Arizona New Mexico & the Grand Canyon Trips by Becca Blond, Josh Krist, Jennifer Denniston, Wendy

By Becca Blond, Josh Krist, Jennifer Denniston, Wendy Yanagihara

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Either way, you can’t go wrong at Shed, a low-key restaurant right on the historic plaza. Sink your teeth into a fresh squeezed lime margarita, creamy guacamole and a spicy green chile–drenched enchilada and you’ll think you’ve died and gone to Southwest foodie heaven. Cut northwest from Santa Fe, through the nuclear town of Los Alamos, and into Indian country. The wild northern corner of the state has long been the domain of the Navajo, Pueblo, Zuni, Apache and Laguna people. New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Colorado meet at the Four Corners Navajo Tribal Park.

It’s a fun place; enjoy a milkshake at the ‘50s-style snack shack. Santa Rosa is home to nine long-established family-owned diners and roadside cafés, all with historic allure. Our pick is Joseph’s Bar & Grill. Route 66 nostalgia lines the walls of this place. Many of the bountiful Mexican and American recipes have been handed down through the generations and are used to good effect. Joseph’s also mixes the best margaritas on Route 66. A ranching and farming town sandwiched between the mesas and the plains, Tucumcari is your final destination.

The Hotel Brunswick delivers a winning cocktail of historic grandeur, modern amenities and upbeat young owners, Jen and Jason. The hotel dates to 1909 and is supposedly haunted. Have dinner at Mr D’z Route 66 Diner. Order a cheeseburger with onion rings and a root-beer float. If you’re craving over-easy eggs and toast before bed, breakfast is served all day. The hills surrounding the town of Chloride, situated some 20 miles northwest of Kingman, once spewed forth tons of silver, gold, copper and turquoise from as many as 75 mines.

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