Known for its millionaires and billionaires living in multi-million dollar hillside homes, Santa Fe also has plenty of regular folk, and Baja Tacos has been one of their restaurants-of-choice for about a half-century. In fact, at our most recent visit we parked next to a local plumber's truck. Until 2019 it was a tiny take-out only restaurant, but then a building that had housed a Wendy's restaurant became available and Baja Tacos had a new home, complete with tables and chairs! It sells tacos, of course (beef, chicken, fish, and tofu and bean) plus enchiladas, burritos, and the like, and, surprising for an inexpensive fast food joint, prepares hand-formed hamburgers from scratch and also makes its own guacamole and salsa daily. The most expensive item on the menu is a one-pound burger (too much for us) at $9, but the half-pound burger combo, with lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese, New Mexico green chile, plus fries and a soft drink, at $8, is a bargain. The breakfast burrito is good, and the bacon roll (crispy bacon, cheese, and chile wrapped in a flour tortilla) is especially popular. No alcohol is served.