“festive dining in this pueblo adobe”
Cafe Pasqual's is named for the folk saint of Mexican and New Mexican kitchens and cooks, San Pasqual. Our historic pueblo-style adobe is located one block southwest of the plaza, in the heart of downtown Santa Fe. Our festive dining room is lined with hand-painted Mexican tiles and murals by the renowned Mexican painter Leovigildo Martinez, depicting the moon reveling at her fiesta. Pasqual's is a small cafe by any standards, seating only fifty at a time, but each day the kitchen makes enormous quantities of food. We bake dozens of loaves of bread, churn gallons of ice cream, create chile sauces by the potful, hand-chop the ingredients for crocks of salsas, and perform countless other operations. We are devoted to food quality, and currently offer organic and naturally raised beef, pork, eggs, dairy, produce, sugars, flours, maple syrup, flavorings and spices!
Warning: the wait will be around 45 minute plus but if you have the time it is well worth the wait. We had the mole enchiladas and the bison burger which were fantastic. The desserts looked good on the menu but we were too full to try any of them.
Eclectic and wonderful food. Totally enjoyed out time here.
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- Fri, Sat: 8:00 am - 10:00 pm
- Sun - Thu: 8:00 am - 9:30 pm
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