SANTA FE (KRQE) – The late winter’s tastiest annual event has kicked off for it’s seventh year.
New Mexico’s Restaurant Week has begun in Santa Fe.
Sunday, February 21 was the first day of culinary celebrating. Participating restaurants will be offering multiple course dinners starting at $25 for two for casual dining and then anywhere from $20 to $40 per person at find dining restaurants.
Andrew Cooper from Terra of Four Seasons Rancho Encantado joined KRQE’s This Morning team to discuss what he has in store for the week and whipped up a delicious shrimp salad and scallops dish. Watch above.
The celebrations moves to Taos Sunday, February 28 then will conclude in Albuquerque the week of March 6th.
In additions to the incredible dining, Restaurant Week provides rare opportunities to learn new culinary skills, interact personally with talented chefs, and go behind the scenes of popular restaurants.
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