The show’s over but your group isn’t ready to call it a night. You’d like to find someplace in Downtown Santa Fe, preferably close to the historic plaza, to have a bite or sip a cocktail to cap off your evening. What’s still open? You’re in luck! The Kitchen + Bar at the Drury Plaza Hotel is open until midnight Monday through Saturday and until 11 p.m. on Sunday.
Kitchen + Bar Menu
What’s on the menu at the Kitchen + Bar? Lots of tempting appetizers including wings, chips and dips, and loaded tater tots. Looking for something heartier? You can pick a pizza from the menu or build your own with toppings like fire-roasted green chile, pickled onion, green chile brisket, or classic favorites like pepperoni, Italian sausage, tomato, and a selection of cheeses.
Those wanting a lighter late-night meal can choose a salad, with a classic Caesar, turkey bacon ranch, or Southwest salad. Satisfy a bigger appetite with a burger, melt, or sandwich. Try a green chile queso burger with six ounces of American Waygu beef, roasted green chile, and queso.
Other options include Frito pie, a Santa Fe favorite, quesadillas, and street tacos. End your meal with a warm berry galette, molten chocolate lava cake, or a classic root beer float.
Kitchen + Bar Drink Menu
What’s on tap at the Kitchen + Bar? You can find a wide selection of beers or tap or in the bottle, including beers from local breweries. Choose a fine wine to sip or order from the extensive menu of cocktails, tequila, vodka, gin, rum, scotch, and whisky.
About the Drury Plaza Hotel Santa Fe
The Drury Plaza Hotel Santa Fe is LEED-certified and offers unique rooms that feature private terraces and premium suites. It’s a short walk from the hotel to the Santa Fe Plaza and all it has to offer, like the historic Lensic Theatre, art galleries, museums, and distinctive shops. Heading for Meow Wolf? It’s a short drive away!
The building was extensively renovated by Drury Hotels after purchasing it in 2007. Originally designed for the Sisters of Charity by famed architect John Gaw Meem to serve as St. Vincent’s Hospital, it was later an office building and used for movie sets. When Drury Hotels purchased the building, they had an archaeological review of the site before starting any construction.
The Drury Plaza Hotel is perfectly situated in Downtown Santa Fe adjacent to St. Francis Cathedral, a historic church built by Archbishop Jean Baptiste Lamy in the late 1880s, and just a short walk from the plaza.
The Santa Fe Plaza
In traditional Mexican villages, the plaza was the gathering place around which businesses and homes were built. Today, the Santa Fe Plaza is at the heart of the historic part of the city. Not only are shops, restaurants, hotels, and museums located here, but the Santa Fe Plaza hosts numerous events throughout the year, including concerts, the Santa Fe Indian Market, and city’s Christmas tree, and so much more. No trip to Santa Fe is complete without exploring this area.
Kitchen + Bar Hours
Monday through Saturday 5 p.m. until midnight
Sundays from 5 to 11 p.m.