The Shed is world renowned for its red chile enchiladas and other blue corn specialties, as well as tempting desserts and, of course, margaritas! A dining tradition in Santa Fe since 1953. We offer locals and visitors alike a time tested taste of the best that Northern New Mexico has to offer both in cuisine and hospitality. We are a family owned and operated business & located on Palace Avenue just east of the plaza. Look for the small, vividly colored wooden sign that marks the entrance. The restaurant occupies nine quiet rooms behind Prince Patio, an adobe hacienda, dates back to 1692, when the king of Spain gave this property to Captain Diego Arias de Quiros in recognition of his services in the reconquest. In 1879, this patio acquired its present name when Governor Bradford Prince bought these eighteen rooms built around three patios and established his family here, where they stayed until 1940.
The Shed Restaurant received the James Beard Award for 2003 as an American Classic of timeless appeal. The Santa Fe Reporter's "BEST OF SANTA FE" Awards for Best Red Chile 2003-2016
Visitors and locals returning to Santa Fe don't feel like they have arrived in Santa Fe until they have tasted the Shed chile once again. Come experience the warm hospitality of northern New Mexico and unique cuisine which mixes Pueblo, Spanish and Mexican influences.
This restaurant accepts reservations during Restaurant Week.
113 1/2 E. Palace Ave.
Santa Fe, NM 87501