Santa Fe Dining

El Rey Inn Santa Fe is conveniently located near several of Santa Fe’s best and most popular restaurants and cafes. From gourmet fine dining to a quick bite to go, you’ll find several dining options within from our hotel. In fact, we’re walking distance to several fast and casual dining restaurants located along Cerrillos Road. Not sure where to eat? Our concierge would be more than happy to make a recommendation.

SAVOR THE TASTES OF THE SOUTHWEST

Pantry Restaurant (.01 miles)

Just a short two-minute walk from the El Rey Inn is one of Santa Fe’s most popular restaurants – The Pantry. Since 1948, locals have made the Pantry Restaurant a part of their regular routine. Serving up classic regional dishes, scratch comfort food, and breakfast all day the Pantry has been providing quality food and warm customer service for over six decades.

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The Compound Restaurant (3.2 miles)

Experience fine Southwestern dining in an intimate adobe setting less than 10 minutes away from the El Rey Inn. Situated on the historic McComb Compound and founded in 2000 by award-winning chef Mark Kiffin, The Compound Restaurant was inspired by the ingredients and flavors of the region. With a menu focused on Southwest cuisine fused with contemporary influences, The Compound has earned many local and national accolades.

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Jambo Café (.3 miles)

Take a walk on the spicy side of life at the Jambo Café. Located less than a half miles away, Jambo Café is a quick six-minute walk. Savor the international flavors of traditional African and Caribbean foods like jerk chicken, goat stew, and Kenyan style beef kabobs. Founded by Chef Ahmed Obo in 2009, Jambo Café has been featured on Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.”

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Casual Dining Within Walking Distance

El Parasol (2 min walk)

Family-owned chain featuring homemade Mexican standards.

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Dion’s (2 min walk)

Casual Southwestern cuisine offering pizza, subs, and salads.

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Los Potrillos (2 min walk)

Enjoy a casual ambiance and classic Mexican food, including great margaritas.

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Pizza 9 (3 min walk)

Relaxed pizza joint featuring Chicago-style pies, calzones, hot sandwiches, salads, and desserts.

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Red Enchilada (5 min walk)

A small and affordable restaurant serving New Mexico fare with a Salvadoran influence, including enchiladas and pupusas.

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Weck’s Breakfast Lunch (7 min walk)

A local chain offering hearty traditional American breakfast and lunch in a retro setting.

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