DISCOVER A WORLD OF TASTE
When it comes to finding something good to eat, Taos once again outpaces it’s small population. With a diverse and intriguing collection of dining options, including fine dining, pub fare, and food carts, Taos packs a mighty culinary punch.
Whether you are looking for the best breakfast burrito in town (hint: they’re all great) as J.R. Logan did on page 78, or you want a simple and quick meal from a food truck (see Mel James’ story on page 88), finding the option that fits your palette and your budget is never a problem in Taos.
Logan also gives us a rundown of the best bar food (page 82) for those of us who like something tasty with a good drink. And finally, for those who want something green and are interested in trying out some of their own recipes, Cody Hooks hooks us up with all the information anyone needs about local farmers markets (page 92).
Whatever you’re hankering for, Taos has the right menu for you.
- Drinks and Eats by J.R. Logan
- Coffee by Jordan Miera
- Black Mesa Winery Tasting Room by Teresa Dovalpage
- Breakfast Burritos by J.R. Logan
- Food Trucks by Mel A. James
- Land of Enchanted Foods by Cody Hooks
— Andy Jones, special sections editor