Locations in Silver City, NM

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    Bear Mountain Lodge
    Bear Mountain Lodge is a tranquil oasis on the edge of the New Mexico wilderness, the ideal choice for quiet relaxation or unforgettable adventure. Bear Mountain Lodge offers refined and restful accommodations in breathtaking surroundings, with easy access to hiking, cycling, horseback riding, birdwatching, nature study and wilderness.

    178 secluded acres, are nestled against the immense grandeur of the Gila National Forest. We are minutes from the heart of Silver City, boyhood home of Billy the Kid and today an Arts and Culture District of New Mexico. Our Historic Lodge, fully restored and lovingly maintained, features inviting common areas, a dining room serving breakfast and dinner, a well-stocked library, and eleven comfortable guest rooms with modern amenities. We are home to Blue Dome Gallery,

    There are no televisions at Bear Mountain Lodge. We provide free wireless Internet. Please, no smoking in any of the buildings We have cell phone coverage. Complimentary breakfast is included, and bag lunches are available by prior arrangement. Artwork and sculpture throughout the Lodge and grounds may be purchased through Blue Dome Gallery. We have 3.7 miles of marked trails that connect to the extensive trail network of the adjacent Gila National Forest. Our 6,250' elevation means generally cooler, drier weather and those spectacular New Mexico skies.
    Casitas de Gila Guesthouses and Art Gallery
    Casitas de Gila – Little Houses of Gila – is a cluster of five cozy southwestern adobe-style guesthouses, four miles outside of the tiny community of Gila (HEE-la) in Southwestern New Mexico. Nestled among juniper and piñon pines, on an ancient river terrace overlooking Bear Creek, our Casitas occupy lands that were once favorite hunting grounds of Apaches only 130 years ago.
    br>The Art Gallery at Casitas de Gila Guesthouses is open every day for guests staying at the Casitas. For visitors who live in Silver City and the surrounding area or who are traveling through Grant County, just call ahead so we will be expecting your visit.

    A Stress-Free Zone on 265 acres, not too far from Silver City, in Southwest New Mexico. Five beautiful Guesthouses, an Art Gallery, and a Nature Preserve with 11 hiking trails covering over 6 miles, all overlooking the Gila National Forest and Gila Wilderness. Beautiful dark skies, incredible quiet, fabulous scenery.
    LIttle Toad Creek Brewery & Distillery
    Little Toad Creek Brewery & Distillery has a downtown restaurant & tasting room in Silver City, NM, as well as a seasonal location in the Gila Wilderness.

    Our Beer

    Be sure to check out our facebook page and website for details on live music. Our brewery focuses on beer brewed in classic style. No gimmicks, no tricks, just beer the way it's meant to be tasted. We love the amazing variety of craft beers on the market these days and believe in presenting our beers as the best in traditional styles without distraction. We offer a rotating selection of our own craft beer, which include Blonde Ale, Amber Ale, Pale Ale, NM Brown, and Porter, with many seasonal offerings available as limited release. We also proudly offer craft beers from other parts of the state of New Mexico - just ask about our Guest Tap Offerings.

    Our Spirits
    Our hand-built copper still produces small batches of craft spirits. The first Micro-Distillery in southwest New Mexico, Little Toad Creek hand crafts vodka, rum, whiskey and a variety of liqueurs. Our Green Chili Vodka makes the world's best bloody Mary. The Spiced Rum, with its house blend of spices is perfect for a Tropical Cocktail. Our Distiller's favorite is the aged whiskey, "Sapo Grande" - so, ask about availability of the Sapo Grande, it sells out fast!

    Specialty Cocktails
    If you knew the ingredients in our house-made mixers you would dare to call our specialty cocktails healthy! No high-fructose corn syrup for you … try a few! -Wild Rita - Jalapeno Rita - The Toad House Bloody Mary - Lemon Drop Martini - Lavender Lemon Drop Martini - Chocolate Martini.

    New Mexico Wines

    The first grapevines planted in what is now the state of New Mexico were brought in 1629 to Senecu, a Piro Indian pueblo south of Socorro, by Fray Gracia de Zuniga, a Franciscan, and Antonio de Arteaga, a Capuchin monk. The cuttings brought by the missionaries were a variety of Vitis vinifera, commonly called the "mission grape." This variety is still grown in New Mexico today. Historians think it is a European variety from Spain, called Monica. The tradition of wine making is strong throughout the state and we bring you a variety of wines from the different regions. elicious Entrees or Fine Pub Grub - From chipotle alfredo fettuccini, to hand-breaded pickle spears, to house-smoked salmon we’ve got something creative and delicious just for you!
    The Silver City Food Co-op
    The Silver City Food Co-op is a member owned full-line grocery store featuring natural, organic, and local foods, and locally made products. Everyone can shop the Co-op, anyone can become a member of the Co-op!

    About Our Co-op
    Vision
    Because of all that we do, our member-owners, our food co-op, and our extended community will gain and maintain health.

    History of the Co-op
    The Silver City Food Co-op originated in 1974 and some of the founding members are still active in the co-op today. In the late 1980’s, the Co-op moved the store to its current location and bought the building a few years later. During the past twenty years, the store has been remodeled several times to meet our growing needs. Two years ago, we purchased the building across the alley and remodeled it into office and warehouse space.
    Be here for lunch—an easy and scenic three hour drive from Tucson. Nationally recognized cuisine, historic downtown district, arts, Gila National Forest, WNMU University, fresh air, clear skies, mild climate, great festivals, a top-ten destination, quaint and quirky!
    Syzygy Tile
    At the Syzygy factory twenty artisans work together to produce an exquisite line of handmade tile. Lovely shapes and mosaics are cut and pressed by hand. Glazes are carefully applied with a brush.
    Check out our website for retail locations and a photo gallery of our work.

    SYZ·Y·GY [siz-i-jee] The straight-line configuration of three celestial bodies (as the Sun, Moon, and Earth during a solar or lunar eclipse) in a gravitational system.
    Syzygy was established in October 1993 on the night of a lunar eclipse, a syzygy.

    Syzygy is located in Historic Downtown Silver City, New Mexico in the southwest corner of the state; a high desert region (at 6200 feet in elevation) bordering the Gila National Forest and the Aldo Leopold Wilderness, our nation's first designated wilderness area.

    Lee Gruber and David del Junco's combined talents created and launched Syzygy Tile. Their dedicated artisans work to produce innovative design for a truly hand made, aesthetically pleasing product that is durable, environmentally safe and benefits the local community artistically, economically and environmentally. Our goal is to keep the hand made craftsman tradition alive in the production of our beautiful tile.

    Syzygy Tile is Timeless, Sophisticated and Distinctive.
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    Tre Rosat Cafe
    Tre Rosat Cafe has been highlighted in New Mexico Magazine and is quickly becoming known for it's dynamic and constantly changing cuisine. The chefs have focused on creating a wide range of cuisine while utilizing local ingredients as much as possible.

    Owners King Crowder and Lyla Adrienne attended the University of Oregon and remain diehard supporters of their Alma-mater. When they moved to Silver City in 2010, they wanted to pay homage to their school without being completely obvious. That led to using the Google translator to find a suitable translation for 3 Ducks. They liked the Albanian version "Tre Rosat" and the rest, as they say, is history.

    Tre Rosat Cafe operated for 1 1/2 years at 101 N. Cooper St. In September of 2011, Tre Rosat Cafe purchased their new building at 304 N. Bullard St. in the heart of downtown Silver City. It took nine months of renovation, but in July 2012, the ducks re-opened in their new location.

    Tree Spirit Gallery
    Gallery of fine art, sculpture, photography (all sizes, framed and unframed) cards, weaving and occasional pieces of Hopi arts and crafts.

    Our gallery is in the historic district of Silver City, NM. The building was built by Peter Wagner in 1884 for commercial use. The outside is the original facade along with the tin ceiling.

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