Condo In Angel Fire
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Specials, Restaurants, and Activities in Angel Fire


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While quaint, Angel Fire (and the surrounding towns) do not disappoint when it comes to excellent dining and exciting family activities.  We have compiled several of our favorites here, and we are confident these eateries, sights and activities will be to your liking.

Restaurants in Angel Fire and Eagle Nest:

The Sunset Grill - Located right next to the Chile Express Chairlift and only a 1 1/2 block walk from our condo is the Sunset Grill.   Serving quintessential American Comfort Food, it is a great place for burgers, sandwiches, and Bar-B-Que.  We especially like the Sunset Grill for lunch during the summer months as we sit outside and enjoy the perfect Angel Fire summer weather.  Don't miss the Fried Green Bean appetizer!  It is famous in the area (and tastes WAY better than it sounds).  The Sunset Grill is small, and can get busy during the winter peak season, so plan to wait if you dine there during peak season. 
The Sunset Grill has a excellent, and reasonably priced Kid's Menu!

Yu Garden- If an inexpensive yet delicious and formidable meal in on your mind, the Yu Garden is a perfect choice.  Serving traditional Chinese cuisine, the menu is endless and it is hard to spend more than 10 bucks, even for dinner (full lunches start at $5.95)!  It is also only a 2 block walk from the Wren Condos, and the service is fast and efficient.  All of the dishes we have tried have been excellent.

Angel Fired Pizza- No resort is complete without a pizza place and Angel Fire has a great new one.  Angel Fired Pizza serves top notch, gourmet, hand rolled, wood oven-baked pies,  in addition to an array of delicious Italian style pastas and wonderful fresh salads with proprietary dressings.  Angel Fired Pizza is the new kid on the block in Angel Fire, but is quickly becoming a local favorite.  They are located adjacent to the Valley Market (above the Cafe Expresso) just down the hill from our condo.

Café Expresso- For gourmet coffee drinks and an outstanding quick breakfast, we recommend the Café Expresso.  It is located behind Mountain Sports, next to the Valley Market at the intersection of North Angel Fire Road and Hwy 434 (about a mile from our Condo).  All bakery items are made daily from scratch and the homemade cinnamon rolls can not be beat.  Also, try the breakfast burrito.  While inexpensive, the food is delicious. 

Zebadiah's (Zeb's) - . Zeb's is a bar and grill and is one of the most popular spots in the Moreno Valley for unwinding with a few drinks and enjoying delicious traditional American B&G cuisine.  They are located as you enter Angel Fire on the West side of Mountain View Blvd (Hwy 434).

Restaurants in Taos:

The number of world class eateries in Taos is far too large to list here, but here are a couple of don't misses!  Taos is only 20 miles from Angel Fire, and is a town of not only fine dining but rich in art and history as well.  It is well worth a day trip from Angel Fire to experience all that Taos offers.

Michael's Kitchen Bakery and Café

Michael's has been a Taos landmark for over 30 years.   Many of the same staff that helped open the Café all those years ago still work to this day.   it offers an authentic ambiance not to mention incredible food.  A trip to Taos is simply not complete without a visit to Michael's. 

We particularly recommend breakfast with dozens of authentic New Mexican entrées and portions that defy you to clean your plate.  My favorite is the Poor Man's Eggs Benedict.  In addition to fantastic menu items, Michael's is full service bakery, with breads and pastries to die for.   Michael's is located just north of the Taos Plaza on the southbound side of Hwy 64.  Be prepared to wait, there is normally a line out the door, but it is well worth it!

Downtown Bistro- The Downtown Bistro is another excellent choice for dining in Taos.  The eclectic atmosphere and menu are complimented by one of the best wine lists in Taos, including their own house wine sourced from their California Vineyards.  If the Cajun Pasta with Chicken, Shrimp and Sausage is available when you visit, it is highly recommended.  Reservations are a good idea during peak seasons and hours, so call ahead to make sure they have a spot for you.  575-737-5060.  Click the link above for directions and menu items.

Activities In and Around Angel Fire:

Music From Angel Fire is New Mexico's annual celebration of music featuring world renown musicians and composers from across the globe.  Concerts and related activities begin around the middle of August each year, and run through early September.  Performances are held in Angel Fire, Taos, Red River, and other surrounding towns all within easy drives of our condo.  Click the link to find out the latest schedule of events!



The Angel Fire Balloon Festival -
Takes place in July of each year in Angel Fire.  Dozens of hot air balloons launch and sail through the Moreno Valley for a stunning  visual experience that words can not describe.  Visit the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce website for scheduled dates each year!






The Vietnam War Memorial- is a sobering and powerful testimony to the men, women, and their families lost or disabled in our nations most controversial war.  Deliberately setting aside the controversy, the memorial in Angel Fire honors these men and women and gives them the tribute they deserve.  The Memorial was funded from 1968 until 1977 almost exclusively by the parents of Sgt David Westphall killed in action during the Vietnam War.  In 1977, the Daughters of American Veterans began financial support of the memorial and helped raise over 2 million dollars to fund the construction of the Visitor Center pictured below.



On November 13, 1987, the US Congress finally gave the Memorial the national recognition it so deserved. Today, the memorial is managed by the state of New Mexico as a state historical park.  On a daily basis, the Memorial is visited by many veterans and their families. In the serenity of this place the horror of war is forgotten and the memories of those who participated, including some 58,000 Americans who died in one of the most controversial conflicts this nation has ever witnessed, can truly be honored.


 

 

 

 

 

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