Road-tripping to New Mexico? Here are three new things to explore in The City Different.
Heritage Inspirations Tours
Heritage Inspirations Tours brings a new series of e-bike tours to Santa Fe with its recent opening of a brick and mortar location at the Inn and Spa at Loretto. The first tour route takes bikers to historical church sites in the downtown area. These year-round (weather dependent) tours, starting at $155 per person, are offered Thursdays and Sundays from 8:30 a.m. to noon.
Mexican food fans should check out the newly opened Zacatlán in the Guadalupe Street area. Just a few blocks from the Santa Fe Plaza, this restaurant is the product of nearly 20 years of hard work from head chef/owner Eduardo Rodriguez. Check out signature dishes like mole negro chilaquiles or the Santa Fe burrito.
Bosque Brewing Co.
Bosque Brewing Co. recently finished construction on a third taproom in Sante Fe’s Railyard district. The 4,200-square-foot space with 20 taps and a capacity of 100 is sure to excite beer aficionados itching to drink the Bosque IPA or the Bosque Lager.