Located in what may be the oldest building in Taos, and a one-time the office of Governor Charles Bent. It is said that his daughter Teresina's ghost haunts the building. It became a restaurant in 1944 and was known for many years as El Patio. It has been known as the Alley Cantina since 1997. Serving burgers, sandwiches, southwestern specialties. Noted for its fish and chips. Lunch, dinner, and bar. Often live music.