Today we were a bit lazy in the morning. We started things off with lunch at Dish n' Spoon Cafe.
I think this has been my most favorite part of the trip. The owners of the cafe were so sweet and welcoming and the food was amazing! This is a lovely little cafe off of the plaza area in a historic adobe building. The lady owner told us the story of the building and how it was a grocery storefront owned by Vivian Griego.
The original deli case is still in the cafe which gives it tons of vintage charm and they have it decorated very sweet! We will defiantly be going back!
I had Chicken Cranberry Salad on a bed of lettuce.
My sister had Curry Chicken Salad on a bed of lettuce
My mom had a delicious salad, the Yum Yum Lunch Salad.
My cousin had the best Chicken Pot Pie ever and I did not take a picture of it. It was devoured! Oh my, this was so delicious. It was so light and fluffy, yum!
You can really tell they use all organic materials. The food speaks for itself. You must go there if you ever find yourself in Santa Fe, you won't be sorry!
After lunch we did a bit more shopping. I found myself mesmerized with Oleaceae. The store is full of stainless steel vats of infused vinegars and olive oils. You can taste every single one before purchasing! I picked up peach infused vinegar to make toss salads. I am even going to put a few drops in my water for a refreshing treat. I also got jalapeno olive oil. The people that were working the store were so very helpful and knowledgeable. I think they could have sold me one of everything in the place!
Then, after shopping, my mom and I stopped by the La Fonda for Sangria!
Hello and welcome to my crafty blog. I am a Medical Social Worker and a field instructor for TCU Social Work Dept. I like to craft it up in my spare time! I love all things crafty from knitting and sewing to cooking and gardening. After a long days work these things are relaxing for me. You will see a little of this and that on my blog...as I will be chatting about my everyday experiences. Cheers!