The Taos News - Best of Taos 2020 : 2020-06-11

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Best Art Gallery Best Garden Center and Nursery Best Hardware and Home Improvemen­t Store The Cellar Ed Sandoval Gallery Petree Nursery and Greenhouse Rio Grande ACE By appointmen­t. 119 Quesnel Street, Taos (575) 770-6360 South: 1381 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Taos (575) 758-4268 • North: 223 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Taos; (575) 751-2061 25 Petree Lane (off Blueberry Hill Road), Taos; (575) 758-3021 edsandoval­gallery.com riograndea­ce.com petreenurs­ery.com Sandoval says, “Painting is like ice skating – you move and push the ice around until it becomes a dance, and in painting you move and push the paint around until it becomes a dance.” This retailer-owned cooperativ­e seemingly has just about every hardware and home repair/improvemen­t item known to man. Fortunatel­y, the red-vested staff at both Taos locations will point you in the right direction and offer advice if needed. In 1970, it was opened as a family-owned building material retail store. Río Grande Ace Hardware won first place for Best Lumber/Hardware Store in the inaugural Best of Taos poll 21 years ago and has won many times since. Petree has done it again. Voters chose Petree Nursery and Greenhouse­s as number one in 2020’s Best of Taos survey. Here you get all your perennials and annuals, all grown right here in Taos, plus low-priced soil amendments and other nutrients. Keeping Taos “green” means best prices and selection, keeping money in the community, supporting local jobs and reducing the carbon footprint of hauling goods across state lines. Petree is Northern New Mexico’s largest and oldest nursery. Wilder Nightingal­e Fine Art 119 Kit Carson Road, Taos (575) 758-3255 wnightinga­le.com Randall Lumber and Hardware Rio Grande ACE South: 315 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Taos (575) 758-2271 • North: Ranch and Feed, 14 State Road 150, El Prado; (575) 776-2556 South: 1381 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Taos (575) 758-4268 • North: 223 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Taos; (575) 751-2061 Best Local Artisan randalltao­s.com riograndea­ce.com Best Liquor Store Ed Sandoval Best Resale Shop Best Pet Supply Store By appointmen­t. 119 Quesnel Street, Taos (575) 770-6360 The Cellar 623 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, Taos (Behind Cid’s Food Market) (575) 758-7445 edsandoval­gallery.com CAV ( Community Against Violence) Thrift Store Blue Sky Pet and Feed Supply thecellart­aos.com 214 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Taos (575) 758-1841 1103 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Taos (575) 751-4824 Taos’ newest liquor store has quickly become its most popular. The Cellar features a huge selection of craft beers, wines and spirits, and a very well-versed staff to help in the decision-making. In just two years of operation, The Cellar has impressed voters, awarding it with first-place honors both years. The goal all along was to offer selections that weren’t in Taos. While some of their line can be found elsewhere in town, most are at The Cellar only. Find on Facebook Geraint Smith Photograph­y taoscav.org Like its website says, Blue Sky offers everything you need for your fur babies and barn babies. Livestock, dogs, cats, birds — they got it all. Check out the frozen and refrigerat­ed dog and cat food, bird seed and food, vaccinatio­ns, medical, training and grooming supplies, leashes and collars, carriers, toys (lotsa toys!) food dishes, plus, DIY pet washing. Donated items go to CAV clients or are sold to help fund CAV services for survivors of domestic/sexual violence. Visit the CAV Thrift store to buy your unique Cows Against Violence T-shirts (long-, short- and baseball-sleeved), coffee mugs, hoodie sweatshirt­s, baseball caps, magnets and more. Proceeds support CAV services. 482 State Road 150, Arroyo Seco (505) 501-4880 Taos Tack and Pet Supplies Del Norte Liquors Habitat for Humanity Restore 710 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Taos (575) 737-9798 1574 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Ranchos de Taos; (575) 758-8904 16 State Road 522, El Prado (575) 776-2165 taostackan­dpetsupply.com Find on Facebook taoshabita­t.org 34 BEST OF TAOS 2020 TAOSNEWS.COM/BEST-OF-TAOS

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