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Santa Barbara Destination Guide

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Culture lovers will be impressed with the wide variety of museums located in downtown Santa Barbara. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the area's many natural attractions, like white sand beaches and mountain trails. A warm Mediterranean climate ensures that most of these are accessible no matter when you visit. And, there's always Santa Barbara's wine country reputation. Walk the Santa Barbara Wine Trail with your friends of bring that special someone. Then when the sun goes down be sure to check out some of the great local pubs, lounges and music venues. When it comes to Santa Barbara there is something for everyone to enjoy.


Bars and Date Spots:


The Bourbon Room
4444 Hollister Ave.
Santa Barbara, CA 93110

An excellent cocktail bar located where Goleta and Santa Barbara meet, The Bourbon Room is your destination when you want something a little different, a night with a drink or two to remember. True to its name, this bar serves up a variety of bourbon-based cocktails, as well as many others. There's also a food menu that highlights local, sustainable ingredients. If that weren't enough, hot and tasty pizzas are cooked onsite, too. If you want to go back home with a story about 'this amazing drink you had in Santa Barbara' (and the inspiration to try to duplicate it), take a trip over to The Bourbon Room.


Velvet Jones
423 State St
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

The best place to hear live music on State Street, this thumping club promises high-energy entertainment and an enthusiastic clientele. Known for its powerful sound system, Velvet Jones puts its speakers to good use with top DJs and amazing bands, from local acts on the rise to national headliners. A full bar serves up the usual cocktails (in dance-safe plastic cups), and musical styles range from hip-hop to punk. If you're up for a quiet night and relaxation, this probably isn't your best bet. If you're in the mood to power through the night, then head on over. During the day, it's still a bar, it's just a little less loud.


The Sportsmans Lounge
20 W. Figueroa St.
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Do you like your bars dark, your drinks strong and your bartenders somewhat surly? Then the Sportsman is the perfect place for you. Built for comfort rather than speed, the Sportsman serves stiff drinks at down to earth prices to a local crowd not necessarily dressed to impress. This is exactly the bar you want to be at when the rest of town is going all silly for some sort of holiday. Cover charge on New Year's Eve, never! Valentine's Day: what's that? This is also the place celebrities go when they don't want to be recognized, so keep your eyes out, but stash your camera. What happens here, stays here.


Old Kings Road
532 State St.
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

From the hard cider on tap to the witticisms lining the wall, everything at Old King's Road smacks of a London-style pub, right smack in the middle of Santa Barbara. Of course there are 17 varieties of beer on tap - and many more offered by the bottle but there are also spirits, with a particular emphasis on scotch. Sporting opportunities include pool, darts and trivia games, including a popular quiz night. On Wednesdays, groups of friends line the bar, answering trivial questions about pop culture and munching on English fish n' chips from a chip shop just down the block. So pull up a stool, grab a pint and settle in for a night of fun, classic pub style.


Joe's Café
536 State St
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Go for dinner and stay for cocktails; this legendary Santa Barbara restaurant transforms into a lively bar as the night goes on. A State Street tradition since 1928, Joe's Cafe offers up the stiffest drinks in town. The martinis are even served with a little bit of backup, still in the shaker. Another part of Joe's undeniable appeal is the huge mix of people that patron Joe's. On a busy night, and almost all of them are, the main floor will be standing room only  packed with coeds, frat boys, fabulous divorcees and forward older men. The kitchen is open for traditional American fare and greasy spoon snacks until 10 pm. Lunch and breakfast are also served.


Elsie's Tavern
117 W. De La Guerra St.
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

If you're in the mood for a relaxing night spent conversing with a few close friends, or making new ones, Elsie's Tavern is the place to go. A neighborhood hangout right in the heart of downtown, this lounge style beer and wine bar consists of a few rooms and a back patio, all with ample seating. Beers on draft range from classic to local to Belgian specialties, and there's even more available by the bottle. There's also wine by the glass, the kind that won't give you a headache the next morning, and snacks, like chips and cups o' noodles. When you get tired of small talk, there's an old style Pac man table in the front room waiting for you to take your opponent to town.


Figueroa Mountain Brewing Company
137 Anacapa St
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Visit this Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co. location in Santa Barbara's Funk Zone to try locally brewed, award-winning beers. Order a pint or sample a beer tasting. Red and white wines from local vineyards are also available. If you're hungry, you can order a pizza from the Lucky Penny nearby or there are a number of other restaurants within easy walking distance. In addition to a spacious indoor bar, there's a great patio that's pet friendly. Figueroa Mountain gets pretty busy on weekend nights, so expect a line and bring your ID because they do card at the Figueroa Mountain Brewing Company.


Arnoldi's Café
600 Olive St.
Santa Barbara, CA

On a balmy Santa Barbara night, head to Arnoldi's with a few friends for drinks, dinner, and a little evening sporting. That's right, in addition to serving hearty Italian food, Arnoldi's also offers you the rare chance to play bocce ball, a game vaguely reminiscent of bowling. Established in 1937 by Guiseppe and Ilda Arnoldi, Arnoldi's Cafe boasts a big, beautiful back patio with two bocce ball courts for recreational play which is a great way to work out after eating some delicious gnocchi or lasagna. And you can't miss the beautiful, old bar presided over by Bucky the Tule Elk. Also worth noting, this is one of the few restaurants in Santa Barbara big enough to accommodate large (and loud) parties.


1331 State St.
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Named after the grandmother who encouraged the owners to open their first restaurant, the Montecito Cafe, Jane is a testament to comfortable, quality dining as exemplified by kind service and delectable family recipes. Their menu offers up a little bit of everything, for entree-sized salads to burgers to amazing linguine with clams. Small, intimate tables dot the venue, with some fireside and balcony seating available. If you're of a social nature and dining alone, or perhaps your group of companions likes a little excitement, opt to sit at the centrally located communal table. You never know who you'll meet while enjoying a fabulous meal.


The Hungry Cat
1134 Chapala St.
Santa Barbara, CA 93101


You want fresh seafood in Santa Barbara? Whether you prefer your sea creatures grilled, raw, and poached or something in between, The Hungry Cat is the place to go to satisfy your fishy wishes. Reserve a table or pull up a seat at the cozy copper bar - both feel just right in this light and bright restaurant hidden just off busy State Street. The menu changes depending on what's fresh, and the cocktails are some of the very best in town. Happy hour features half-priced specialty cocktails that are far and away some of the most delicious drinks in town. This is also the place to go when local Santa Barbara sea urchin is in season.

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