Coyote CafÃ© (p. 60) is no longer owned by Mark Miller, and has been taken over by the same restaurateur who owns Geronimo. I enjoyed my meal there, but the menu is completely different and the cookingâ€”while ambitious on the surfaceâ€”is actually pretty standard stuff. Itâ€™s certainly the place to schmooze in Santa Fe right now.
Kasasoba (p. 61) is shut. Itâ€™s now another high-end Asian place.
Tinyâ€™s (p. 62) is incorrectly placed on the map. Itâ€™s actually off the east side of St. Francis Dr., south of Cerrillosâ€”Pen Rd. here is not really a street, but a big parking lot.
Horsemanâ€™s Haven (p. 62) has remodeled, and locals say itâ€™s not so good anymore.
Mariscos La Playa (p. 63) no longer has its Cerrillos Road outpostâ€”thatâ€™s now a different seafood place, which people also say is good.
Guadalajara Grill (p. 63) is shut.
La Diligencia (p. 63) is now called Jalapenoâ€™sâ€”not quite the same cool ranchero style.
The Churro cart (p. 63) seems to be gone, as is Lucky Barbeque (p. 63).
Daveâ€™s Not Here (p. 63) is shut.
Blue Heron (p. 64) has a new chef, and the food isnâ€™t nearly so Asian. Itâ€™s very delicious, thoughâ€”worth a drive out.
O Eating House (p. 70) is open only for lunch and dinner nowâ€”no more doughnuts.
Blue Window Bistro (p. 73) changed hands, but itâ€™s still good. The menu is a bit different now, thoughâ€”none of the chile relleno crepes.