Thursday, March 25, 2010

Stearns Wharf is Santa Barbara's most visited landmark!

A visit to Stearns Wharf is a wonderful experience with several restaurants to choose from and numerous activities. From Ty Warner's Nature Center to a stop at one of the many specialty stores, including ice cream and candy stores.   Have your palm read at Madam Rosinka's,  sip a glass of wine at Coastal Winery or take a trip on Captain Don's Pirate Cruise. From breakfast to dinner there is a restaurant to meet your culinary tastes.



Santa Barbara Shellfish Co.
230 Stearns Wharf, SB
805 966-6676
open for lunch and dinner daily

A casual eatery located at the end of Stearns Wharf, this is a must visit.  Not only is it true Santa Barbara ambiance, the food is delightful...often locally caught.  Parking is available at the end of the wharf.  Locals love this casual spot, for a bowl of soup or a complete meal.

Moby Dick
805 965-0549
end of Stearns Wharf
open for breakfast, lunch & dinner
7 am until close

A large casual restaurant which is a great place to take the family, including small children.
This restaurant has recently re-established itself as a great place for good local food.  Lots of choice seafood, salads, steak, chicken and pasta.  Also available is an excellent Angus beef hamburger, along with a pretty good selection of local wines. Moby's is also a popular breakfast spot.

Harbor Restaurant
805 963-3311
Located in the middle of Stearn's Wharf
Open for lunch and dinner
valet parking available
A long time favorite, the original restaurant burned to the ground during a fire. Locally owned, this gorgeous spot offers fine dining overlooking the blue Pacific.  Come here for your special ocasions.

Long Board's Grill
805 963-3311
located above the Harbor Restaurant for casual dining and/or cocktails. 
Featuring an outdoor patio and indoor seating plus sports bar.  A great place to take the family and kids. 


visit http://www.stearnswharf.org/
 for detailed information on the restaurants, merchants and activities of Stearns Wharf located at the foot of State Street

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