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Harry's Roadhouse in Santa Fe, NM
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Harry's Roadhouse

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96 Old Las Vegas  Santa FeNM  87505

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    3/17/2015 8:07:59 PM
    We went to Harry's in late October, 2014. Santa Fe was the first stop on a short trip. I specifically looked for a restaurant that had been on DDD so I searched everything in Santa Fe and Harry's seemed like it fit us the best. We got there about 4:45 pm which we found out was on the cusp of lunch and dinner. They asked us which we wanted and we chose lunch since it was a little cheaper. I ordered the turkey meatloaf and my husband had the salmon tacos. As we were eating our dinner, we noticed the customers coming in after 5:00 pm were given home made bread which we did not receive. To say the least, we were a little taken aback by the fact they received the bread and we didn't. The lunch portions were much smaller than the dinner portions. The staff was very friendly and the food was very good, but I'm not sure I'd go back there. Kind of left a bitter taste in my mouth (pun intended).
  2. anonymous
    9/8/2012 5:32:55 AM
    Had breakfast there about a year ago. Amazing food and super friendly staff. Planning to return in December on our next trip to SF
  3. anonymous
    7/12/2011 10:10:20 PM
    I also had the salmon tacos and added a mean coconut cream pie - stuffed and delicious, try and sit in the garden!
  4. anonymous
    7/9/2011 8:53:18 PM
    Turkey meatloaf.  That's all i have to say. 
  5. anonymous
    5/6/2011 4:49:50 PM
    Just came back from Santa Fe ~ a wonderful lunch was had at Harry's.  Staff is truly excellent, ordered the New Mexican Blue Corn Turkey Enchiladas and the Salmon Tacos - best we ever had.  Fresh Margheritas with shakers and strainers left at the table ~ perfect!!!  Wish we had room for desert, maybe next time. Highly recommend, wish I was there right now  . . .  Go! Go! Go!
  6. anonymous
    1/29/2011 9:10:10 PM
    By far the Best place I ate at on my stop in Santa Fe.  I stopped in for lunch just as it began snowing and grabbed a seat next to the fireplace.  Not only was the staff friendly, but the other patrons were so friendly.  This is the type of place where strangers become friends!  I ordered the New Mexican Blue Corn Turkey Enchiladas.  AMAZING!  They have Great Green and Red Chile sauce!  Make this place a priority on your Santa Fe Stop!!
  7. anonymous
    1/16/2011 11:45:07 AM
    I've been eating my way through the menu, but it is hard since I live 100 miles away. My favorites so far are the breakfast burrito,  migas, and chilaquiles.
  8. anonymous
    1/4/2011 1:23:03 AM
    My husband and I weren't the least bit disappointed. Service was very friendly and helpful and the food was great!! Lemon ricotta pancakes with fresh strawberries were the best!! Will definitely go back again!! :)
  9. anonymous
    8/13/2010 4:19:02 PM
    Great mix of locals and tourists.  Very friendly service.  Had the turkey sandwich and cool cucumber soup, absolutely delicious.  Wife had the greatest grilled cheese sandwich ever created.  Try the strawberry rubarb pie, you won't be disappointed.
  10. anonymous
    5/3/2010 11:39:47 AM
    pizzas are darn good!! meat lovers with chunks of green chilles was sooo good!
  11. anonymous
    3/4/2010 3:10:06 PM
  12. anonymous
    2/1/2010 1:42:48 PM
    This place is a find!!  We enjoyed our lunch so much we went back for breakfast the next day.  For lunch we had the chicken burrito smothered in green and salmon tacos.  Both were excellent.  The green chile is flavorful and not overly hot but they give you a chile on the side that you can cut up to increase the heat content which is a great idea.  Staff was fun and efficient.  They also have incredible desserts that we weren't planning on but could not pass up - coconut cream pie and chocolate cake with cream filling with cherries. Breakfast was breakfast burritos smothered in green.  They were simple but very good. Place is open from 7 am to 10 pm and is off the beaten path on a side road that parallels I-25 off of St Michael Road.  Parking is tricky as it seems to stay packed all the time.  Place is a house with closed in porch and other rooms - about 4 in all.
  13. anonymous
    12/2/2009 10:45:14 PM
    We sat on the patio out back. It was more like a garden, with flowers growing all over. I had a Chimichanga. It was Nervana in a burito shell. The food was all great, the beer was cold, the service was fantastic. I'll go back next time I get in the area. One down side: The parking sucked - but not enough to stop a second trip!!
  14. anonymous
    11/10/2009 9:21:53 PM
    Harry Road House is the very best!  They make their own turkey sausage, the chile is amazing, the coffee is STRONG (not easy to find in the Land of Enchanment).  It's a cute old rambling house with a lovely back garden.  Everybody is nice - and the food is always amazing!
  15. anonymous
    10/21/2009 7:16:06 PM
    We stopped here on our way home from Durango heading to Alamogordo. The food was really excellent. Well prepared and with some unusual touches. Wonderful pies for desert. Good service and fun atmosphere.
  16. anonymous
    9/22/2009 3:14:18 PM
    We had brunch there and it was very good. Had a very New Mexican influence on most of the dishes. It's crowded, too, so be prepared to wait.
  17. anonymous
    5/3/2009 1:19:15 AM
    watching breakfast being cooked at Harry's Roadhouse on the Food Network and I was thinking when I first switched it on it was a restarurant in my area, to my disappointment you all are across the country. I was planning on going out in the morning but yea little too far, but good going on such a good choice of items to choose from and it all looks marvelous ;)

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