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My wife and I had the special, a ribeye, which was delicious, as well as the flourless chocolate cake dessert. Food was delicious. Service was superb. Our waitress, Syd, was delightful and very attentive. A definite repeat!
We loved everything about our dining experience at The Love Apple---from the calm ambience to the locally sourced dishes, to our attentive and gracious server Alexandra.Our meal was creative and so, so delicious. It was a refreshing and light contrast to the heavier style Mexican...More
We have been to The Love Apple several times and have never been disappointed. We live in Taos and consider this one of our favorite restaurants in town for dinner. The ambiance is charming and the service is spot on. The menu provides delicious items...More
The Love Apple for us was not a good value. Too expensive for underwhelming food. Wine was good although a bit expensive-$11-12 per glass. I was under the impression that this was farm to table but trout was from Idaho and farm-raised; the gnocchi had...More
I am happy to read so many wonderful reviews. Our meal was just ok, and there is not one dish in particular we were impressed with. We started our dinner with three different appetizers and the soup du jour. One of them was a combination...More
Nice, romantic restaurant in a old church. Reservations needed, as it is small. Also, CASH ONLY. The food is fantastic, refined and very tasty. The gnochi with sausage was wonderful. The salad was fresh and balanced. The flan was also very tasty and the heart...More
My boyfriend and I spent 4 nights in Santa Fe for the new year, and on our last day in NM, went to Taos for the day. I made our reservations at The Love Apple because of all the positive reviews I'd seen online, and...More
Ambiance is wonderfully romantic. Food is absolutely delicious and fresh farm-to-table and while the menu changes seasonally, I do highly recommend the tamale, which see,s to be a menu regular. They serve beer and wine but not mixed drinks and that’s just fine. The wine...More
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We do not have a kids menu, but can offer a quesadilla with just cheese or chicken and cheese. We also can offer local root beer with our housemade vanilla ice cream for a root beer float for a fun dessert option. We are a... More
We do not have a kids menu, but can offer a quesadilla with just cheese or chicken and cheese. We also can offer local root beer with our housemade vanilla ice cream for a root beer float for a fun dessert option. We are a more intimate restaurant, but we have guests come in with their kids often.