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Does the restaurant have an accessible-height sink in the bathroom?YesNoUnsure
Does the restaurant have fixed grab bars for the toilets in the bathroom?YesNoUnsure
Does the restaurant have wide clearance into the bathroom for guests with mobility restrictions?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant offer large print menus for guests with visual impairments?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant offer an accessible route through the dining areas for guests with mobility, hearing, or visual impairments? This route should be well-lit, free of obstructions, and step-free.YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant have visual emergency systems to accommodate guests with hearing impairments?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant have audible emergency systems to accommodate guests with vision impairments?YesNoUnsure
Is a bathroom with a bidet for guests with mobility impairments available at this restaurant?YesNoUnsure
Are service animals allowed in this restaurant?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant have private dining rooms?YesNoUnsure
Tecolote Cafe was started in 1980 by Bill and Alice Jennison with a desire to feed guests great meals, affordably, with superior service. Mr. Bill and Alice's recipes have been pleasing palettes for 31 years. In May of 2010, sadly, we lost Mr. Bill after a long and accomplished life. Since August 2010, Katherine Adkins (Bill and Alice's daughter) and her husband Matt Adkins have been doing their best to honor Mr. Bill and Ms. Alice's vision in carrying on the family business. Sadly we also lost Ms.Alice in December of 2012. We offer a varied menu focusing primarily on New Mexican breakfast and lunch cuisine, as well as some American favorites.We bake all of our breads in house as well as our…
Everyone there helped us to make sure we were well cared for. Food was delicious. The juevos came with a few sides. Carne adovada quesadilla special was flavorful. The bread basket was homemade yum. Owls adorn the inside everywhere. Enjoy!
Tecolote was the best breakfast meal we had in Santa Fe. Portions were huge, food felt local and authentic. We enjoyed the green chile cornbread in our bakery basket. Excellent red and green sauce. Our waitress made sure our coffee was always full, and when...More
Very slow (but friendly) service. We had a long 30 minute wait for our food to come out. That in spite of only 3 tables of 2 people per table having clients during Happy Hour. When the food arrived, it was barely warm and not...More
We went to Tecolote a couple of times after it reopened and found the food bland and service mediocre, so we stopped going. Recently a friend said there was a new chef and we should try it again. We did, and found the setting, service,...More
We were in Santa Fe for the weekend and I was looking for a place where everyone in our family could find something, beacuase if either my husband or dad don’t have good food they get very grumpy. I was also looking for somewhere open...More
We do not have a patio at this time. Regarding pets,they are not allowed in restaurants in New Mexico at this time. ADA service animals are allowed if 1) The animal is employed in servicing a person covered under the... More
We do not have a patio at this time. Regarding pets,they are not allowed in restaurants in New Mexico at this time. ADA service animals are allowed if 1) The animal is employed in servicing a person covered under the American with Disabilities Act. 2) The physical work that the animal performs for a person covered by the ADA can be conveyed to the proprietor as physical service animal work which is indeed covered within and under the ADA.
There are many covered works of service animals under the ADA classifications. Most have to do with sight, auditory, mobility, and seizure or blood sugar activity. At the current writing of this information, the ADA has yet to make any specific determination on "mood", "calm", "PTSD", or any other non-physical works for service animals and would therefore be considered "pets" under the ADA documentation.
We're sorry if these laws offend you, and are only taxed with ensuring we meet them to the best of our ability in trying to provide equal and equitable access to all patrons without intentional discrimination regarding disabilities, as is the original intent of the law and Act.