About Arroyo Vino
Arroyo Vino serves a seasonal menu of progressive american fare inspired by our on premise garden and local purveyors. The wine program consists of several great by-the-glass options, a well curated list as well and over 800 bottles in the adjoining wine shop. Bottles from the shop, are available for just $30 over the retail price, making for an incredible opportunity to drink some great wines at reasonable prices versus the typical 3 times mark-up at most restaurants .
Contemporary American, Wine Bar
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Sunday: 5:30pm - 9:00pm
218 Camino la Tierra
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
There is plenty of free parking right in front of Arroyo Vino.
Private Party Facilities:
We are able to host private parties any night of the week depending on the size of your group and type of event. Please contact us for more information.
Private Party Contact:
Brian Bargsten: 505-983-2100x
Bar Dining, Beer, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine, Wine Bar
Arroyo Vino Ratings and Reviews
A great experience. Our server was know ...
A great experience. Our server was knowledgeable, friendly and efficient. The ambience is great; nice decor, artwork and gorgeous views. Finally, the food is the best in town. Many restaurants say they are farm to table but this one really is. The chef is talented and creative and the food is fresh and imaginative.
First time there....my wife and I were v ...
First time there....my wife and I were very impressed. Many reviews kept saying how small the plates were for the price and in all honesty we didn't feel that to be true. Were they a little pricey but not enough for me NOT to go back. My wife had the Halibut that melted in your mouth. I on the other hand went adventurous and ordered rabbit for the first time in my life and loved it....we will be back
Food and service were very good to excel ...
Food and service were very good to excellent. Atmosphere; it was too warm and a couple of flies were pestering us the whole time. Noise level high.
But all in all, we are happy to have this great restaurant so close to home. Next time we may try the patio, we did not see that until we drove away. The patio may be quieter.
made reservations after checking on-line ...
made reservations after checking on-line reviews. could not have been more impressed! beautiful location. service was exceptional! food was beyond exceptional! innovative, fresh, delicious! wines selected were great! they hit all of the right notes. hope to return in not too distant future!
The food at AV is inventive, luxurious a ...
The food at AV is inventive, luxurious and delicious. The fresh garden provides surprises of herbs and flowers with each course. The soft shell crab was amazing, done tempura style and the rabbit was the best rabbit I have every had and I had rabbit at Lutece in NYC when Andre Soltner was chef.
AV is not to be missed.
Arro Vino is abaslutly charming. It has ...
Arro Vino is abaslutly charming. It has a county side feel with a stunning wine list and magical food. No literally. Salad greens and flowers as well as honey are locally harvested from the gardens. The presentation looks like fine dining met the iron ferry chef. While sipping a chilled sparkling wine, we enjoyed some of the most beautiful food I've ever seen let alone had the pleasure of consuming. If you where to fall asleep, and find yourself in loard of the rings, this is what the elvs would be eating.
Not one of their best efforts. On this ...
Not one of their best efforts. On this evening I had the rabbit (the prosciutto wrapped portion was overcooked) and my dad felt his halibut was "cottony." The soft shell crab in ponzu sauce was OK, though I felt the tempura batter overwhelmed the delicateness of the crab. The Elderflower Mousse dessert however, was spectacular.
Arroyo Vino is one of Santa Fe's finest ...
Arroyo Vino is one of Santa Fe's finest restaurants, and perhaps the best overall dining experience in the city (though delightfully 15 minutes outside downtown in a strictly residential area). We've been there several times in the last few months and everything we've tried has been excellent. Four of us recently enjoyed appetizers and entrees that included risotto with English peas; soft shell crab; rabbit tenderloin; duck rillette; halibut; and a perfectly dressed garden salad with goat cheese. Desserts we shared were house-made coffee ice cream, a cheese plate and an elderflower tart, all delicious. Service has been consistently first-rate as well. A lovely, unpretentious boite, prices are high but reflect the quality of the overall experience.
Wine meals great. Vegetarian food good, ...
Wine meals great.
Vegetarian food good, but cheese based.
If you are an omnivore wine drinker, great spot.
Otherwise, there are better options in Santa Fe currently.
It has seen much better times.
Hopefully it will return to its previous excellence.
The desire to do so is unclear.
Wait staff can be dismissive and snarky or warm and helpful, not predictable.
We were greeted fondly by the staff, tho ...
We were greeted fondly by the staff, though unfortunately my pal the sommelier was out that night. Our server was VERY attentive and helpful. Once again the food was spectacular, and all dishes were on the money. Our guests were quite impressed by the food. Chef Colin Shane brought a wonderful amuse-bouche, a wonderful portent of things to come. Arroyo Vino is at the top of our list of the favorite dining spots in Santa Fe.
Fresh ingredients, innovative menu, attention to details. The food was outstanding prepared in creative ways. My husband had chicken poached in buttermilk and I had rabbit 2 ways -- husband said it was the best chicken he's ever tasted. Expensive but worth it for a memorable meal.
I eat out all the time but Arroyo Vino p ...
I eat out all the time but Arroyo Vino provided one of the most wonderful meals I have had in quite sometime. The flavors of every dish were outstanding. The beef tenderloin and accompanying potatoes and vegetables were simply outstanding. All three of my party ordered the same dish and finished every single bite. The fresh vegetables from the garden are a wonderful touch and the wine selection if quite nice.
We love Arroyo Vino. It is adult restaur ...
We love Arroyo Vino. It is adult restaurant--no loud obnoxious music; professional, cordial and knowledgable service; refined decor. And the food is terrific. We have never ordered anything here that wasn't delicious and visually striking.
Ramps In New Mexico
We were so pleased to hear the Chef tell us that his ramps came all the way from the Midwest. Farm to table with a flourish as ramps only appear early in the Spring!
When we both ordered the Scottish Salmon, it was as though we had it at home!
We just had our first meal at this wonde ...
We just had our first meal at this wonderful restaurant. It's a nice 15 minute drive NW of Santa Fe. We took Uber so we could enjoy the wine. I had heard a lot of wonderful things about this place and we loved it. The only 4 star I gave it was the ambiance as I don't think they have patio dining (I could be wrong) and I thought the interior and ambiance was elegant, but not as "cozy" as I expected. The 2 top tables are seated so close to each other that private conversation is impossible. We were moved to a more private table which we thoroughly enjoyed.
The wine list is fabulous. We had dinner there in mid-May and the spring vegetables were fantastic. They have their own organic garden and all veggies are picked fresh daily. The wait staff is superior. (The ONLY critique I had is that when we were seated the host did not pull out my chair for me, yes that is trivial, but in most fine dining establishments the hosts do pull out a chair for the ladies at the table). We literally had 4 waiters taking care of us, along with the chef. All of our courses were excellent. All the servings are the perfect amount to enjoy the food but not get stuffed. We were treated to a complimentary glass of champagne and some surprise treats from the chef. The wine list is amazing and there is a shop next door and I browsed through their wines and was surprised by the quality and the reasonable prices.
We will definitely go back! With all the great restaurants in Santa Fe this one stands out. After a starter, a shared salad and two entrees and 3 individual glasses of wine our bill was $150, which was very reasonable for the quality and service. It's worth a trip outside of the city limits to visit this restaurant!
Paul was an exceptional Host as always a ...
Paul was an exceptional Host as always and Chef Colin Shane served up another incredible dinner.
Arroyo Vino never ceases to amaze. A dining experience beyond comparison in Santa Fe.
Unparalleled in New Mexico and most of the West.
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