OPEN indoor/outdoor dining. See hours Off the beaten path! Close to downtown. It's where the locals go. Excellent value gourmet fare with a Southwest flair. Full bar with happy hour, and beautiful, spacious seasonal patio with natural rock fountains. Executive Chef Angel Estrada prepares mouthwatering lunch, dinner & brunch menus, carefully crafted for your tasting pleasure. (Open Thanksgiving Day, Xmas Eve, New Year's Eve.)
"Midtown Bistro is a top-notch operation. Kudos to executive chef Angel Estrada and the staff." Anne Hillerman, Albuquerque Journal
Phone: (505) 820-3121
Address: 901 W. San Mateo, Suite A, Santa Fe, NM 87505 MAP
Monday - Friday:Lunch 11am - 2:30pm, Dinner 5pm - 9pm
Saturday: Dinner only 5pm - 9pm
Sunday Brunch only 11am - 2.30pm
Closed Xmas Day, New Year's Day & July 4th.
Prices range from $6 - $30. Gluten free and Vegetarian options available. Full Bar & Happy Hour daily 5 - 6pm.
Midtown Bistro is a refreshing gourmet experience in a vibrant setting. Enjoy delicious, creative lunches including our Green Chile Beef Stew, Crispy Calamari (Gluten Free) with Chipotle Aioli and Habanero Pineapple Sauce, Pacific Blue Crab Cakes with Mixed Greens, Mango Salsa and Lemon Aioli, or try one of our fresh organic salads, soups, and sandwiches.
Join us for dinner and choose from excellent steak and seafood dishes including: Grilled Hanger Steak Salad with Living Watercress, Baby Bok Choy, Cherry Tomatoes and Soy-Sesame Vinaigrette, or Pan Seared Diver Scallops with Caramelized Leek Risotto, Spinach and Kalamata Olive Beurre Blanc, and more salad, soup, and vegetarian options, and Salmon, Lamb and Chicken dishes.
Our desserts are delightful too. Among some of the favorites are the Tres Leches Cake, Creme Brulée, Chocolate Mousse, and New York Style Cheesecake.
Venture a little off the beaten path to West San Mateo, next to Yoga Source and Santa Fe Stone Gardens, and join us at Midtown Bistro.
Reservations are recommended. MENTION Santa Fe Selection when you call.
"Wonderful. That’s the adjective that springs to mind when I remember my dinner with friends at the elegant Midtown Bistro." - Anne Hillerman, Albuquerque Journal.