Restaurant Week gives people the opportunity to try new restaurants they might have overlooked or feel they couldn't afford. Restaurants get to "put their best food forward" in order to gain new fans and can experiment with menu items. Above all, it showcases New Mexico as one of the world’s premier dining destinations. Thank you for helping us towards our goal!Do attendees need a ticket to attend the event?
No tickets are required; however, reservations are highly recommended as restaurants fill up quickly.Will the menus vary?
Yes! Restaurant Week brings together a variety of diverse culinary menus to suit a diversity of taste.Does the menu include a drink?
Certain restaurants may offer wine or a drink within this offer, but in most cases, beverages, as well as tax and gratuities, are not included.What are restaurants offering during Restaurant Week?
Most participating restaurants will present a prix-fixe dinner option consisting of three courses (appetizer, entrée and dessert). Prices do not include beverages, tax and gratuity. Many restaurants may also offer a specially priced, two-course lunch option.How do I experience a restaurant participating in Restaurant Week?
Some 100 restaurants throughout New Mexico are expected to participate in the 2013 Restaurant Weeks. To make a reservation, click on the restaurant and you can connect with their website, Open Table (if they are a member), or find their phone number to call them directly. Due to the expected popularity of this event, advance reservations are strongly encouraged, but walk-ins are appreciated. There is no guarantee that walk-in guests will be accommodated.Is there a lunch option?
Yes! Many restaurants will be offering value-priced lunches during Restaurant Week. The "Let's do lunch" program participants will be prominently indicated and their two-course menus will be featured under "More info."Do you have to order off of the three-course prix-fixe menu during New Mexico Restaurant Week?
No. All participating restaurants will be offering their standard menus as well. Diners may order a la carte from the regular menu or choose the three-course, prix-fixe menu. 2013 pricing will be announced soon.What are New Mexico Restaurant Weeks?
New Mexico's Restaurant Weeks were established in 2010 to introduce diners and travelers to the vast array of restaurants and hotels in New Mexico. This year's extravaganza kicks off in Santa Fe (February 24 - March 3, 2013), and continues in Taos (March 3-10, 2013) and Albuquerque (March 10-17, 2013). Participating restaurants in other communities will join their nearest Restaurant Week.
Locals and visitors will have eight days in each region to enjoy all of their favorite restaurants and take advantage of first-class accommodations at a special value price. All participating restaurants will offer specially priced, three-course dinners for the full eight days and many will also be offering two- or three-course lunches at value prices.Who participates in New Mexico Restaurant Weeks?
Many of the finest, most renowned chefs in New Mexico will showcase their culinary styles at unbeatable prices offered during Restaurant Week only! Click here for the list of participating restaurants in Santa Fe. Click here for the list of participating restaurants in Albuquerque. Click here for the list of participating restaurants in Taos.