Saint Remy, a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant inside the new Courtyard Marriott at 1601 State Street near Arrellaga Street, is opening on Monday, December 26th. It will be available for dining seven days a week for breakfast, and offers small bites the rest of the day. You can access the restaurant by entering through the main hotel entrance on State Street and walking through the lobby to the pool area. The restaurant is next to the pool. After your meal feel free to journey up the stairs to their rooftop deck to enjoy the view.

The breakfast menu includes Churros Waffle (cinnamon and sugar pancake, dulce de leche, dark chocolate sauce, churro crumble), Caramelized Fig Waffle (buttermilk pancake, figs, toasted almonds, vanilla Anglaise, whipped honey butter), Nutella Crunch French Toast (Nutella stuffed French toast, bananas, amaretti and hazelnut crumble, vanilla Anglaise), French Toast with Berries (French toast, berries, whipped cream, maple syrup), Choco Chip Pancake (chocolate chips, buttermilk pancake, whipped butter, maple syrup), Blueberry Pancake (blueberries, buttermilk pancake, whipped butter, maple syrup), Frittata (market vegetable, goat cheese, Calabrian chili hollandaise), Shakshuka Benny (sourdough, red pepper sauce, feta crumble, poached egg, cream cheese hollandaise), Farmhouse Sandwich (brioche, baked egg, cheddar, bacon, arugula, hollandaise), and Three Eggs Anyway (with potatoes, toast, jam).

“Saint Remy features the freshest locally-sourced ingredients, delivered with a Mediterranean coastal twist.,” says their website “From breakfast through dinner, every meal is uniformly inventive and crafted with the rich history and culture of the coast. Our cocktail menu offers the familiarity of classics like the Old Fashioned while introducing signature sippers like our debut, Bad Entropy. Our wines are sourced from local vintners such as One Stone Cellars, as well as from Argentina, Spain, and Oregon. With an easygoing and retro-inspired design, Saint Remy makes private parties, date nights, a gathering of friends, and even business meetings comfortable and noteworthy with a relaxed sensibility and palate that is uniquely Santa Barbara.”

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