NYE at Palace Prime wants to know, who are you ringing in 2022?

Celebrate a Santa Fe tradition reborn.

This year Palace Prime will be open for extend hours on Christmas and New Years Eve.

Our kitchen will be open till 10:30 PM and our Bar | Lounge will be open till Midnight both eve nights.

Come before or after strolling down Santa Fe’s iconic Canyon Road Walk.

We can’t wait to celebrate with you!

If you are like the rest of the world, you are ready to put 2021 behind and now’s your chance to exercise the demons of 2021 out with a meal fit for the feast of any beast.

Feel free to dig into our menu to discover what it is that truly makes Palace Prime as a premier steakhouse downtown Santa Fe.

Only to be met with the fuel needed to set 2021 ablaze with fire to burn off all the grief this year has brought to so many with delicious cocktail from our fine looking gentlemen who will be serving these fine concoctions well past the new year.

Please join us as we host DJ John Sherdon who will be be curating the musical Vibe in the Bar at Palace Prime.
Music starts at 10pm.
No Cover. 21+.

Wishing everyone a blessed 2022!

The Palace Restaurant – A Brief History

Over the course of almost 200 years, the Palace location has been home to one form of entertainment or another. Beginning in 1835, Maria Gertrudis “Tules” Barcelo – commonly known as Doña Tules – opened an opulently decorated casino and hotel spanning Burro Alley, between Palace Avenue and San Francisco Street.

Tradesmen, miners, soldiers and travelers on the Old Santa Fe Trail frequented her luxurious establishment, gambling away their hard-earned gold, and enjoying the company of La Tules’ courtesans.

At the onset of the Mexican-American War in 1846, La Tules was at the peak of her career as a madam and erstwhile dealer of Monte, a popular card game at the time, amassing a fortune substantial enough to offer loans to the American commanding officers to pay their troops (who eventually would lose the money back to her at the tables).

Tules continued to rise in Santa Fe society as a person of status and wealth, eventually leaving a sizable fortune in cash and real estate holdings upon her death in 1852.