David Sellers Wine Dinner - Sunday, October 1st

Caduceus Cellars & Merkin Vineyards Pop-up Dinner
Sunday, October 1, 6:30pm
Sweetwater Harvest Kitchen

Amuse Bouche
Roasted Hakurei Turnip / greens / basil pesto
First course
Farmer’s Market fall vegetable crudo / goat feta / agrodolce
2015 Merkin Vineyards “Chupacabra Blanca”, Riesling/Chardonnay, Cochise County
2014 Caduceus Cellars “Dos Ladrones”, Malvasia Bianca/Chardonnay, Cochise County

Second Course
Saffron linguine / sea urchin / shrimp / mussel reduction
Vegan option:
Linguine / heirloom tomato-mushroom Bolognese
2016 Merkin Vineyards “Jane Pink”, Monastrell, Cochise County
2015 Caduceus Cellars “Lei Li Rosé”, Nebbiolo, Yavapai County

Roasted lamb belly / ricotta-spinach gnocchi / autumn squash
Vegan option:
Autumn squash / Lentils / sage / roasted garlic
2014 Merkin Vineyards “Tarzan”, Tempranillo, Cochise County
2013 Caduceus Cellars “Nagual de la Naga”, Sangiovese/Cab. Sauv/Merlot, Cochise

Pistachio Semifreddo / biscotti



Sweetwater Stands with Standing Rock


Sweetwater was part of a Santa Fe caravan that drove up to Standing Rock, ND to help support the Water Protectors. We were able to coordinate with over 15 other local restaurants and collect donations from many of our suppliers + our local Farmer's Market. On Thanksgiving Day we were part of a collective effort to feed over 2,000 people at the Standing Rock Community School! We are grateful for this opportunity to be of service. 

Festival Catering!

We love to share our Thai Food at festivals! Recently we went up to Taos for the Alabama Shakes show. Next you can find us in the Santa Fe Railyard on Sunday, September 18th for the AHA Progressive Arts Festival! And then, don't miss Globalquerque! The incredible world music festival September 23-24th in Albuquerque. Look for the Sweetwater Booth and come say hello to Chef Nath and Soma!

Our Thai Night Chef

Kimnath ("Nath") Nou came to the United States from her native Cambodia in 1999. She originally settled in Cretonne, Colorado, where she started her own catering business and opened a restaurant. She visited Santa Fe for many years, becoming a local favorite through catering at festivals such as the International Folk Art Market.

Nath's ancestors were mainly Chinese, but also Thai, Vietnamese and Khmer - a history reflected in her Asian fusion cooking. Nath's organic, healthy + authentic touch to cooking has been immediately recognized in our community, where she now creates an inviting, unique menu at Sweetwater four nights each week (Wednesday - Saturday).

She is also available for catering your next event - anything from appetizer Platters to full dinners!

Spring Strong Wellness Partners

Spring is the perfect time to renew our commitment to our health and wellness. Sweetwater is partnering with several awesome holistic health focused local businesses to offer inspirational deals in the month of April. Go to the website and print out coupons including one for 15% off your healthy start weekday breakfast with us!                                                                                    valid 8 am - 11 am


We Compost!

Reunity Resources is our regular partner in picking up all our food "waste" and turn it into useful compost. We are featuring them as our non-profit for March in order to help raise awareness about their important work in Santa fe. Learn more at www.reunityresources.com!

Thank you for all your votes!  We are the proud winner of the 2016 Souper Bowl w/Chef Nath's Tom Yum Soup!

We are thrilled when we won the Best Seafood Soup category and over the moon when they announced we won for Best Overall as well!






2% Cash Proceeds Recipient for Feb, 2016 is Meow Wolf, an arts production company that creates immersive, multimedia experiences that transport audiences of all ages into fantastic realms of storytelling.  Check out their opening next month!

When you pay with cash at Sweetwater, you keep your money local: We donate 2% of all of our cash sales to a different local non-profit organization each month.