Nick Salas

Tomasita’s Voted in the Top 3 for the Best of Santa Fe!

In the Santa Fe Reporter’s Best of Santa Fe Readers Choice Awards, Tomasita’s won 2nd place for Best Margaritas, 2nd place for Best NM Restaurant, 3rd place for Best Kid-Friendly Restaurant, 3rd place for Best Business in Railyard District!

Tomasita’s #1 on TripSavvy’s 12 Best Restaurants in Santa Fe, New Mexico

This railyard favorite has drawn crowds since its opening more than 40 years ago. Run by the same family for three generations, Tomasita’s is a perfect introduction to New Mexican cuisine, serving a menu packed with green chile, red chile, posole, and other hearty plates. The hot sopaipillas (a pillowy bread pocket served with honey) Tomasita’s #1 on TripSavvy’s 12 Best Restaurants in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Tomasita’s Enjoys Success in Albuquerque

A staple of New Mexican cuisine, Tomasita’s has recently expanded their eatery and legendary food to the Duke City.  With decades of success in Santa Fe, owner George Gundrey says business is booming in Albuquerque after opening their restaurant just off I-25. Read the article and watch George make Chicken Enchiladas! >

Tomasita’s in the Community

Annual sponsor of the Santa Fe Bandstand Presenter at Santa Fe Wine and Chile Festival since it’s founding. Tomasita’s Lowrider & Custom Car Show – a community fiesta. All proceeds donated to a local charity. In 2013 we donated to the Children’s Cancer Fund of New Mexico, in 2012 to Literacy Volunteers of Santa Fe. Supporter of Boys and Girls Tomasita’s in the Community

Tomasita’s in Albuquerque is NOW OPEN!

Tomasita’s Albuquerque opened in December 2017. Please visit us at 4949 Pan American Freeway NE on “restaurant row” between Papadeaux and Cheddars. Take the Jefferson Exit off of I25. Call 505-344-1204 for information or to place a to go order. Tomasita’s Albuquerque is a homecoming. Our roots are at the corner of Atrisco Boulevard and Central Tomasita’s in Albuquerque is NOW OPEN!

Tomasita’s in the Press

Over the years we have been featured in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, The Washington Post, Travel and Leisure, Gourmet, and Southern Living…just to mention a few. Santa Fe New Mexican: MAKE WAY, WINE SNOBS, IT’S TIME FOR SANGRIA!Tomasita’s, a Santa Fe mainstay for New Mexican food, makes its more democratic sangria with a mixture of fruit Tomasita’s in the Press

Adios Angel!

This month we will say goodbye to one of Tomasita’s longtime employees, Angel Amaya, who has been part of our family for the past 33 years. Originally from Mexico, Angel worked for the Eldorado hotel for about a year, before joining Tomasita’s in 1983. Starting out as a dishwasher, washing everything by hand, he was Adios Angel!

Tomasita’s has Gone Solar!

In March of 2014 we completed the installation of 68.67 kW grid-tied solar carport with 210 high efficiency solar panels. As a long-standing family-owned business in Santa Fe, we are not only committed to supporting our local culinary tradition, but also to being a role model as a socially responsible business. SOLAR IS HOT!