The story I was told is that La Super-Rica was one of Julia Childs' favorite places to eat in Santa Barbara. I don't know if that's true, but it is one of our favorites. Everything on the menu is so... more
Is everybody happy! That could be the theme for the Palace Grill, a honest to goodness cajun-creole with a little Italian thrown in for good measure restaurant. The fun begins by ordering a "Dean... more
Jennine's is one of the best breakfast places I've been in Santa Barbara. So warm and quaint, it's were the locals flock to. On Upper State street, the food never ceases to be grand. A great place to... more
I noticed there already are a couple of reviews for this restaurant, but I thought I should add mine as well as it reflects a dinner experience and my opininon is slightly different from the others I... more
Like all good things that come to an end, the Cafe Buenos Aires is CLOSED.
I leave the review for my memory of a excellent restaurant of 19 years. It follows:
"Driving on State Street is visiting... more
You will find Chad's in an old Victorian which lends to a warm dining experience. I have been her for New Years Eve, dinner for two and even a Smoker (cigars). The service and food has been excellent... more
The best 5 years of my life... and barely took any pictures of the place. Well, that is only partly true. I took lots of pictures, but in college, they were usually of people doing things one does in...
Driving into Santa Barbara from Los Angeles, today, you see the Pacific Ocean with the Channel Islands on the left and the green hills of the Santa Ynez Mountains of the Los Padres National Forest on...
Santa Barbara holds special meaning for me as it was the town where I met and married my husband, Paul.
He was a professor at UCSB and a mutual friend of ours set us up on a blind date and the rest,...