The Stakeout

From the highway one can see an enigmatic rabbit sign along Stakeout Drive. If you “follow” the white rabbit it leads you to a pristine white building sitting atop Outlaw Hill known as the Stakeout. From their two-tiered wooden deck one can see for miles and miles, and lose themselves in the panoramic splendor, hence the name. Primarily known as a place to cement one’s everlasting love for their significant other, they also have a running series called the Sunset Supper Club, an immersive shared dining experience as the sun goes down in Ranchos De Taos. It’s an opportunity to showcase the talents of their chef-in-residence. 

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