These are the West’s culinary roots––the classic restaurants that weave together culture, atmosphere, and the best ingredients
Photo by uberculture (on Flickr Creative Commons); written by Jan Newberry
Run by the same family for three generations, the Shed occupies a sprawling, brightly painted hacienda built in 1692. The menu hinges on the famed Hatch chiles, milled on-site before being put to good use in dishes like blue-corn burritos filled with beans and cheese and drenched with spicy red chile sauce.
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