Meet 315 Restaurant and Wine Bar
For more than 20 years, 315’s chef/owner Louis Moskow has been making memorable meals that showcase ingredients at the peak of their season along with wild-caught, sustainable seafood and local, organic meats — all prepared in an innovative fashion, even though they’re influenced by classical techniques.
Moskow is well-versed in classical cooking, having studied at the Culinary Institute of America then honing his skills at New Orleans’ legendary Commander’s Palace. He also spent time in Europe learning about the foods of Bavaria, Italy and France. Stints in New England and the Pacific Northwest rounded out his experience. His French-inspired menu at 315 showcases his classical training and his study of American regional cuisine, while the extensive wine list reflects Moskow’s global influences as well. He hand-picks each bottle, and is certified by the Court of Master Sommeliers. Recently, he added rare and world-class whiskey and other barrel-aged spirits to the menu.
Under Moskow’s helm, 315 has received multiple distinction, from the Wine Spectator,’s Award of Excellence to a spot on the USA Today 10 Best list along with reviews from Gourmet, Bon Appetit, and other publications. Locally, the Santa Fe Reporter chose 315 as Santa Fe’s Restaurant of the Year. Locals and visitors alike know 315 is a hot spot for romantic evenings, patio dining, and regular wine dinners with acclaimed vintners. The restaurant also hosts celebratory feasts for Spanish and Indian markets, Bastille Day, Labor Day, and more.