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We have great steaks but even better spirits. There are countless stories and witnesses of ghostly encounters. Could you be someone that they want to reach out too? Come see for yourself.

Enjoy some clips from our featured episode on the Travel Channel.

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From Our Family to Yours


High Noon Restaurant and Saloon opened its doors in July of 1974,
beginning a long-standing tradition of excellent food and great
Margaritas in historic Old Town. High Noon comes by its charm and
history authentically as the foyer and lounge are located in one of
Old Town’s original buildings, dating to 1785.


Our menu, which features Certified Angus Beef, fresh seafood, wild
game, New Mexican fare and more, is designed to please every member
of your party. Our wine list and bar provide the perfect accompaniments
to your meal.


Owned and operated by the Villa family since its inception, High Noon
serves eclectic food, elegantly presented with exceptional service. Join
us for drinks and appetizers in our relaxing lounge or a meal in one of
our inviting dining rooms. Your visit will be filled with New Mexican
charm and hospitality.

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When High Noon opened its doors in July of 1974, we added to the building's colorful history. Originally constructed as a home sometime between 1750 and 1785, legend has it that the structure has been both a gambling parlor and a brothel. With the addition of two rooms in the late 1960's, it became home to a Spanish furniture maker as well as his retail storefront. The original building remained an apartment until High Noon took over--its last tenant being a Catholic nun.

Like a good ghost story?

Reminders of the buildings’ past lives are present in the spirits who still make it their home. Customers and employees alike have many stories about their supernatural encounters--look for the lady in the white dress who haunts the Santos Room. If you dare.

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