Thursday, January 19, 2012

Tequilas in Santa Fe? Si por favor..........

On my way back from an eye check yesterday I remembered seeing  the Santa Fe Tequila Lounge on Hay St (great website) and thought that  Kate and Randy who actually live in Santa Fe, plus a few other blog friends who are around the same area might like to check it out.. The young lady who was setting up the tables in 35C heat was lovely and agreed to be in the shot, unfortunately it was almost noon, the sun was high and glaring so it makes it a little hard to see her clearly. I noticed afterwards on the board below it describes Wednesday as 'wild,' wish I'd asked exactly how wild..! So if you click on the website and check out the menu, what do you fancy? Me, I fancy a pescado fajita (try saying that fast after a few drinks haha!). There's no way it can be Thursday already, that's insane.....!! Hope it's a good one for you.....

35 comments:

  1. Oh, my kind of place and food! And it does sound particularly good as I sit here at my desk watching the snow fall!! Love your captures! Hope you have a great day, Grace!

    Sylvia

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  2. Santa Tequila, oh my god ;)

    Saludos de Isis

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  3. That is a happy color, Grace. I tend to stay on the mild end of the spectrum in Mexican restaurants.

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  4. Grace you keep on making me wish for warmer weather! ;)

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  5. I'd like a Tequila bum bum, please....
    Ciao from Italy , dear Gaia!

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  6. It's still wednesday here Grace so I'll go for the wild!

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  7. Don't do it. Avoid tequila. I avoid it, now. I learnt.

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  8. sure seems a fun place to meet up!!

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  9. Now that sounds like a fun place! If I were there you and I would be stopping in for a Margarita!

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  10. The Kokopelli figures is appropriate, a mythical figure among Southwestern American native peoples. Tequila comes only from Mexico; we don't produce any. Still, I'd happily stop in for a drink.

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  11. My wild ways are well truely behind me its not worth the agony anymore :-).

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  12. Great captures, Grace. It really does look like a piece of New Mexico in Oz!
    Now when I was in perth last time I went to the Hula Bula Bar - that's a hoot!

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  13. I'd like to visit this place!!

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  14. Great post, the colors and light, the drinks names Corona Extra, El Jimador, Herradura, looks very authentic (Mexican) and inviting, of course on Wednesday Happy Hour! Cheers!

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  15. I like those places where you can have the feeling to travel without to have to take a plane! :)

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  16. I am a little surprised to see Mexican food in Perth. It is common in Tulsa because we have a significant Hispanic population. The best comes from little Mom and Pop places where the owners kids wait tables. There is a one near where we live and it is a good one.

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  17. There's even a Kokopelli!!! I can't access the website for some odd reason but it does look like a place I would looove!

    Thank goodness it's Thursday, that means tomorrow is Friday. I'm already crawling despite not having had a wild Wednesday!

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  18. This looks a wonderful spot to stop. Make my Tequila double.

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  19. Must check that one out, never seen it before!

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  20. love tequila!

    these are really delicious shots!

    happy thursday, or friday!

    xo

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  21. My kind of place! It looks pretty cool and I love everything related to Mexico. :-)

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  22. Such fun - a drink for every day?!

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  23. i love the bold colors in this resto, very mexicano indeed. ^0^
    can;t believe it's almost close to weekend already, can't wait for sunday. ^0^

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  24. It certainly has that Santa Fe look about it! What fun!

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  25. My preference? I would like to fly to Perth, meet you at the delightful cafe you featured so splendidly today and buy you not one but several margaritas!

    Thanks for the "shout-out" today, too.

    Never been to Australia or New Zealand and yearn to go!!

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  26. Did you ask why they called it Santa Fe vs I dont know I cant think of another Southwestern town name right now and maybe they couldnt either ..

    Dont you dislike, really get bugged, when your photo gets washed out from too much sun? I snapped a wonderful shot of a crowd queueing up outside Nathan's Hot Dog in Coney Island . a fabulous shot that totally sucked because the sun was too bright.. GAH

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  27. J'aime le dépaysement. Peu m'importe le menu.
    J'y ferais bien une petite halte!

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  28. I desperately need that light, I need the sun, that temperature... here it is too cold right now..
    uff !
    ciao ciao, (nice photos, by the way :-))

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  29. Somehow I think I would like this place! :)

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  30. I low your bright and sunny images!
    We got SNOW today!

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  31. It is every time so weird seeing you living in such heat. We are living in opposite worlds, but I can feel the heat through the blog a little and warm myself.

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  32. Colourful and bright photos! Arianna

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  33. Oh that building exterior is awesome! Bet you'd have a whole lot of fun there :D

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