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113 1/2 East Palace Avenue
Located in a hacienda that dates back to 1692, the Shed has been a fixture at the east end of the Santa Fe Plaza since 1953. A quiet, comfy place, its specialty is native New Mexican fare, including definitive carne adovada and pollo adobo. Chilled red raspberry soup is listed as an hors d'oeuvre, but it also makes a cool refresher for dessert.
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Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
Chilled Raspberry Soup
Guacamole and Salsa
Enchilada and Taco Plate
Blue Cheese and Walnut Salad
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November 06, 2007
"The Shed has been a Santa Fe institution for 54 years, beloved by locals and tourists alike. It is located just a bit off the Plaza, behind Susan's Christmas Shop. The restaurant is housed in old adobe structure. Watch your head as you enter the building (anyone ..."
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113 1/2 East Palace Avenue, Santa Fe, NM
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Open Year Round
Always Call Ahead!
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"This is the item to order if you just can't decide between tacos and enchiladas. The best of both worlds."
"The guacamole is creamy, but laced chunks of avocado. The salsa offers a great combination of smoke and heat."
"One of the attractive dining rooms."
"The colorful window treatment creates a sense of privacy and separates dining areas."
"An example of the local artwork adorning the walls."
"Even the restaurant's name is artistically protrayed."
"This is a pleasant space to wait in before you are seated."
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