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Artist Spotlight: Antonio Archuleta

If you’ve taken time to stroll the grounds of The Fort, you’ve likely noticed the beautiful woodwork furniture that complements our adobe building. These custom-built pieces were made by Antonio Archuleta of Taos, New Mexico.

 

A dear friend of The Fort, Antonio created our Spanish-colonial style furniture from our opening in 1963 to his unexpected passing in 2011. He was mentored by Elidio Gonzales in the 1950s, when Gonzales spent time teaching him the craft.

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2016: A Year to Remember

As we enter 2017, we’re taking time to look back on what a great year we had at The Fort in 2016. From eating like frontiersman Hugh Glass in “The Revenant,” to notable awards and more, it was a year to remember. Here are some of our favorite memories!

For a limited time, in honor of the 2016 Oscars and actor Leonardo DiCaprio’s first win, guests were able to eat like his character, Hugh Glass, and delight in raw … Read the entire post >

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Bay’s Brandied Pumpkin Pie

Proprietress of The Fort, Holly Kinney, keeps her mother’s recipe for brandied pumpkin pie close to her heart. Since first making it in 1960, Bay Arnold claimed this was the best pumpkin pie she had ever eaten, and went on to make it every year for Thanksgiving.

Treat your guests this holiday season to The Fort’s twist on a traditional American classic.

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What you’ll need: (serves 4-6)

  • One 9-inchpie shell
  • 1 can (15 ) pumpkin
  • 1 cup heavy cream or
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Prime Rib Weekends at The Fort Are Back

It’s one of our favorite seasons at The Fort, and the return of our prime rib weekends is a sign of just that. Enjoy one of our most popular dinners with a Fort salad, seasonal vegetables, mashed potatoes and a Buffalo Prime Rib entrée (horseradish available upon request!). Prices start at $39 per person, and this special is available on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

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Cheers to National Rum Punch Day

Sept. 20 is National Rum Punch Day, and we’re celebrating with one of Sam’l Arnold’s favorite drinks, our 1732 Philadelphia Fish House Punch!

 

Philadelphia Fish House Punch is thought to be one of the oldest punch recipes served in America. Scholars believe the recipe originated in the 1600s, in London, as a farmers’ club punch, and was later served in America at the Fish House Tavern in Schuylkill, Pa.

 

What you’ll need:

  • 1 ½ pints sweet-and-sour syrup
  • ¾
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