Welcome to Julia: Santa Fe’s best new restaurant and an homage to one of its oldest tales. Enjoy a flurry of Southwestern flavors with an enticing, exciting, and unexpected collection of courses. Julia is defined by its focus on locally sourced ingredients and polished takes on signature dishes.
The restaurant’s namesake and muse is Julia Staab, an elegant Santa Fe socialite and matriarch of the prominent Staab family. In 1882, Mrs. Staab and her family, including her husband Abraham Staab, built a three-story brick mansion – in the French Second Empire-style – just two blocks east of the Santa Fe Plaza. The couple and their children entertained Santa Fe’s well-heeled social circles in the grand residence, enjoying a life of opulence and local prestige. The grand residence was decorated with ornate European materials, creating an environment so enticing that the ghost of Mrs. Staab is said to have taken up permanent residence. The dining room at the new Santa Fe restaurant retains touches of the 19th century flair for which the original Staab mansion was renowned. Menus pay tribute to the restaurant’s original resident with refined flavors and perfectly plated presentations, channeling Mrs. Staab’s inspired sense of occasion and style.
The Julia Culinary Team was recently featured at the James Beard House in New York.
Open Daily for Breakfast, Dinner and Cocktails
In the spirit of the restaurant’s namesake, Julia’s menu is refined and adventurous. The woman who inspired these courses traveled the Santa Fe Trail and started a family in the harsh environs of the American Southwest. In her honor, we have crafted a collection of entrées, tapas, starters and sides that put a twist on tradition. Open daily for breakfast, dinner and cocktails, Julia’s menu features a wide variety of traditional entrées with a twist and new recipes that you’ll love.
Breakfast is available daily at Julia from 7:30 AM – 11:00 AM.
Dinner is available Wednesday – Saturday at Julia from 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM.
Over the past two decades, Executive Chef Tom Kerpon has sharpened his epicurean skills at some of the most prestigious resorts, hotels and restaurants in Santa Fe and across the country including Bishops Lodge Resort, Inn of the Anasazi, La Chama and Hotel Crescent Court in Dallas, Texas. An active participant in the Santa Fe culinary scene, Kerpon serves on several boards including the Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta, of which he is a past President. He received his B.A. from the University of Texas and is a Certified Sommelier.
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