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  • 192 At The Blake
    Centered around a communal fireplace, this inviting, intimate dining room radiates international flare—rustic European alpine architecture folded into colorful New Mexican design.
  • ACEQ
    is a family-owned, farm-to-table restaurant located in the Arroyo Seco Plaza. We serve our own interpretation of comfort food, utilizing the best in local, wild, and farm fresh ingredients.
  • Doc Martin’s Restaurant
    is an acclaimed dining establishment located in a registered historic landmark. Chef Matthew Gould specializes in fresh local food with a splash of the southwest, incorporating chiles and produce sourced from regional farms and gardens.
  • El Gamal
    The vision is to provide healthy, affordable, tasty, made from scratch, vegetarian Middle Eastern food, with the intent to promote peace in a non political manner through evolving people’s consciousness and taste buds.
  • Farmhouse Café
    uses the finest local, organic, and GMO free food available. We strive to provide healthy choices featuring fresh fruits and vegetables in season, gluten free rice pastas, organic corn, fresh baked whole grain bread and rolls.
  • Gutiz
    A staple among locals and tourists, Gutiz offers distinctive Latin-French cuisine at affordable prices.
  • Martyr’s Steakhouse
    occupies a beautifully renovated adobe home and courtyard, filled with warmth, gracious hospitality, and unparalleled service.
  • Medley
    offers something good, for everyone: modern spins on nostalgic classics, craft cocktails and innovative desserts. The Medley wine shop offers a selection of over 500 wines, spirits and beers.
  • Parcht
    is nestled underneath The Gorge Bar & Grill in the historic Taos plaza. We are a wine and beer retail shop specializing in unique finds and local favorites. We also offer a relaxed space for a glass, a pint, and a bite.
  • Pizano’s
    Two guys from Utica, New York putting a Taos twist on pizza! Delicious appetizers, hot and cold sandwiches, fresh salads, New York-style pizza, savory pastas, kids menu, tasty treats, beer & wine, spectacular patio views, great music.
  • Sabroso
    always means fine American and global cuisine, a fully-stocked bar and wine cellar, with live music and a value-priced menu in the piano bar.
  • Sushi A La Hattori
    Wonderful sushi in the high desert
  • Taos Mesa Brewing
    features 12 distinct house beers on draught at all times. Top quality, consistent, and highly quaffable beers are the TMB signature.
  • The Bavarian
    Nestled at the base of stunning Kachina Peak above the European-style village of Taos Ski Valley, The Bavarian Lodge & Restaurant offers guests the comfort and charm of an authentic alpine ski lodge amid the majesty of New Mexico’s storied Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
  • The Burger Stand at Taos Ale House
    The Burger Stand @ Taos Ale House is a brewpub with a diverse selection of small batch handcrafted beer and eclectic and delicious burgers.
  • The Love Apple
    The Love Apple is a Northern New Mexican restaurant emphasizing local, organic home cooking.


  • Monet’s Kitchen
    Established in 1988, Monet’s Kitchen was originally founded as a tribute to the impressionist painter, Claude Monet, an artist in the kitchen as well as on canvas. Monet’s Kitchen continues to offer the depth of kitchenware choices that you have come to expect
  • Moxie
    A Fair Trade & Handmade Taos shopping destination with unique gifts, clothing, home decor, & so much more.
  • Overland Sheepskin Company
    From humble beginnings in Taos, NM nearly 50 years ago to America’s most trusted source for quality sheepskin, leather and fabric outerwear and accessories, Overland’s small family shop atmosphere has remained the backbone of our business–a passion for quality matched with exceptional service.
  • Steppin Out
    A boutique showcasing women’s fashion trends from all over the world and flattering to all body types
  • Substance of Taos
    was created in 2008 to provide women with an uncomplicated yet rich shopping experience to delight the senses of touch, scent and sight.
  • Taos Cookery
    Cooking is a tradition we all share… why not do it in style? We specialize in unique, colorful flour sack tea towels and beautiful silver serving ware that we hope bring warmth to your kitchen and home
  • Taos Mountian Outfitters
    our goal is to get people outside to enjoy this beautiful area where we live. We strive to equip our customers for any adventures they can imagine. Customer service is our priority and our team is ready to serve you, whether to answer your questions about gear or to recommend local hikes, biking trails, hot springs or even restaurants.
  • Touchstone Gallery
    features the Southwest’s finest selection of “nature’s art etched in stone”. touchstone is the place to find collectible, amazing and beautiful pieces created by the earth’s “Oldest Master”, Mother Nature herself.
  • Wabi Sabi
    From fragrant incense to intricate origami, owner Cassandra Bates has created a cozy oasis that encourages visitors to pause a moment, sip a cup of tea and let their senses flow.


  • Blumenschein Home & Museum
    The home is filled with a superb collection of the Blumenschein family’s art, a representative sampling of works by other famous Taos artists, fine European and Spanish Colonial style antiques, and the family’s lifetime of personal possessions.
  • DH Lawrence Ranch
    The purpose of the Ranch Initiatives is to preserve the legacy of novelist D.H. Lawrence and his wife, Frieda Lawrence. Widely considered one of the most important writers of the twentieth century, the British novelist owned only one piece of property in his lifetime, a 160-acre ranch located some fifteen miles outside of Taos, New Mexico which was bequeathed to the University of New Mexico by Frieda Lawrence. Fundamental to the mission of the D. H. Lawrence Ranch Initiatives is preservation of the property and historic buildings.
  • Harwood Museum of Art
    The mission of the Harwood Museum of Art of the University of New Mexico is to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the arts, especially those created in, inspired by, or relevant to northern New Mexico. The museum advances the University’s mission and engages diverse audiences by stimulating learning, creativity and research through exhibitions, programs and publications.
  • Kit Carson Home & Museum
    The Kit Carson Home and Museum, still standing in its original footprint at 113 Kit Carson Road in Taos, was built circa 1825 and purchased by Kit Carson as a wedding gift for his third wife, Maria Josefa Jaramillo, a member of a prominent Taos family.
  • Martinez Hacienda
    The Hacienda de los Martinez is one of the few northern New Mexico style, late Spanish Colonial period, “Great Houses” remaining in the American Southwest. Built in 1804 by Severino Martin (later changed to Martinez), this fortress-like building with massive adobe walls became an important trade center for the northern boundary of the Spanish Empire.
  • Millicent Rogers Museum
    Whether your tastes range from prehistoric pottery to contemporary jewelry, the MRM is the place to experience all the cultures of the Southwest and under one roof. As you walk through our twenty galleries and exhibition spaces, you too will make your own discoveries about the heritage of the Hispanic, Native American and Anglo arts of the Southwest.
  • Taos Art Museum at Fechin House
    Nicolai Fechin, with a breadth of experiences, accomplished what few others have: his work is celebrated in New Mexico’s finest museum, The Taos Art Museum at Fechin House.
  • The Couse Sharp Historical Site
    Explore the studios of E. I. Couse and J. H. Sharp, founding members of the Taos Society of Artists. These two painters helped create the cultural fabric of Taos as we know it today. Wander through the Couse home and see how these pioneer painters lived.


  • 203 Fine Art
    203 Fine Art presents a collection of early Taos Moderns, Taos Legends and relevant current local and nationally known artists hanging side by side, in comparison.
  • Angie Coleman Fine Arts
    Angie is known primarily for her color woodblock prints, but also works as an oil painter,and with pastel. The major inspiration for her imagery comes from hiking and camping in the mountains of New Mexico and Colorado.
  • Bryans Gallery
    represents exceptional artistry of the Southwest and Native Americans. We have estate and contemporary paintings, sculpture, jewelry, pottery, masks, Zuni fetishes rugs and baskets.
  • Copper Moon
    is located in Taos New Mexico on Kit Carson Road. We feature artists (paintings, sculpture, drums, jewelry)
  • David Anthony Fine Art
    features fine art and hand crafted furniture in an uncrowded space. DAFA’s ever rotating exhibits spotlight Taos’ eclectic artistic community with exhibits from traditional portraiture, to stunning handcrafted furniture, photography, and hand blown glass sculpture.
  • Encore Gallery at the TCA
    The Encore Galley at the TCA is an 1100 sq.ft. space that also serves as the lobby to the Taos Community Auditorium. The gallery can accommodate both large and small works of art and provides high exposure during public events at the auditorium. Exhibitions are scheduled by the Art Committee of the Taos Center for the Arts.
  • Envision Gallery
    View an inspiring array of top-quality contemporary art—including paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, photography, and jewelry—in our intimate, light-filled gallery. Visit our beautiful sculpture garden featuring the popular Kinetic Wind Sculptures of Utah artist Lyman Whitaker amid breathtaking views of Taos Mountain.
  • Greg Moon Art
    Located on Gallery Row in the central historical district, Greg Moon Art prides itself in continuing the fine art traditions of Taos. We specialize in contemporary works ranging from oils to assemblage…genres of work include realism, outsider art, and pop-surrealism.
  • Las Comadres Gallery
    Las Comadres was founded in 1997, here in Taos, New Mexico, and continues today as a thriving example of how a networking group of women can come together in a supportive and cooperative manner to create and market their work. Eleven local women, each with a personal space in the gallery, offer handcrafted items and original art.
  • Linda Rauch Gallery
    The gallery carries the work of artist and painter Linda Rauch and also the sculpture of Rick Hewitt. Linda paints in acrylics and watercolors. Rick works in metals.
  • Ortenstone Delattre Fine Art
    Nancy Ortenstone absorbs the sights, sounds, and atmospheric wonders of the physical world with the fullest sensitivity and appreciation. In the tranquility of her studio near a small village in the mountains of northern New Mexico, she approaches her art as an alchemist approaches her raw materials
  • Pat Woodall Fine Art & SW Framers 
    Works in Oil, Monotype, Watercolor, Acrylic and Pastel are framed and displayed on the walls for you to see. This is a working Studio Gallery as well and the Artist-Pat Woodall is here working, greeting and selling every day of the week. You will see the works he is working on now and hear the story of your favorite painting!
  • Robert L. Parsons Fine Art
    Parsons buys and sells Fine Art and exhibits important paintings from the Taos Society of Artists, Taos Founders, Early Santa Fe and Taos Art Colonies as well as Nineteenth Century Navajo weavings and Pueblo Pottery.
  • Sage Fine Art
    A Unique Amalgam of Fine Art representing Nine Local Artists
  • Taos Artist Collective
    Our gallery is a collaboration of regional artists in the disciplines of painting, watercolor, photography, sculpture, jewelry & fiber arts; among others.
  • Taos Folk
    Famous Taos POP-UP store! Affordable gifts by Taos hands !
  • Total Arts Gallery
  • The Gallery resides in an adobe hacienda built c. 1800. It occupies 6 rooms situated on the West side of the inner courtyard with an unassuming entrance right in the middle. Our stable of artists represent world class and achievements in a wide range of techniques from traditional to contemporary and paintings to sculpture.
  • Wilder-Nightingale Fine Art
    The gallery represents over 35 Taos and regional artists. The works are eclectic. From traditional Taos landscapes in oil, pastel, photography and watercolor.


  • El Monte Segrado
    Just three blocks from Taos Plaza, El Monte Sagrado Living Resort and Spa offers a secluded yet indulgent sanctuary. In harmonious coexistence with its natural setting, our Taos luxury spa and resort is surrounded by towering mountains and rustic high desert, sunlit, fish-filled streams, tropical flora and the sounds of calming waterfalls. Guests are inspired by the nurturing ambiance and mystique of our luxury Taos suites.
  • La Fonda de Taos
    In 1820 the Historic Taos Plaza saw its first “La Fonda” (Spanish for “the Inn”) in the form of a mercantile store that also rented rooms. This historic location is where you will find the Hotel La Fonda de Taos today. With over a century of colorful history, it is the only lodging with a premier spot on the plaza when it comes to hotels in Taos, NM.
  • Ojo Caliente
    Our unique resort destinations in northern New Mexico honor and share the land’s sacred springs while providing genuinely gracious hospitality. Each spa resort offers different yet complementary and authentic guest experiences healing, mind, body, and spirit naturally for centuries. 
  • Palacio de Marquesa
    Palacio de Marquesa is a Taos inn offering visitors a beautiful retreat in the mountains of northern New Mexico. The eclectic town beckons to artists, innovators and those seeking an escape to find themselves.
  • Sagebrush Inn
    A historic Taos landmark, Sagebrush Inn opened in 1931 as a 12-room hotel, catering to guests traveling by carriage along the trade route between New York and Arizona. Today, the newly restored Sagebrush Inn & Suites offers authentic Southwest charm amidst modern comforts and conveniences with 156 graciously appointed guestrooms and suites, onsite dining, meeting and event space, and much more.
  • The Bavarian Lodge
    Authentic Bavarian antiques and objects d’art imbue the lodge with its distinctive alpine ambiance. Exquisite carved and painted detailing by Swiss artist Reto Messmer and local artist Kristin Bortles adds dimension and interest, creating an atmosphere that’s both cozy and luxurious. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a fun-filled family adventure, our well-appointed suites provide all the amenities you’ll need for your stay at Taos Ski Valley.
  • The Blake @ TSV
    The Blake at Taos Ski Valley is the heart of a long-awaited base-area revitalization. From big-mountain adventure steps from the door, to tiny rituals that sear the story of our alpine retreat in the hearts and minds of the guests we welcome year-round, this is more than a place to stay.
  • The Taos Inn
    A legend throughout New Mexico, the Historic Taos Inn delights guests with its quirky, quintessential Southwestern style. Long considered “the social center of Taos,” this award-winning inn in the heart of town’s charming historic district has been called “one of America’s great inns” by National Geographic Traveler. From its adobe-style architecture to its warm embrace of New Mexico’s storied community of artists, this much-loved retreat exudes the rich heritage of old-world New Mexico. Whether they’re sipping margaritas, listening to a live band in the Adobe Bar or building a fire in their in-room Kiva fireplace, guests of this Taos’ treasure are immersed in the rustic romance of a bygone era.


  • El Monte Segrado Living Resort & Spa
    The Living Spa is an award-winning Taos spa featuring a variety of natural treatments designed to rejuvenate your spirit.
  • Ghost Ranch
    With a history as colorful as the surrounding red and yellow cliffs of the Piedra Lumbre (shining stone), Ghost Ranch offers a diversity of programs and adventure. Open year-round, the Ranch is committed to spiritual development, peace and justice, honoring the environment and exploring family through the celebration of art, culture and nature.
  • Los Rios River Runners
    New Mexico’s oldest, most experienced river rafting company! Los Rios has over 40 years of experience with more access to New Mexico’s rivers than any other whitewater rafting company, and the best trained, most fun rafting guides in New Mexico.
  • NM River Adventures
    White water rafting in Santa Fe and Taos, New Mexico, as well as other exciting water sports, are offered by New Mexico River Adventures. Whether you’re looking for a wild whitewater run through the Class IV rapids of the world famous Taos Box or a scenic float through the azure canyon of the Rio Chama, New Mexico River Adventures has a river trip for you and your family or group.
  • Ojo Caliente
    Hot Springs A unique resort destination in Northern New Mexico, Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa has been a gathering place, healing mind, body, and spirit naturally for centuries.
  • Taos Country Club
    Featuring spectacular New Mexico desert scenery dotted with silver-green sagebrush and challenging arroyos. This unique setting, manicured greens, and panoramic mountain views contribute to a truly memorable experience of golfing in New Mexico.
  • Taos Ski Valley
    SKI. SLEEP. REPEAT. Taos draws authentic and passionate skiers and riders. This iconic mountain will help you find the soul of the sport again and again.
  • Taos Tennis at Quail Ridge
    Taos Tennis at Quail Ridge is an award winning, family friendly resort centrally located between the town of Taos and the Taos ski valley. Our 7.5 acre property includes 10 hard courts, condo rental properties, a heated swimming pool and hot tub, a pro shop, a restaurant and a sweeping mountain view. We’re best known for high quality of instruction, personalized match-ups, drop-in opportunities, a variety of programs and players and a friendly, cooperative atmosphere.
  • Taos Farmers Market
    (seasonal) whether you’re a tourist or a bonafide Taoseño we welcome you to one of New Mexico’s most diverse and visited farmers markets. In supporting our farmers we support stewardship of our beautiful Northern New Mexico lands.
    Daleee is a new music venue, bar, and restaurant with a full menu. It is a family-friendly venue with comfortable lighting and double doors leading to one of the most beautiful backyards and views in Taos. Come to see music from all over the world or enjoy a cocktail outside with friends.

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