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Peyton and I moved here from Philadelphia 25 years ago and opened the Roadhouse one year later. We immediately knew that Santa Fe was our new home.
When we started Harry’s Roadhouse in the summer of 1992, our expectations were modest. We had three or four employees and the early years were a real challenge. The building was falling apart, the kitchen inadequate, the only bathroom (with one toilet) was right by the front door, and Harry was pretty much a full time handyman. In 1998, we finally got approval to rebuild the Roadhouse. Our goal was to keep the same vibe, but have decent bathrooms, a modern kitchen and new plumbing and electrical so that Harry could be a restauranteur, not a handyman. We also got a Liquor License (hence the refreshing margaritas) and an espresso machine. And life and the restaurant have been better ever since.
We always imagined Harry’s Roadhouse as a neighborhood restaurant with good food, an innovative menu and a gathering place for the whole neighborhood, rich and poor; local and tourist; vegetarian and meat eaters; young and old. The support from the community was, and continues to be, overwhelming. It gives all of us, at the Roadhouse, the energy that fuels the restaurant.
We love to spend our free time outdoors, skiing, biking and hiking, as well as taking in the wonderful Arts and Culture here. The diversity and multi-cultural community of Santa Fe inspire us to keep doing our best and to continue evolving, while keeping the standards and comforts that our customers enjoy.
Had a lovely dinner here last night. I have to tell you about the Chile en Nogada dish offered for the holidays. Fantastic! I love this dish and have eaten in in Mexico and made it st home. The picadillo was superb and so was the “Nogada” sauce with pomegranate seeds and walnuts (more walnuts would have made the dish even better) – don’t miss this amazing and traditional Mexican dish.
We travel through Santa Fe every so often and are always eating the usual New Mexican style Mexican food. We wanted something a little different this time so we turned to triple D and Guy Fieri for a recommendation. Harry’s Roadhouse came up and it was the best choice! My husband had the Sea Bass piccata and I had the mussels and you would have thought we were sitting Oceanside instead of in the middle of the high desert. The food was amazing and was only topped by the friendliness of the waitstaff. I will be recommending Harry’s to everyone I know.
Love this place. yesterday we both had turkey blue corn enchiladas with red and it was amazing. We only ate one half (so we had room for dessert) and indulged in their wonderful apple pie. Great margaritas. Never had a bad meal here.
96 B Old Las Vegas Highway, Santa Fe, NM
Breakfast 7am to 11am Mon-Fri, Sat to 12pm, Sun to 1pm
Lunch 11am to 5pm Mon-Fri, Sat to 12pm, Sun to 1pm
Dinner 5pm to 9:30 all week