Nice place, outdoor seating, basic fare, nothing off the charts, but a good family place. Kids menu,
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We were literally driving by and decided to try Station 316 on a whim. We chose to sit on the patio and the staff cautioned us that they could accommodate us inside if the winds were a problem…we ultimately had to move inside, and the...More
We had arrived in Taos on Valentine's evening. Went to another restaurant, but there was a long wait so as we drove down the road we saw Station 316. We decided to stop. Food excellent, service excellent and beer-COLD! We were in Taos 2 nights...More
While on a driving vacation thru the Southwest and an overnight stay in Taos, we discovered this restaurant as we cruised through town looking for a place for dinner. While not listed in any of the guides we had consulted, we were intrigued with the...More
Our waitress took forever to take our food order and was never around when we needed her. Two tables who came in after us got their food long before us and all we ordered were nachos and a club sandwich. The sangria was terrible. I...More
We went to Taos for Spring break, all I wanted was a NM margarita and I never found one. We came here on a recommendation from Facebook. They have wine margaritas. Food was okay, I got shrimp taco which is usually a no -no anytime...More
My family refers to this establishment as our kitchen table. It doesn't matter if you go with a pasta dish, a sandwich, a salad, appetizers, or the fish 'n' chips. Everything is delicious, and the service is great too.
I got the Frito Pie this time with shredded beef and green chili. This was our second time. Oh em gee. Seriously amazingly good. Their servers are always so kind when we go... I dig the unique atmosphere. Great place to have a couple beers...More
Seven of us had dinner together at this funky and fun spot. They are open in the evenings, contrary to what their website says. The food was all New Mexican to the core. Great chili caribe. Service was attentive and quick.