Standard & Strange Santa Fe Store Grand Opening Party

Essential Info

Saturday, October 26 2019
5pm - 9pm

Standard & Strange Santa Fe

201 Galisteo Street
Unit 6
Santa Fe, NM 87501
+1 505-365-1735

Special guests include Ryo and Hiro Ooe of Ooe Yofukuten, Steve and Deborah Toohey of Simmons Bilt and brothers Andrew and Matt Brodrick of Freenote Cloth.

Fancy refreshments will be served.

RSVP For Our Santa Fe Grand Opening

Getting to Standard & Strange Santa Fe

There are two airports that service the Santa Fe area - Albuquerque (ABQ) and Santa Fe (SAF). Albuquerque airport has more daily flight service, and flights are generally cheaper than flights to Santa Fe.

We recommend using Google Flights to find and book your airfare.

We recommend avoiding layovers in Denver (DEN) if you can, as flights are often cancelled due to bad weathers.

Albuquerque airport is a smaller airport that's very mellow to fly in and out of. It's about a 50 minute drive away from Downtown Santa Fe.

You can rent a car at the airport or take a shuttle bus ($35 each way, via Sandia Shuttle) to arrive in Santa Fe.

Shuttle buses run hourly and arrive in Downtown Santa Fe after 70-80 minutes.

From the West Coast

Southwest and United have direct flights from Oakland, Los Angeles and other major cities.

From the East Coast

Jet Blue have some direct flights from NYC. UnitedAmerican and Southwest have 1-stop flights from most major cities. Avoid layovers in Denver (DEN) if you can.

Santa Fe Airport is tiny - it has two gates and is in an adobe building. It's a dream compared to bustling big city airports. Food service is largely nonexistent.

It's about a 15-20 minute drive away from Downtown Santa Fe.

Uber and Lyft exist in Santa Fe but it can take 10 minutes or more for a car to arrive.

Direct flight service is limited, but many 1-stop flights are available from most major airports.

From the West Coast and East Coast

United and American have the most frequent 1-stop service from major cities. Avoid layovers in Denver (DEN) if you can. 

Downtown Santa Fe / Plaza Area

Hotel St. Francis 4 stars, ~$200/night. An absolute classic example of a proper Pueblo Revival style hotel.

Drury Plaza Hotel 3.5 stars, ~$270/night. Located in a renovated hospital. Includes breakfast and happy hour with a great rooftop bar.

2+ Miles Away

El Rey Court 3 stars, ~$150/night

3+ Miles Away

Silver Saddle 2 stars, $75/night. Classic quaint Western charm and one of the best budget options in town

Econo Lodge 2 stars, ~$100/night. A good option if Silver Saddle is full.

Other various options under $100/night. They will be a place to keep your bags, shower and sleep, probably not much else.

The Pantry $ Old School comfort food, near El Rey Court Hotel.

La Choza $$ Mexican, New Mexican, casual and bar food.

La Boca $$$ Spanish Tapas, excellent wines.
Paper Dosa $$ Contemporary South Indian

Shake Foundation $$ Classic New Mexico style burgers and shakes

El Callejon $$ Across from the street from S&S, excellent Mexican food from the family’s recipes.

Taco Fundación$ It's a taco foundation, a wide variety of damn good tacos.

Tesuque Village Market $$ A hidden gem. Funky café and bar, varied menu of New Mexican, pizza, etc.

Geronimo $$$$$ Upscale American, on Canyon Road (gallery row area). Reservations essential.

Vinaigrette $$ Salads made from organic, sustainable, locally farmed ingedrients.

Opuntia $$ Excellent cafe with lots of vegan and gluten free options and an extensive tea menu.

Cafe Pasqual's $$ Organic, local New Mexican fare. Great breakfast and lunch spot.

Paloma $$ Creative cocktail bar and upscale Mexican.

Five and Dime $ For the “World Famous” Frito Pie and a Mexican Coke for about six bucks.

Fajitas Cart – Right on the Plaza – perfect for a quick lunch. Excellent fajitas, choice of chicken or beef, six bucks.

Shiprock – We insist you go here. World-class collection of vintage Navajo rugs, Zuni and Navajo jewelry. 

Double Take – Vintage cowboy boots, turquoise, classic Western wear.

Cicada Collection – Santa Fe's foremost supplier of Yohji Yamamoto and modern European fashion.

Hunt Modern – Mid-century modern furniture.

Wildlife – Home decor and various home goods.

Santa Fe Dry Goods & Workshop – Contemporary high fashion for those who enjoy women's clothing.

Visvim – The first US location of Visvim opened in Santa Fe for a damn good reason. 

Back at the Ranch – Cowboy boots, cowboy boots, cowboy boots. Custom and off-the shelf styles. These are the real deal.

Spirit of the Earth – Eclectic apparel and jewelry for women

Rio Bravo Trading Company – Native American and Old West collectibles. Randy, the owner is a gem of a human being.

Lucchese – The world-famous cowboy boot brand. Custom, off-the-shelf boots and some Western wear.

Georia O’Keeffe Museum – A few minutes' walk from S&S, view work of the legendary artist and tour her home.

Palace of the Governors – Museum chronicling the history of Santa Fe, New Mexico and the surrounding region. Located right on the Plaza where Native craftspeople display and sell their handmade wares every day.

Meow Wolf – Indescribably immersive, interactive art musem, surreal haunted house, music venue. 

Museum of International Folk Art – The largest collection of international folk art in the world. 

Ten Thousand Waves – A true oasis. Japanese style spa, the best in town.

Jean Cocteau Cinema - Games of Thrones magnate George R. R. Martin renovated this 1970s style single-screen cinema, which plays a great selection of avant-garde and indie films. 

Aspen Vista Trail – Easy hike, about 4 miles, with an incredible view of the Sangre de Cristo mountains.