The Grill is currently closed (December 2013) and is supposedly to re-=open under a new name, new owner, and new management.
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I actually just heard that Atomic has been sold and will re-open soon under another name. Let's home it doesn't lose it's charm. We were here at midnight upon arriving on town and finding out that mos of the sidewalks roll up early. This was...More
We always went here just to grab a quick bite between activities in Santa Fe. Last time we visited Santa Fe in September, it was gone. Too bad because the fish tacos were to die for! It was nice to have something so light after...More
This is an awesome spot to stop and have some cheese fries, or a fish taco. It's right in the middle of downtown. Now sometimes the service is slow, but there are few places that offer better people watching. As all kinds of interesting characters...More
After Opera wanted a bite. Ended up at Atomic Grill. Grabbed some menus from the server and found a comfortable spot on the patio. That's where the service stopped. Totally ignored by server who gave us our menus, although, he did find time to wait...More
In Santa Fe now and went into atomic grill. Been in there for 20 minutes and no waiter, no drinks, nothing. Got up and walked up!! I would not waste your time.
We ate a late evening sandwich diner at the Atomic Grill. They have lost their liquor license. I felt sorry for the waitress as most people just walked out when they heard the news.
We were there on Sunday night. There were two other groups there who seemed happy. We sat outside. One server left the premises. The other server saw us sit down, went to one of the other tables. We heard a blender and realized we were...More
We've eaten here at least twice. It's reliable, good place for lunch. We ate outside-very pleasant. Wait staff was efficient. We had salads which were fresh.
This is our second visit to Santa Fe, and our second time to the Atomic Grill. Evidently liquor licenses are quite expensive in Santa Fe and theirs had (temporarily?) lapsed, but we were informed of this when we sat down (and had already noted the...More