2 days in Santa Barbara 4

With my #GreatCoastRoadTrip came some seriously tasty California eats. From high-end restaurants in Santa Barbara to cheap street tacos everywhere, it was all good. We also sampled some  (lots)  great craft beer and Californian wine, which only made our meals that much better.

Here’s a quick look back at some of my favorite California eats:


Sweet California Eats – Peanut coated donut from the Donut Prince in Burbank.
Cinnamon bun French toast. Boom.
Marinated lamb taco dish from Los Agaves in Santa Barbara
California Eats and Drinks – Telegraph Brewery in Santa Barbara
Enjoying the brewery scene in Santa Barbara
The best of my California Eats came from this amazing restaurant in Santa Barbara
Lamb curry with gnocchi – Lark, Santa Barbara
Fresh California Eats – Arugula and Asparagus Salad with a soft-boiled egg, pancetta, and parmesan.
Deviled eggs from the Lark, Santa Barbara
Steamed mussels from Loma, Santa Barbara
Fresh ravioli from Loma, Santa Barbara
Wine and cheese pairing on the Urban Wine Trail – Santa Barbara
California eats from the streets
Flapjacks from Somba
Biscuits and gravy. It’s what’s for breakfast.
So. Many. Tacos.


What Say You?

What California eats are your favorite? What did I miss out on? Let’s hear it!

My California eats were part of the  #GreatCoastRoadTrip.Come along at roadtrip.coasthotels.com or through the social media links below.


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10 replies on “My Favorite California Eats”
  1. Avatarsays: Trevor Britt

    There are some seriously amazing fish tacos along the California coast. Baja style!

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