You Haven’t Lived Until You’ve Tried The Food At This Unique Restaurant In New Mexico
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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