The Ski Hill Restaurant In New Mexico That All The Locals Love

When visiting the sweet town of Taos, you might be thinking about hitting the ski hills to see sights from new heights and get an adrenaline rush. However, after hitting the hills you’ll probably have worked up an appetite. Thankfully, there’s an incredible cantina right up on this Taos ski hill and its history is as wholesome as its food. Not only is this spot packed with friendly faces that all of the locals know and love, but their Northern New Mexico chile recipe has also made waves across our state. Whether you’re looking to fill up on favorite Southwest dishes, get a kick in the pants from some truly good chile, or want to relax with a margarita amongst the hills, this alpine restaurant in Taos is a unique dining experience waiting to be had.

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Have you ever been to Tim’s Stray Dog Cantina at the base of Taos Ski Valley? What did you eat? We’d love to hear all about your experience in the comments!

While you’re at Taos Ski Valley, take a scenic chair lift ride to see the area from brand new heights.