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Located on the boardwalk at the historic Laguna Vista Resort in Eagle Nest, Madam's Restaurant is proud to offer an extensive lunch and dinner menu boasting delicious food, local craft beer and excellent wines.
Take out or dine in our heated courtyard tent.
Thursday - Saturday 11am - 7pm | Sunday 11am - 5pm
51 East Therma Way, Eagle Nest
Thanksgiving week is traditionally a busy one for Twirl staff, as we’d normally be getting ready for our annual Twirl Aglow party. Our preparations begin with a trip to the woods to find the perfect Christmas trees for the courtyard. We start the day early, meeting at southside Lotaburger to pick up breakfast burritos in our trucks packed with families and dogs, flasks of hot chocolate and treats, axes and chainsaws. Then we head up State Road 518 to our secret tree-hunting spot! When we arrive, we take a moment to find our bearings, eat our burritos and watch the kids goof off, before dispersing into the forest, each of us hoping to return with the best tree. There’s always competitive hunting and the years when it snows are the most magical, even though it makes finding the perfect tree a bit harder.
This year hasn't been easy on the Taos Men's Shelter at 220 Albright Street. What used to be a safe space for homeless men to find a little respite is now facing uncertainty as COVID-19 cases rise in the Taos community. Though the times have been tough, staff manager Brian Price and the rest of the team have been as busy as ever helping the local indigent population.
A friend of mine has a unique idea – a drive-by Thanksgiving. She will cook her usual Thanksgiving meal, but this year, she plans to package up individual servings and pass them out at a designated time. Those friends who live nearby will drive past her house, where she and her husband will adopt safe practices like masks, gloves and hand sanitizer as they hand out a ready-to-eat feast.
I like the sound of that. But it is not practical for us, given our rural location.
Valentine’s Day is a celebration of love — in all its forms. Children give candy hearts and paper valentines to their friends at school. We treat each other with flowers, fancy dinners and missives of love. But nothing says “I love you” like a decadent, delectable dessert.
Super Bowl weekend gets a bit cozier and a lot merrier when the Taos Winter Wine Festival (TWWF) kicks off its annual event. Now in its 34th year, the Festival returns with its celebration of fine local foods paired with offerings from some of the most renowned national and international wineries.
Community members gathered Saturday (Dec. 21) on Taos Plaza for a memorial unlike any other of the year - to honor and memorialize the homeless men in the community who have died. Each year, Taos faith leaders and friends hold a ceremony to ensure they are not forgotten.