The Roasted Clove

This restaurant has been the recipient of many awards for their contemporary American cuisine.
roasted clove

Over the past 10 years, “The Clove” has built a loyal following of both locals and visitors. Though it is about 25 miles from Taos, many believe it’s worth the drive. They have a streamside patio, and in the winter you can sit upstairs after skiing to watch the game over an appetizer and micro brew. The restaurant has won awards such as “Best Contemporary American Cuisine in New Mexico,” and “Best Uptown Taco.” Reservations are recommended.
Angel Fire, New Mexico | 575.377.0636 |


de la tierra bar

De La Tierra

Try the fresh seared bass or the New Mexican chili chocolate rubbed Muscovy duck at this fine dining restaurant.

Crème Brulee Martini

The Martini Tree

Taos Ski Valley founder Ernie Blake once stashed pitchers of martinis in tree wells on the mountain. Toast this tradition (and celebrate your powder day) at the Martini Tree Bar.

The Dobson House

Visitors to Taos, N.M., often speak of feeling "at one" with Mother Earth. Stay at the Dobson House and you'll definitely experience that sensation.

The Wildflower, Vail

The Wildflower

Despite the extravagant floral arrangements that grace his restaurant, you wont find executive chef Justin Kalaluhi holding court at a garden party. Favorites include a cote de boeuf for two that’s carved right at the table and newly added gluten free items.