Santa Fe serves as both New Mexico’s political and creative capital: Wander its wide streets flanked by adobe houses, and you’ll begin to see why artists like Georgia O’Keeffe were so inspired by this eclectic and historic town. Traveler readers also can’t stay away – Santa Fe is a regular on our best-of-the-U.S. list.) The city’s 14 art institutions, 250-plus galleries (notably SITE Santa Fe, in the Railyard, an emerging contemporary-arts hub), and its Spanish colonial churches keep culture fiends busy at an appropriately desert pace; let’s call it “tumbleweeding.” To fortify after a day of museum hopping, Traveler features director Alex Postman recommends “505 Manhattans at Radish & Rye, whose 75 bourbons and whiskeys are an antidote to tequila overload, and a table at Eloisa, where John Rivera Sedlar (his grandaunt was O’Keeffe’s chef) serves a duck enfrijolada to erase the memory of nineties ‘Southwestern.'”
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