This is a fun family style italian restaurant. Unlike Buca di Beppo, the food here is actually pretty good! The two pastas we ordered were a bit on the rich side. And the garlic bread they serve is sinfully oily. But in general, it was pretty tasty! The service was very friendly. Mid way through our meal, the waiters broke out into song (That's Amore!) and toasted the guests. Sort of cheezy, but after a glass of wine, it could be sorta fun. On Saturday night, we had to wait 30 minutes for a table,
Located one short block from the beach, the Harbor House is a small, quiet inn featuring seventeen one of a
kind guest studios furnished and decorated with lovely antiques and collectibles. All have a home away from home feeling ...
The boutique luxury inn is located on an acre of beautiful gardens just a short walk to the downtown historic
and cultural district. The Simpson House Inn is also within walking distance to fine restaurants and shops, the Santa ...
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.