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Opened in 2006 by 8 time James Beard Award Nominee, Chef James Campbell Caruso. La Boca has the feel of a lively European wine bar, featuring an extensive selection of carefully chosen Mediterranean and South American wines. Knowledgeable and animated staff graciously guide customers to the perfect wine to complement their meals. La Boca also prides itself on being an ambassador of Spanish sherry culture, transporting its guests to Cadiz in the crisp cool flavors of Fino, or the deep fig-essence of a Pedro Ximenez. Full to capacity almost every night since its opening, La Boca has been a hit with both locals and the world travelers that visit Santa Fe. La Boca has earned numerous awards both…
Called @ 8ísh and was told by hostess they would accommodate wife and I w/o reservations but had to be there before 9 (closing time). We showed up @ 830 and place was full except 2 tables.
Once seated we were greeted promptly. I ordered...More
We visited on a Saturday any offseason. We had excellent service and excellent food. We ordered the lunch special of the day which was a 3 course meal. It included soup of the day, mushroom barley that was thick and flavorful. There were 3 choices...More
My sister brought me to La Boca--one of her favorite restaurants in Santa Fe. They are known for tapas, and we ordered 6 different plates. They're great for sharing, along with wonderful wines. The little plates were all tasty, especially the artichokes and the eggplant....More
The food is mediocre and bland (Santa Fe typically delivers bland food, lacking in flavor and heat where it would be appropriate), and while the offerings are promising and varied, the paella was dull and had numerous pieces of shrimp shell hiding within the rice...More
We've eaten at La Boca several times...this was the best visit yet. We had the olives with grapes and garlic, the Northwest oysters, the Jamon Iberico (worth the $$ if you're a fan of superb ham!) the chicharones, and the bruschetta with mushrooms and poached...More
While there are lots of great restaurants in Santa Fe, this remains one of our favorites. The food is consistently interesting and consistently excellent. We've eaten here numerous time and have always found it thoroughly enjoyable. The lamb special one evening was the best lamb...More
We ordered the Paella Valenciana for dinner. Being from New York City the portion size of was very small. It came immediately which meant it was prior prepared. We were ready to leave but the waiter encouraged us to try some tapas. The experience improved...More
When the chief has won 6 James Beard awards you know you are in for some great food. We were not disappointed.
The tapas combined Spanish, Mexican and New Mexico flavors and ingredients. Add in creative presentation, you have a delight for both your sight...More
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We loved this restaurant....local, small plates each very delicious and unique. If you have questions about the tasting menue I would suggest calling them or better yet " jump off a cliff" and try it! Take a chance, isn't... More
We loved this restaurant....local, small plates each very delicious and unique. If you have questions about the tasting menue I would suggest calling them or better yet " jump off a cliff" and try it! Take a chance, isn't that what exploring is all about?
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