, you will then head to your first delicious tasting. Locations are subject depending on the date and time giving you the chance to try new foods and restaurants every time. During the stops, you will learn about the New Mexican culture and food that was shaped over centuries by mixing different traditions into one.
Restaurants that are visited (you will stop at 4 of the locations):
Cheesemongers of Santa Fe- Local cheese shop that contains a variety of delicious meats and cheeses to enjoy.
Sazon- Serving up Latin American-styled cuisine in a Mexican-themed venue with beautiful works of local art.
Coyote Cafe- Featuring a Southwestern flair, this local eaterie serves up elegant dishes and also includes a rooftop bar.
Gruet Winery Tasting Room- Award-winning sparkling and still wines, this gorgeous tasting room is located inside the Hotel St. Francis.
Del Charro Saloon- Western-themed saloon that serves up delicious Tex-Mex cuisine and ice-cold margaritas and handcrafted cocktails.
Noisy Water Winery- A quaint wine tasting room. Wine is made with local New Mexican grapes and also provides gourmet cheese tastings.
El Callejon- Relaxed and intimate eatery serving delicious Mexican fare from tacos to fajitas.
Eloisa- Southwestern cuisine mixed with great handcrafted cocktails.
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- What is included in the admission price?
Includes guided tour and food tastings.
- Is there any walking involved?
Yes. Approximately 1.5 miles of walking is done on this tour.
- Approximately how long does the Santa Fe 'Sip and Savor' Food Tour last?
Approximately 4 hours.
- For what ages is the tour appropriate?
Appropriate for all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
- What type of dress & footwear are recommended?
Wear comfortable clothes and walking shoes.
- Where does the Santa Fe 'Sip and Savor' Food Tour depart from?
The tour departs from the Santa Fe Plaza located at 63 Lincoln Ave Santa Fe, NM 87501
- Is photography / video recording allowed on the Santa Fe 'Sip and Savor' Food Tour?
Both photography and video cameras are permitted.
- Is the Santa Fe 'Sip and Savor' Food Tour handicap accessible?
Santa Fe 'Sip and Savor' Food Tour: Wed/Th/Fri/Sat 4 Hour Foodtour 13:00
|Date / Day||Available Times|
|1:00 PM - 5:00 PM|
|2:30 PM - 6:30 PM|