This locals' favorite isn't on many out-of-towners' best-of lists, which means you'll feel (correctly) like you've stumbled onto a Santa Fe secret when you walk into this postmodern, warehouse-y coffee shop and eatery a mile or so west of the plaza. This is an eclectic place, serving an equally eclectic menu that mixes Southwest, Asian, European, and American favorites. Breakfast burritos, hummus plates, and coconut salmon soup can be followed with what may be the best chocolate cake in town. The cinnamon rolls are so big they drape over the edges of the plate. (That's what the kitchen slices up to make the French toast—enough said.) The hamburgers are also excellent, served with grilled red onions on focaccia bread and haystack fries.