Taos is a charming New Mexico town, known for its adobe buildings and strong artist community. Follow our suggestions for seeing Taos on less than $100 a day.
Start your day with breakfast at Taos Diner. Open for breakfast and lunch, the diner is known for its breakfast burritos, corned beef hash and green chile sauce. Breakfast entrées cost less than $10. Stop at the San Francisco de Asis church. Built in the Spanish colonial style, the church inspired artists like Georgia O’Keefe. Go for a stroll through Taos Plaza. Located in the heart of town, the plaza hosts live music May through October. Visit the surrounding shops, galleries and cafés.
Grab lunch and some beers at Taos Mesa Brewing. The brewery features indoor and outdoor music spaces in addition to its taproom. Choose from small plates, sandwiches, salads and pizza. Spend about $20. Visit Taos Art Museum. The museum’s prime function is to display artwork from Taos artists and nurture the local artistic community. Closed Monday. Adult admission costs $10.
Have dinner at The Love Apple. Housed in a building that served as a chapel in the 1800s, the restaurant focuses on seasonal menus with unique dishes. Entrées start at $16. Keep in mind, the restaurant is cash only.
There are plenty of annual events and festivals. Check out the calendar before your visit.
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