As much as Santa Fe is considered an art town, it’s also a food destination, thanks to a wealth of cuisines – Native American, Mexican, New Mexican, Southwestern, Spanish – that come together here. There’s a wonderful array of restaurant options, from local joints to grand dining rooms. Don’t shy away from places that have been written up a million times; most still live up to the accolades and are beloved by locals as well. If you’re not from New York City or Los Angeles, you may experience sticker shock: unless you settle for local hole-in-the-wall places, dining out in Santa Fe is expensive. And make sure you make reservations for dinner.