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Hey everyone!

 

I will visiting Santa Fe during the U.S. Thanksgiving weekend. I know that it's the holiday weekend, so alot may be closed.

 

I need to plan in advance, so I have two questions...

 

(1) Does anyone know of any raw vegan or vegan friendly restaurants there?

(2) Any suggestions of places to stay (reasonable rates) or take me in (LOL)?

 

Thanks in advance!

 

~Honey

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Heya Honey!

 

Santa Fe is a really neat town - despite all the tourists. There's lots of natural foods options but it isn't as vegan friendly as one might think...

 

Here's some links you may find helpful: http://www.happycow.net/north_america/usa/new_mexico/santa_fe/index.html

http://www.vsnm.org/Pages/dining.html

 

As for housing, check out:

http://www.santafe.org/Visiting_Santa_Fe/Accommodations/index.html

 

If I was traveling on my own, I'd strongly consider staying here:

http://www.users.qwest.net/~epreston1/index.html

Santa Fe International Hostel, 1416 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87505 (505) 988-1153 - from $15 a night for a dorm bunk or $25 a night for a shared room.

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If I was traveling on my own, I'd strongly consider staying here:

http://www.users.qwest.net/~epreston1/index.html

Santa Fe International Hostel, 1416 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87505 (505) 988-1153 - from $15 a night for a dorm bunk or $25 a night for a shared room.

 

I stayed there in 1994! It wasn't bad, the bunk rooms were a little crowded, but I only needed a place to sleep anyway. Like most hostels in the U.S., you will likely find it filled with traveling Europeans, which just adds to the charm. It is also nice having a kitchen to use.

 

There are also several Wild Oats groceries in Santa Fe, tons of fresh organic produce and vegan goodies.

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Hey everyone!

 

I will visiting Santa Fe during the U.S. Thanksgiving weekend. I know that it's the holiday weekend, so alot may be closed.

 

I need to plan in advance, so I have two questions...

 

(1) Does anyone know of any raw vegan or vegan friendly restaurants there?

(2) Any suggestions of places to stay (reasonable rates) or take me in (LOL)?

 

Thanks in advance!

 

~Honey

I used to live nearby. Let's see what I can remember....

 

The two main roads are Cerrillos and St. Francis which intersect each other. Along Cerrilos you get most of the main food and shopping stuff. There's a Whole Foods on Cerrillos a few hundred yards from where the two intersect. There's a mostly vegan restaurant that's kind of haughty on a road off St. Francis. Indian Arvudic style (Can't spell) I don't recommend it. But the whole foods grocery store is good.

 

There's two borders stores there. The one that isn't on Cerrillos but is at San Busco has a place called the Zia diner that has some vegan stuff.

 

There's a youth hostel on Cerrilos. It's across the street from an Indian school.

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