Collected by Tracy Eckard
11 W Victoria St #10, Santa Barbara, CA 93101, USA
Scarlett Begonia is a cute little restaurant located in the shopping district near State Street in Santa Barbara. Not only are the eggs fresh, but most of the ingredients are local, organic and the bread is home made. If you go here for breakfast,...
202 Anacapa St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101, USA
The Santa Barbara Urban Wine Trail is a fun and convenient substitute for traditional wine tasting. Walk (or crawl) from one wine bar to the next, just minutes from Downtown Santa Barbara's State Street. First try Corks 'n Crowns, a comfortable...
Santa Barbara, CA, USA
Downtown Santa Barbara, especially Pueblo Viejo (old town), holds many charms in its quiet corners and side streets. As a long-time Santa Barbara resident, one of my favorites is its alluring courtyards. Sometimes we begin our evening at the...
131 Anacapa St c, Santa Barbara, CA 93101, USA
One of the newest kids on the block, the Santa Barbara Wine Collective gives you a chance to taste Santa Barbara County's terroir without leaving the comfort of your patio chair. Try a flight from one of five different local wineries, each with...
214 State St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101, USA
Yankee Noodle is a breath of fresh, beefy air in the city. The Asia-meets-Mexico menu revolves around handmade noodles and deep, flavorful broths, which you can customize with eggs, bacon, and other crispy, savory things. You'll be stuffed, but...
131 Anacapa St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101, USA
The Lark is easily the best restaurant in the Funk Zone: The food is fresh, seasonal, and local, the dishes surprising yet always comforting, and the portions sizes generous (a rarity in this era of tiny plates). My perfect day in Santa Barbara...
813 Anacapa St #5b, Santa Barbara, CA 93101, USA
If you want to sample the best of Santa Barbara County's wineries, you don't have to drive out to the local farms. Some wineries are creating their wines right downtown, while shops sell bottles (and cases) from the area's leading producers....
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