Veranda Magazine: December 2023

Veranda Magazine names Santa Fe Dry Goods as a must-visit store in Santa Fe.

How to Spend a Perfect Weekend in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe Regional Airport welcomes just a handful of flights each day. Since the vast majority of visitors connect somewhere else and have spent most of the travel day living off in-flight coffee and cookies, food is typically the first thing on their minds. Before heading to a late lunch, drop your bags at Rosewood Inn Of the Anasazi, a true respite just off Santa Fe Plaza in the heart of downtown. Resist the urge to sink into a cozy chair by the fire in the library or your rustic-meets-refined room (there will be plenty of time for that later) because it’s time to eat.

Walk down the street to The Shed, an award-winning, family-run establishment that opened back in 1953 and continues to serve up some of the tastiest New Mexican cooking in the area. You can’t go wrong with the traditional posole. Be sure to save room for the tamales smothered in red and green chile sauce. Afterward, bop into some of the lovely curated shops — notably Los Poblanos Farm Shop NorteHeritage By Hand, and Santa Fe Dry Goods.

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