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We are located in the El Torreon Hacienda built in 1847 which reflects our philosophy, our food and the historical influences of Taos. From June - September we have patio seating under a tent with twinkle lights and the most incredible view of Taos Mountain.
We were visiting Taos and had heard ahead of time that one of the finest restaurants in that area, El Meze, was closing due the the retirement of the owner and chef. So we booked our reservation and were glad we did. First and fascinating...More
I wanted our 10th Anniversary dinner to be special, and our experience here was perfect. The staff was amazing - "friendly" and "courteous" would be understatements. The food was extraordinary. Our table faced the mountains at sunset. Perfect! Our thanks and gratitude to the staff...More
A friendly restaurant, informal atmosphere but refined food where the name meze means small sharing plates in the Middle East and Mediterranean. The food is mainly Mexican with s strong local touch, using local produce. The Chiles used by themselves or in sauces are absolutely...More
Beautiful late summer dinner on the patio with a great view of the mountains as the sun set.
Two special appetizers / Share dishes were outstanding. 4-5 different Heirloom tomatoes with a very mild goat cheese and local green bean dish were out of this...More
We so enjoyed our evening at El Meze. The view of the mountains is incredibly beautiful and the food was superb. We were told the restaurant is closing soon (owners are retiring I think) so try to catch a visit while they are still open.
We went to this restaurant expecting great food with beautiful views. We got the views as advertised. There were four of us eating on this perfect September evening. After reviewing the menu, two of us had the Trout which was excellent and two of us...More
This is a wonderful romantic evening with a incredible view of the Taos Mountains. The sunset was divine. The food and wine were top notch, 5 star quality. Loved every moment of the evening. They told us they are closing in October 2017. GO THERE...More