A White Jasmine Inn
1327 Bath Street, Santa Barbara, CA, United Stateshttp://www.whitejasmineinnsantabarbara.com(805) 966-0589A White Jasmine Inn is situated in a downtown residential neighborhood. More specifically, within the theater and arts district of the old historic downtown. Our street, Bath street, is parallel and three blocks West of the main street called State Street---which is a five minute walk. Once on the main street the beach is about a 20-25 minute walk. There are plenty of options for dining, shopping, fine arts, sight seeing. Much of this is walking distance.
9 West Victoria Streethttp://bouchonbistro.com(805) 730-1160Award winning Wine Country Cuisine.
Opal Restaurant & Bar
1325 State Streethttp://opalrestaurantandbar.com(805) 966-9676You can "see all of Santa Barbara stroll by" if you snag a window table at this nearly 30‑year‑old bistro, a local "standby" for its "broad" Cal‑Eclectic menu and "excellent" service...
Louie's California Bistro
1404 De La Vina Streethttp://www.louiessb.com(805) 963-7003Louie's California Bistro is a must when in Santa Barbara and wanting some great food in a friendly yet elegant atmosphere. Locally owned and operated by Anne Rizzoli, who had worked at Louie's for many years prior to becoming the "new" owner seven years ago. Louie's has been open for over thirty years now. It has maintained the very special dining experience with the menu and food staying consistent through the years and has been described as "California comfort food served with an elegant flair." Head Chef Tony Manzanares is going on 26 years at Louie's. Along with a professional and loyal staff, the food, presentation and service seems effortless. The wine list is well thought-out and eclectic. It features some great Santa Barbara County and Central Coast wines, Included are Napa Valley Cabernets as well as hard-to-find boutique wines....an array of wines that suit every dish we offer.
Carlitos Café y Cantina
1324 State Streethttp://www.carlitos.com(805) 962-7117Enjoy inspired, fresh Mexican cuisine and award-winning margaritas across from the historic Arlington Theater in downtown Santa Barbara. Colorful umbrellas and a bubbling fountain accent our sun-filled patio while our dining room features lovely views and a cantina stocked with a fantastic collection of 100% Blue Agave tequilas. Add some lively Mexican and South American guitars and you have the makings of a fun filled evening!
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Santa Barbara Winery
202 Anacapa Streethttp://www.sbwinery.com(805) 963-3633Open every day 10:00am-6:00pm — until 7:00 Fr/Sat
Grassini Family Vineyards Tasting Room
813 Anacapa Streethttp://www.grassinifamilyvineyards.com/tasting-room(805) 897-3366Our new Tasting Room in Downtown Santa Barbara brings the best of Happy Canyon right to you. Located in the historic El Paseo shopping center, our tasting room is open from 12-6pm daily. (The final tasting of the day is at 5:30pm.) You also might want to stop in for lunch or dinner at the Wine Cask Restaurant while visiting our tasting room, or enjoy the wines available at the Margerum and Au Bon Climat tasting rooms located right next door to us. Be sure to check our events page for special events at the tasting room!
210 State Streethttp://giessingerwinery.com(805) 568-0820At Giessinger Winery, you will have the opportunity to experience and enjoy wine tasting and delicious food in one of the most lush regions in the world. Our high quality, moderately priced wines bring the art of French wine making to the beautiful California countryside in Ventura County and Santa Barbara Coast.
Oreana Winery & Marketplace
205 Anacapa Streethttp://www.oreanawinery.com(805) 962-5857The name Oreana comes from the grand ranching days of California’s Central Coast. Oreana is a term used by cattle ranchers for an unbranded calf that strays onto your property and is therefore yours to keep. Think of it as found treasure or the renegade spirit of this beautiful region and the wines we produce here.
Shoreline Drivehttp://www.santabarbara.com/activities/beaches/leadbetterLeadbetter is in the city on the edge of the "strip" and offers all the amenities. The Shoreline Beach Cafe offers diners tables on a patio or even in the sand. Outdoor showers, restrooms, a grassy picnic area combine to make this a mecca for the young and active. The normally light surf draws beginning surfers, windsurfers and sailboats. Our favorite part is at low tide you can walk around the point to a wonderfully private, isolated strip of beach.