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Owner Michael Lutfy roasts peppers in a stone-lined brick oven at Chimayo Stone Fired Kitchen. The ovens, which are used for 75 percent of the restaurant’s prep work, reach temperatures of up to 800 F.
Roll-top garage-style doors create an indoor patio feel and provide a practical solution to Durango’s variable weather.
Curved, spiral seating offers sound mitigation and privacy for diners who choose to sit in a booth at Chimayo Stone Fired Kitchen.
Chimayo owner and designer Birgitte Lutfy sits at one end of the curved, contemporary bar that she designed.
Freshly roasted poblano chiles contribute to Chimayo’s Southwestern flair.
Strawberry rhubarb crumbles are prepared for diners at Chimayo. The dessert is made with seasonal fruit.

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Owner Michael Lutfy roasts peppers in a stone-lined brick oven at Chimayo Stone Fired Kitchen. The ovens, which are used for 75 percent of the restaurant’s prep work, reach temperatures of up to 800 F.
purchase
Roll-top garage-style doors create an indoor patio feel and provide a practical solution to Durango’s variable weather.
purchase
Curved, spiral seating offers sound mitigation and privacy for diners who choose to sit in a booth at Chimayo Stone Fired Kitchen.
purchase
Chimayo owner and designer Birgitte Lutfy sits at one end of the curved, contemporary bar that she designed.
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Freshly roasted poblano chiles contribute to Chimayo’s Southwestern flair.
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Strawberry rhubarb crumbles are prepared for diners at Chimayo. The dessert is made with seasonal fruit.
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