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My wife and I enjoyed a memorable dinner at Geronimo last week. We booked an early table and were seated in the back room corner by the fireplace upon arrival. Our server Jay was terrific... very engaging and knowledgeable about the menu and wine list....More
One of the most expensive restaurants in Santa Fe, but well worth it. The sea bass was incredible, the service was great (hard to find in this town), and there is a nice atmosphere here. Treat yourself!
From start to finish, Geronimo's never disappoints. We usually sit in the courtyard (or sun room) but there are several areas that are good. The service is unobtrusive and second to none. I usually have the elk tenderloin which was exquisite as always. There is...More
The visit was last week. It's a cozy place in a 300 year old building. We ate along the corridor in the back room. Very pleased with the table location. I had the wasabi ceasar salad with very tasty rice flour croutons. Best ceasar I...More
It had been quite awhile since we ate at Gernoimo's, but decided to take advantage of restaurant week and eat there again. All was great. It is nice to be "forced" to have 3 courses if eating the restaurant week menu. All course done well.
Hadn't been to Geronimo for YEARS, but restaurant week offered an opportunity to dine at this pricey restaurant. The service was gracious; food generally exceptional. The crab cake appetizer was small but chock full of lump crab meat. Mushroom bisque soup was hearty and earthy....More
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The outdoor dining area is decorated as tastefully as possible for a tiny area where the tables are literally on a narrow deck next to the street (Canyon Road). If the only table you can get is outside, then I would still... More
The outdoor dining area is decorated as tastefully as possible for a tiny area where the tables are literally on a narrow deck next to the street (Canyon Road). If the only table you can get is outside, then I would still jump at it, but if you can sit inside that is where I would prefer to sit. Every table I have had inside is quiet enough... some are quieter than others, but I have never had a noise issue. Also, if you can't get a reservation, remember that you can sit in the bar if you beat the rush and get there between 5:00 and 5:30. The bar has its own menu, and it is a charming, wonderful little room with a great bartender. I sometimes go to the bar for dinner by myself and sit at a table or at the bar. It's very comfortable and people are chatty and nice.