5280 | Denver’s Mile High Magazine

Why Santa Fe Should Be Your Winter Road-Trip Destination

by Shauna Farnell

photo: Tourism Santa Fe
If you’re looking to splurge, expect one of the most memorable dining experiences of your life at Sazón. Surrounded by vibrant colors and the various somber …’”

Matador Network | SNOW

Looking for one last big ski weekend? Look no further than Santa Fe

by Matthew Meltzer

photo: Tourism Santa Fe
The city’s most impressive dining experience is at Sazon, Santa Fe’s lone AAA Four Diamond restaurant. Here, chef Fernando Olea presides over his kitchen …”

Edible | Back of the House

More than a Meal | Sazon is a true fine dining experience

by Candolin Cook

edible magazine - Chef Fernando Olea - Sazon Restaurant photo: Stephanie Cameron
“I wasn’t really in the mood for soup on a hot August evening at Sazón, but my server Diego Martinez kept pushing the Chef’s signature dish, Sopa de Amor. ‘It is so…”

FORBES | #livelong

Three Days of Wellness: Santa Fe

by Raquel Baldelomar

  photo: Alan Becker
“After connecting with your spirituality, head to Sazón for a contemporary take on traditional Mexican dishes. Chef Fernando Olea, originally from Mexico City, is challenging the preconceived …”

PASATIEMPO | Restaurant Review

Restaurant Review: Sazón

by Molly Boyles

 photo courtesy of Pasatiempo
“On a chilly fall evening, it is possible to slip into the warm vestibule of Sazón and become somewhat disoriented. The new restaurant’s renovated quarters have a hallowed, cloistered feel, accented …”

THE SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN

With Sazón, Chef Fernando Olea returns to his first love, the flavors of Mexico

by Tantri Wija

chef fernando olea, sazon restaurantphoto: Clyde Mueller
“On a chilly fall evening, it is possible to slip into the warm vestibule of Sazón and become somewhat disoriented. The new restaurant’s renovated quarters have a …”

DALLAS NEWS | Life

When it comes to margaritas,
Santa Fe really gets it

by Helen Anders

sazon restaurant santa fe margarita  photo: Helen Anders
“When it comes to margaritas, Santa Fe gets it. For the most part, bartenders here understand that simple sugar should go nowhere near a margarita, and that if a marg looks very, very, very green, it’s inevitably very…”

New York Daily News | Lifestyle

Tasting the difference between New Mexican red and green chile in Santa Fe

by Jeanette Settembre

ny york daily news article chiles photo: Jann Huzienga/Getty Images/iStockPhoto
“Red or green?
I wasn’t sure which chile pepper to pick when a waiter asked what sauce I wanted with my heaping, hot plate of enchiladas in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I had to ask what the difference was — a dead giveaway…”

TRAVEL + LEISURE | Culture + Design

In Santa Fe,
the Past meets the Future

by Amanda Fortini

low rider, santa fe new mexico photo: Brian Finke
“The city’s carefully constructed image as a mecca of Southwestern-themed art, turquoise jewelry, and folksy spiritualism has lately begun to evolve, thanks to a group of oddball artists and entrepreneurs who insist on seeing their hometown…”

USA TODAY | Eats

Where to Celebrate National Taco Day

   

sazon santa fe restaurant 
“America loves its tacos. We celebrate them on Cinco de Mayo, Mexican Independence Day, Tuesdays and once a year on National Taco Day. Find the fiesta at some of the most famous Mexican restaurants north of the border…”

FINE LIFESTYLES 

 Sazón:  Dining par Excellence

by Staff

sazon restaurant, frida and wine bottles photo: Caitlin Elizabeth & Joslyn Baker
Sazón has only been in Santa Fe for two years, but in that short time has achieved more in terms of food, service and ambiance than many establishments achieve in decades. Chef Fernando Olea, his business partners Lawrence…”

ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

At dramatic Sazón, mole takes center stage

by T.M. Collins

chef fernando olea, sazon restaurant, santa fe photo: Adolphe Pierre-Louis
“No, not the French Impressionist painter. Not that Cézanne. Sazón, the snappy restaurante nuevo cocinar del Mexicano on Shelby Street, with a name that when translated from the Spanish has any number of meanings…”

DEPARTURES | Restaurants

A Tour of Santa Fe’s Food Scene

by Jason Sheeler

sazon restaurant santa fe, chupaline tacos photo: Marcus Nilsson
“First, the crunch of a chapuline (dried grasshopper). Then the kick of chile de árbol and a cool salve of fresh guacamole followed by the warmth of a just-made corn tortilla. That’s only the first bite of chef Fernando Olea’s chapuline…”

TREND MAGAZINE | Fall 2016

 Memories of Home

by Nancy Zimmerman

trend magazine cover  
“In Marcel Proust’s famous novel Remembrance of Things Past, the author expounded on the concept of involuntary memory and how a simple aroma or flavor can trigger a cascase of recollections and long buried…”

VIDEO: KOB News 4

Santas Fe restaurants receive top

rating from AAA

VIDEO: Trend Magazine 2016

Trend Magazine Chef Introductions

5280 | Denver’s Mile High Magazine

Why Santa Fe Should Be Your Winter Road-Trip Destination 

by Shauna Farnell

photo: Tourism Snata Fe
If you’re looking to splurge, expect one of the most memorable dining experiences of your life at Sazón. Surrounded by vibrant colors and the various somber…”

Matador Network | SNOW

Looking for one last big ski weekend? Look no futher than Santa Fe

by Matthew Meltzer

photo: Tourism Santa Fe
The city’s most impressive dining experience is at Sazon, Santa Fe’s lone AAA Four Diamond restaurant. Here, chef Fernando Olea presides over his kitchen in jeans… 

Edible | Back of the House

More than a Meal | Sazon is a true fine dining experience

by Candolin Cook

edible magazine - Chef Fernando Olea - Sazon Restaurant photo: Stephanie Cameron
“I wasn’t really in the mood for soup on a hot August evening at Sazón, but my server Diego Martinez kept pushing the Chef’s signature dish, Sopa de Amor. ‘It is so special, not like anything you’ve ever …’”

FORBES | #livelong

Three Days of Wellness: Santa Fe

by Raquel Baldelomar

  photo: Alan Becker
“After connecting with your spirituality, head to Sazón for a contemporary take on traditional Mexican dishes. Chef Fernando Olea, originally from Mexico City, is challenging the preconceived …”

PASATIEMPO | Restaurant Review

Restaurant Review: Sazón

by Molly Boyles

 photo courtesy of Pasatiempo
“On a chilly fall evening, it is possible to slip into the warm vestibule of Sazón and become somewhat disoriented. The new restaurant’s renovated quarters have a hallowed, cloistered feel, accented …”

THE SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN

With Sazón, Chef Fernando Olea returns to his first love, the flavors of Mexico

by Tantri Wija

chef fernando olea, sazon restaurantphoto: Clyde Mueller
“On a chilly fall evening, it is possible to slip into the warm vestibule of Sazón and become somewhat disoriented. The new restaurant’s renovated quarters have a hallowed, cloistered feel, accented by bright contemporary paintings by …”

DALLAS NEWS | Life

When it comes to margaritas,
Santa Fe really gets it

by Helen Anders

sazon restaurant santa fe margarita  photo: Helen Anders
“When it comes to margaritas, Santa Fe gets it. For the most part, bartenders here understand that simple sugar should go nowhere near a margarita, and that if a marg looks very, very, very green, it’s inevitably very…”

New York Daily News | Lifestyle

Tasting the difference between New Mexican red and green chile in Santa Fe

by Jeanette Settembre

ny york daily news article chiles photo: Jann Huzienga/Getty Images/iStockPhoto
“Red or green?
I wasn’t sure which chile pepper to pick when a waiter asked what sauce I wanted with my heaping, hot plate of enchiladas in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I had to ask what the difference was — a dead giveaway…”

TRAVEL + LEISURE | Culture + Design

In Santa Fe,
the Past meets the Future

by Amanda Fortini

low rider, santa fe new mexico photo: Brian Finke
“The city’s carefully constructed image as a mecca of Southwestern-themed art, turquoise jewelry, and folksy spiritualism has lately begun to evolve, thanks to a group of oddball artists and entrepreneurs who insist on seeing their hometown…”

USA TODAY | Eats

Where to Celebrate National Taco Day

   

sazon santa fe restaurant 
“America loves its tacos. We celebrate them on Cinco de Mayo, Mexican Independence Day, Tuesdays and once a year on National Taco Day. Find the fiesta at some of the most famous Mexican restaurants north of the border…”

FINE LIFESTYLES 

 Sazón:  Dining par Excellence

by Staff

sazon restaurant, frida and wine bottles photo: Caitlin Elizabeth & Joslyn Baker
Sazón has only been in Santa Fe for two years, but in that short time has achieved more in terms of food, service and ambiance than many establishments achieve in decades. Chef Fernando Olea, his business partners Lawrence…”

ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

At dramatic Sazón, mole takes center stage

by T.M. Collins

chef fernando olea, sazon restaurant, santa fe photo: Adolphe Pierre-Louis
“No, not the French Impressionist painter. Not that Cézanne. Sazón, the snappy restaurante nuevo cocinar del Mexicano on Shelby Street, with a name that when translated from the Spanish has any number of meanings…”

DEPARTURES | Restaurants

A Tour of Santa Fe’s Food Scene

by Jason Sheeler

sazon restaurant santa fe, chupaline tacos photo: Marcus Nilsson
“First, the crunch of a chapuline (dried grasshopper). Then the kick of chile de árbol and a cool salve of fresh guacamole followed by the warmth of a just-made corn tortilla. That’s only the first bite of chef Fernando Olea’s chapuline…”

TREND MAGAZINE | Fall 2016

 Memories of Home

by Nancy Zimmerman

trend magazine cover  
“In Marcel Proust’s famous novel Remembrance of Things Past, the author expounded on the concept of involuntary memory and how a simple aroma or flavor can trigger a cascase of recollections and long buried…”

VIDEO: KOB News 4

Santa Fe restaurants receive top rating from AAA

 

VIDEO: Trend Magazine 2016

Trend Magazine Chef Introductions

Sazón | 505-983-8604
221 Shelby Street
Santa Fe NM 87501

Sazón is within two blocks from the Santa Fe Plaza, and is walking distance from most downtown hotels.

Monday - Saturday,
Closed Sunday

Bar Service – 4 pm until close
Dinner Service – 5:00 pm until close

*All reservation times are approximate.
*Children 10 years of age or older

SAZON

SAZÓN
221 Shelby Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-8604

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SAZÓN
221 Shelby Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-8604

Like being first? Then get the latest Sazón news, before everybody else.