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About Tune-up Cafe, Santa Fe

Overview of Tune-up Cafe

Welcome to the page of Tune-up Cafe. This is a place of interest in the city of Santa Fe in United States. Tune-up Cafe is often skipped on the visit, owing to the plethora of other prime attractions of Santa Fe.

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Address: 1115 Hickox St, Santa Fe, NM 87505, USA

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Timings: 08:00 am - 10:00 pm Details

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Explore the architecture of Santa Fe with your local guide on this 3-hour walking tour with up to 8 people. Discover three different style of architecture, including Pueblo, Spanish Territorial, and Norther New Mexico. At the end of your tour, cool off with a refreshing prickly pear cactus ice tea or ‘Cota’ Indian tea with some homemade biscochitos while relaxing in a traditional inner courtyard.

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Getting around Tune-up Cafe, Santa Fe

Public Transport : Train

Best transit method is Train. The distance is 1.64 Kilometre, costing around USD 1. The duration of the trip is 5 minutes.

Public Transport : Bus

Suggested transit method is Bus from South Capitol. The distance between the points being 2.62 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 10 minutes. The expense of the trip is flexible amount.


The most preferred mode of transport is Taxi. The transit will take around 3 minutes, covering a distance of 2.21 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 7.


Walking is recommended. The distance is around 2.34 Kilometre and it will take around 28 minutes.


The most preferred mode of transport is Taxi. The transit will take around 3 minutes, covering a distance of 2.12 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 7.


Walking is recommended. The distance is around 2.1 Kilometre and it will take around 25 minutes.


It is recommended to take Taxi which will cost you roughly USD 11, taking around 5 minutes. The distance between the two points is 4.35 Kilometre.


Best transit method is Towncar. The distance is 4.35 Kilometre, costing around USD 7. The duration of the trip is 5 minutes.


On foot. The distance is 4.23 Kilometre and time to reach is approximately 51 minutes.

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  • Besides having amazing food at this restaurant they also had a cozy covered outdoor patio that just added to the atmosphere. The food was super fresh and the freshness added to the quality. I was impressed with every dish that came out. As an appetizer we ordered their special for the day, Squash quesadillas. Then I ordered a pork tamale wrapped in a banana leaf and the rice that came on the side was delicious jasmine rice. My husband got the lamb special of the day and was also impressed. The restaurant is also dog friendly, and sometimes when a place is dog friendly I feel that you have to compromise with the quality of food, but this place had it all. While we didn't bring our dog this trip, my husband and I noticed about 4 people who did bring their dogs along and they were more than welcomed to this restaurant. I highly recommend this place if you are in Santa Fe!

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  • VERY healthy and creative, and there is a big "community table" if you want to eat with strangers and make new friends. Outdoor dining is limited. The "back room" is a little quieter. Lots of seasonal fresh local veggies and local sourcing. One of my three favorite Santa Fe restaurants, this place is classic SF in that it is a former service station garage and makes no bones about it. The "kiddies" of town (the tattoo, piercings and pink/green dyed hair crowd) have adopted it because of the reasonable prices. How they get all that done in that TINY kitchen is a miracle.

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  • Our visit was on a Sunday morning in mid October. It was packed and it took a while to get a table. I don't know if it was because it was so busy or what, but our experience with the service left a LOT to be desired. We had THREE people wait on us. I honestly don't know which was our actual server. None introduced themselves and none made any of the small talk that's expected in normal human interaction. (Come to find out later that one of them was the actual owner of the restaurant.) The coffee was amazing and the food was fantastic! That's the big saving grace here. I had the chili relleno omelette and my girlfriend had the omelette with chorizo (I think it was called the Sonora omelette.) Both were delicious and suitable portion sizes. The potatoes on the sides were amazing, and their biscuits are to die for. The gravy seems like packages stuff though. The prices are reasonable, especially for Santa Fe. If ANY of the servers/the owner had asked how we were doing and introduced themselves, this would be a solid five star review. I'll give them another whirl to give them the chance to bolster their rating.

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  • Very interesting location for such a popular cafe. They have affordable breakfast choices, along with decent coffee. This place is a bit of a squeeze, meaning you'll be shouting over your neighbors table. But this a great spot to go to that is not too far from the rail yard. I think the chili could be spicier, but overall this place is great and feels local.

  • Nice staff, good service, good food. Local joint that's a little off the Beaten Track but well worth the effort. There is not a bad thing on the menu. Try the Cubano and the green chile stew. By the way the coconut cake is amazing! Patio is perfect for pets. Parking area a plus.

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