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Sunday, October 24, 2010
Chasing Santa Fe Blog
Erin Wade of Vinaigrette – an amazing salad bistro in Santa Fe – can conjure up tantalizing tossed and chopped salads that are dazzling to the eye and the palate.
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Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Chasing Santa Fe Blog
When you are lucky enough to be invited for lunch at restaurateur Erin Wades farmhouse in Nambe, New Mexico, expect vistas, charming tablescapes and glorious food.
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Thursday, July 1, 2010
Down on the Farm
A story by Anya Sebastian for Edible Santa Fe
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Sunday, May 23, 2010
Vinaigrette fatured in 36 Hours: Santa Fe (The New York Times)
Santa Fe residents care where their food comes from. No wonder Vinaigrette was an immediate hit when it opened in 2008. The brightly colored cafe has a menu based on organic greens grown in the nearby town of Nambé.
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Thursday, February 4, 2010
The Art of Being Santa Fe
A review of Vinaigrette in The New York Times
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Tuesday, September 1, 2009
Local Flavor review
Vinaigrette review by Michael Nicola in Local Flavor
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Friday, December 26, 2008
Albuquerque Journal review
Does winter seem an unlikely time to open a new salad restaurant? Well, after the 12 Days of Christmas come the long weeks of dieting until Valentine's Day. Vinaigrette joined the Santa Fe restaurant scene about two months ago, and customers can't seem to get enough, even on days when the high temperature hovers at the freezing mark. Vinaigrette owner Erin Wade must be ahead of the curve.
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Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Santa Fe New Mexican review
You gotta love the spirit of a restaurant that has a pickle on the men's room door and a cabbage on the ladies' room door! A pre-opening dinner at the just-opened Vinaigrette proved to be a delicious sneak preview of great things to come.
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Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Santa Fe Reporter review
Erin Wade is charmingly self-deprecating and idealistic. Her restaurant, Vinaigrette, Santa Fe’s greenest sprout, is set to open on Oct. 18, but it is winding up the night to sleep amid the farm animals at her property near the Rio Nambe that is Wade’s act of love. It is also not something for which her Harvard pedigree prepared her.
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