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Plaza Cafe Restaurant Review: Billed as Santa Fe’s oldest restaurant, Plaza Café has been serving up blue corn piñon pancakes and green chile meatloaf since 1918. Located on the historic Santa Fe Plaza, the café has an old-school diner feel, with comfortable booths, floral-print tabletops and photos depicting plaza scenes from the last century. The New Mexican plates are most popular, including enchiladas topped with a savory cashew mole sauce and crispy fish tacos. All of the desserts are homemade, so save room for a slice of pie or a sopaipilla sundae, a crispy, puffy, deep-fried pastry topped with the usual sundae suspects. Plaza Café has a “brother” location on Santa Fe’s Southside, which, while lacking a plaza location, does include a full bar.