10 Best Santa Barbara Restaurants (2017 Version)


Santa Barbara limousine services like ourselves transfer clientele to diners on a daily basis. From restaurants overlooking the sea, dining rooms in wine tour country, – to the happening pubs of State Street – these are our recommendations for 10 best dining options on the American Riviera.

10. Bouchon

9 W Victoria Street (website)

9. Toma Restaurant

324 W. Cabrillo Boulevard (website)

8. Black Sheep

26 East Ortega Street (website)

7. The Lark

131 Anacapa St (website)

6. Corazon Cocina

38 W Victoria St (website)

5. Finch & Fork

31 West Carrillo St. (website)

4. Lure Fish House

La Cumbre Plaza, 3815 State Street (website)

Their most famous dish might be the halibut tacos with beans, but the seasonal lobster and abalone are also great picks.

3. Shellfish Company

230 Stearns Wharf (website)

Located on the world famous wharf, this restaurant is particularly famous for its lobster tacos and clams. Their spiny lobster and crab are also outstanding.

2. Brophy Bros

119 Harbor Way (website)

Fresh seafood with incredible views of the harbor. Local favorites include mussels, oysters and baked clams. It has won numerous awards, including for best bloody mary in the city.

1. Los Agaves

600 N Milpas Street (website)

Classic favorites include rellenos, fajitas and nachos at the city’s best rated restaurant. A wide selection of shrimp- and seafood dishes are also served. The salmon tacos are another must.

Looking for something different? Combine wine-tasting tours with dining in Los Olivos or Santa Ynez! Alternatively, check out the dining cruises departing from town.

Whether for dates, an outing with the family or a bigger celebration, all our services are offered with a unique lowest-price-guaranteed.

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10 Best Santa Barbara Restaurants (2017 Version)


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