This Upscale Restaurant In A Former New Mexico Adobe Home Offers An Unforgettable Dining Experience
By Libby Monson|Published June 20, 2022
Writer with a passion for the outdoors and discovering new places. Libby loves golfing, trying to figure out what's wrong with her houseplants, and letting her two adorable dogs outside a hundred times a day.
Undoubtedly, the historic Borrego House in Santa Fe has hosted many happy occasions in its lifetime. Geronimo Lopez built the classic adobe in 1756. The home was later sold to the prominent Borrego family, who added a large front room and a front porch complete with hand-hewn columns. These entertaining areas would have been used to host social events for the Santa Fe political figures of the time, and it can now host you and your family at the upscale New Mexico restaurant, Geronimo.