New Mexicans are well aware that some of the best bread you’ll ever taste is cooked in a horno and, throughout the nation, wood-fired pizza has gathered loyal fans. If this style of pizza appeals, you’re definitely going to want to try the hearth-cooked meals at this one-of-a-kind restaurant.

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The restaurant is open Thursday through Sunday, from 12:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Common Fire doesn’t take reservations so, at peak dinner times, there’s sometimes a line. Wait before you have a little time before stopping by because this is one experience you’re going to want to savor – in every sense of the word.

Wait until you have a little time before stopping by, because this is one experience you’re going to want to savor – in every sense of the word.

Common Fire is located at 88 State Highway 150 in Taos. For more info.

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