Santa Fe is a very Hispanic city and today, in this JefeBet article, we want to tell you about this city and how to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Santa Fe.
It won’t be hard to find plans related to the Hispanic culture here, but just in case, for the lazy ones, we’ve put together a list of places you can’t miss this Hispanic Heritage Month.
This is intended for Latinos in Santa Fe and Americans who want to know a little more about a piece of our land called Latin America. Ready for this trip? Passengers to the train!
Hispanic Heritage Month in Santa Fe
Santarepa is an institution in Santa Fe. It has become one of the most popular restaurants in the city and is nothing less than the first Venezuelan restaurant in Santa Fe.
It is run by a family and the food is, apart from delicious, completely homemade. Here you can have the best arepas and typical Venezuelan dishes for breakfast. A great way to find out how to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Santa Fe!
Location: 229 Johnson St, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Downtown Santa Fe
If you visit Santa Fe and want to learn a little more about the Hispanic culture, just take a stroll downtown.
Santa Fe is a beautiful city that breathes Hispanic cultural heritage on all four sides. Don’t miss Santa Fe’s unique architecture, the marvelous cathedral, La Capilla del Loreto and La Escalera Milagrosa.
In addition, during your walk, you will discover many street stores with Hispanic handicrafts, fashion inspired by Mexican culture, Hispanic art… A wonderful place to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Santa Fe.
If you want, you can learn more fun facts about Hispanic Heritage Month here.
How about Spanish gastronomy for lunch? At Santa Fe, you can enjoy the most traditional Spanish delicacies.
At El Farol, you can try delicious paella and all kinds of delicious Spanish tapas. In addition, there is a small gastronomic fusion that will make your palate will not stop salivating from the moment you enter El Farol.
Finally, you can enjoy a flamenco show with one of the most prestigious dance companies, only for you.
Location: 808 Canyon Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Museum of Spanish Colonial Art
The Museum of Spanish Colonial Art is a true jewel in Santa Fe. An ideal way to enjoy Hispanic Heritage Month in the city.
Spanish Colonial art is the artistic cultural legacy of the Hispanics who arrived in Latin America and later came to New Mexico through the Mexican settlers of the area.
A highly recommended visit to discover the Hispanic cultural heritage in Santa Fe and New Mexico.
Location: 750 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe, NM 87505
Dinner and drinks
And, finally, a Mexican restaurant. For dinner we booked La Fogata, an excellent Mexican restaurant, to enjoy the gastronomic brotherhood that exists in New Mexico with Mexico.
Here you will find the best tacos, the most authentic Mexican food, as well as a delicious sampling of Latin flavors.
For a drink, don’t miss the happy hour, with beers and speciality drinks to help you relax.
Location: 112 W San Francisco St #101, Santa Fe, NM 87501