About Santa Fe

315 Restaurant and Wine Bar

315 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501


315 Restaurant & Wine Bar has been home to Chef Louis Moskow since 1995. First as partner, and four years later as Executive Chef and Owner, Moskow was determined to offer native Santa Feans and savvy visitors a truly French experience in a city overflowing with Southwestern cuisine.

315 is an elegant, intimate restaurant serving classically prepared French cuisine complemented by Moskow's seasonally-driven global wine list. Weather your looking for a casual evening with bar snacks or a full on tasting menu with wine pairings for each course or anything in between.

We are very excited to still be getting some of our produce from the farmers market. We're going back to our roots and the very foundation of what put 315 on the map. Classic French cuisine in a relaxed setting with beautiful French wines by the glass carefully chosen by Chef Louis Moskow.

Moskow's cuisine, classically prepared with time-honored techniques, is given a contemporary twist as a result of his commitment to using only the freshest meats, produce, dairy products, herbs and spices. His interpretations are evident in such updated classics as squash-blossom beignets and beautifully prepared soft shell crabs. Fresh local lamb also makes a regular appearance on his impressive menu.

You won't find a seasonal, monthly or weekly menu here (although a few customer favorites, including seared duck breast with potato galette, ribbon vegetables and dried cherry sauce; french onion soup; and country paté are available year-round). Each and every day, Moskow offers inventive dishes, determined solely by the best the market has to offer. These daily specials might include steamed grouper with baby bok choy, citrus herb salad and wild rice blend; house cured salmon with potato pancake, and cucumber, horseradish and beet salad; lobster ravioli with English peas, asparagus and sauce American; and soft shell crabs (in season). Fabulous homemade desserts, including lemon crepes, flourless chocolate cake, creme brulee, chocolate pot de creme, poached pears, and profiteroles are worth a visit in and of themselves.