SkyFire restaurant at Bishop's Lodge
SkyFire Restaurant has indoor and outdoor dining options
SkyFire restaurant at Bishop's Lodge

Dine at Bishop's Lodge

Elevated culinary arts

Cuisine That Celebrates Storied, Southwestern Ingredients
Inhale the earthy scent of peppers charring on the wood-fired grill, appreciate the bountiful, vibrant red chilies presented to each table by our Chile Host, and delight in the bright tang of a craft mescal cocktail at The Bar. Textured and multi-layered, the cuisine at Bishop's Lodge will be sure to send you home with memories to cherish for years to come. The dining experience at Bishop's Lodge invites you to slow down and engage all of your senses.
the main dining room at SkyFire Restaurant at Bishop's Lodge in Santa Fe
Dine by the crackling fire at SkyFire
A chef grills meat over an open flame at SkyFire
The Exhibit cooking space at SkyFire, Bishop's Lodge's main restaurant
Artistically inspired spaces complement pioneering Southwestern fare
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Opening October 2020

SkyFire

Created by "The Godfather of Southwestern Cuisine," Chef Dean Fearing's SkyFire draws inspiration from the diverse, rich ingredients and textures found in Mexico, and infuses them with unexpected modern techniques. The transformative element of fire is present throughout the bar, main dining room and terrace where piñon or cedar wood logs are burned to evoke a scent which roots you to our grounding atmosphere, and the wood-fired grill imparts complexity to bright, vibrant dishes.
  • Dine in a fireside space with resplendent views of our lush mountainscape
  • Partake in a multi-sensory experience with layered flavors
  • Ingredients from artisanal purveyors

The Bar
The atelier of SkyFire, this cozy fire-lit space features innovative craft cocktails and elevated Southwestern bar fare.

New Mexico cuisine is driven by narrative

BBQ corn cobs with herb butter, sweet smoked paprika and yogurt source

Each ingredient is a window into the region's history

Bowl of Hot Sauce with Arbol Chili Peppers

Each recipe that is passed down through generations helps to form a family's identity

SkyFire serves Southwestern cuisine, like grilled steak fajitas

Each meal is an opportunity to connect with loved ones and share stories about the day


Two Dogs Cafe at Bishop's Lodge
Two Dogs Cafe serves casual fare, like cheese and green salad sandwich
Two Dogs Cafe seating at Bishop's Lodge

Two Dogs Café

This bright, cozy cafe offers lush mountain views, a calming atmosphere and features inspiring local artwork. Savor warm pastries, hearty sandwiches, craft coffees, fresh salads and cold-pressed juices to nourish you for an exhilarating day of adventure and discovery.

Elevated Picnics

Dining extends far beyond our 317 acres. Consider the surrounding valley and the abutting 1.5 million acres of Santa Fe National Forest as your venue when you order a chef-packed destination picnic.
BIshop's Lodge private dining room
Reserve an artistically inspired private space for a special event or family gathering
Private dining room at Bishop's Lodge in Santa Fe

The Art of Celebration: Private Dining

Located in the main Lodge, this 597 square foot private space is ideal for private dinners, special celebrations, small cocktail receptions and board meetings.

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Meet Chef Dean Fearing

Concepted by "The Godfather of Southwestern Cuisine," Chef Dean Fearing's SkyFire celebrates heirloom ingredients found in traditional Mexican cuisine and elevates them with modern techniques. Inspired by treasured recipes handed down to him from his grandmothers, his approach to cooking is led by reverence for the best fresh ingredients available and the stories they tell about the region in which they are grown and the people who grow them.
Kimmy Rohrs of Whiskey and Clay

Bishop's Lodge + Whisky and Clay

Bishop's Lodge is proud to work with many talented local artisans to root the guest experience in a sense of place that is quintessentially Santa Fe. When SkyFire opens this fall, Executive Chef Peter O'Brien's cuisine will be served on custom ceramic dishware crafted by Whiskey and Clay's founder Kimmy Rohrs. "My handmade ceramics are heavily influenced by the dramatic landscapes of the great American Southwest. I’m enthralled with the earth’s milky whites blending in with dark rust tones, the warm dry air, and the shocking bright sunshine. I have honed in on a blend of stoneware and porcelain. It’s not a traditional mix, but I feel the blend gives each vessel a timeless desert feel." Rohrs added, "it’s a huge honor to already be a part of such a treasured Santa Fe landmark. Local friends have shared stories of horseback riding and cherished family holidays at the Lodge, and I hope to create my own memories, too, when it reopens."