Breakfast at The Five Graces
Begin the day’s adventures with an energizing complimentary breakfast, made to order and served in the privacy of your suite, the dining room, or in the tree shaded, stone floored courtyard. Savor authentic New Mexican creations, featuring traditional red or green chili. Homemade granola, fresh fruit, artisan breads, and locally roasted coffee compliment the main dishes. In winter the dining room glows with the warmth of a kiva fireplace, and in summer large french doors open to the sound of a flowing fountain and birds singing in the courtyard.
315 Restaurant & Wine Bar
Adjacent to The Five Graces is the 315 Restaurant & Wine Bar, offering guests the choice to dine-in at the restaurant or enjoy the meal in the comfort of their own room. 315 has been home to Chef Louis Moskow since 1995. 315 is an elegant, intimate restaurant serving classically prepared French cuisine complemented by Moskow’s seasonally-driven global wine list. Moskow’s cuisine, classically prepared with time-honored techniques, is given a contemporary twist as a result of his commitment to using only the freshest meats, produce, dairy products, herbs and spices. His interpretations are evident in such updated classics as squash-blossom beignets and beautifully prepared soft shell crabs. Fresh local lamb also makes a regular appearance on this impressive menu. Each and every day, Moskow offers inventive dishes, determined solely by the best the market has to offer. Room service from the restaurant is available to hotel guests during restaurant hours.
Additionally a light meal menu is available 24 hours a day to be served in the Five Graces dining room, your suite, or one of our patios.
The Santa Fe Dining Experience
The Five Graces is steps away from some of the best restaurants Santa Fe has to offer, with over 100 restaurants within a few blocks of downtown, including several with James Beard and Robert Mondavi Culinary Award winning chefs. Some of whom have incorporated this city’s rich and varied culture into a distinct culinary experience. The unique style of Southwestern cooking, that has its origins in Hispanic-New Mexican and Pueblo Indian Cuisine, has become the culinary signature of many of Santa Fe’s restaurants. A concierge specialist is available 24-hours a day to assist you with all your reservations or culinary suggestions.