IFAM | Santa Fe’s International Food Bazaar
To Apply for the 2020 International Food Bazaar, fill out this application. The Deadline is April 30, 2020.
Agapao Coffee & Tea
The inspired coffees are Fair Trade and certified organic and expertly roasted. Agapao’s teas are handcrafted with the finest ingredients into delicious blends. http://www.agapao.com/
Freshly roasted sweet corn
Serving traditional and new flavors in South Indian dosas, chutneys, lassis and chai prepared by native son Dhiru Paulraj, now a Santa Fe local chef and proud father to the cafe’s namesake, Aruna. www.spicesoflife.co
Specializing in authentic New Mexico biscochitos, using a recipe passed down from Celina’s grandmother. By hand-making and hand-cutting each cookie, her biscochitos have that “melt in your mouth” quality. http://www.celinasbiscochitos.com/
Cleopatra Cafe is known for its generous portions of flavorful Mediterranean specialties. From Gyros to Moussaka, the flavors of each dish are delicate and delightful. http://www.cleopatrasantafe.com/
Serving up righteous barbecue, regional American cuisine, and a whole lot more! Lovingly prepared, wholesome meals made from scratch. http://www.cowgirlsantafe.com/
El Merendero Posa’s Inc.
Posa’s Santa Fe-style tamales are handmade using an old family recipe and local red and green chile. http://santafetamales.com/
A local’s favorite known for its fusion of Swahili, European, Arabic, and Indian influences. The combination of local ingredients, tasty spices and seasonings, and African homestyle recipes make for a memorable meal. http://jambocafe.net/
Nath’s Khmer Cuisine
A unique Cambodian fusion of Thai, Vietnamese, and Chinese culinary influences. Using natural and organic ingredients, many from local growers, the result is wholesome gourmet-quality cooking that is not only tasty for your palate, but healthy for your body. http://nathscatering.com/
Platero Fry Bread & Navajo Tacos
Fry bread has been a staple of Navajo cuisine for generations. Whether eaten alone, with toppings, or as the base of a Navajo taco, one taste of this fluffy fried dough will have you wanting more.
Refreshing fruit drinks located at the heart of the Market!
Sabor Peruano offers a peek into a Peruvian oasis. They use organic fresh ingredients in most dishes, with a fusion of traditional indigenous; Asian, European, and West Africa! www.saborperuanosf.com
Satisfy your sweet tooth with all natural premium ice cream in uniquely southwestern and traditional flavor combinations. http://www.taoscow.com/
Mexican mole, tacos, and more.
For questions about the International Food Bazaar please contact Ginger Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.