310 Chapala St.
730 N. Milpas St.
22 Anacapa St.
28 Anacapa St.
The Endless Summer
113 Harbor Way
For more of a meal, check out THE SHOP, a hip spot for breakfast and lunch. The socially minded owners run a nonprofit that digs wells in Uganda, and the best dish on the menu is a Ugandan import — a variation of a street-food dish called “The Rolex” made of scrambled eggs, bacon and a smoked tomato spread wrapped in flatbread for just $6.
When you get thirsty, Santa Barbara’s URBAN WINE TRAIL has you covered. Weaving its way through a neighborhood known as the Funk Zone — it’s chock-full of street art, surf shops and renovated warehouses — the route can be walked or biked easily and includes 17 local producers that offer affordable tasting flights and wines by the glass. Try the MUNICIPAL WINEMAKERS, which is located in a converted tire shop and sells a Pale Pink for $8 a glass. Just next door, at KUNIN WINES, splurge for the $30 syrah to experience vintage varietals from the region’s top grape.
If wine isn’t your thing, take a beer tour instead. Plan to end at the Santa Barbara Harbor marina, where THE ENDLESS SUMMER bar-cafe’s house-label Blonde Ale is on tap for $4 per 10-ounce glass. Drink as you watch the sun set slowly over dozens of fishing boats.