You’ll Love Visiting Rancho de Chimayó, A New Mexico Restaurant Loaded With Local History

New Mexico is known for many things – beautiful scenery, historic Native American pueblos, and the annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. Perhaps the state’s biggest claim to fame is its unique blend of the cuisines of the Pueblo Native Americans, the descendants of the area’s Spanish settlers, and the modern Mexican nation. While there are countless places to get a good New-Mexican meal, we would recommend Rancho de Chimayó, a family-owned establishment located 27 miles north of Santa Fe in Chimayó. Nestled in a valley in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of northern New Mexico, Rancho de Chimayó serves up delicious New Mexican fare within a Pueblo-style building.

A visit to Rancho de Chimayó offers diners a step back in time to the late 19th-century and a delicious meal to go with it. Whether you choose a chile relleno or a chicken-fajita salad it will be a meal you won’t soon forget. Rancho de Chimayó is open Tuesdays through Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Visit Rancho de Chimayó’s website or check out the restaurant on Facebook to learn more about this delightful dining experience. Have you dined at Rancho de Chimayó? If so, let us know about your visit in the comments.

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Address: Rancho de Chimayó, 300 Juan Medina Rd, Chimayo, NM 87522, USA