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Railyard District: Go where the locals go in Santa Fe

Our original tour, "Off the Beaten Path" focuses on the up and coming Railyard Arts District.  This neighborhood is where tomorrow's Santa Fe is emerging, and you'll get to meet many of the chefs, distillers and brewers that are shaping that future.  Home to one of the top weekly farmers markets in the country, the Railyard District is where the locals go.

As with all of our tours, what brings this tour to life is the stories behind the restaurants, distilleries and breweries we will visit. You'll learn about how the railroad redefined the American Southwest, who Fred Harvey is and how his legacy lives on to this day. We will also have a chance to explore some of the hidden corners of Santa Fe, learning about how the city has evolved over the last century and where it is heading into the next one.

 
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The Plaza: Sip and Savor your way across Santa Fe's most historic neighborhood

Our classic Santa Fe food & drink adventure. We will explore the downtown Historic Plaza neighborhood by foot while sampling the best in local food and wine. You will have a chance to sample classic New Mexican flavors, as well as get a taste of what’s new and exciting in Santa Fe’s food scene.

Along the way, you’ll learn about the city’s long and fascinating history, with an emphasis on how Native, Hispanic, and Anglo cultures shaped – and were shaped by – the region’s unique (and delicious!) food culture.

 
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Canyon Road: Explore Santa Fe's most famous street

Our "Taste of Canyon Road Tour" introduces visitors to Santa Fe's famous Canyon Road through its art, architecture, history, and food. We explore this beautiful and historically rich street by foot, learning how the neighborhood has transformed since the 1600s from a sleepy Spanish farming community to its current status as one of the country's largest and best-known art markets.

We'll learn how Santa Fe got its start as a famous art colony in the early 20th century, and discuss how the city's art scene is growing and evolving today.  Along the way, we'll sample food & drink from Canyon Road's diverse set of restaurants - from traditional New Mexican flavors to innovative new cuisine. Like all of our tours, what brings this tour to life is the stories behind the food & drink establishments that we visit.