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Ca’ Dario Serves Traditional Italian Food to Santa Barbara

Ca’ Dario Serves Traditional Italian Food to Santa Barbara

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Resembling an authentic Italian trattoria, Ca’ Dario in downtown Santa Barbara is charming and intimate. The ambiance is Old World quaint Italian, with white tablecloths, wooden chairs, tiled floors, a small bar, and a clientele of loyal regulars.

Located one block from bustling State Street, chef Dario Furlati’s romantic Ca’ Dario offers diners classic Northern Italian dishes including beef carpaccio, chilled artichoke, rotisserie rabbit, chicken and duck, grilled flat iron steaks and lamb chops, and Italian sausage with polenta.

Everything is good here, but the pastas are exceptional. They include angel hair with fresh tomatoes, penne with spicy tomato and roasted garlic, fusilli with pancetta and chili, farfalle with smoked salmon and peas, pappardelle with meat ragout, and tortellini with ham and cheese. Chef Furlati also offers a variety of specials each evening.

Next door, Ca’ Dario Pizzeria offers a wide choice of pizzas including margherita; prosciutto, tomato, mozzarella, and arugula; sausage, rapini, garlic, tomato, and pecorino; ham, champignon, tomato, and mozzarella; burrata, cream, leeks, and asparagus; and pancetta, mozzarella, panna, and quail egg.

Joe’s Cafe is an acclaimed American steakhouse and upbeat bar that’s been the centerpiece of Santa Barbara’s dining, drinking, and socializing since 1928. Our commitment to offering great meals, stiff cocktails, and a friendly ambiance has made Joe’s Cafe a downtown destination for generations of locals and visitors alike.

Renowned for serving up a great evening out, Joe’s Cafe transforms seamlessly from a neighborhood restaurant to a lively bar as the evening progresses. Many visitors start and end their night at Joe’s Cafe.

Best of Santa Barbara® 2018: Eating

Lazy Acres finished an extensive interior remodel in 2018, and the new layout has created more space than ever for the items that have made it the best place in Santa Barbara to shop for healthy foods and specialized nutrition products. Their vast central display is stocked with an ever-changing array of carefully vetted supplements, vitamins, and organic beauty products, and the well-informed staff members are always ready to help you navigate the extensive selection. With more and more people turning to natural products to maintain their health and nourish their souls, Lazy Acres remains the city’s most reliable source not only of products but also of education.

Corner Store

Santa Cruz Market

Santa Cruz Market is the corner store of all corner stores. It carries everything from hard-to-find spices to freshly baked sweet bread ​— ​and it has one of the largest selections of meats in town. Its butchers know many customers by name and nine times out of 10 will special-order cuts of meat requested by customers. Die-hard fans of the neighborhood store can even purchase merchandise donning the Santa Cruz Market name and their on-the-nose slogans: “You can’t beat our meat” and “Friendly store that saves you more!”

Runner-Up: Cantwell’s Market & Deli

Produce Stand/Greengrocer

Santa Barbara Certified Farmers Market

Set up six days of the week, the farmers’ market gives us a chance to pick up some fresh produce in Santa Barbara almost anytime. Grown just a stone’s throw away from town, the produce at our farmers’ market consists of the freshest, most local selections possible. Don’t take our word for it ​— ​visit one of their six sites and chat with the farmers themselves. And while you decide what to purchase, enjoy free samples surrounded by some of the friendliest people in town.

Runner-Up: Tri-County Produce

Frozen Yogurt Shop

This unassuming gem of a shop is a favorite among locals and great for the whole family or a fun date. The self-serve style allows kids and adults alike to go wild exploring flavor combinations and toppings. “Think of our empty cups as empty canvases,” staff tells visitors. The real secret is to begin by adding treats and then yogurt, creating layers of flavor and surprise!

Runner-Up: Mission Street Ice Cream & Yogurt

McConnell’s Ice Cream Paul Wellman

Ice Cream Shop

McConnell’s Fine Ice Creams

For McConnell’s of Santa Barbara owner and CEO Michael Palmer, it feels equally good to make and to eat great ice cream: “To be able to maintain our independence and focus on the most important thing ​— ​the product ​— ​is a luxury and a pleasure.” McConnell’s has one of the more dramatic stories from 2018’s natural disasters. The company opened its “New Dairy” in December 2017 in Oxnard, and, according to Palmer, “when the mudslides cut off the 101 last January, we went into action, sending crews ’round the clock ​— ​by boat and car, on multi-hour trips ​— ​to Oxnard.”

Runner-Up: Mission Street Ice Cream & Yogurt

Chocolate Company

See’s Candies

Famous for its boxes of chocolates, this venerable California candy company is coming up on 100 years in business, having been founded in 1921 in Los Angeles by Canadian immigrants. Now headquartered in San Francisco, See’s gets its good stuff ​— ​couverture formulas with lots of cocoa butter ​— ​from Guittard Chocolate Company, located in nearby Burlingame, and its nuts from Mariani Nut Company in the Sacramento Valley. Do you like free samples? We thought so. Find them in La Cumbre Plaza and Paseo Nuevo.


Renaud’s Patisserie & Bistro

“The best almond croissants. Period.” That’s according to personal experience and a number of Yelp users. Working with almost science-like precision, Pastry Chef Renaud Gonthier is known for being a perfectionist. Anything you purchase at Renaud’s you can trust will taste, and look, nothing short of incredible. With four locations in Santa Barbara and exceptional customer service, Renaud’s is always a sweet treat!

Doughnut Shop

Spudnuts takes the cake, or doughnut, yet again for Best Doughnut Shop in town. The secret to making the delicious treats so fluffy is using potato flour. “That’s what makes the doughnuts stand out so much,” said Spudnuts employee Marcelo Rocha. While you can never go wrong with a classic old-fashioned, Rocha recommends customers try his favorite, tiger tails. “They are amazing!” he said. The doughnuts are twisted with chocolate and rolled in cinnamon, making them look like actual tiger tails ​— ​what a fun treat!

Runner-Up: Eller’s Doughnut House


Crushcakes & Café

Multiple locations

At Crushcakes & Café, the motivation to be the best comes from “people and food,” according to owner Shannon Gaston. “Making people happy with delicious food and coffee,” she said, equals “instant gratification!” Last winter, the downtown Santa Barbara store was broken into twice. Gaston reported that, while the person was not caught the first time, “a week later they broke in again and they were caught, thanks to our awesome neighbor, who called the police when he saw two legs and a torso wiggling and stuck in one of our windows!” Gaston sent out a “huge thank-you to the SBPD and the K-Nine Unit” for apprehending the cupcake bandit, who it turned out was also a frequent customer at the Carpinteria branch.

Runner-Up: Nothing Bundt Cakes

Bagel Shop

Jack’s Bistro & Famous Bagels

Jack’s offers more than 25 different types of bagels and 10 different cream cheese flavors ​— ​that’s more than 250 combinations. Not to mention you also have the option of turning your bagel into one of their nine “bagelwiches” ​— ​a fancy name for a bagel sandwich with an extra dash of delicious. With so many options, it’s no wonder our readers love Jack’s!

Runner-Up: Bagel Market Café

Goleta Restaurant

Kyle’s Kitchen

Lots of businesses give a nod toward good causes, but no restaurant takes that outreach further than Kyle’s Kitchen, which made fundraising for special-needs programs a leading edge of its brand. Pair that with fairly priced and freshly made burgers, sandwiches, and salads, and the mini-chain of three restaurants easily takes the Goleta cake. Owner Jay Ferro, who opened the first Kyle’s about four years ago, believes Goleta loves his place because of that “balance between great, affordable food and our commitment to giving back to the special-needs community.” He said, “We will continue to work every day to improve and be the best restaurant we can be. Thank you for your trust in us!”

Runner-Up: Beachside Bar Café

Empty Bowl Paul Wellman

Thai Restaurant • Noodle Bar

Empty Bowl Gourmet Noodle Bar

38 W. Victoria St., Ste. 109 335-2426

Though not a typical Thai joint nor simply a place for noodles, Empty Bowl is constantly elevating the overall Asian food experience in Santa Barbara ​— ​and will open a new place called Khao Kaeng on Coast Village Road soon. “We use all-natural, free-range meats and poultry, and we have very little space for storage, so it allows us to cut fresh produce daily,” said co-owner Jerry Lee, who served his first bowl of “Thai comfort street food noodles” on April 12, 2014. His favorite part? “Hearing customers tell me they dream about our noodles.”

Runner-Up (Thai Restaurant): Tap Thai Cuisine

Runner-Up (Noodle Bar): Nikka Ramen

Carpinteria Restaurant

Padaro Beach Grill

3765 Santa Claus Ln., Carpinteria 566-9800

Casual outdoor dining at its finest, this beachside fixture along Santa Claus Lane has long been a family go-to grub spot. After ordering burgers, tacos, sandwiches, shakes, and frosty adult beverages ​— ​among other favorites ​— ​at the bustling walk-up counter, patrons fan out across the grassy spread out back, all picnic tables and umbrellas, complete with ocean breezes, rumbling trains, and a big ol’ sand pit and other fun stuff for the kids.

Isla Vista Restaurant

Freebirds World Burrito

879 Embarcadero del Norte, Isla Vista 968-0123

There’s only one good reason to find yourself in Isla Vista late at night, and that’s to go to Freebirds. Legendary for its dinosaur-sized burritos and nachos, the place makes such an impression that locals find themselves missing it when they’re away. The walls are filled with pictures of people traveling the world, expressing their desire for a Freebirds World Burrito. If that doesn’t paint a picture of their quirky clientele, buy a burrito, take a seat, and enjoy late-night people watching.

Runner-Up: South Coast Deli

Montecito Restaurant

The Honor Bar

1255 Coast Village Rd. 969-6964

When it opened in February 2015, The Honor Bar, which is part of the nationally acclaimed Hillstone Restaurant Group, quickly became a go-to place for eating, drinking, and being seen in Montecito. It further cemented its importance when it became the first restaurant to reopen after the mudslide. “It’s approachable, but our bedrock principle is doing things well and paying attention to the preparation and ingredients,” said GM Nicholas Asoli of their focus on straightforward classics like the cheeseburger. “We also want the experience to feel special, so we worked a lot on the design and feel of the place to strike a balance between feeling casual [and] premium quality. Lastly, a genuine smile with graceful, efficient service never goes out of style.”

SB Fish Market Paul Wellman

Fresh Fish Market

Santa Barbara Fish Market

117 Harbor Wy., Ste. A 965-9564

Brian Colgate was just 19 years old when he opened the Santa Barbara Fish Market in a humble corner of the harbor back in 2000, but it’s been the prime place for about 1,000 weekly customers ​— ​not to mention nearly 100 restaurants in the tri-county area ​— ​to buy fresh-off-the-boat seafood ever since. “We are focused on providing the very freshest premium-quality seafood at a fair price,” said Colgate, who also serves as the Commercial Fishermen of Santa Barbara’s direct outlet to the public, usually with more than 15 fresh items available each day. “The favorite part of my job is providing our community with a connection to the ocean through providing healthy seafood that is being harvested in a sustainable manner so generations to come can be happy and healthy!”

Runner-Up: Kanaloa Seafood Market

Santa Ynez Valley Restaurant

Industrial Eats

181 Industrial Wy., Buellton 688-8807

“We brought a space where you can get a beef-tongue pastrami Reuben and listen to Wu-Tang,” said Jeff Olsson of what he and his wife, Janet Olsson, gave the Santa Ynez Valley when they opened Industrial Eats in December 2013. The walk-up ordering style is casual, the wood-fired food is ingredient driven, and the scene is winemaker forward. “We just cook the food we want to eat and not what we think people want to eat, and weirdly it seems to be working,” he said. What’s his favorite part? “Hiring, teaching, and watching people get it,” he said. “With almost everyone who works here, there was a moment when I turned to Janet and said, ‘So-and-so just figured it out.’ It’s a good moment.”


No restaurant in Santa Barbara wears Spain on its sleeve like Loquita, which started serving authentic Spanish cuisine ​— ​from tapas, pintxos, and paella to txakolina, sherry, and gin ’n’ tonics ​— ​on the edge of the Funk Zone in October 2016. “It’s an easy way to try several different dishes and to share the experience with friends,” said owner Sherry Villanueva of the small-plates format. “We like to offer our guests an opportunity for exploration, and small plates are particularly conducive to that. You can try a few things without having to make an entire meal commitment on just one.”


Cajun Kitchen

Cajun Kitchen’s breakfast is everything comfort food should be ​— ​delicious, giant sized, and did I say delicious? This incredible area breakfast spot offers everything from genuinely Cajun to fantastic Mexican dishes. The Santa Barbara staple is owned and operated by the Jimenez family. In 1984, Richard Jimenez Sr., a prep cook with no management experience, decided to take over the struggling De la Vina location. Since then, they’ve opened four more locations ​— ​three in the Santa Barbara area and one in Ventura ​— ​and have provided locals with incredible chilaquiles, French toast, blackened catfish, and much more!

Sunday Brunch

Late Night Eats

The Blue Owl

5 W. Canon Perdido 705-0991

The Blue Owl is everyone’s go-to place after a late night of merriment. The small restaurant located on Canon Perdido Street somehow manages to accommodate dozens of individuals, making for a fun after-party vibe with incredible Asian-inspired dishes. One former customer, A.J., loved the food and atmosphere so much she applied for a job. “I need to work here!” she remembered thinking one late night. A.J. got the job the next day and has happily worked at The Blue Owl for over a year. “I’ve seen it all,” she said about the late-night shifts.

Runner-Up: Dave’s Dogs Grill

Salad Bar

Savoy Café & Deli

Savoy’s colorful salad bar is enough just to ogle. With what feel like countless options, customers can create the salad of their dreams by mixing and matching the finest, freshest ingredients. With four different choices for greens protein options such as wild salmon, steak, tofu, and roasted nuts and the most flavorful homemade dressings and vinaigrettes, Savoy offers a rainbow of endless combinations for their loyal customers, who always come back for more. The best part ​— ​it’s great for your body, mind, and wallet!

Runner-Up: Lazy Acres Market

Chinese Restaurant

China Pavilion

China Pavilion is readers’ go-to when they need a Chinese food craving satisfied. Their dishes are packed with flavor, and they offer chicken, beef, pork, seafood, and incredible veggie options. Favorites among regulars are the spicy basil beef, the crispy walnut shrimp, and of course, the orange-peel chicken. The beautifully decorated restaurant also offers a special dim sum menu on weekends that customers love. China Pavilion has a great love and appreciation for their customers.

French Restaurant

Truth be told, bouchon’s cuisine isn’t so much French as it is California “wine country,” but it did open on Bastille Day of 1998 and owner Mitchell Sjerven admits that they do employ classic French culinary techniques. How do they stay relevant 20 years later? “Update the cuisine without succumbing to fads, create a service culture that honors the true spirit of hospitality, and be sure to update the dining environment so you don’t look like an old, no-longer-relevant restaurant,” said Sjerven. “The four pillars of a truly great dining experience ​— ​be it taco stand or three-star Michelin ​— ​have to be right: great food, a proper beverage list that works with the food, fantastic people that you can tell really like their job, and a warm and inviting ambience.”

Runner-Up: Renaud’s Patisserie & Bistro

Indian Restaurant

Flavor of India

Since 1991, Puran Joshan and his family have served saag paneer, tandoori chicken, lassi, and other traditional Punjabi foods to Santa Barbara from the kitchen of their beloved Flavor of India restaurant on State Street. That’s made them the perennial winner in this category and a place that families return to month after month. “When a customer comes in, they are treating us,” Joshan told us a couple of years ago. “We have seen our customers grow up and bring their own kids to the restaurant. It’s very special.”

Italian Restaurant

Dario Furlati’s Ca’ Dario empire is on the rise, now with five locations from the original 1997 restaurant in downtown Santa Barbara to the adjacent pizzeria, two spots in the Public Market, and a new location in Goleta. “Our customers are world travelers, especially to Italy, so they developed a palate for Italian food and recognized our dishes when they come back to our restaurant,” said Furlati. “We use authentic imported pasta, flour, cheese, tomatoes, and olive oil to create our dishes without cutting corners therefore, our customers find our quality the same [as], if not even better than, abroad.”

Seafood Restaurant • Clam Chowder

Brophy Bros. Clam Bar & Restaurant

Overlooking the sea of sailboat masts in the Santa Barbara Harbor and the breathtaking Santa Ynez Mountains in the distance, Brophy Bros. epitomizes all that’s right about our oceanside town. Where else can you can eat seafood while watching a commercial fishing boat unload? “The small footprint forces interaction and creates a real intimate setting,” said owner John Bennett, whose family started the restaurant in 1986. “We make the chowder daily, thicken with roux, and add heavy cream right before serving. We are fortunate to have the volume we do ​— ​this helps keep the product moving.”

Runner-Up (Seafood Restaurant and Clam Chowder): Lure Fish House

Sushi Restaurant

Arigato Sushi

You can almost always expect a wait time at this first-come, first-served restaurant, but the incredible Japanese fusion cuisine and attentive service is well worth the wait! Servers are well versed with the menu and can help guide overwhelmed first-time visitors with the more than 65 sushi rolls and the many nigiri and sashimi options. If you’re looking for dinner and a show, you can’t go wrong with the popular “locals-only” appetizer ​— ​broiled scallops, crab, shiitake mushrooms, and onions served on a bed of sushi rice and brought out flaming! Not a huge surprise considering all of Arigato’s dishes are on fire!

Vegetarian/Vegan Restaurant

It figures that Santa Barbara would lead the way in taking vegetarian/vegan cuisine into the 21st century. We have always valued plant-based eating in this town, and now we have more choices than ever before when it comes to fine dining the vegetarian way. At Mesa Verde, the combinations on offer are not only healthy they are exquisite both in flavor and in presentation. Whether you stick with the Mexican-influenced side of the menu and order one of their amazing tacos or empanadas, or you lean toward the delicious tajine and harissas on the main-course menu, you can be sure that you will leave Mesa Verde happy and feeling great.

Runner-Up: The Natural Café


South Coast Deli

There’s a special place in locals’ hearts for this hometown sandwich shop. South Coast not only offers some of the best and largest sandwiches in town, but they also offer customers the option to turn those sandwiches into equally incredible and large salads. The only thing better than grabbing lunch at South Coast in Santa Barbara is knowing that in doing so you are supporting a local business that has long been committed to using products that are sustainable, renewable, and compostable. The deli boasts more than 15 years of being 100 percent plastic-free ​— ​go South Coast Deli!

Natural Cafe Paul Wellman

Veggie Burger

The Natural Café

Meatless burgers seem all the rage these days, with ambitious culinary upstarts replacing animal protein with nutritionally sound and environmentally kind plant-based patties. But to longtime patrons of this Santa Barbara fixture of casual, fresh fare, much of that conversation was pushed to the back burner long ago with their very first bite of the Zen Burger. Or maybe it was the Good Karma Burger. Or the establishment’s Natural Burger. Whatever veggie option it may be, the experience ​— ​at three South County locations ​— ​delivers the comfort of a warm plate of food at a fair price.

Runner-Up: Finney’s Crafthouse


Shalhoob Meat Company

Last year, Shalhoob Meat Company ​— ​which opened its butcher shop in 1973 ​— ​launched its Funk Zone Patio, a food-and-drink oasis for locals and visitors alike along the waterfront, near the foot of Stearns Wharf. Among the burgers and falafel, the tangy spices of an old favorite have wafted to the top: the classic tri-tip cut, cooked in oakwood smoke and finished Santa Maria style before landing on your picnic table, sandwiched between slices of the house garlic bread. “The locals are saying that the tri-tip sandwich is the best in Santa Barbara County,” LJ Shalhoob has noted proudly.

Runner-Up: Creekside Restaurant & Bar

Steak House

Jill’s Place Restaurant

632 Santa Barbara St. 963-0378

Jill’s Place is a true local haunt ​— ​in fact, it would never have been called that if it weren’t for the customers, who frequently said they were going to Jill’s Place rather than Shalhoob Deli, which was the original name when it opened in 1987. In 2002, Jill Shalhoob, of the legendary butcher family, remodeled the place and accepted the name, and it’s now known for expert steaks, stiff drinks, and friendly times. “My food is simply clean, healthy comfort food ​— ​people like the simplicity of good ol’-fashioned home-style cooking,” said Shalhoob, who loves interacting with customers and knows she has a great staff. “They are loyal and hardworking, and they care about Jill’s Place. I hear compliments from customers all the time about the staff, from the back of the house to the servers and bartenders.”

Runner-Up: Chuck’s of Hawai‘i


The Habit Burger Grill

The Habit isn’t a favorite just among locals ​— ​the signature Charburger has been ranked as one of the best burgers in the United States. Since opening its first burger stand in 1969 in Old Town Goleta, the franchise has outgrown its hometown and claims more than 230 restaurants across the States and around the world. Just as the company’s reach has expanded, so has its heart. The Habit has raised more than $1 million for No Kid Hungry, which distributes nutritious food to children across the country.

Breakfast Burrito

Super Cucas

One of the many super things about Super Cucas is their assortment of breakfast burritos. The giant burritos ​— ​stuffed with your choice of meat, scrambled eggs, cheese, and potatoes and beautifully wrapped together in a warm flour tortilla ​— ​are the perfect on-the-go breakfast! And with 20 different options, how could you go wrong? The most popular breakfast burrito among customers is the Ranchero, which comes with both chorizo and bacon and is finished off with a fresh and colorful ranchero salsa. As the first taqueria in Santa Barbara, Super Cucas offers much more than just the best breakfast burritos in town. It has been providing the community with delicious Mexican food at reasonable prices in incredible portions since 1991. Locals could not be more thankful!


Lilly’s Taquería

What gives? Lilly’s Taquería doesn’t serve beer and is closed every taco Tuesday. Yet the line is often out the door. Combinations of words may exist that could adequately describe human cravings for cooked animal protein, ample grease, and a simple wrap of processed corn, but it’s far more fair to let the asada, adobada, cachete, and lengua do the talking. Pithy posts prevail when it comes to food reviews across social media. In high praise of Lilly’s, we’ll single out “undefeated” and “national treasure.”


Rusty’s Pizza Parlor

Multiple locations 564-1111

In 1969, Roger and Carol Duncan pooled their pennies and opened Rusty’s Roast Beef in Isla Vista. Not long after, the Duncans saw a need for a family-style pizza parlor in Santa Barbara and decided to change their roast-beef business into an Italian pie restaurant. Not wanting to purchase a new sign, the couple pulled out the handsaw and cut their existing sign in half, leaving “Rusty’s” and adding “Pizza Parlor.” And the rest is history. Since then, Rusty’s has been a treasured part of the community, filling the paramount pizza niche with eight pizza parlors that are perfect for family gatherings, quick lunches, and, of course, perfect pizzas.

Stellar Service

The Palace Grill

This upscale downtown destination has long occupied Santa Barbara’s greater culinary palate as one of the region’s finest. From jalapeño martinis and popcorn shrimp ​— ​for starters ​— ​to soft-shell crabs and blackened catfish, its Cajun-Creole favorites have become classics. But there’s more. Don’t forget, these memory-making plates of food are prepared and delivered by friendly, knowledgeable, efficient folk, whose hard work has kept these downtown doors open over the decades. Plus, they won’t tell you what to order or drop the check too soon. Lift a glass to that.

Los Agaves Paul Wellman

Mexican Restaurant • Burrito • Salsa

With Los Agaves being Indy readers’ choice for Best Burrito, Best Salsa, and Best Mexican Restaurant, the only logical next step is to rush over to one of their three locations in town for their incredible burrito mojado ​— ​a burrito topped with salsa roja. The next best thing is their chile verde burrito, filled with pork in salsa verde. Los Agaves brings together two of the most wonderful things, salsa and burritos ​— ​what a combination! Owners Carlos and Christian Luna take pride in the fact that “we are a family-owned-and-run business, so coming to Los Agaves is like coming to eat with family. We do our very best to make you feel at home and provide the very best service.” Owners Carlos and Christian Luna take pride in the fact that “we are a family-owned and run business, so coming to Los Agaves is like coming to eat with family. We do our very best to make you feel at home and provide the very best service.”

Runner-Up (Best Burrito): Super Cucas

Runner-Up (Best Salsa and Best Mexican Restaurant): Los Arroyos

Best Sidewalk Café/Patio

Shoreline Café

When the patio includes optional seating right on the sand, there’s only one place in Santa Barbara you could be thinking of: Shoreline Café at Leadbetter Beach. A California institution that never fails to deliver on the dream, Shoreline combines the ultimate dramatic setting with a pitch-perfect beachy menu. As a result, every meal here, no matter how bathing-suit casual, becomes a memorable occasion. Manager Cameron Pyles cites serving hundreds of first responders who were weary and hungry from battling the Thomas Fire as just one of the unforgettable things that happened at Shoreline in 2018.

The spots

Bibi Ji

Bibi Ji is one of the newest restaurants in Santa Barbara, but it’s already the most exciting. This modern Indian restaurant (by way of NYC and SF) is located right on State Street in a neon-light-covered space that works for anything from date night to a group dinner to solo drinks at the bar. We’d drive up from LA just for the uni with biryani rice, but as long as you’re here, you should go ahead and order the full $50 chef’s tasting menu - it gets you eight of the best dishes on the menu, including an entire curry sampler platter and two different desserts.


Santa Barbara County has its own unique food traditions—from Santa Maria barbecue to Santa Barbara spot prawns and the world-class local wines that accompany them—so we’d like to help you find some of the area restaurants that create the distinctively Santa Barbara dining experience. Restaurants are invited to advertise in this dining guide because of their emphasis on using local, seasonal ingredients in their menus and their commitment to real food.

Santa Barbara, Carpinteria and Goleta

Offering a winning combination of local, farm-fresh fare, exceptional service and a unique relationship between beer, wine and food. Chef Ron True crafts his seasonal menu using only the highest-quality, simple and honest ingredients. Farm Friendly Dining Certified. Dinner Mon–Sat 5–10pm, Sun 5–9pm bar 4pm–midnight, Sun 4–10pm.

Santa Barbara’s most innovative breakfast and lunch spot featuring Acai Bowls—bowls of a thick smoothie made from acai, an antioxidant-rich berry, topped with fresh fruit, granola and other toppings. They also offer oatmeal, yogurt, smoothies and more.

Book Ends Café offers unique handcrafted sandwiches and seasonal selections of farm-fresh salads, quiches and treats, all prepared with ingredients sourced from local farmers. Enjoy organic, fair-trade coffee while sitting on the secret and tranquil rooftop patio. Mon–Thu 8am–6:15pm Fri–Sat 8am–2pm.

Bouchon sources all of its ingredients using an “as-fresh-and-as-local-as-possible” approach. Experience fine dining, excellent regional wines and relaxed service in a warm, inviting ambience. Private dining in the Cork Room is available for groups of 10–20. Dinner nightly 5–10pm.

Located just steps away from Chef Daroi Furlati’s flagship eatery, Ca’ Dario Pizzeria offers a casual urban atmosphere to enjoy authenic pizzas, salads and appetizers. The 30-seat restaurant boasts a welcoming bar, perfect for enjoying local or Italian beers on tap. Open for lunch Mon–Sat 11:30am–2:30pm, dinner Mon–Sun 5–9:30pm.

In addition to being a local source for the finest cheeses and artisanal foods, C’est Cheese also serves breakfast and lunch—fresh salads, soups, sandwiches and incredible pastries. Mon-Sat, 7am-6pm. Sun 8am-3pm.

Cielito’s vision is to bring the flavors of Latin American and Mexican inspired cuisine to our Santa Barbara community. The menu features freshly made antojitos (small cravings), which reflect Santa Barbara’s local ingredients and seasonal produce. Cielito also offers a mouthwatering Tequila bar with enticing libations and innovative cocktails as well as a wide selection of Tequilas and Mezcals. The inviting rooms and gracious staff at Cielito reflect our mission to provide both Santa Barbara locals and visitors with an unparalleled and memorable dining experience. Lunch Tue–Sun 11:30am–2:30pm. Dinner Tue–Thu and Sun 5–9pm and Fri–Sat 5–10pm. Happy Hour Tue–Thu and Sun 5–7pm and Fri–Sat 4-7pm.

Experience authentic Northern and Southern Italian regional cuisine at this family-owned and -operated trattoria in downtown Carpinteria. Chef Giovanni prepares each dish from the freshest local and imported foods to offer his creative take on Tuscan grill specialties. Weekday lunch served 11am–3pm. Weekend lunch served noon–3pm. Dinner served 5–9pm. Closed Tuesday

The Goodland Market is a grab-and-go eatery in Old Town Goleta, specializing in delicious, locally-sourced and affordable meals. They prepare food in small batches and utilize produce from local farmers to provide an exceptional culinary experience. Mon–Fri 8am–2:30pm Sat 8:30am–2:30pm.

The Lark offers a new dining experience in the heart of the Funk Zone, featuring artisanal and seasonal ingredients that celebrate our local community. Enjoy dinner and drinks in the architecturally urban-inspired dining room, at the communal table, the bar or out on the patio by the fire. Open for dinner Tue–Sun 5–10pm until 11pm on Fri and Sat.

The Lucky Penny take-away café offers wood-fired pizza, artisan coffee, handmade pastries, seasonal salads, fresh squeezed juices, beer and wine. Enjoy your meal onsite in the picnic area or grab it to go. The perfect place to stop as you meander along the Urban Wine Trail in Santa Barbara’s Funk Zone. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner 7am–9pm seven days a week.

1324 State St.
Santa Barbara
805 892-2800

Renaud’s is a bakery specializing in French pastries and French-style cakes, as well as a bistro offering an extensive menu for lunch and dinner. Open Mon–Sat 7am–5pm, Sunday 7am–3pm.

Sama Sama creates meals inspired by Indonesian food and local farms and markets. Their food and cocktail menu is constantly changing depending on availability from our local sources. They are locally owned and operated and part of the Shelter Social Club family. Lunch Mon–Wed 11am–2pm. Dinner Mon–Sat 5–10pm and Sun 5–9pm. Happy Hour Thu–Fri 4–5pm.

Scarlett Begonia will always strive to have interesting, thoughtful food. Menus change weekly with an innovative, fresh approach to breakfast, lunch and dinner. Showcasing progressive, modern cuisine, Scarlett Begonia features sustainable, organic, high quality ingredients coupled with innovative cooking to provide one of the most food-centric experiences in Santa Barbara. Open for dinner and cocktail hour Tue-Sat 4–9pm, breakfast and lunch Tue–Sun 9am–2pm.

Sly’s is known for great food, with an emphasis on farmers market and local produce, great cocktails and great times in Carpinteria. Open Mon–Fri for lunch 11:30am–3pm, lounge menu weekdays 3–5pm dinner Sun–Thu 5–9pm Fri and Sat 5–10pm and weekend brunch & lunch Sat–Sun 9am–3pm.

The Sojourner has been serving unique dishes created with wholesome natural ingredients for over 30 years. They purchase organic produce from local growers, carry local wines and beers and are known for their innovative desserts. Serving lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Open Sun–Wed 11am–10pm (desserts and drinks until 10:30) Thu–Sat 11am–11pm.

Dedicated to providing an authentic Italian experience, The Pasta Shoppe offers farm fresh, organic ingredients, handmade daily pasta prepared by a former Eataly pasta artist. The Chef’s Counter offers an intimate dining experience, while observing an Italian kitchen at work. Take-away fresh pasta, with gluten-free options. Pasta making and cooking classes. Mon–Wed 10am–8pm, Thu–Sat 10am–11pm, Sun 9am–8pm.

Located in Santa Barbara’s Funk Zone, offering a tapas-style menu, full bar and wide selection of cervezas and vinos. Enjoy a glass of wine and a cheese plate on the charming al fresco patio. Hosting live entertainment and eclectic events weekly.

The Wine Cask Restaurant features the freshest local ingredients, the best wine list in town, and seasonal signature cocktails. They offer fine dining in their exquisite Gold Room and casual dining in the courtyard, and at their Intermezzo bar. Lunch: Tue–Fri 11:30am–3pm. Dinner: Tue–Sun from 5:30pm. Last seating at 9pm Sun–Thu, 10pm Fri–Sat.

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With farm fresh cuisine and sophisticated yet comfortable design, Bell Street Farm offers a distinct environment to enjoy a meal, snack or a wine tasting. The market showcases picnic baskets and accessories for creating a portable meal, as well as gifts and merchandise from local artisans. Open Fri– Mon 10am–6pm.

Opening soon, Beto’s Place will feature casual California cuisine with an emphasis on fresh, local ingredients. Chef Beto Huizar offers a full menu featuring gourmet versions of brewpub favorites like burgers, chicken wings and fish tacos. He takes finger food to the next level with appetizers such as mac and cheese bites, beer battered calamari and several kinds of sliders.

Bob’s Well Bread is about great bread, made the old-fashioned way—handcrafted in small batches and baked to perfection in a custom-built, stone-deck oven. Stop by their bakery for baguettes, croissants, bagels and more. Closed Tue and Wed.

Fresco Valley Café offers a broad menu of dishes made from scratch using homemade family recipes and organic and fresh local ingredients. You will also find fresh pastries, a fine list of local beer and wine and a plentiful catering menu. Wed 11am–8pm Thu–Sat 11am–8:30 pm Sun 11am–8pm.

On weekends Full of Life Flatbread converts their production flatbread bakery space into a restaurant and offers an extremely innovative menu based almost entirely on what is grown locally and in season. Open Thu–Sat 5–10pm, Sunday 4–8pm.

From Santa Maria–style barbecue to more contemporary cuisine such as smoked duck breast, ostrich, homemade soups and outstanding pastries, The Hitching Post II also offers their own world-class Hartley Ostini Hitching Post Wines. Open daily except major holidays. Cocktails/wine tasting Mon–Fri at 4pm, Sat–Sun at 3pm. Dinners only Mon–Fri 5–9:30pm, Sat–Sun 4–9:30pm.

Industrial Eats features wood-fired ovens, craft butcher shop, tap wines and beers, killer pies and the coolest coffee machine on the Central Coast. Open every day 10am–9pm.

The Los Olivos Wine Merchant & Café brings together the best flavors of the Central Coast. Their award-winning wine list offers over 500 wines, primarily from Central Coast winemakers, to enjoy with their fresh, seasonal and local cuisine, or to enjoy at home. Open for lunch and dinner daily 11:30am–8:30pm and Sun 11:30am to 8pm breakfast Sat–Sun 8–10:30am.

S.Y. Kitchen
1110 Faraday St,
Santa Ynez
805 691-9794

An inviting farmhouse in the heart of Santa Ynez, serving modern Northern Italian dishes showcasing local ingredients and Chef Luca Crestanelli’s light touch. Home-made pastas wood-fired pizzas oak-grilled chicken, lamb chops and steak. The bar program features dazzling cocktails crafted by Alberto Battaglini.

Succulent Café is a family-owned business specializing in handcrafted and artisan culinary goods. Featuring buttermilk biscuit sandwiches at breakfast, gourmet sandwiches and salads at lunch and unique local centric plates at dinner. Lunch Wed–Sun 11am–3pm. Breakfast Sat–Sun 9am–2pm. Dinner Thu–Sat 6–9pm.

Bologna Kitchen

“We dedicate ourselves to serving iconic pasta dishes like carbonara, cacio e pepe, bolognese, amatriciana and more. With half of our founding team born and raised in Italy and spending many years researching and traveling there, we discovered the restaurants and the chefs that make the best versions of these iconic dishes. Our drive is to bring these classics to our guests.

We have made every effort to remain true to the heritage of Italian cooking. Our recipes are based, inspired or directly sourced from the very best restaurants in Italy. Some chefs in Italy have allowed us to work with them in their kitchens to learn the recipes firsthand.

Our journey to find the best pasta in Italy took us to Bologna, the epicenter of fresh pasta. We tried but could not make that pasta here. Then the answer hit us, and it was to go in a direction no one has gone before. We needed to make the pasta there and overnight it here, so we built a kitchen and hired a team of experts in Bologna.”

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No matter how big (or small!) your event may be, Fresh Brothers is hands-down the best pizza catering company to call on within Los Angeles, Orange County, and San Diego. Our inclusive menu features traditional and alternative pizzas, including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options, to please everyone at the party.

There are a lot of people in California, which is why Fresh Brothers has a lot of locations. Our 19 pizzerias serve up goodness all throughout Los Angeles, The Valley, Orange County, and San Diego. No matter where you are, finding the best pizza isn't hard we're always nearby!

The Fresh Brothers story starts in Chicago with the Goldberg brothers, Adam and Scott. Scott opened the Miller Pizza Company in 1985, embracing Chicago-style pizza. With the goal of taking Chicago to the coast, brother Adam and his wife Debbie opened the first Fresh Brothers in SoCal in 2008. They combined their family recipes with fresh ingredients, putting a California twist on traditional pizza. This old-school pizza with upgraded nutrition was a hit, and Fresh Brothers only grew from there.

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Daily Greenz Catering + Food Delivery

619 E. Gutierrez St, Santa Barbara

Known as one of the top catering options in Santa Barbara, DailyGreenz, etc. is now offering Curbside Take Out & Delivery. Chef Cristina has over 30 years experience and is a culinary expert – using only the highest quality & local Santa Barbara Ingredients, from local farms and farmers markets.

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Pivoting to new times, we are offering an online menu for to-go brunch, lunch and dinner, with contactless curbside pickup and delivery service. Our new Nosh appetizers pair perfectly with wine and beer flights. We are proud to share our local, delicious cuisine with the greater Santa Barbara community including Montecito and Carpinteria. Order online for curbside pickup at 619 East Gutierrez Street or call 805-636-3812 for Catering inquiries. We are offering a 15% discount for all first-time online orders.

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