Tiny’s is a family owned and operated restaurant/lounge in Santa Fe for 65 years. Centrally located at the Southeast corner of Cerrillos Road & St. Francis Drive intersection. Near-by you see the Rail-Runner crossing the intersection numerous times daily from the entrance. Inside you can enjoy one of the Southwest’s great made from scratch kitchen offering, Native New Mexican Foods. Red Chile and Green Chile, indigenous to New Mexico and especially Santa Fe, compliments our Charbroiled Rib-Eye, Sirloin Steaks even ground beef as well as our homemade green chile rellenos, chicken enchiladas not to mention many other New Mexican Plates. A full bar offering gives one a feeling that can only be found when you know you’ve found a great place to eat, drink and dance. Tiny’s has the bar area where Santa Fe’s best entertainment is offered, showing photographs, by Coad Miller, of local musicians adorning the walls. The dining room and surrounding interior of the patio area offers some of Coad’s other accomplishments, landscapes in oil paintings, displaying his love for the Southwest’s beauty.
A beautiful patio can offer some solace from the busy bar/”old” dinning room antics while sipping a refreshing margarita, by the tranquil fountain of St. Francis that sits beside the shady cherry tree enveloping the patio, French doors open to the interior patio dinning area where perimeter seating boncos together with other seating offer a sizable seating area for nearly 90 guests. The out door patio seats almost 50 and the “old” dinning room/bar area seats another 90 for some spacious hospitality offerings at reasonable prices. There’s nothing small about Tiny’s! Come as you are bring the kids, we have a kids menu, they’ll love our cheese quesidillas or a Tiny burger with fries. Tiny’s offers quality food, affordable prices, attentive service together with a great bar and weekend entertainment. Tiny’s offers many great reasons to come eat, drink, dance, sing, and just get away from the maddening crowd. Our entertainment hosts some of Santa Fe’s better bands and even Karaoke on Saturday nights which leads you to the dance floor, all without a cover. So bring your hunger to be fed, your thirst to be quenched, your boots, paten-leather shoes, sneakers or loafers to dance.
Phone: (505) 983-1100