Restaurants & Grills
Ski Santa Fe Base Lodge - La Casa Café Grill
Consider starting your ski day by joining us on our big, open deck for a fantastic breakfast burrito, a cup of hot chocolate and the great view of the ski runs. Or, try a traditional breakfast and a steaming cup of coffee out on the deck. When lunchtime rolls around, we feature home-made soups, a daily special and tasty burgers, along with your favorite fountain drink. Both individual seating and picnic-style benches are available in this extremely pleasant, open-air atmosphere.
La Casa Lodge, at the entrance to the ski area, houses the main ticket office, ski patrol and first aid, the ski school office, a rental shop and Wintermill — a sports shop. An elevator is provided here for adaptive skiers to access the Café. The large deck surrounding this facility is a great place to meet friends and enjoy the culinary delights of La Casa Café/Grill. Note: overnight facilities are not available at La Casa Lodge.
Totemoff Bar/Grill and Lodge
Higher up on the slopes, Totemoff's offers hot drink specials, your favorite mixed drinks and cold beer all week long.* Fridays through Sundays, gastronomic options include a luscious chicken sandwich, spicy southwestern Fajitas, regular burgers and very fine veggie burgers. Relax, revel in the stupendous view and watch skiers take on Thunderbird Run.
Totemoff's Mid-Mountain boasts a quaint, chalet atmosphere. With its fireplace, sunny deck and wonderful views, it's a great place to unwind and enjoy the beauty of the area. In 1990 Totemoff's was named after Peter Totemoff, an Aleut Indian from Alaska. He moved to New Mexico in the 1940's to recover from tuberculosis, and worked at this mid-mountain facility when it was known as the Sierra Lodge. Mr. Totemoff was highly instrumental in the development of the ski industry in New Mexico. Note: overnight facilities are not available at Totemoff's.
*In the interests of personal and public safety, we ask that alcohol be consumed in moderation.
Photo at right by: Lee Klopfer