Reviews on Cafe food in Santa Barbara, California, United States. Nestled between the shrub-covered slopes of the Santa Ynez Mountains and the clear blue shores of the Pacific Ocean, Santa Barbara is California at its best. Mission Santa Barbara is an example of 18th-century religious architecture, boasting beautiful grounds and a wonderfully detailed interior. Work up an appetite with a walk through Shoreline Park, then dine above the water on Stearns Wharf. Fig trees, parks, waterfalls, and botanical gardens round out Santa Barbara’s natural beauty.
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4 based on 79 reviews
At Live Oak Cafe we serve breakfast, lunch and dinner using fresh, made in house ingredients with a whole lot of love and care. We serve an eclectic menu that explores the many cultures of California and breathes life into the mundane meal. Dishes range f
Dont let the location --part of the Best western -- scare you. everything was scratch and very good. reasonable prices and good service completed the experience.
4 based on 98 reviews
Brasil Arts Cafe is an establishment that combines many aspects of Brazilian life and culture. We have an eat, drink, move theme which simply means to eat delicious Brazilian cuisine, Drink one of the many organic juices, coffees, or smoothie, or move to
We ordered (espresso and macchiato), we paid, we tried, we were horrified by the taste and left.Interior is Nice, friendly staff, theyâre probably better foodwise
4 based on 119 reviews
Nice neighborhood brunch place. We were swayed by great yelp reviews. Service by Hannah was fast and friendly; as well as the bussers refilling water and coffee. Chicken fried steak ($12) was just ok- nothing spectacular. Husband was pleased with his Denver omelette ($11). Hash brown serving was unnecessarily gigantic. Total with latte and coffee $33
4 based on 165 reviews
Started our trip out of town with an early morning breakfast. Limited number of tables but only had to wait a matter of minutes.We were served coffee immediately and from then on our cups were never empty. I selected a four ingredient omelette and it was perfectly cooked. Choice of toast from breads made on the premises. This place is known for their bakery. Our server was friendly and attentive. I hope to eat there again soon!
4 based on 224 reviews
Located in a 1915 vintage brick and stucco building that once housed an Italian bakery, and La Paloma Cafe, this landmark building has been the home of Paradise Cafe since 1981. Customers can enjoy Paradise Cafe on the heated patio, in the dining room, or
After a couple hours of strolling State Street, we looked for a low key restaurant and found Paradise Cafe....wow! Very quaint and intimate environment with awesome staff! I had the Teriyaki Burger with grilled pineapple and my daughter had Paradise Burger and my son licked the plate of his Braised Pork! I truly love a good home made burger and this absolutely hit the spot! My daughter said it was the best sheâs ever had and wishes she had eaten slower to enjoy it longer! Weâre in the area for two weeks and will probably see this one a few more times...give it a try!
4 based on 199 reviews
the ONLY reason i would knock this gem down is the prices (makes it totally impossible for a college student like myself to justify going here more than a couple times a year)went for my friends birthday brunch and the servers were beyond friendlyâevery table had fluffy blankets because it was getting chilly in the shade and they even brought out a slice of their most roasted beet chocolate cake and sang. overall an adorable brunch place with great food, perfect for a date items ordered:FAMOUS cinnamon roll (to die for)shrimp and grits ($18) perfectly cooked, except for the two poached eggs on top that were completely raw. subbed sausage for avocado so i was missing some flavor and texturelemon ricotta pancakes- fluffy and tasty but had a slight artificial lemmon flavorendless summer omelette crab cakesle burgermocha latte ($6.75)seasonal tears cocktail ($10-12)raspberry mule ($12)
4 based on 331 reviews
We weren't very hungry, so decided to share a sandwich. Many places on the water in Santa Barbara were more upscale than we wanted, and we found Shoreline Cafe. Even on a cold, windy evening it offered a wonderful out in the open view of the ocean behind "windshields" and heaters. We shared a ham and swiss sandwich with fries (you don't have to get seafood or tacos!). It was a good size with plenty of juicy meat. They even brought each half of the sandwich and fries on its own plate at no extra charge. Server Madi was attentive but not intrusive and kept my husband's Diet Pepsi glass full.
4 based on 98 reviews
Omg. Simply perfection. What a place to sit and enjoy breakfast after time on the water!Greeted by the sweetest young man that filled my personal cup with cold brew. Hubby had the French toast. I had the frittata. Both AMAZING!Seating inside and patio. We will be back!
4 based on 245 reviews
We ate here for lunch while in Santa Barbara this weekend. The restaurant has been here for a long time but it was our first visit. My wife and I shared a salad then I had a pastry, scone, for desert. The food was very good and the scone was even better. It's a busy place and parking is a little sparse but everyone was so friendly with a welcoming atmosphere. All of the meals we saw being served looked good. We will try something else next time. Glad we finally stopped here, we have driven past it for years.
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