Just a few blocks from the waterfront, our restaurant in Santa Barbara operates in a century-old brick building originally home to an industrial linen ... More
Enterprise Fish Company
Just a few blocks from the waterfront, our restaurant in Santa Barbara operates in a century-old brick building originally home to an industrial linen service for seaside hotels. While the Douglas fir floors, soaring ceilings, and glassed cupola have always been features of this historic structure, the sweeping arches facing State Street were added after much of the building crumbled during the 1925 Santa Barbara earthquake. Built in 1917, the historic building now home to our Santa Monica restaurant was once a transfer station for the narrow-gauge Red Car line, Los Angeles' first mass transit system. It was later the repair house for the world-famous Pacific Ocean Park, home to the oldest wooden roller coaster west of the Mississippi. These days, we're still a stone's throw from Venice Beach, heart of where L.A. goes to play -- and eat.
The Eagle Inn is a Spanish Style Boutique Inn with uncompromised charm throughout the historic property. Located only two blocks
from the beach and Santa Barbara Harbor, yet tucked away in the quiet West Beach Neighborhood, makes for a ...
Within walking distance to Amtrak's Santa Barbara station, downtown, shopping, restaurants, park, theatres and watersports. Amenities:Hot Water. Private bathroom. Fan.
Microwave Oven. Non Smoking Rooms. Daily Maid Service. Television. In Room Wireless Internet Access (Free). Telephone. Iron. In Room ...
One of the most significant historical buildings in Santa Barbara, this historic place was the last of four military fortresses
built by the Spanish. It is home for many events throughout the year and guided tours are available.