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Worth the short drive from Taos to experience this authentic, modest, restaurant. I can recommend their chicharron burritos, red chile, taquitos, and empanadas. Next time I'm trying the tamales. This is the real deal - affordable and like eating at your abuelita's.
Family owned since the '40's. Cafe opened in 1981 and still operated by the founders daughter, who does ALL the cooking. She says it's the only way to maintain her standards of quality.
Green Clili is then best, tacos her specialty. Burgers great and are...More
After hiking to Williams lake I knew exactly what I wanted for lunch - a couple of perfect tacos. And that's what I got at Abe's. Part grocery and part cocina, the family running the restaurant were very pleasant. My friend and I ordered chicken...More
We drive from Taos a few miles often to eat at Abe's. It's a small eatery with wonderful, homemade dishes at reasonable prices served by the daughters of the 93-year-old retired postmaster and restaurant namesake who still tends the small bar attached to the cantina....More
Abe's is a local institution with a bar and attached café/market. Famous for his breakfast burritos and empanadas which are usually gobbled up quickly when made on special occasions by the women in his kitchen. In the summer casual el fresco dining can be had...More
Abe's is a local Tradition. If you've been in Taos or in Arroyo Seco for any length of time, Abe's is just the place to go as an Old World local pub. Here, you get the local what's up, everyone connects and knows each other's...More