Posts By: Jenny Kimball

Time to Get Outside in Santa Fe

Out & about Beer and bicycles are natural brothers, according to Outside Magazine and Cycle Santa Fe, which have created the inaugural Bike & Brew Festival (May 16-18), a celebration of craft beer and cycling on or off road. Bicyclists of all levels are invited to sample anything from the challenging Santa Fe Century Ride… Read more »

Touring Space from New Mexico: Spaceport America

Much has been written about Spaceport America and Richard Branson’s plans for Virgin Galactic to take travelers into space from the facility located just west of US Army White Sands Missile Range in Sierra County, New Mexico…  but I had yet to visit it myself. I had my chance last week to tour the Gateway… Read more »

Visiting Santa Fe in April?

A Native American extravaganza comes to Albuquerque each year as nearly 3,000 dancers and singers from more than 700 North American tribes come together for the Gathering of Nations Pow Wow (April 24-26) at the University of New Mexico. Native art collectors have their own annual pilgrimage at Native Treasures, Santa Fe’s sale of museum-quality… Read more »

Visiting Santa Fe in March?

Ever-innovative SITE Santa Fe is focusing on the theme of dining as art in Feast: Radical Hospitality through May 18. A series of talks, documentaries, and public projects includes Lee Mingwei’s three-night performance of The Dining Project, a meal as performance shared with a visitor chosen by lottery (April 22), a crash course on Japanese… Read more »

La Plazuela Designated a Culinary Treasure

La Plazuela is #NewMexicoTRUE

The City of Santa Fe proclaimed Wednesday, February 26, 2014 Santa Fe Culinary Treasures Day to honor several Santa Fe restaurants, including our own La Plazuela, that have been designated as Culinary Treasures by the New Mexico Tourism Department. We attended the city council meeting to celebrate our recognition complete with ‘La Plazuela is New… Read more »