Las Cruces Dining is More Than Just Great Mexican Fare
Las Cruces, as expected, is a mecca of savory Mexican food. After all, it is in the middle of New Mexico. You want to know where to eat in Las Cruces, whether it’s for a couple of days or a long-term stay, and you don’t always want tacos and burritos either.
Here are four amazing restaurants to visit when dining in Las Cruces:
1. Katana Teppanyaki Grill
Not only is a sushi restaurant hard to find in the New Mexico desert, but it’s so good that you might become a regular. Enjoy either sushi or something cooked in front of you, “Hibachi Style,” ideal entertainment for groups as the chef puts on a good show.
Devour traditional Greek and Lebanese fare. The falafel is second-to-none, and an all-time favorite. Santorini is also a vegetarian favorite. Try one of the tasting platters, especially if dining with others, and sample a bit of everything.
3. Savoy De Mesilla
You’ll savor traditional American dishes as well as some more adventurous options, like: Goji Sea Scallops and Shrimp, alligator tail, and Kobe beef sliders. You’ll tantalize the tastebuds while savoring the scenery outside on the patio. Also, try the liquid nitrogen ice cream for two and you’ll be happy that you did. You’ll come to experience the very best in dining in Las Cruces.
4. Luna Rossa Winery & Pizzeria
Opened in 2011, and is one of the top rated restaurants in Las Cruces. The pizzeria brings the taste of Italy straight to your plate and boasts: pizzas, calzones, and pasta to panini, salads and antipasti that will happily linger long after the last bite. They import Grana, Parmigiano Reggiano, and Montasio cheese from Italy, and their wines are produced exclusively from grapes grown in their own vineyard.
About Hacienda RV Resort
Hacienda RV Resort is located in Las Cruces New Mexico, and offers an amazing view of the rugged beauty that is the New Mexico landscape. Our amenities include free cable, a workout facility, and high-speed Wi-Fi. Book your stay and savor the best in where to eat in Las Cruces.