The iconic Santa Fe destination at the heart of the Old Santa Fe Trail has been known for its fun, vibrant atmosphere, and delicious 'New Mexican Cajun' since 1944. This rich history meets an inspired culinary experience with farm-to-table ingredients, fine spirits & wines, and Relais & Chateaux dining standards.
TUESDAY - SUNDAY
5:00 PM - 9:30 PM
With limited indoor and patio seating, reservations are recommended.
The Pink Adobe restaurant stands proudly in the heart of Santa Fe's historic Barrio De Analco neighborhood, which is considered the oldest neighborhood in the US. It sits across from the San Miguel Mission, the oldest church in the United States. Founded in 1944 by Rosalea Murphy, an artist and social connector, the restaurant takes its name from the rose-colored adobe plastering on the nearly 400-year-old hacienda that serves as its home. From its humble beginnings serving 'Dobe Burgers, French onion soup, and hot apple pies, The Pink Adobe has evolved into the iconic establishment it is today.
As the historic plaque out front states: “For over 70 years The Pink Adobe has served as host to Presidents, local politicos, world-famous artists, actors, musicians, and some of the most interesting characters known to Santa Fe.”
The Dragon Room
A hidden nest where history and magic intertwine, The Dragon Room has witnessed countless stories from cowboys, travelers, artists, and politicians. Even Robert Redford and Georgia O'Keeffe were regulars in their day, drawn to the captivating ambiance that envelops our guests. Adorned with old oak beams, two Chihuly lights, and vibrant art, our atmosphere, casual New Mexican farm-to-table sharing menu, and handcrafted cocktails, are all designed to ignite your senses and spark your imagination.