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- 98%Green Travelers
- 88%Business Travelers
- 81%Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member Reviews (13)
- Cafe Pasqual's
- Cafe Pasqual'sMember ofGreen TravelersJul 05, 2012
This was an interesting place to eat but you have to come at the right time. We tried on a Sunday morning and the wait was close to 1 hour. Later in the week we were able to get in for breakfast. The food was good but expensive for what they served.
- Cafe Pasqual'sJul 05, 2012
I took a star off because this fabulous place is PACKED at most prime mealtimes. St. Pasqual is the Patron Saint of The Kitchen and icons to him, bearing a large bowl and mixing spoon, are everywhere. In an old red-adobe storefront, a large community table and cozy booths in back. Great New Mexican classic dishes and haute cuisine mixed in. Great desserts, Breakfasts, artifacts and a friendly staff. I suggest late breakfasts (on weekdays) and early dinners to avoid waiting too long for a table. Sangria!
- Cafe Pasqual'sJul 04, 2012
Cafe Pasqual's is named for the folk saint of Mexican and New Mexican kitchens and cooks, San Pasqual. The restaurant here is famous for its Southwestern food due to many TV shows, magazine and newspaper articles and oh yes, for the food itself. This place is almost always crowded so come prepared for a wait. Food? Delicious, and you can review their cookbooks while you wait if that will help you decide what to order once you sit.
- Cafe Pasqual'sMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Jul 03, 2012
Sure, it's popular with travelers, but that doesn't mean some dishes on the menu aren't excellent. Stick with what they know best -- Latin American/New Mexican dishes like pupusas, mole or roasted acorn squash -- and you should be fine.
- Cafe Pasqual'sJul 03, 2012
People line up for the brunches, we always go for dinner. Funky eclectic Spanish decor. The food is New Mexican/Latin American and is outstanding and creative-- it is hard to choose so hope your dinner partner likes to share. They fill up quickly so call for reservations, consider joining the open table-- we have met lots of interesting foodies there.
They have a gallery upstairs fun to browse if they are open and you have time.