Secreto Lounge Award-Winning Cocktails


Santa Fe's Premier Cocktail Bar

Secreto Lounge is Santa Fe’s premier craft cocktail bar specializing in award-winning “Garden-To-Glass” and vintage cocktails. Our cocktails are created using local fruits, vegetables, herbs and often with local spirits and bitters. Our "Garden-To-Glass" program is recognized around the world as one of the most creative and cutting edge focused on using local, fresh, and organic ingredients.

Secreto Lounge is located within the historic Hotel St. Francis, just steps from the Santa Fe Plaza. Relax and discover new friends in our welcoming rustic indoor bar or at our seasonal outdoor patio and loggia, perfect for Santa Fe people-watching. Our outdoor patio bar is also dog-friendly so feel free to bring your furry friend along while you enjoy a drink. Dine on delectable cuisine from our restaurant, Tabla de Los Santos. Join us for tantalizing drinks and delicious appetizers in a warm, relaxing environment. 

Try our signature Smoked Sage Margarita, part of the Santa Fe Margarita Trail!

Our hours:
  • Monday to Thursday: 4 p.m. - 11 p.m.
  • Friday & Saturday: 4 p.m. - 11 p.m.
  • Sunday: 4 p.m.-10 p.m.
  • Happy Hour Monday-Friday: 4 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.; 10 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Garden-to-Glass Specialty Cocktails

Secreto Lounge Menus

Secreto Lounge’s cocktail menu changes seasonally and reflect the fresh local ingredients that make up our drinks. Our professional mixologists use all fresh ingredients, a range of 27 flavors of bitters, and house-made syrups.

See our seasonal Secreto Lounge menus here: See our photo gallery of some of Secreto's delightful cocktails and more.

About Us

Secreto Lounge is Santa Fe’s premier craft cocktail bar featuring “Garden-to-Glass” and vintage cocktails and wines that trace the paths of the wine making traditions in New Mexico.

Here, guests can also learn the ancient wine making traditions of New Mexico, the first commercial wine growing region in the United States. Our wine list traces the journey of two Italian monks that brought wine making to the New World in 1610, where they stole two vine clippings from Spain, smuggling them through South America and planted them just south of modern day Socorro, New Mexico. These vines, known as los vinos secretos, are the inspiration to the name of Secreto Lounge.

Media & Accolades

Secreto has been featured in several prominent national media outlets including: Travel + Leisure, The Travel Channel,, Southwest Spirit, American Way, Cheers, Imbibe, Saveur, Sunset, The American Cocktail, Edible Santa Fe, Cowboys & Indians, and Spirit Magazine 

Secreto Lounge also has received numerous awards: Keep up with the latest at Secreto Lounge on Facebook & Twitter.