“Any intel on when the Azul Cocina on Anapamu might actually open? we tried to go in there 6 months ago and were told they just needed some final ADA approvals from the City. they have an interesting menu – might be fun if they ever get open….”

“HI,A long time ago I had a memorable prime rib for my 50th at the “old” Matteis. 25 years later I would like to replicate that event, but it’s been difficult to find prime rib in Santa Barbara besides the Tee-Off. Do you have any intel on good prime rib in SB or the Valley?”

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11 Responses to QUESTIONS OF THE DAY

  1. Erin says:

    The have excellent prime rib at Finch and Fork on Sunday nights

  2. Bill says:

    I had a great Prime Rib at the Timbers but don’t get it medium go for medium rare

  3. Julien says:

    I’ve had good prime rib at Joe’s.

  4. Pete says:

    No one seems to know what’s going on with Azul still. Seems really odd.

  5. Tom says:

    I don’t give Azul Cocina much of a chance. If they’re clueless enough to put ‘Azul’ in the name of their Mexican restaurant only a few blocks from Playa Azul – a Mexican restaurant – how’re they going to run a successful business?

  6. Jonathan says:

    Riviera Bar does good prime rib on certain nights. I think Wednesday through Saturday.

  7. Hefe says:

    Calling themselves Blue Kitchen(translated) when there’s The Blue Beach will doom them?
    I dont see the confusion or think anyone cares.
    If the food and service are good no problem

  8. Drew Hart says:

    I concur with the writer above who mentioned Riviera Bar – being a tad obsessed with prime rib myself, I have gamely tried practically every place that offers it. Have yet to go to Nugget or Finch and Fork (didn’t know about the latter, thanks!), but Riviera’s cut is possibly the best.

    Of course, you can try the prime rib at Lucky’s on Saturdays if you’ve got $95 to spend(!) It used to go for $40…

    Also, in defense of the TeeOff, which is really my favorite haunt in town, theirs is quite good too. Check out the off-the-menu Prime Rib French Dip — they always will do it if you ask —

    • Christine_Z28 says:

      The French Dip at Tee-Off isn’t “off menu” – it’s on the Club menu listing, which I think is the back page. Enjoy! Tee-Off is my favorite!

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