SANTA BARBARA RESTAURANTS – WHAT'S NEW
SPECIALS, EVENTS, RECENTLY OPENED, CLOSED, FEATURES
Chef Jason Paluska and the team at The Lark present Valentine’s Day dining with an extraordinary four course tasting dinner in addition to the à la carte menu. After an amuse bouche of Warm Jalapeno & Aged Cheddar Gougères with Pork Belly Marmalade, guests will dine on Diver Scallop & Sea Urchin Crudo with Granny Smith Apple Relish and Pickled Fresno Chile followed by a salad of Charred Little Gems with Creamy Manchego Vinaigrette, Spanish Chorizo, Roasted Almonds and Blood Orange. Next is The Lark’s House-Made Agnolotti with Sheep’s Milk Feta, Grilled Lamb Belly, Black Trumpet Mushrooms, Kumquat and Nicoise Olive. read more...
Sandy Gendel will be opening a new restaurant, Pace, in the empty Big Yellow House location sometime this late Spring or early Summer. Sandy has another location in Laurel Canyon, click here
for more information, and we hope this iconic location thrives under his direction.
Lilac Pâtisserie is a dedicated gluten free bakery and café located in beautiful downtown Santa Barbara, California. Husband and wife duo, Gillian and Alam Muralles, have worked for years in some of the most well-known bakeries in Southern California and are ready to bring their beautiful and delicious gluten free cakes, baked goods, and entrées to downtown Santa Barbara. A diagnosed Celiac, Gillian’s focus as a pastry chef has always been gluten free baking as well as unbelievable custom cake decorating. Alam has worked his way up the kitchen ranks to become an expert when it comes to operating a bakery. After years of carefully developing their gluten free recipes to meet their exacting standards and honing their pastry and decorating skills, together they are delighted to have the opportunity to serve you the finest gluten free fare that Santa Barbara has to offer. 1017 State Street, Santa Barbara.
The debut of “Bierbara,’ the first beer from the Third Window Brewing Company, a collaboration of Fess Parker Winery and The Bruery. The beer will be paired with dishes created by Les Marchands Chef Weston Richards. Santa Barbara was named by the Spanish Explorer Viscaino in gratitude for his survival of the storm off the coast on December 3, 1602. read more...
SANTA BARBARA RESTAURANT REVIEWS
Started eating here when they 1st opened their Milpas location & now go to their
I really like this place, but please add some new menu items. I don’t think
We hadn’t been to this restaurant in some time, but it used to be one
Was very fortunate to have breakfast one day and dinner on another day at Sides
Recently my sister and I were trying to decide a good place for happy hour
I have gone to this restaurant many times over the last six months and love
We waited a little while to go to this place because the buzz was unbelievably
I am new to town and wanted to try a local seafood restaurant since we
My husband and I just love this place! The food is authentic n flavorful and
My wife and I had dinner at this place on a Friday night and it
I’m never disappointed when going to Sly’s. Everything about it is a great experience. They
A friend and I went to Tupelo Junction Cafe the other night, hadn’t been there
Haven’t had this good of an Italian dinner is a long time. Not sure why
We have been going to Holdren’s for years and the place never disappoints. The food