Open Hours: Happy Hour: Daily from 6:00 pm -7:00 pm Enjoy a 30% discount on select cocktails and wines in our artful fireside lounge. Excludes tax and tip. Offered daily from 6 to 7 p.m. Dinner: Daily 5:30 pm -9:30 pm Brunch: Sunday 10:30 am - 1:30 pm Join us on our expansive terrace for a delightful Sunday Champagne Brunch buffet overlooking the best views in Santa Barbara. $60 for adults, $30 for children, plus tax and gratuity.
Named after the Spanish artist Joan Miro, Miro offers stunning views of the Pacific Ocean, an artistic interior and extraordinary New American ... More
Miro at Bacara Resort
Named after the Spanish artist Joan Miro, Miro offers stunning views of the Pacific Ocean, an artistic interior and extraordinary New American cuisine. Dine indoors or out on a spacious oceanfront terrace while enjoying Executive Chef David Reardon's contemporary twist on dishes from around the globe. To further enhance the dining experience is an extensive selection of world-class wines from Miro's 12,000-bottle Wine Cellar. Awarded Wine Spectator's "Best Of Award of Excellence" for 10 years in a row, the Cellar features 1,300 different labels and offers private dining events and reserve wine tastings with Miro's expert Sommeliers. In the adjacent Miro Bar & Lounge, diners enjoy an intimate, fireside setting for an array of tapas and signature cocktails. On Sundays, Miro offers a delightful Champagne Brunch buffet overlooking the best views in Santa Barbara.
Bacara is all about marketing hype; they over-promise, overcharge & underdeliver. The staff is unprofessional, the rooms ok. The warm, Santa Barbara attitude is lacking. There are better hotels w/ much higher value in nearby S.B.& Montecito, more convenient to great restaurants & things to do. You'll get tar on your feet if you stroll on the beach near Bacara; it's next to an oil refinery! Stay at a more guest services oriented hotel in S.B. or Montecito instead, & go to the cleaner beaches & wonderful restaurants. Skip Bacara. It's all marketing hype.
Great Hotel... Me and my family went to the Bacara Resort two weeks ago and it was amazing. The staff was very friendly and the luxury is just great... Expensive but worth every penny! I recommend this hotel to anyone who can afford it.
The place is very expensive. However, from the moment you step in you are treated like royalty. The bistro cafe brunch is fantastic, dinner at Miro was outstanding as well. Never did a hotel employee walk past us without saying hello, offer a ride (there are little golf carts that drive around the grounds) or ask if everything was ok.
I recently stayed here, and all I have to say is it was the worst time of my life. It is very expensive, the rooms were dirty, the people were very rude, and the food tasted distugsting. Do not stay here!
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