Luminaria Restaurant & Patio

Restaurant & Patio

2019 OpenTable Diners' Choice Award Winner

Inventive Southwestern fare served amid the rustic-sleek decor of our romantic Santa Fe restaurant. Luminaria Restaurant and Patio is recognized by locals and visitors alike for its tranquil, inviting setting and inventive, globally inspired menu.

Hours: 7a.m.-11a.m., 11:30a.m.-2p.m., 5p.m.-9p.m.

We invite you to discover the flavors of dining in Santa Fe.
For reservations, please call 505-984-7915, or make a reservation online:

Special Menus

Enjoy special menus at Luminaria Restaurant during the Holidays. For reservations, please call 505-984-7915.

Christmas - Dec 24 and 25, 5pm - 9pm
New Year's Eve - Dec 31, 5pm - 9pm

Menus

Luminaria Restaurant and Patio is recognized by locals and visitors alike for its tranquil, inviting setting and inventive, globally inspired menu. We invite you to discover the flavors of dining in Santa Fe. Don't forget to try our Strawberry-Jalapeño Margarita, part of the Santa Fe Margarita Trail.


Philosophy

At the crossroads of modern sophistication and authentic Southwestern charm stands Luminaria Restaurant and Patio, an award-winning restaurant influenced by the past. The restaurant is a microcosm of Santa Fe itself, always managing to impart casual sophistication and simple elegance, with near perfection and timeless authenticity. Enjoy progressive Santa Fe cuisine at its finest with local ingredients supplied by the farmers’ markets and the finest regional meats and game in a tranquil setting.At the crossroads of modern sophistication and authentic Southwestern charm stands Luminaria Restaurant and Patio, an award-winning restaurant influenced by the past. The restaurant is a microcosm of Santa Fe itself, always managing to impart casual sophistication and simple elegance, with near perfection and timeless authenticity. Enjoy progressive Santa Fe cuisine at its finest with local ingredients supplied by the farmers’ markets and the finest regional meats and game in a tranquil setting.—read more

Design

Luminaria's decor is inspired by ancestral Pueblo people. The Anasazi's use of mineral-based paint influenced the charcoal grey walls and the white washed pine floors, vigas and latillas throughout the restaurant. Tables built from reclaimed Ayacahuite barn wood and gray resin wicker chairs appointed with plush cushions provide ample seating for guests. A flickering Kiva fireplace, copper top adobe bar, and colorful paintings by artist Mateo Romero provide further rustic elegance.

Patio

Enjoying Luminaria's outdoor dining in Santa Fe is a special experience not to be missed during the warmer months. Its rustic wood patio adjacent to the famed Loretto Chapel is the perfect setting during any meal. At twilight, the atmosphere of our romantic restaurant in Santa Fe is transformed. Dine al fresco unders the stars on a veranda draped with flowering vines and luxurious flowing fabrics, lit by hanging lanterns.

Introducing: Chef Jason R. Stewart

Growing up in the Midwest, Jason was always seeking out different cuisine and experiences. After working every position at several restaurants, he decided to make a career out of his passion. After attaining a degree from the acclaimed Chicago culinary school, Kendall College, Jason started his first position as an intern at a hotel in Beaver Creek, Colorado. Upon returning to Chicago, he looked at other aspects of the food industry and took a position as a fish monger, but ultimately his...Growing up in the Midwest, Jason was always seeking out different cuisine and experiences. After working every position at several restaurants, he decided to make a career out of his passion. After attaining a degree from the acclaimed Chicago culinary school, Kendall College, Jason started his first position as an intern at a hotel in Beaver Creek, Colorado. Upon returning to Chicago, he looked at other aspects of the food industry and took a position as a fish monger, but ultimately his desire to cook and provide people joy though food drove him back to the kitchen.

Jason then went back to the mountains of Colorado where he worked for five years at Park Hyatt Beaver Creek. Jason worked his way up from line cook to restaurant chef at 8100 Mountainside Bar and Grill.  Looking for another aspect of the hotel industry, he returned home to be Outlets Chef overseeing several operations at Hyatt Regency McCormick Place.

When the opportunity to return to the west and join the iconic Inn and Spa at Loretto arouse, Jason leapt at the opportunity. He is excited to continue to showcase his thoughtful cuisine as well as contribute to the vibrant Santa Fe culture.
When not in the kitchen, Jason enjoys snowboarding, mountain biking, and spending time with his partner and dog out on the trails.
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