Tomasita’s and Atrisco Cafe and Bar

Sister Restaurants, Excellent Food

Tomasita's Restaurant -- 500 S. Guadalupe Street -- (505) 983-3721
Monday through Saturday, 11am to 10pm Closed Sundays.

Tomasita’s Restaurant and the Atrisco Café & Bar are sister restaurants serving traditional Northern New Mexican cuisine. Each features a red and green chile grown in the hatch valley, traditional recipes, and a full bar. The key to our success is simple recipes, quality ingredients, and fast and friendly service.

Tomasita’s has been a Santa Fe favorite since 1974, when Georgia Maryol took over a little café in the Hickox barrio. Tomasita’s moved to its current Railyard location in 1979, and has been featured in numerous articles and television shows. Everybody from movie stars to construction workers feel welcome in this red brick building that once served as the station for the “Chile Line,” which ran from Antonito, Colorado to Santa Fe.

Atrisco's Cafe & Bar -- 193 Paseo de Peralta -- (505) 982-7401
Lunch and dinner seven days, 11am to 9pm, Weekend breakfast 8am to 1pn Saturdays and Sundays.

In 2009 Georgia’s son George Gundrey opened the Atrisco Café in the DeVargas Center. Named for the South Valley barrio in Albuquerque where Georgia grew up, the Atrisco features New Mexican recipes with a focus on locally raised ingredients. Formerly the Executive Director of the Santa Fe Farmers Market, George brings his understanding of local farming and culinary tradition to both restaurants. In 2011 George took over the operation of Tomasita’s.

Restaurant Details

Price: $$$ - High End
Alcohol: Beer & Wine
Good For: Lunch & Dinner
Takes Reservations: Yes
Delivery: No
Take-Out: No