This is a very fun place to browse away an hour or so. There are scads of vintage cowboy boots; colorful cowboy/girl duds; pawn Native American jewlery galore; folk art; pottery; paintings; racks and racks of second-hand adult and childrens clothes; and wonderful surprises, especially on the second floor. Here's a visual walk through.
And this handsome fellow will greet you at the door.
Most definitely Santa Fe, but when you step inside the always-packed French Bakery & Restaurant - Clafoutis - all things Southwest stop and all delicious things French begin. This marvelous breakfast and lunch spot opened three-and-a-half years ago and it has been bustling ever since. If you have to wait for a table, it's worth it, you'll have plenty of time to browse the pastries...
And Clafoutis is most definitely a family enterprise.
Anne-Laurie Ligier takes care of the front of the house; husband Philippe is
the wizzard behind all the lovely pastries & daughter Charlotte will take your order and flash you that charming Ligier smile.