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Indulge your tastes at Café Abiquiu, with a daily menu inspired by cuisine from the Southwest and beyond. Refresh your palate with our nuevo Southwestern cuisine, or spice it up with northern New Mexican enchiladas, fajitas, and burritos. Complete your meal with great seasonal desserts. High-speed wireless Internet access at the café lets guests catch up on email and events while dining. We’ll also gladly cater for small groups, adding that perfect touch to any private gathering. Planning a day trip to explore the area? Let us pack you a tasty boxed lunch.
The Abiquiu Gift Store is well known for its displays of local artisanship, as well as art and crafts from around the world. Among our range of items are Pueblo and Tarahumara Indian pottery, New Mexican paintings, Native American jewelry and kachina dolls, decorative baskets, perfumes, candles and toiletries, wraps and shawls, work from local artists and because the area was home to Georgia O’Keeffe and a great source of artistic inspiration for her, we also offer a large collection of O’Keeffe memorabilia. Guests can send a note to loved ones back home using one of our postcards by area artists and photographers.
Original Oil Paintings by Andrew Dunlop, Galleria Arriba,
The Abiquiu Inn. Abiquiu through Irish Eyes Exhibition
October 2008 & Abiquiu & Beyond Exhibition July & August 2010.
Photographs courtesy of Kirt Kemper.
Kirt Kemper's breathtaking photographs are available for purchase
at The Abiquiu Inn
Kirt Kempter, a geologist and photographer, leads educational tours for Smithsonian Journeys and National Geographic Expeditions. For the past 9 years, Kirt has also conducted field geologic mapping for the U.S. Geological Survey in norther New Mexico. Photographs on display at The Abiquiu Inn represent a sampling from Kirt's many field expeditions in the Abiquiu area over the past few years.