Santa Fe After Dark: An Illustrated Guide

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Sunstone Press, 2004 - Travel - 159 pages
Where?s the theater located? Where can I find a decent meal after the theater? Where can I dance the salsa, play a game of pool, order a great martini, find a sports bar, a singles bar, a flamenco dancer, a ballet, a symphony, a rock band, a stripper? And so it goes when the sun sets in the city different. And everyone always complains that there isn?t anything to do in Santa Fe after dark--but Bob Eggers knows different. Adman, filmmaker, and connoisseur extraordinaire of Santa Fe?s nightlife, he has compiled this wonderful new book that shows both residents and tourists alike how to play at night in Santa Fe. With whimsical, sophisticated drawings, "Santa Fe After Dark" features over 40 bars, clubs, and lounges with additional chapters on after-hours dining, theater, dance, music, cinema, and a few other odds and ends. You?ll never wonder what to do at night in Santa Fe again.

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About the author (2004)

For Bob Eggers, drawing has been his first love, but a great deal of his life has been spent in the world of film and advertising. After ten years as a TV commercial art director with Young and Rubicam ad agency in New York, Bob established Eggers Films, a TV production company in Los Angeles where he directed commercial spots for close to 20 years. He, his wife Patricia and two daughters now life in Santa Fe. Bob is getting old and shouldn┐t be out after dark!

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