S A N T A B A R B A R A
Living in Santa Barbara offers all the accessibility of a small town with the culture and sophistication of an urban setting.
From the Pier to Peak, our culinary selection, stellar accommodations, and cultural treasures complement the pristine landscape of our home.
Below are a few highlights and general information for those new to the area.
Welcome to Santa Barbara!
There are so many wonderful places to name in Santa Barbara but unfortunately I can’t list all. The Santa Barbara Visitor’s Center website (below) will help guide you. However, I have highlighted a few of my favorites.
(if there is website available with the posting, you can click on the name for more information)
- Opal – 1325 State Street, (805) 966.9676
- Julienne – 138 E. Canon Perdido, (805) 845-6488
- Los Agaves – 600 N. Milpas Street, (805) 564-2626
- Olio e Limone – 11 W. Victoria Street, (805) 899-2699
- Paradise Café – 702 Anacapa Street, (805) 962-4416
- The Boathouse at Hendry’s Beach – 2981 Cliff Drive, (805) 898-2628
- Metropulos (breakfast and lunch) – 216 E. Yanonali Street, (805) 899-2300
- Mony’s (shhh! my favorite little Mexican place-lunch only) – 217 Anacapa Street, (805) 895-2978
- Lucky Penny – 127 Anacapa Street, (805) 284-0358
- Southcoast Deli (lunch) – 10 E. Carrillo, (805) 845.4600
WINE Tasting and Wineries
Go to Urban Wine Trail
COFFEE HOUSES (breakfast)
- Jeannine’s – 15 E. Figueroa Street, (805) 966.1717
- French Press – 528 Anacapa Street, (805) 962.7733
- D’Angelo’s – 25 W. Guitierrez, (805) 962.5466
BEACHES – Dogs Welcome (always be respectful and clean up after your pup)
- Butterfly Beach – doggy bag dispensaries available
- Miramar Beach – bring your own doggy bags
- Hammonds Beach – bring your own doggy bags
- Hendry’s Beach – bring your own doggy bags
FARMER’S MARKET – click on link for locations and times
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW – Every Sunday on the beach
UTILITIES – a resource for those who may need it