Featured on Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives, Casa Chimayó is founded on love and honoring a fascinating family history with authentic food of New Spain; cuisine of northern New Mexico made the "Abuelita Way" (Grandma's way). Located in the heart of historic Santa Fe. Before ordering, mention Santa Fe Selection and get 10% off. (Not to be combined with any other offer.) Dog friendly patio.
OPEN ALL HOLIDAYS with special menus, call to book your table.
Phone: (505) 428-0391
Address: 409 West Water Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501 MAP
Closed: Jan 7 - 20,2018 for annual updates.
Regular Hrs: As of March 1st, 2018: Spring/Summer Hrs: Wed - Mon: Noon - 9pm. Brunch Sat & Sun: 12-3pm
OPEN Thanksgiving & XMAS DAY Noon - 9pm.
Winter Hours: Jan 21 - Feb 28: Dinner only: 4pm - 9pm
Chimayo Burrito Plate with Red Chile
Choco Flan Cake
Grandma Teresita making Pastelitos
Owner, Roberto Timoteo Cordova created the restaurant in what once was the original Cordova family home, built in 1939. The recipes of his mother and grandmother are used to prepare delicious dishes from the carne adovada, enchiladas, fajitas and more, to deserts like Grandma Elena's Sopa.
Price Range: $7 - $20. Gluten free options available.
Casa Chimayó offers an extensive menu that accommodates all tastes and heat tolerance levels. New Mexico chiles are locally grown from the original seeds of his family's Chimayó farm. If you prefer not to indulge in the HOT chile dishes, you can ask for the Ranchero Sauce to add just the right flavor and be gentle on your tongue. The salsa, tortillas and chips are freshly made in-house daily. And wines, beers and cocktails are also available. Most evenings on the weekends, there is soft playing live music.
The professional and attentive service, the deeply rooted family history, and delicious food make for an all-round enjoyable, authentic Santa Fe dining experience.
"Not only is the location’s history deeply evidenced on the restaurant’s walls and mantelpieces—the heirloom photographs provide a visual CliffsNotes on the history of El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro—but the dishes and presentation tell the same story." -- Zane Fischer, Santa Fe Reporter.