Fine-dining in Sante Fe comfort
Housed in a restored 250-year-old landmark adobe building, Santa Fe's Geronimo offers robust Southwestern-spiked global fusion fare in a stunning and cozy space. The interior is like a Georgia O’Keeffe painting come to life, with its wood-burning, cove-style fireplace, tall chocolate-and-garnet-leather seating, wood beams and local Native American-style artwork decorating the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant’s walls.

The food is equally remarkable, fusing the distinct culinary influences of Asia, the Southwest and the Mediterranean into a “global eclectic” menu that executive chef Sllin Cruz changes with the seasons. Vibrant flavors, bright colors and top-notch regional ingredients come together in delightful dishes such as Maryland soft-shell tempura crabs with soba noodle and Asian pear salad.

And if there should ever come a time when you’d like to share your honey grilled prawns or elk tenderloin with others, Geronimo provides several private rooms for functions of various sizes. Tasting menus of four, five and six courses can be prepared so everyone can get the full culinary experience from one of the city's finest addresses.
Things to Know
  • The building that now houses the restaurant was built by Geronimo Lopez in 1756.
  • Geronimo’s dress code is officially business casual, but the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant is fairly relaxed about your clothing choices. Jackets aren’t required but, while some guests do come in jeans, most opt for slacks with a collared shirt, or a nice skirt or dress.
  • You can make a reservation for dinner at Geronimo by calling the restaurant directly or by visiting the website. If you’re interested in renting out the Santa Fe eatery for private dining, call directly. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star establishment can accommodate up to 150 people.
Getting There
724 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
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