A Night Out in Santa Fe- The City Different

I finally broke away from the daily grind of working and enjoyed some New Mexican entertainment of dinner and live music last night.  My girlfriend and I started with Del Charro’s Saloon and restaurant.  A favorite among locals, this rustic, western-themed watering hole serves Tex Mex grub, margaritas & cocktails and is in the hotel bar for Inn of the Governors.

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Gwen and band members

A woman holding an object in her hand.After our palates were pleasantly satisfied, we walked about a block over to the newly opened “The High Note” on 132 Water Street.  The place is small and cozy and we managed to get there a few minutes early to get good seats.  They do charge $5.00 cover.  We were there to listen to Gwen Spatzier, who recently starting performing again with an amazing band-featuring Soul, R&B, Blues, Rock and Original songs.  Her gig started with honoring David Bowie and just got better from there.  If you get the chance to listen to her music, I highly recommend taking time to do so.

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Just enjoying the great music!

Furthermore, now I know why this city is called “The City Different”  I am used to seeing women get on the dance floor with each other and dance but this was a first for me in seeing men enjoying each others company as well.  Go Men!

To find out more about upcoming venues at The High Note visit their Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/thehighnotesantafe/


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