Ate outdoors for lunch on a warm October day, right on the main drag, but still quiet. Good food, fast and friendly service, for a good price.
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It's not easy to find a moderately priced restaurant that's not Mexican in Taos. This place fits the bill with more cosmopolitan fare. Our meals were delicious. Atmosphere is relaxed so you don't feel rushed in any way. There's also a good sized patio for...More
We previously stopped at Doc Martins, but the service there just waiting to be served a cocktail was nonexistent. We decided to take our business elsewhere and found Caffe Renato. The owner was very nice and we were seated outside promptly. We ordered a eggplant...More
We were looking for coffee and a pastry of some sort and ended up ordering pie. We looked around and eventually sat down relaxing in a very pleasant and peaceful room. Both the coffee and pie were excellent! Better than expected. Our server was kind...More
Actually the service was reasonably good, but very slow. There was only one waitress and one cook for the entire evening. We were a party of eight, and there were several other tables occupied, so the poor wait person was running all over. It took...More
So the menu could probably be printed on a 3x5 card. My first reaction: "what, no lasagne!" The food that they did have was pretty decent. The prices were pretty New York though: $9.50 for a glass of table-grade Sanviovese! The food was tasty but...More
It was around 2:30 p.m. When we stopped in for lunch. We were the only customers at that hour. The service was outstanding and the food was very good and the portions very generous.we ate in the lovely courtyard and watched the tourists. A good...More