There are some places and times spent in human life with loved ones. Maybe you would lose your loved ones helplessly but one should do something not to lose those places full of reminiscences as this also means the memories would disappear. We had many nice times in this place with our beloved father and my own wedding took place in this unique place. When we heard that it was closed due to Covid-19, I said i can not face up to lose the memories not to make matters worse and decided to make this website as before to keep those memories alive. We should not lose our perseverance and excitement in the face of misfortunes. It is necessary to hold onto life. We long to remember and pray to all our relatives who have been lost.
Lunch Monday-Friday, 11:30am-2:30pm | Dinner Nightly, 5:30-10:00 | Brunch Sundays, 10:30am-2:30pm
505.982.0883 228 E. Palace Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87501
Located in the heart of downtown Santa Fe, James Beard nominated ELOISA Restaurant fuses Latin and Southwestern flavors with Northern New Mexican classics in what Chef John Rivera Sedlar describes as “Modern Southwestern Cuisine”. The menu features premium, locally sourced ingredients that explore Latin history and local culture. Lunch, Dinner, and Sunday Brunch services each offer unique menu items that will inspire your taste buds. Just don’t forget about Dessert.
ELOISA’s Bar is stocked with an impressive array of local and exotic spirits. The beverage team is extremely knowledgeable and takes pride in developing an original cocktail menu with perfectly balanced flavors, textures, and aromas. The ELOISA Bar is the perfect place to try something new with bartenders who are happy to guide you. All food menus are available to enjoy at the bar.
Local goods & treats for sale at ELOISA Market.
A unique combination of history, culture and nature
As soon as you set foot in Santa Fe you will realize that there is nothing quite like it. Santa Fe is among the most characteristic cities in the country, thanks to its historical and cultural wealth that is influenced by various cultures: the cowgirl, indigenous, artistic and modern from the US, in addition to the Spanish and Mexican cultures. You will discover that it is definitely one of the most interesting and why the Conde Nast Traveler magazine named it one of the best small cities.
Very close to Santa Fe you can visit several interesting places historically, especially some of the “towns” of Native Americans that today are National Parks. Places to see in Santa Fe is a charming city with a relaxed and calm atmosphere. Of course, you must enter some of its numerous art galleries and craft shops that you will find throughout the historic center to visit in Santa Fe. You should also try the new Mexican cuisine and many local areas
Bandelier National Monument
In the mountains, about 65 kilometers away, you can see the remains of the Anasazi people who lived in this area.
You can see several petroglyphs and the archaeological remains of the constructions on the cliffs that date from between 1,600 and 1,150 BC.
Enter the Bandelier NPS website to check schedules. In the winter months it may be closed.
On the way to this area, on the road, you can stop to see the Camel Rock.
Kasha-Katuwe Ten Rocks
The Kasha-Katuwe National Monument is located practically halfway between Santa Fe and Albuquerque, so it seems to us an ideal place to make a stop.
You can see some cone-shaped rock formations similar to the ones in Turkey trips Cappadocia , formed by volcanic eruptions more than 6 million years ago.
You can do a short trail (does not require physical preparation). Check schedules, prices and opening status on their website (due to corona may be closed sometimes).