This very colorful room, showcasing art from different parts of Mexico, was originally part of a centuries old adobe home of the Lucero family and eventually occupied by Katy Griggs.

The high ceiling with exposed adobe walls highlights centuries old cottonwood vigas and latillas. Perfect for private dining and adjacent to the Adobe Cantina and Tequileria, the north end of the room features an authentic adobe kiva fireplace, ideal for colder southwest winter evenings.

This part of the old residence was once occupied by a wood worker hence the name Woodshop.

The Woodshop is available for private dining and events.