Daily Archives: Sunday, November 5, 2017

CORAZON AND CAPTAIN FATTY’S COMING TO THE FUNK ZONE

Reader Rambo says that a 2nd location for the Mexican restaurant Corazon, that is currently in the Santa Barbara Public Market, will be coming to 214 State Street, the former site of Rebar Coffee, Entrada Market, American Ale 02, Tri-tip … Continue reading

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TUPELO JUNCTION SELLS LIQUOR LICENSE

Tupelo Junction at 1218 State Street has sold their liquor license. Currently they are not serving any alcohol but are planning to offer beer and wine in the future. My condolences to the many fans of their crab claw Bloody … Continue reading

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SANDBAR REOPENING NOVEMBER 9TH

Readers Wade & Primetime say that signage on the Sandbar at 514 State Street indicates that a “Grand Re-Opening” will take place on Thursday, November 9th.  According to Aaron the Manager, the kitchen is entirely new and the dining and … Continue reading

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SB RESTAURANT WEEK SEEKS EATERIES

This just in from reader Krista: “Hello John, I’m excited to announce the very first Santa Barbara Restaurant Week will take place on February 23 through March 4, 2018. Jordano’s, Pacific Beverage and Mission Linen, all known for their restaurant … Continue reading

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RAMEN FEST

Outpost at The Goodland, 5650 Calle Real in Goleta, presents their third annual Ramenfest on Sunday, November 12th from 12-4 p.m. Santa Barbara’s top restaurant teams, including returning champions Sama Sama and Finch & Fork, as well as fest newcomers Industrial … Continue reading

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THE TULLY OPENS ON THE WEST SIDE

This just in from reader Adam: “Hey guys ..the old Bo Henry’s on San Andres is now The Tully Bar. Great west side spot, cleaned up, and beautiful !!!! Stop by and see owner Tanya Tully.”

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7-ELEVEN UPDATE

The Downtown Organization of Santa Barbara says the company that owns the property at 700 State Street, formerly Panera Bread, Left At Albuquerque, and Ma Dolce Vita, confirmed it will turn part of the 5700-square foot building on 700 State … Continue reading

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