Travel — California
Santa Barbara Attractions
— Waterfront Electric Trolley
— Santa Barbara Museum of Art
State Street is the most popular street in downtown Santa
Barbara — it runs for miles, starting at Stearns Wharf
on the Waterfront. It's a fun place to stroll and people-watch, especially
during weekend nights when the place is bustling.
Trendy restaurants, cafes, bars and nightclubs are dotted along
the famous street, outdoor arcades and side roads.
And there are so many specialty shops and department stores
located here — it
will keep you shopping for hours.
Downtown Waterfront Electric Trolley
Hop aboard Santa Barbara's Downtown
Waterfront Electric Trolley — it
runs along State Street and the Waterfront starting at 9am until 6pm year-round,
('til 10pm on Fridays
and Saturdays during the Summer).
Just 25 cents a ride (one-way) and
children under 5 ride free, it's a bargain — and a great way to see
Santa Barbara's Waterfront and State Street.
Santa Barbara Museum of
Art is nestled in the heart of State Street — between
W. Anapamu and E. Figueroa Streets.
State Street Restaurants,
Bars, Pubs & Nightclubs
Aldo's Italian Restaurant
Arigato Sushi 805-965-6074
Barcliff & Bair - 805-965-5742
Eladio's - 805-963-4466
Holdren's Steaks & Seafood
Madison's Grill & Tavern
The Natural Cafe
Old Kings Road London Pub
Restaurant & Bar
Pierre Lafond Bistro
Sandbar Mexican Restaurant & Tequila
Santa Barbara Brewing Co
Something's Fishy Japanese
Tonic Patio Bar & Lounge
Off State Street
Arts & Letters
@ Sullivan Goss
Gino's Sicilian Express
Pizzeria - 805-962-9442
Stateside Restaurant -
(Comedy & Salsa Dancing)
More Fun Shopping in Santa Barbara
Visit nearby Montecito (upscale shopping and trendy boutiques), Summerland
(antiques), and Solvang (shops, restaurants, museums, wine-tasting rooms).
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