Top Spots for Breakfast in Santa Fe
Start your day off right!
Breakfast has been called the most important meal of the day by many. In Santa Fe, it’s a great way to start your day, if you head to the right place for breakfast. The city offers a number of excellent spots for your first meal of the day. Here’s a look at just four of the top spots for breakfast in Santa Fe.
The Pantry Restaurant
A local fixture drawing a crowd for breakfast, The Pantry Restaurant offers one of the finest breakfast burritos you will find. It’s one of the best in town and the breakfast sandwich is another top choice. They offer plenty of heat throughout the menu, but also offer other options for those not looking for spicy. The pancakes, waffles and sausage gravy and biscuits are all great choices. The Pantry Restaurant has been around since 1948 and it’s almost always busy.
Another restaurant great for breakfast in Santa Fe, Tia Sophia’s offers excellent dishes. They have been serving the area since 1975 with large portions and delicious meals. It has been written about many times and even put on TV as one of the top breakfast spots. The breakfast burrito here is known as the best in the city and maybe the best in the country.
The Plaza Cafe
Found on the western side of the historic Santa Fe Plaza, The Plaza Cafe is the oldest restaurant in Santa Fe. It was originally opened in 1905 and looks much like a 1950s diner today. They serve the typical huevos rancheros and burritos, but they also have some unique options, such as the Huevos con Nopalito and the posole. Some of the breakfast dishes are even served all day long.
Horseman’s Haven Cafe
A tradition in Santa Fe with some of the best hot green chile, Horseman’s Haven Cafe has been opened since 1960. They expanded in 2003 to accommodate more diners, but the food is still the same great options. They offer different levels of heat for the green chile with plenty of breakfast items, such as Carne Adovado, breakfast burritos and so much more.
When you want a great breakfast in Santa Fe, head to one of these top spots. You’ll leave with a full stomach and happy taste buds.
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