Family owned and operated by the Carswell family since 1953, The Shed serves classic New Mexican dishes smothered in gold-medal red chile. The fruity, smoky, and spicy sauce is perennially in the top spot of alt weekly reader polls for the best in the city. The restaurant sprawls through nine intimate rooms in an adobe hacienda that dates to 1692 behind Prince Patio. In summer, the brick courtyard dappled in sunlight by trumpet vines is a charming spot to sip a margarita. The Shed is one of the most popular restaurants in town, so if you can’t get a table try the restaurant’s sister, La Choza, in the Railyard.