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    My mom, sister, and I are going here in June. We have rented an Air BnB for four nights, and already have a rental car booked. Any recommendations for food, and where to eat? We will probably eat breakfast at the Air BNB.

    We are flying in and out of Albuquerque and our flight arrives at 6 pm so we will need a dinner option before driving to Santa Fe. We plan to visit the Petroglyphs before going to the airport (our flight leaves at 5 pm). Other than that we will be in Santa Fe.


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    BumpingÖ.anyone have any suggestions?

    We have Georgia OíKeefeís house tour booked, and the Georgia OíKeefe Santa Fe art museum tickets booked but that is it so far.

    A friend sent me her itinerary from a trip last summer but there was a lot of hiking and they had more than a week l so they had a trip out to Taos and Los Alamos, etc. . Since we only have 3 full days I donít think we want to drive all the way out to Taos. There seem to be a lot of art museums and botanical gardens.

    Also places to eatÖ.my mom and sister arenít big on cilantro (like even the tiniest bit as a garnish) and they also donít like spicy food (I can tolerate it because I like the flavor but canít handle really spicy either).


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    No spicy food? New Mexicans looove spicy food--DH is from ABQ. But the cuisine is much more Spanish than Mexican so you can probably find good food and they are used to tourists who don't like spice. Hop on the Fodors site to look up good restaurants or get on the Forum to ask about restaurant recommendations--or search Santa Fe and I bet you will see some good threats on restaurants there.

    The Georgia OKeefe museum is awesome and Meow Wolfe is amazing!!! Tour the central plaza and all the historic buildings there.
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