Among the best places in Santa Fe for prime rib, this steakhouse is loaded with Santa Fe charm, with soft adobe walls, lots of wood, and a handmade tin chandelier; the bar has the atmosphere of a mountain lodge. There’s a limited amount of prime rib nightly, so get there early. The prime rib is a ribeye beef roast brined with herbs and spices for 48 hours, grilled whole over an open flame, and slow-roasted. It’s accompanied by the steakhouse’s signature whipped horseradish cream and natural jus, and served with a loaded baked potato and broccoli. The dinner menu also includes several steaks and wild salmon with a brown sugar citrus glaze. At lunch there are sandwiches, salads, burgers, and entrees such as sun-dried tomato and artichoke pasta. The weekend brunch features egg dishes, including house-made corned beef hash with eggs, a six-cheese fondue with dipping vegetables, and burgers. Full liquor service is available.