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White Gold Dolphin Pendant with Diamonds, Mother of Pearl and Abalone

812 State Street • Santa Barbara • 805.966.9187 1482 East Valley Road • Montecito • 805.565.4411 BryantAndSons.com


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Fine Outdoor Furniture

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Hayward’s has the largest selection of outdoor furniture and accessories between Los Angeles and San Francisco —in stock for immediate white glove delivery.

7 PARKER WAY SANTA BARBARA (805) 966-1390 haywards1890.com


SANTA BARBARA’S FINEST ART GALLERY where San Francisco and Los Angeles converge to discover, discuss, & acquire

11 East Anapamu St r eet Sant a Bar bar a, CA 93101

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Voted BEST for Designer Jewelry in the United States, featuring over 100 artists, art glass, photography, gifts and more. 1685 Copenhagen Drive Solvang 805 693-8480 www.zfolio.com


An eclectic blend of fashion & accessories for women and girls

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3388 Orcutt Road • 805.922.9195 Mon-Sat: 10-5 • Sun: 11-5

Los Olivos

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890 Price St • 805-773-1055 Mon-Thurs: 10-5 • Fri-Sat: 10-7 Sun: 11-5 wildflowerwomenboutique.com #LOVEWFW @WILDFLOWERWOMENBOUTIQUE

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BOUTIQUES | GALLERIES HOME DECOR STORES 57 The Shopkeepers 59 Coco Cabana 61 Occhiali 63 Chapala & Parker 66 Marc Normand Gelinas 69 Bryant & Sons, Ltd. 70 ZFolio 71 J. Woeste in Los Olivos 82 Reed Interiors 84 Reed Closets

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WINTER IN PARADISE

Sun-kissed days, cozy nights, and fall fashion at the Belmond El Encanto

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SUN-TH 12- 7P M | F RI-SAT 12- 8PM 131 ANACAPA STREET, STE. C | SANTA BARBARA, C A 93101 | 805- 456- 2700 @ S B W I N E C O L L E C T I V E | S A N TA B A R B A R AW I N E C O L L E C T I V E . C O M

SUN -TH 11AM-9P M | F RI–SAT 11AM - 10PM 121 E. YANONALI STREET | SANTA BARBARA , C A 93101 | 805- 880- 4227 @TYGERTYGERSB | TYGERTYGERSB.COM

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IN EVERY ISSUE

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WHAT'S NEW

Get the scoop on the latest and greatest new store, restaurant, and tasting room openings around SB

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EAT + DRINK

Savor the diversity of flavors the American Riviera has to offer

WINE + DINE FEATURES

Get to know some of Santa Barbara's boldest taste makers, restaurant owners, and chefs 30 Tyger Tyger 33 The Project 34 Los Olivos Cafe 37 Dart Coffee Co. 38 Bien Nacido

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SANTA BARBARA STYLE

A seasonal sampler of Santa Barbara's best fashion, home decor, jewelry, art and gifts

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DESTINATIONS AND CALENDAR Explore the world of options and opportunities to get out & play

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A SOULFUL BOWL OF GOLD

Local chef Ayda Robana shares her take on Tunisian "poor man's stew" Lablabi

ON OUR COVER

The fall/winter fashion feature was shot on location by photographer John Schell at the Belmond El Encanto. Model Tracy Kristine wore a variety of looks from the area's best boutiques. For more fall fashion go to page 72.

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John Schell Matt Dayka Erin Feinblatt Jacqueline Pilar C O N T R I B UTIN G WR I T ER S

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Griffin Publishing 3868 Pueblo Avenue Santa Barbara, CA 93110 Phone: 805.682.3105 • Fax: 805.233.6525 Email: info@griffin-pub.com

IT’S AN EVENT Experience an elegant night of dining and lasting memories. Featuring fresh, local ingredients, unexpected flavors and an extensive wine list, it’s a sure bet. Open for dinner daily 5pm-10pm, lounge 4pm-11pm. Call 805.686.0855 for reservations.

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R I V I NG T O N

DENIM CUSTOM TAILORED TEES SWEAT SHIRTS BOOTS LEATHER GOODS BAGS GIFTS

Model: Devin Terrill Photographer: Matt Chenot Creative Direction: Owen Scheid Location: Maritime Museum “Ranger”

1114 State Street #25 8055601580 acerivington.com


The Project

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what's Get to know Santa Barbara's newest kids on the block. BASKE, a true marriage of passion and design, was created by husband and wife team Dave and Nana. They're as enthusiastic about designing shoes as they are about curating other independent brands, both local and global, that evoke a sense of effortless style. Pop into the Montecito store to see their soulful collection of kicks. 1268 Coast Village Road, 805.324.4194, baskecalifornia.com CAFFE LUXXE is on a mission to bring Northern Italian-style espresso to Montecito, with a focus on a classic dark chocolate and caramel base flavor profile with a hint of jasmine.  Indulge in a seasonally rotating collection of small-batch single-origin brewed coffees, alternative dairy-free milks, and fresh daily baked pastries, including gluten-free options. 1014 Coast Village Road, 310.394.2222, caffeluxxe.com Local fashion designer CATHERINE GEE, who recently opened a flagship store at The Mill, is best known for variations of her signature silk slip dress and coveted collection of resort-driven pieces. Continually inspired by the southern California palette and climate, her designs are also informed by the light and tone of the Mediterranean. The result is a beautiful melding of flowing, feminine, and effortless Santa Barbara style with the clean lines of an understated European influence. 414 E. Haley Street, 805.324.4699, catherinegee.com

Oppi'z Bistro Coco Cabana

The surf 's always up at the resort-inspired lifestyle boutique COCO CABANA. Pop on over to the Montecito Country Mart and check out the exquisitely curated selection of swimwear, jewelry, accessories, clothing for men and women, and goods for body and home. The space is small, but it's big on Santa Barbara style. 1026 Coast Village Road - Suite A, ilovecococabana.com THE GLASS HOUSE cocktail garden is inspired by the life and impact of botanist and adventurer David Fairchild. The menu features a healthy selection of botanical spirits, and the bar lounge proudly takes a sustainable and innovative approach. The quality cocktails are crafted from ingredients representing places from all over the globe, but grown as locally as possible including from their own aquaponics farms. 628 State Street, 805.618.1894 20

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Calling all oenophiles and wine nubies alike, J. WILKES is set to open a State Street tasting room this fall. Stop by, swirl a pour, and taste the reason why they believe the greatest value and expression of a wine-growing area is the careful blending of vineyards and harvest dates. 35 State Street, jwilkes.com For a modern, non-conventional take on traditional Italian cuisine check out new State Street eatery OPPI'Z BISTRO. Owner Guido Oppizzi has reinterpreted the traditional concept of the pizzeria by designing a unique menu, including a novel assortment of gourmet pizzas, prepared with a secret recipe of naturally slow-24 hour-fermented dough. Try the black pizza dough, a delicious salad, savory cheesecake, or choose from a variety of vegetarian and glutenfree options. 1026 State Street, 805.770.7390, oppiz-sb.com The newest addition to the Funk Zone line-up is RODEO OF THE ARTS GALLERY. The warehouse turned art gallery featuring Wallace Piatt's Pop Americana works, is devoid of even the slightest hint of high-brow snobbery. Here, all lovers of art are welcome! Be sure to head next door to check out the gallery's sister store, Loveworn, where there's always something creative happening. 11 Anacapa Street,@wallaceisart

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Located on the outer edges of the Funk Zone, but every bit as happening and funky, is the restaurant-taproom mashup known as THE PROJECT. The food component is an extension of the wildly popular upscale Mexican street food restaurant CORAZON COCINA. And like a marriage made in heaven, the adjoining Taproom offers craft brews from CAPTAIN FATTY'S plus a mix of beers from other local breweries, as well as locally produced ciders, meads, and Juns. 214 State Street, 805.869.2820, theprojectsb.com

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y Rosé, riesling, sparkling wine and an ice-cold rice lager - all go well with the spice and the diverse flavors in the Tyger Tyger mix.

PEOPLE’S CHOICE

Popular Khao Soi curry like you’d find in northeastern Thailand here with egg noodles and braised pork, garnished with chopped cilantro, red onion, bean sprouts and house-fermented mustard greens.

COCO-NUTTY

The chef ’s favorite ingredient? “Easy,” he says. “Coconut. Paired with lemongrass and lime, it makes a great base.” Try it here in a kaffir-lime-cured local rockfish, or the vegan Malaysian curried cauliflower served over housemade coconut yogurt.

A SIMPLE FINALE

Sticky rice with mango and coconut may be the most soothing dessert ever. You can also get it with Fruity Pebbles on top. (Hey, the chef digs it.) And don’t miss the organic Monkeyshine soft-serve ice cream served in a Korean-style koi-embossed waffle cone.

TYGER TYGER: HEART & SOUL OF SOUTHEAST ASIA

It’s the place for thoughtful, playful, highly flavorful food served with an utter lack of pretense in the heart of the Funk Zone. Just look for the pink lanterns in front. FLAVOR PROFILE Traditional ingredients are the big draw, says Chef Daniel Palaima. “I like how bright, healthy and diverse regional Southeast Asian cooking is, and we try to paint an image of that with our food.” Chef Daniel Palaima

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121 E Yanonali Street • 805.880.4227 • tygertygersb.com FALL/WINTER 2019


ANDERSEN'S DANISH RESTAURANT & BAKERY Andersen's, where everything is made daily from scratch, is known for their fine European and Nordic cuisine. Their State Street patio is the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine or a Mimosa. 1106 State Street, 805.962.5085

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BOATHOUSE Located at Hendry's beach, the Boathouse is a hip, nautical eatery that serves mouth-watering dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The ocean views here can't be beat. 2981 Cliff Drive, 805.898.2628

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BLUEWATER GRILL Bluewater Grill's selection of sustainably caught seafood features a full raw bar, oysters and local sea urchin, seasonally available halibut and white seabass all served in the airy, two-level restaurant with an upstairs bar and outdoor patio. 15 E. Cabrillo Blvd., 805.845.5121

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CA DARIO Cá Dario has been one of Santa Barbara's favorite Italian food restaurant for many years. The food is excellent, the decor is inviting and lively, and the staff is professional and attentive. The menu includes savory antipastis, tasty pastas, risottos, and other mouth watering entrees. 37 East Victoria Street, 805.884.9419

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Ca dario pizzeria The pizzas here range from an ultra-traditional Margherita to fresh takes such as the Soffione con Uovo, with dandelion greens, mozzarella and a farm egg. The Rossa Piccante, features Fresno chilies, spicy Calabrese salami, tomato and mozzarella. Any pizza can be made with the owner's special gluten-free crust. 29 East Victoria Street, 805.957.2020 38 West Victoria, Public Market

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CASA BLANCA Casa Blanca is a lively Mexican restaurant with a terrific bar, lots of seating options, both indoors and out, and a reasonably priced menu. Mexican classics include chile rellenos and fajitas, as well as specialties like the Puerco en salsa tomate. 330 State Street, 805.845.8966 FALL/WINTER 2019


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THE PROJECT A NEW PULSE ON LOWER S TAT E

WHAT HAPPENS when two great local places for food and drink collide? In this case, the happy crash has resulted in The Project. The restaurant-taproom mashup at the edge of the Funk Zone offers a tantalizing food-and-drink experience for lovers of fantastic Mexican street food and a range of familiar, exotic, and experimental craft beverages. It’s the essence of 21st-century Santa Barbara dining: everything is well-defined and made with purpose and integrity, but also mixed, matched and intermingled. The food vision is an extension of Corazon Cocina in the Public Market, beloved for its upscale, habit-forming Mexican street food. Shared small plates are the norm here, but there are also steaks, whole grilled fish and even burgers. The Project’s liquid component, Taproom, has the signature of the popular Captain Fatty’s in Goleta but goes beyond. It

Left: Corazon Cocina owner Ramon Velazquez and Captain Fatty's owners Preston Angell and Matt Minkus. Above: An assortment of craft brews, ciders, meads, and Juns from Captain Fatty's. Below: Corazon Cocina's fresh, colorful Big Eye Tuna tostada accompanied by a signature Margarita.

offers four permanent craft brews, plus a rotating mix of beers in many styles from Captain Fatty’s and other local breweries, as well as locally made ciders, meads and Juns. Corazon also has a full bar with a terrific mix of tequilas and smoky mezcals, and cocktails that complement the food. One, the Strawberry Fields, is inspired by the workers who pick the Oxnard strawberries featured in the drink, along with tequila, mint, elderflower, lime and agave. Best of all, you can roam freely between both places, landing where you will to enjoy food, drinks and friends. The Project Corazon Cocina & Taproom

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CHILL SPOT: LOS OLIVOS WINE MERCHANT & CAFE CHASING YOUR FAVORITE varietal along rural roads in the Santa Ynez Valley can be a blast. But sometimes - like when it’s hot or raining or you just want to chill it’s nice to settle in someplace where the food is farm-to-table fresh, the welcome is warm, the pretense is non-existent, and wine offerings from Santa Barbara to Mendocino are right at your fingertips. Los Olivos Wine Merchant & Café is just such a place. Choose from the wraparound bar, the comfortable dining room, or the shaded outdoor tables in front, and let the enjoyment begin. Proprietors Sam and Shawnda Marmorstein provide much of the produce from their organic family farm, about a mile away, adding a seasonal signature to “Mary’s chicken,” homemade gnocchi with seasonal vegetables, salads that are fresh-picked crisp and other dishes. Feel like having just a beer and fries? Then get that, or a dessert to share or a whole meal. “It’s about providing the experience the customer wants, whatever it is,” Shawnda says. “That and providing a place where people can meet local winemakers,” which happens here at special monthly events. Happy hour runs from 3-6 pm weekdays, with value-priced bar food, beer and wine. It’s a good time to try the Marmorsteins’ first Bordeauxstyle blend, bottled under the Bernat family label.

"It’s about providing the experience the customer wants, whatever it is."

Shawnda Marmorstein

2879 Grand Avenue, Los Olivos 805.688.7265 • winemerchantcafe.com

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D'ANGELO'S BAKERY D’Angelo's is the kind of bakery locals love and visitors are overjoyed to find. Choose a table indoors or out and enjoy freshly baked European-style breads and pastries and great breakfasts and lunches. 25 West Gutierrez Street, 805.962.5466

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ENTERPRISE FISH COMPANY For over 40 years this Santa Barbara staple has been serving up wild-caught and sustainably sourced seafood. Enjoy favorites like live Maine lobster, freshly-shucked oysters, premium steaks, shellfish, and EFC’s famous lobster bisque. Don’t miss their award-winning happy hour. 225 State Street, 805.962.3313

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CORAZON COCINA Join Chef Ramón Velazquez for fresh ceviches, mouth watering tacos and homemade agua frescas. Our favorite is the Tia Juana - Spanish octopus, Mexican wild shrimp, Oaxaca cheese, avocado, almond arbol salsa and roasted anaheim chiles. 38 West Victoria, Public Market, 805.845.0282 214 State Street, 805.869.2820

1187 Coast Village Road #9, Montecito 805.770.7170 • khaokaeng.com located downstairs • free parking in the back reservations - www.resy.com

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FISHOUSE FisHouse has built its huge following by offering ultra-fresh seafood, good drinks, an excellent happy hour, great prices and exactly the kind of friendly, casual atmosphere that beach volleyball players, fishermen, families, locals and visitors love. 101 East Cabrillo Blvd., 805.966.2112

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HELENA AVENUE BAKERY Helena Avenue Bakery is a home-style artisan bakery and casual cafe offering rustic, organic breads, handmade seasonal pastries, scratch-made breakfast fare, gourmet sandwiches and seasonal salads. Takeout and delivery options are available. 131 Anacapa Street, 805.880.3383 FALL/WINTER 2019


LOCAL LIBATIONS DART COFFEE CO. IN THE GARDEN

 Erika Carter and David Dart, the couple who own and operate Dart Coffee Co., are true Funk Zone locals. They live on the main drag, Yanonali Street, a stone's throw from their coffee shop and roastery. Erika, an accomplished artist, paints across the street from the coffee shop at Green House Studios, a space she shares with fellow artists Virginia McCracken and Liz Brady. Earlier this year her son, Carter Hallman, and his partner, Sami Weiss, established Funk Zone Farm on the property. The verdant plot, now known as The Garden @ Green House Studios, is maintained by friends and family. Dart Coffee Co.'s roasted-onthe-premises coffee is as good as it gets, and it's a fine thing to sit at the shop and enjoy a perfect cup and a pastry. Now, there is a new perk to the experience. When ordering, you might be told, "The Garden is open." That means you can order your goodies, carry them across the street, and choose a table under the trees among the raised beds loaded with seasonal organic produce and flowers. Sit back, settle in, and listen to the birdsong while connecting with friends in this unexpected urban oasis.

Dart Coffee Co. 121 E. Yanonali St.

Get your fix of Dart Coffee Co. online at dartcoffeeco.com

Green House Studio and The Garden 136 E. Yanonali St.

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BIEN NACIDO AND SOLOMON HILLS

LOCAL LIBATIONS

Visitors enjoy a delectable pour in the Los Olivos tasting room; Tasting Room Manager Jason Villalobos; Four of the many award-winning vintages produced by Bien Nacido.

Anyone familiar with Santa Barbara County wines knows the magic words “Bien Nacido”, the name of the renowned vineyard located in the Santa Maria American Viticultural Area (AVA). It’s also the name of the venerable Bien Nacido & Solomon Hills Tasting Room in Los Olivos. In 1973, brothers Bob and Steve Miller, whose family had been farming the Central Coast for 100 years, planted 300 acres of cool-weather-loving Burgundian varieties Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. These many years later, grapes from the acclaimed vineyard — now 900 acres and including Syrah as well — remain in tremendous demand. Consistently highly-rated varietal wines born of the vineyard are available at the tasting room in Los Olivos, a

relaxed, pedestrian-friendly town focused on wine, food, antiques, art and good times in the heart of Santa Barbara wine country. Novices can gain wine knowledge in the tasting room, experts will find benchmarks of the Santa Maria AVA style, and on Saturdays, everyone can enjoy music that enhances the experience. If you’ll be gathering with friends, consider reserving the back room, which seats 15, for a private tasting. With a pedigree that includes the Ritz-Carlton Bacara, new Tasting Room Manager Jason Villalobos is infusing the tasting experience with a full dose of Southern California energy and style.

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JILL'S PLACE A little off the beaten path sits Jill's Place, a favorite among locals for their "old school dinner menu" of steaks, fish, chops and chicken all of which include soup, salad and a choice of sides. The meats at Jill's Place are hand picked daily and come directly from their local family-owned meat company. 632 Santa Barbara Street, 805.963.0378

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JOE'S CAFE The city’s oldest restaurant opened in 1928 in what had previously been a laundry, a blacksmith and a slew of restaurants. Guests stream in beneath the classic neon marquee, then gather at the bar for famously generous cocktails or hunker down in booths for some good, old American saloon food. 536 State Street, 805.966.4638

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HOLDREN'S STEAK & SEAFOOD Elegant and timeless, Holdren’s Steaks and Seafood, features USDA prime midwestern corn-fed beef, charbroiled over a mesquite grill. The "Cowboy Cut", their signature steak, is a 20-ounce prime bone-in rib chop served over spicy onion rings. Their fresh seafood selection includes bacon wrapped barbecue tiger prawns, seared Hawaiian ahi, and shrimp scampi. 512 State Street, 805.965.3363

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Finds

From Montecito to downtown to the heart of the bustling harbor, each of these establishments offers a unique vision and taste of Santa Barbara's local vibe.

STELLA MARE'S

For 23 years Stella Mare’s has been serving true traditional French cuisine in a historic, cozy converted house dating to 1872 and set beside the peaceful waters of the Andree Clark Bird Refuge. To locals, it’s as comfortable as a favorite chair. To visitors from Los Angeles and far beyond, it’s the closest place for perfectly prepared classics like coq au vin, cassoulet, escargot, mussels with frites, quiche lorraine, grilled artichokes, and an array of steaks at fantastic prices. Wherever they come from, year after year customers keep saying, “It feels like home away from home.” 50 Los Patos Way • 805.969.6705 stellamares.com

CEBADA WINERY & TASTING ROOM

Cebada Estate Vineyard, Winery and Tasting Room are the realization of proprietor Sandra Newman's dream. She purchased land 12 miles from the Pacific Ocean, where she grows Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay, and organic blueberries. This owner, winemaker and horticulturist takes an Old World approach to producing beautifully aged wines that have clean flavors and are low in alcohol. Enjoy Cebada's Sparkling Blanc et Noir (with no added sugar); the bright, crisp Rosé of Pinot Noir; Chardonnays created in the style of France’s Chablis region, and balanced Pinot Noirs you would think come from Burgundy. Visit the tasting room in the historic El Paseo in downtown Santa Barbara. 813 Anacapa, Suite 6 • 805.451.2570 cebadawine.com

BROPHY BROS.

The landmark seafood restaurant in the Santa Barbara harbor has views that are second to none. Pull up a stool at the long bar and meet some locals, enjoy the lively dining atmosphere at an indoor table, or head to the outdoor balcony, where you can lean in to the bar or grab a table. More than a thousand customers daily come for the homemade, New England-style seafood and the feeling of being part of this special experience at a Santa Barbara standard bearer where everyone is welcome! 119 Harbor Way • 805.966.4418 brophybros.com

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KHAO KAENG The same folks who brought the instant-favorite Empty Bowl Thai noodle shop to the Public Market downtown, have now opened Khao Kaeng in Montecito, where they are serving equally authentic curries and other Thai specialities. 1187 Coast Village Road, 805.770.7170

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THE LARK Indulge in a shared dining experience featuring local and seasonal ingredients that celebrate the bounty of the Central Coast. The menu is imaginative yet approachable with dishes made entirely from scratch showcasing Santa Barbara County's wineries, farms, and ocean offerings. 131 Anacapa Street, 805.284.0370

Adam and Tom White 1981

Santa Barbara Shellfish Company at the end of historic stearns wharf

Don’t Call, Just Get out Here!

Voted Santa Barbara’s Best Restaurant with a View BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER • HAPPY HOUR

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LOS AGAVES Fresh ingredients and careful cooking are reflected in a menu full of delicious regional dishes from central and southern Mexico, Puebla, Oaxaca and, in particular, Guadalajara. 600 North Milpas, 805.564.2626 2911 De La Vina Street, 805.682.2600 7024 Market Place Drive, Goleta, 805.968.7024

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Voted Best Steakhouse in Santa Barbara 2007 - 2017 SB News Press • SB Independent santabarbara.com

Featuring Prime Steaks Award Winning Wine List Dinner begins daily at 5:00 Lunch Mon. - Fri. 11:30 - 3:00 Sunday Brunch 10:00 - 3:00

512 State Street 805.965.3363

COME ON GEThappy QUENCH YOUR THIRST AT THESE LOCAL WATERING HOLES.

DOWNTOWN

Bluewater Grill 15 East Cabrillo Blvd., bluewatergrill.com The Brewhouse 229 West Montecito Street, sbbrewhouse.com Casa Blanca 330 State Street, casablancasb.com Finney’s Crafthouse & Kitchen 35 State Street, finneyscrafthouse.com FisHouse 101 East Cabrillo Blvd., sbfishhouse.com Goat Tree Hotel Californian 36 State Street, thehotelcalifornian.com The Good Lion 1212 State Street, goodlioncocktails.com Holdren’s 512 State Street, holdrens.com Jill’s Place 632 Santa Barbara Street , jillsplacesb.com Joe’s Cafe 536 State Street, joescafesb.com Pickle Room 126 E. Canon Perdido Street, threepickles.com/pickel-room Test Pilot 211 Helena Avenue, testpilotcocktails.com

UPTOWN/ELSEWHERE

Boathouse at Hendry’s Beach 2981 Cliff Drive, sbfishhouse.com/boathouse Le Stella Cafe 3302 McCaw Avenue, lecafestella.com

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Los Arroyos 5764 Calle Real, losarroyos.net

MONTECITO

Los Arroyos 1280 Coast Village Road, losarroyos.net

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LOQUITA Authentic Spanish food is "spoken" here, including hot and cold tapas, wood-fired grilled seafood and meats, and seasonal paella alongside Spanish and local wines,creative cocktails, Spanish vermouths, farmers market Sangria, and a rotating selection of Spain’s king of cocktails, the Gin-Tonic. 202 State Street, 805.880.3380

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LUCKY'S Lucky's proves that great food and service never go out of style. Terrific ingredients make a noticeable difference on this a la carte menu that boasts a huge selection of different cuts of USDA prime beef, live lobsters and the freshest seafood. Sides range from skinny onion rings and creamed corn to locally grown vegetables, tomatoes and salad greens. 1279 Coast Village Road, 805.565.7540

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LOS ARROYOS This homemade Mexican food is freshly crafted every day using only the finest ingredients. Their original recipes offer a variety of dishes from traditional fare such as tamales, and pozole, to modern cuisine including ceviche and the Mama’s Salad with grilled vegetables. 14 West Figueroa Street, 805.962.5541 1280 Coast Village Road, 805.969.9059 1992 Old Mission Drive, 805.693.2994

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LUCKY PENNY Lucky Penny is a takeout or dine-in restaurant in the heart of Santa Barbara’s Funk Zone, featuring artisanal pizzas from a wood-burning oven, garden fresh salads, house-made hot & cold sandwiches, and house-made baked treats. 127 Anacapa Street, 805.248.0358

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MOLLIE'S The new State Street location for famed Montecito restaurant Trattoria Mollie offers Chef Mollie's beloved brand of fresh, classic Italian cuisine. It's the perfect place in the theater district to grab a bite before a show and the Lasagne Bolognese is a locals' favorite. 1218 State Street, 805.706.8874

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MONKEYSHINE Monkeyshine offers Asian-inspired organic soft serve ice cream and frozen organic fruit pops. Try one of these terrific treats as a perfect end to a Tyger Tyger meal or take one to go on the way to the beach or on a stroll through the Funk Zone. 121 E. Yanonali Street, 805.880.4228 FALL/WINTER 2019


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SANTA BARBARA SHELLFISH COMPANY Located at the end of Stearns Wharf, hungry patrons crowd this casual restaurant where hefty crab and lobster are dropped into boiling cauldrons while award-winning chefs diligently work the open kitchen serving up signature dishes that rival any four star restaurant. 230 Stearns Wharf, 805.966.6676

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SANTO MEZCAL Santo Mezcal brings a welcome infusion of firstrate, authentic regional Mexican food to lower State Street. The newest addition to the Los Agaves family of restaurants is a bit more upscale than its siblings, with table service, a modern interior and a full bar. 119 State Street, 805.883.3593

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RENAUD'S PATISSERIE & Bistro Indulge in delectable authentic fresh-baked French pastries, tarts, cakes, cookies and other culinary creations by Chef Renaud at all three area locations. 1187 Coast Village Road, 805.324.4510 3315 State Street, 805.569.2400 1324 State Street, 805.892.2800

Serving the Freshest Seafood in SB!

ENTERPRISE FISH CO.

Award-Winning Happy Hour Lobster Special | $1 Oyster Special

225 State Street | 805-962-3313 | enterprisefishco.com

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DOWNTOWN

Breakfast Culture Club 711 Chapala Street Crushcakes ­1315 Anacapa Street Dart Coffee Co. 121 East Yanonali Street D’Angelo Pastry & Bread 25 W. Gutierrez Street The French Press ­1101 State Street & 528 Anacapa Street Handlebar Coffee ­128 E. Canon Perdido Street Helena Avenue Bakery 131 Anacapa Street Goat Tree Hotel Californian 36 State Street Jeannine’s ­15 E. Figueroa Street Lucky Penny 1 ­ 27 Anacapa Street Renaud’s Patisserie 324 State Street Santa Barbara Roasting Company 321 Motor Way More hot spots for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and everything in between can be found online at: DININGANDDESTINATIONS.COM Helena Avenue Bakery

330 STATE STREET • 805.845.8966 CASABLANCASB.COM

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A taste of Paris ... Without the trip to France! Now in Montecito, CA.

UPTOWN/ELSEWHERE

Daily Grind 2001 and 2912 De La Vina Street Good Cup ­1819 Cliff Drive Handlebar Coffee ­2720 De La Vina Street Jeannine’s ­3607 State Street Renaud’s Patisserie ­3315 State Street Vices & Spices ­3558 State Street

MONTECITO

Bree’osh ­1150 Coast Village Road Honor Market ­1255 Coast Village Road Jeannine’s ­1253 Coast Village Road Renaud’s Patisserie 1187 Coast Village Road

SUMMERLAND

Red Kettle Coffee 2275 Ortega Hill Road Dart Coffee Co.

renaudsbakery.com | facebook.com/renauds.bakery | @renaudspatisserie

Padaro Beach Grill 3765 SANTA CLAUS LANE • CARPINTERIA 805.566.9800

FAMILY STYLE VENUE • ISLAND AND OCEAN VIEWS • CATERED EVENTS WWW.PADAROBEACHGRILL.COM

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Tre Lune Creating genuine Italian cuisine with love and care is Tre Lune’s stock in trade. A favorite with Montecito residents, “Three Moons” is set in a charming setting. Enjoy high-quality Italian cooking served in the lively dining room, with its historic black-and-white photographs, white table cloths and hardwood floors. 1151 Coast Village Road, 805.969.2646

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TYGER TYGER Cuisine inspired by the bold flavors discovered in street food carts of Thailand and Vietnam define this Funk Zone locale. Scratch-made from the year-round local bounty of fresh produce, seafood, and proteins from the Central Coast, Chef Palaima’s menu is for grazing and sharing. 121 E. Yanonali Strret, 805.880.4227

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TOMA Savor exquisite Italian and Mediterranean cuisine at SB waterfront's most romantic restaurant and select a varietal from the extensive list of local and Italian wines or a hand-crafted cocktail from the full bar. Enjoy friendly and attentive service while dining window-side with a enchanting view of the Santa Barbara harbor. 324 West Cabrillo Blvd., 805.962.0777

EDNA VALLEY PIONEERS • SINCE 1973

Join us for a tasting of our world class Chardonnay & Pinot Noir

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.............................................................. ACE RIVINGTON Located in downtown Santa Barbara this men’s clothing store is inspired by the spirit of adventure and offers fashion basics in updated fits. The jeans, produced in Los Angeles, are sewn from imported Italian denim. You'll want to live in the terry sweatshirts and super soft tees. Take advantage of on-site tailoring and alterations while you sip one of Ace’s famous mojito’s, and soak in the sounds of Buena Vista Social Club - a truly unique shopping experience. 1114 State Street #25, 805.881.2999, acerivington.com AMERICAN COLORS At this flagship store located just off of State Street you'll find a collection of exceptional basics, including shirting, dresses, tunics, and tees in an array of sophisticated colors. The silhouettes are classic and the fits fantastic. All of the raw materials for the goods are sourced from Japan, garment-dyed and made in small lots exclusively in the U.S. 11 West Canon Perdido Street, 805-962-1133, americancolorsclothing.com ANTOINETTE offers a shopping experience that covers everything from cosmopolitan dressing to a more relaxed Santa Barbara style. Shop a beautifully curated selection of the finest European fashions, jewelry and footwear from world-renowned designers from Italy, France, and America. 1046 Coast Village Road, 805.969.1515 BIKINI FACTORY The Bikini Factory offers a vast selection of separates and one-piece swimwear, hats, sandals and other “beachy” accessories. The Bikini Factory has been helping girls and women of all body types find the most flattering suits and perfect fits for nearly 50 years. They also offer design services for custom-made suits. 2275 Ortega Hill Road, Summerland, 805.969.2887 HABITAT HOME AND GARDEN This gorgeous new addition to the corner of State and Gutierrez, offers a welcome alternative to “big box” furniture stores. The lifestyle home furnishings showroom houses five thousand square feet of global meets contemporary design bliss. Find decor inspiration in their collection of unique home furnishings, handcrafted pieces, imported antiques, and accessories. There’s also an in-house design team ready to assist customers with a full range of design services. 400 State Street, 805.343.1050, habitathomeandgarden.com HAYWARD'S Visit Hayward’s beautifully curated 12,000 square foot showroom to see inspiring vignettes and shop high-end outdoor furniture, umbrellas, pillows, cushions, fire pits, decor, gifts, party favors, and more. Select from a variety of quality materials and styles - from teak or wrought iron, to traditional or modern - to create, customize, & optimize your outdoor living space. 7 Parker Way, 805.966.1390, haywards1890.com

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This season's sweater forecast calls for a deluge of details - from bold patterns to hand-finished features. MOD SQUAD Groovy blocks ensure this lightweight cashmere turtle neck is anything but square. antoinetteboutique.com

HEAVY KNITTER This charmingly-chunky knit sweater will be on heavy rotation this season. rowanboutique.com

SADDLE UP Cowgirls and tenderfoots alike with relish wrapping-up in this western-inspired belted cardigan. ilovecococabana.com

CRAVING SOMETHING SUBTLE?

NUDE ATTITUDE A soft dusting of pink is all this sweater needs to wrap you in cozy fall warmth. chapalaandparker.com

BUILDING BLOCKS Triangles, diamonds and arrows artfully arrange to create an eye-catching top layer. chapalaandparker.com

Loveworn @lovewornsb

OUTSPOKEN Cool customization has taken this vintage cashmere sweater from sweet to stand-out. @lovewornsb

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Occhiali - occhialieyewear.com

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GOING LOCAL Since launching The Shopkeepers two years ago, business and life partners Patti Pagliei Simpson and John Simpson, have developed a proven formula for their experimental retail, art, and event gallery. It goes something like this. First, secure a premium Funk Zone location, then fill the space with locally made goods and gifts from afar. Next, host artists, musicians, writers, and invite community members and visitors to join in on all of the fun. And voila - you've got one of the most exciting and enjoyable retail concepts between L.A. and San Francisco. Below, the duo talks a little shop and gives us some insight into this sweet spot. TRIED, TRUSTED, AND TRUE

The Shopkeepers concept is built around the idea of being a trusted community hub that carries mindfully curated merchandise from locals and other brands, that represents and resonates with the SB vibe and lifestyle. The store, also designed to host special events, is where good memories are made and knowledge and ideas exchanged.

EPIC EPICENTER

The Funk Zone and shop itself is just an easy place to be all day long - it's right at the center of everything. The people coming through our doors usually enter in a pretty good mood and if not, after hanging out with us for a while definitely leave in a better one!

ON CURATING A DIVERSE GALLERY OF GOODS

It took us a while to zero in on the different categories that fit well together for our kind of customer. We have generally found that people respond to goods that intrigue, inspire, and surprise. We work hard to make sure our inventory is continually evolving and consistently awesome.

SPOUSAL SUPPORT

Being business partners and life partners comes pretty naturally. You have to be good at going with the flow because there are so many plates spinning. And you need to know when it's okay to invade the other's space with a business concern - or not!

CURRENTLY CRUSHING ON

We are totally coveting locally-based, international surf and travel photographer Seth de Roulet's amazing and inspired photos. Wardrobe updates are ongoing as we shop from the store for our clothes all the time! The new collections from Taylor Stitch and Anine Bing also top our list for the season. And, we can't do without our Marvis toothpaste!

REAL COMMUNITY

The Shopkeepers serves double duty as the Waxing Poetic flagship store - the jewelry line Patti founded in 2002 - replete with the entire collection.

We build community by keeping it real, yo! Everyone wants to hang with our staff and be a part of the energy and honesty of all involved. Plus, our Waxing Poetic jewelry line has a great following and keeps people coming back for more. 137 Anacapa St., Ste A • 805.883.3122 • theshopkeepers-sb.com

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HOME Santa Barbara Here you'll find the Magnolia Home Furniture collection by Joanna Gains of the home design and renovation show, Fixer Upper, along with an extensive collection of complimentary lines. The range runs the gamut, from farmhouse to boho, modern and contemporary and everything in between. The well-priced inventory, including sofas, chairs, beds, decor items, gifts, bedding, and more, is always evolving and covers all of the latest home decor trends. 14 Parker Way, 805.470.9776, homesantabarb.com INDIAN SUMMERS

For over 25 years, this charming little boutique, located in the seaside community of Summerland, has offered a tasteful, comfortable and unique selection of clothing with a natural bohemian elegance. Indian Summers also carries a lovely assortment of handbags, local designer jewelry, shoes and sandals, and of course a collection of straw hats for the beautiful beach weather. For a genuine, customer service focused shopping experience, put this shopping destination on your list. 2275 Ortega Hill Road, 805.969.1162 indiansummersboutique.com

intimo The finest selection of lingerie and sleepwear

imported from Italy, France, and New York is available at Intimo, housed on the other side of Antoinette boutique. Indulge in expertly tailored La Perla lingerie, clean and sporty designs from Hanro, or from a selection of gorgeous fashion forward swimwear. 1046 Coast Village Road, 805.969.1515

JAKE & JONES

This lifestyle boutique, located in the historic Presidio neighborhood, is filled with the color, patterns, and great designs of modern fashion forward clothing, shoes, swimwear and accessories, as well as a thoughtfully curated selection of baby clothing, toys, books, skin and body care goods and home items. 136 E. Canon Perdido, 805.770.7763, jakeandjones.com

J. WOESTE LOS OLIVOS J Woeste in Los Olivos is a must-see-and-shop SYV destination for gorgeous garden and decor inspiration. As you roam this fanciful horticultural haven, filled with a vast collection of potted succulents, outdoor sculpture, resonant windchimes, artisan ceramics and more, it’s easy to see why. Be sure to pop in and peruse the 114-year-old farmhouse which is filled to the rafters with a stylish selection of homewares, practical and elegant entertaining essentials, luxurious lotions, bright begonias and cheeky gifts. You won't leave empty-handed. 2356 Alamo Pintado Ave, Los Olivos, 805.693.1951, jwoeste.com LOVEBIRD In a petit spot located just off of State Street in the Presidio Neighborhood, you'll find a covetable selection of casual day wear clothing, basics, and intimates, as well as special occasion pieces, shoes, bags, and a covetable selection of jewelry. Browse giftworthy goods like cards and original works from local artists Erica Carter and Liz Brady, and organic bath soaps from Santa Barbara Aromatic. And quality is not sacrificed for affordability within the diverse wealth of collections offered here. The bright blue bistro table and chairs outside the front of the store provide a place for people to gather, shoppers to catch their breath, or simply for friends to catch up over a cup of coffee. 7 East De la Guerra Street, 805.568.3800, lovebirdsb.com FALL/WINTER 2019


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TIM DARCY’S album reminds me of Friday’s when you’re done with work, your friends are calling asking what the plan is and all that frenetic energy is rolling around in your car radio waiting to be let out for an adventure.

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I remember my first BOYS + ARROWS bikini! It had lots of fringe and was my first teeny tiny bottom. I have always loved their suits and their tequila drinking, bikini-wearing, hooligan vibe.

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Lissa Liggett and I worked on this COCO custom scent for the shop for a while, and she was dedicated to making it perfect. It smells different on everyone, which is so incredible and unique. It reminds me of that first inkling of summer brought on by a scent in the air and a warm breeze.

TOP PICKS

When she doesn’t have her toes in the sand or her snowboard in perfect powder, Guest Editor, Heather Fort is busy filling her lifestyle boutique Coco Cabana with the stuff beach dreams are made of. Here, she shares some of her favorite local spots and top picks that keep the resort vibes going year-round. Coco Cabana is located in the heart of the Montecito Country Mart at 1026 Coast Village Road - Suite A, ilovecococabana.com

My all time favorite place to eat is BROPHY BROS. The staff is so fun and welcoming and the view of the harbor and the mountains can’t be beat. Oh, and the food is really good too!

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My fave local beach is BUTTERFLY in Montecito. I love going there early in the morning when it’s quiet and having a coffee - it reminds me of why I live in Santa Barbara.

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Justin Carpenter is the man behind the EL RANCHO CARPINTERO hats. If you are lucky enough to have him custom fit a hat for you, he will measure your head while telling you the history of the specific styles he offers. You will leave with an appreciation for his craft . . . And a hat.

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LOVEWORN is an artistic melange of California cool, road-trip, rock-and-roll and old-school beach culture, reflected in an exclusive collection of custom-made, hand-crafted clothing and accessories. Shop the impressive collection of vintage denim and be sure to check out Rodeo of the Arts Gallery next door featuring works by local artist Wallace Piatt. 11 Anacapa Street, 805.895.8330, lovewornsb.com OCCHIALI In business since 1988, Occhiali is the area's

exclusive distributor for top international eyewear. Occhiali is the place to go for both fashion-forward and classic eyewear and sunglasses. They combine highfashion awareness with prescriptive expertise. 7 West Canon Perdido, 805.963.5760 and 1046 Coast Village Road, 805.565.3415, occhialieyewear.com

PORCH is Santa Barbara’s destination for creating effortless California beach style. Porch’s curated mix of home furnishings, decor and gifts with a global and organic influence offers customers an eclectic shopping experience. 3823 Santa Claus Lane, 805.684.0300, porchsb.com RIVIERA TOWEL COMPANY A portion of every sale of their beautiful, high-quality Turkish towels is donated to marine agencies working to protect our oceans. Shop the full collection of artisan-woven towels, bathrobes, blankets, bags, along with a beachy selection of accessories at their designer showroom. 17 W. Gutierrez St., 805.560.1572, rivieratowel.com ROWAN

Sweet beachside boutique Rowan offers the best of casual, yet elegant Santa Barbara style. Shop the freshest dresses from Velvet, comfy tees and sweats from Sundry, cozy Joah Brown sweaters, and more. 3817 Santa Claus Lane, Carpinteria, 805.684.6474, rowanboutique.com

SALT

Experience the healing benefits of pure Himalayan at this unique salt cave, spa and retail store. Indulge in a Salt Cave session or luxurious treatment, like the signature Salt-sational Himalayan Salt Scrub and Massage. 740 State Street, 805.963.7258, saltcavesb.com

Santa barbara company Locally crafted artisan

goods, welcome amenities for events, and beautiful gift boxes are the focus of this one-of-a-kind boutique. Shop delicious local olive oil, fragrant organic wineinspired soaps, artisanal pickles, local art, books, and more. 214 E. Victoria Street, 805.845.3700, santabarbaracompany.com

THE SHOPKEEPERS occupies a hot corner spot adjacent to the Funk Zone’s best restaurants and tasting rooms. It’s home to the Waxing Poetic flagship store and an eclectic mix of high-end clothing, accessories, housewares and general amusements. 137 Anacapa Street, 805.883.3132, theshopkeepers-sb.com WILDFLOWER WOMEN

This artfully-curated boutique houses a covetable collection of clothing, accessories, and lifestyle goods for women, babies,and girls. With multiple store locations - one in the Santa Ynez Valley wine tasting hot spot of Los Olivos, another in Santa Maria, and the latest in Pismo Beach, you can shop your way up the Central Coast. Shop premium denim from Paige, Mother Denim, and Joe's, boots and bags from Frye, cashmere from Subtle Luxury, and Repaet Cashnere and more. 2920 Grand Avenue, Los Olivos, 805.697.7377, wildflowerwomenboutique.com

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GOING LOCAL For over 30 years and counting, Irwin Eve and his wife Salli, owners of the fine eyewear gallery OCCHIALI, have had a significant impact on how their clients see Santa Barbara and the world. Below, Irwin talks about his favorite frames, fabulous staff, and finding the perfect pair. LOCAL LONGEVITY

One reason for our longevity is that we strive to offer a premier experience to our clients. A little over thirty-one years ago, we were fortunate enough to open the first of our two Occhiali - which means “eyeglasses in Italian - shops. Coast Village Road continues to be an excellent central location for the Santa Barbara and Montecito communities. Also, shout outs to our wonderful nationally-acclaimed staff of nine licensed opticians and our longtime graphic designer/photographer, Kim Reierson - they are huge contributors to our enduring success.

A SHARED VISION

Salli, my business partner and wife, and I have separate designated responsibilities. She handles all the business parts and oversees both stores. I manage the day to day operations of the CVR shop. There are moments of disagreements, as we see operations from different angles, but both recognize our goals are the same.

A FEAST OF FRAMES

The fun part is deciding which collections ultimately make the cut and into our inventory of top international designers. We annually attend shows in New York and Las Vegas and have recently witnessed a growth in new independent eyewear designers who are rocking it, with superb quality and artistry. These small manufacturers in France, Japan, Germany, and even the US take such pride in their collections.

FOR YOUR EYES ONLY

We help clients find the perfect pair by asking questions. Our staff is very good at assisting in the selection process. Also, getting to know each client makes it a lot easier. There is a trust generated with the collaboration.

CURRENTLY COVETING

I am a huge fan of the eyewear collection, Jacques Marie Mage, which is produced in small batches in Japan's Fukui prefecture. On my radar for the NY show is Piero Massaro, a new collection from Italy. I always reach for anything by Oliver Peoples, Mr. Leight, and Theo. Salli loves frames from Anne et Valentin, Lafont, and Sospiri.

FAMILY TIES

"On my radar from the NY show is Piero Massaro, a new collection from Italy." Irwin Eve

Salli and I are both UCSB graduates, and we raised our children here. Our daughter, Samantha, returned to Santa Barbara 10 years ago and is the artistic director of Out of the Box Theatre Company. Noah, our son, currently works close by in Los Angeles with Horizon Media.

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#SHOPSMALL TALK 5 quick questions, with 2 local retailers.

In a world of big-box stores and corporate chains, our local business owners are working hard to preserve the distinctive character of Santa Barbara. These independent establishments reflect our community, bring variety to our retail experience, and vitality to our neighborhoods. Read on to meet a couple of local proprietors who are making a splash in the SB retail scene.

iloveCocoCabana.com 1026A Coast Village Road, Montecito

Boys + Arrows • Onia • Vitamin A Hayley Menzies • Tori Praver • Devotion • Serpui

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Tell us about yourself and your business. I’m a proud Southern California native, single mom of two boys in college, beach girl, paddle boarder, runner, and I love empowering women to feel good about themselves. And I just celebrated my fourth “birthday” as the owner of Rowan Boutique on Santa Claus Lane Padaro Beach. How did you land in retail? I started working at Nordstrom in my early years in college and soon discovered that sales came easy for me. Also, I loved creating my own unique clothing pieces, like taking plain denim jackets and adorning them with a little bling. Once I started wearing them all of my family and friends wanted their own blinged-out jackets, so I started making and selling them. And while not exactly fashion retail, when my kids were growing up, I owned and ran a family construction company, which provided invaluable business experience.

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What’s the best part about owning a business practically on the beach? My amazing customers! I love the vibe on Santa Claus Lane, and the beach just makes everyone happy. I also adore all the businesses on the “Lane” - we all complement and support each other. This area is very special and has a lot of fun history. Was there a specific moment or event that inspired you to set up shop in SB? I lived inland, had one boy in college and the other one on the way and knew once the nest was empty, I wanted to live near the beach. I searched for months before finding Rowan and the moment I did, I quit my medical sales job. I then committed to investing in myself and took a leap of faith to pursue my true passion - and the rest is history! (continued on page 68)

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LOCAL STYLE

C H A PA L A & PA R K E R

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Meet KATIE KOSKI, owner of beloved clothing boutique CHAPALA & PARKER. Her commitment to style and offering au courant goods at an easy price point turned a weekend pop-up shop into a permanent locale. Below she talks about her light-filled, Sevilla Square store, how she defines Santa Barbara style, her favorite fashion season, and more. Pop Up to Permanent

My younger sisters and I had a successful weekend pop up boutique here, with clothing and my sister Jill’s hand-made jewelry line. We had a great time, so when the opportunity to create a full-time boutique came up we went for it! And seven years later, here we are in the same great space.

Enjoying the Ride

The boutique, along with my life, has evolved so much since opening. We love keeping up with the latest styles and trends while still maintaining our special Chapala & Parker vibe. The collections we bring in continue to get better and better. Also, I was seven months pregnant with my first child when we opened, and I now have two kids with my husband, who by the way, is a lifelong SB local. We love raising our family here and continue to grow, thrive, and enjoy the ride!

The C&P Experience

The first thing most customers notice is how beautiful and inviting the store is. Everyone loves the large windows that perfectly frame the cross street corner and our namesakes, Chapala and Parker. Next, they notice the selection of surprisingly affordable, easyto-wear clothing and our helpful and friendly girls. Our sweet spot is airy, stylish, and always on-trend without feeling trendy.

Luxe Not Bust

With years of experience attending trade shows and developing relationships with showrooms in L.A. we’ve not only learned how to source high-quality items with reasonable price points, but also how to spot one-of-a-kind well-priced luxe pieces not seen at other area boutiques. At Chapala & Parker, you can buy one of the adorable wallets we carry and still have money left to put in it!

On SB Style

Santa Barbara is a unique, eclectic place, and I think the style here reflects that. How each individual expresses that differs, so we strive to have items for our diverse clientele. But, if we are talking about an overall vibe, the outdoor lifestyle and beautiful yearround weather here play into how people dress. It’s relaxed and California beachy but in an SB specific lifestyle way. Everything, from the surf and equestrian cultures, Farmer’s Market Saturdays, to casual dining and wine tasting, mix to make it feel bohemian and even a bit hippy, but with classic and polished elements.

Fave Fall Look

The fall/winter fashion season is my absolute favorite! I love all of the chunky knits we currently have - don’t ask me to choose just one - paired with some fabulous dark wash jeans, and cute booties. Of course, I’d also throw some stripes in there somewhere.

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HA B I TAT home & garden

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GOING LOCAL We recently met up with Montecito-based interior designer, MARC GELINAS in his new Upper Village antique gallery and design studio to discuss antiques, aesthetics, and his harmonious design philosophy. With an impressive vita - a BFA from Pratt Institute, working with renowned designers in New York, time in Paris, and projects from coast to coast - how did you eventually land in Santa Barbara? Simply for a change of lifestyle and a need to get out of the snow! What informs or inspires your design aesthetic? Historical architecture and antiques, plus the use of luxury textiles, blended with sturdy textiles for comfort, wear, and opulence. How do you strike a balance between form and function when designing with fine antiques? Antiques can drop into any environment, from a very modern glass house to a traditional home. I often use them for additional seating or special walls. How has your design philosophy evolved throughout your career? My taste has changed a bit to be a little more sparse, but overall, my training is in scale, form, and function. As long as these principles are in harmony, the overall look will always be correct. What is your favorite project to date and why? A penthouse in NYC, where I discovered, after removing a dropped ceiling, a twentyfoot from the floor to roof gorgeous vaulted gothic ceiling. It was once used as a private chapel when the penthouse was part of a triplex apartment. What else should people know about Marc Normand Gelinas Interior Design? I work around my clients' tastes and preferences, so their home reflects who they are. I never cookie-cutter my taste into projects. On the next page see a selection of fine antique finds, previous projects, and presentation inspiration that imbues Marc Normand Gelinas Interior Design's divine aesthetic.

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1. Interior designer Marc Gelinas is often in Paris hunting for exquisite antiques or busy collaborating with clients out in the field. However, on most days, you'll likely find him in his Upper Village studio blending client dreams with his expertise, resulting in design perfection. Here's a glimpse into Marc's world of abundant resources, treasures, and completed visions.

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What are you most coveting in the store right now? I live in fun, stylish, beachy-casual looks in soft fabrics. This pretty much describes all of the collections at Rowan, but if I had to choose one, I’d say it would be something from our new line Xirena. I love their easy shirting, colorful sweaters, and super sexy, yet comfy underpinnings.

Lisa Knutson

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Home Santa Barbara

Tell us about yourself and your business. In my early 20’s while at home raising my kids, I spent endless hours flipping through decor and design magazines. I had no money at the time, but plenty of inspiration and passion and knew that I wanted to one day own a home store. Fast forward to 2016 to when I opened Home Santa Barbara. It was a dream come true. Magnolia Home Furniture by Joanna Gaines provided the initial motivation and still remains an integral part of our story, but over the past two and a half years we’ve added so many other great lines - a little of everything, from Modern Farmhouse to Boho. How did you land in retail? A few years ago, when I was ready to take on a new challenge I googled “the next big thing” and up came an article about Warren Buffett partnering with Joanna Gaines to bring her new furniture line into his furniture marts. And that was that - I knew instantly that I wanted to open a store, anchored by her collection. I immediately sent off the application to carry the line, and after an initial rejection and several months of pleading phone calls to their headquarters, I finally got a yes! What’s the best part about owning a business in Santa Barbara? That it allowed me to go into business with my daughter, Lynsey and her husband Jason Trueman, who live here with their two kids. I’ve also enjoyed getting to know my Santa Barbara clientele. When you spend time on the store floor, you build a relationship of trust with your customers, and they want to come back and buy from you. Was there a specific moment or event that inspired you to set up shop in SB? As I mentioned, my daughter and her family live here, and ultimately, I wanted to partner with her in business. So when this beautiful light-filled Sevilla Square space became available, we jumped on it! And also, who doesn’t want to be in Santa Barbara!

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What are you most coveting in the store right now? Well, everything, but especially our selection of sofas. My favorite furniture line right now is Spectra Home. They make high-performance, washable slip-covered pieces with amazing fabrics. I can’t get enough of their twill/linen and cotton/jute. When you have something like a cotton/jute blend, it’s like a pair of blue jeans, and it’s just going to bet better with time.

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JEWELERS

B R YA N T & S O N S , LT D .

GOING LOCAL When Bob Bryant opened his 900 square-foot jewelry store in 1965, he probably couldn’t imagine that almost fifty-five years later, the business would still be there serving some of its original customers, along with their children and even grandchildren. But Bryant & Sons, Ltd. remains in the same location in State Street’s historic El Paseo shopping area, with son Mike leading it since 1981. A lot has changed in all that time. State Street has grown up, and the original tiny studio-front store has been transformed into a beautiful 4500 square-foot multi-level jewelry salon. But the defining hallmarks of Bryant & Sons, service and selection, remain untainted by time. The service is as personalized as ever with certified gemologists and master goldsmiths on staff, and their in-house workshop is invaluable for anyone considering a custom-crafted piece. The selection of distinguished jewelry and timepieces features the world’s finest lines, including Cartier, Patek Philippe, Breitling, Baume & Mercier, Michael M, Scott Kay, Roberto Coin, Mikimoto, as well as Baccarat crystal. What’s the secret to such long-running success? Mike attributes it to being an authentically homegrown

Santa Barbara business. Locals have owned and staffed the store for decades establishing long-term relationships with its customers, as well as nationwide clientele including celebrities and entertainers. That indelible local connection also feeds the Bryants’ inclination to give back to the community generously supporting local schools, The Daniel Bryant Youth & Family Treatment Center, the Council on Drug and Alcohol and other area nonprofits. Bryant & Sons is synonymous with luxury - they once sold a 30-carat diamond wedding ring - but their wide-ranging inventory includes something for everyone. If only Audrey Hepburn’s Holly Golightly had such access, the opening scene of Breakfast at Tiffany’s might have included much more than just window shopping.

812 State Street • Santa Barbara • 805.966.9187 | 1482 East Valley Road #37 • Montecito • 805.565.4411 | bryantandsons.com

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Uncommon Beauty

From whimsical to museum quality and collector creations, there is something fresh and inspiring for everyone. - Z Jiroutova, ZFolio Owner

Voted Top Retailer for Designer Jewelry in the United States by the JCK Design Center, ZFolio thrives in two artful retail gallery locations - one in the heart of the Santa Ynez Valley’s quaint Danish village of Solvang and the other on Cannery Row in Monterey. What began as a suitcase filled with optical crystals from owner Zdena’s native Czech Republic, is today ‘the place to go’ for distinct, unusual and hard to find creations. “Z,” as she is known, and her husband Michael Mendizza, who also happens to be an accomplished photographer, curate their award-winning contemporary gallery with museum quality art glass, wood, designer jewelry, nature photography, home decor items, and personal accessories. ZFolio represents over 100 American and international designers. For over a decade, discerning clients return time and time again, often with first-time visitors in tow, to to explore and discover unusual, intriguing, and enchanting creations. ZFolio, surrounding our lives with uncommon beauty.

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GOING LOCAL No trip to the Santa Ynez Valley feels complete without taking a stroll through J. WOESTE in LOS OLIVOS. On a recent excursion over the pass, we popped into this horticultural haven. Luckily for us, the owner and visionary behind this gorgeous garden and home decor store, Jefferson Woeste, was there to share a bit about his magical Los Olivos location. What inspired the J. Woeste concept? After years of operating a large retail nursery, my husband Bruce and I realized our passion truly was to have a home store. We wanted succulents as a focus, balanced with treasures for both the home and garden. What's the best part about having this enchanting spot in Los Olivos? We love hearing people say that our space makes them feel happy and our clients love to share J. Woeste in Los Olivos with friends. It’s like they discovered us and have to share - discovery is everything. How do you go about curating everything from the most beautiful begonias we've ever seen to genuinely unique garden and home goods? We have been sourcing product for over 21 years from the Central Coast and all parts of the US - trade shows in Atlanta, New York, Dallas, Las Vegas, and Seattle. Part of our journey has been to find the most talented artisans and highest quality plant growers available. We enjoy bringing these products back for the “J. Woeste Team” to create an exceptional experience for our customers. What's the last item from the garden or shop that you couldn't do without that now graces your home? We are currently landscaping our home, and couldn’t resist the granite bench that now greets guests as they walk the path to our front door.

Shop the J. Woeste in Los Olivos garden for a vast collection of potted succulents, outdoor sculpture, resonant windchimes, artisan ceramics, and peruse the 114-year-old farmhouse for homewares, entertaining essentials, luxurious lotions, bright begonias, cheeky gifts and more.

Tell us what the secret is to J. Woeste's longevity and how you have built such a loyal customer base over the years. I don’t feel it’s a secret, or that there is a secret. We are grateful to our customers for allowing us to be creative in our oasis in the Santa Ynez Valley. I think they are the secret - we can't do this without them!

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A COMPLETE BATHROOM REDESIGN

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aving entrusted Reed Interiors for their full kitchen renovation three years prior, a Summerland couple expanded their cottage’s renovation with a beautifully redesigned master bathroom. At the helm of the project was the renowned French designer, Gilles Clauss, who joined the Reed Interiors' team two years ago. Addressing the task of redistributing the master bathroom’s space with a comfortable and minimalistic atmosphere, Gilles incorporated his client's modern taste while respecting their budget and timeline. The client's priorities included separating the “water closets” from the main space to create more intimacy, and the division

of a “dry” area for the vanity, and a “wet” area with an Italian shower and freestanding bathtub. Utilizing only a wall of glass for separation between the dry and wet areas, Gilles' solution was effective, elegant, and efficient.  For the bath vanities, medicine cabinets, countertops and integrated sinks, Gilles selected the new European supplier, PuntoTre. The result is a sleek, modern, and seamless design. Ever mindful of the complexities and disruptive nature of a bathroom remodel, Gilles and the Reed Interiors team maintained a precise attention to detail every step of the way, resulting in a beautiful renovation exceeding the client's expectations.

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Italian vanities with beautiful medicine cabinets and integrated lighting help widen the space; integrated sinks perfectly molded ensure a smooth surface and are easy to clean; a mix of drawers and niches provide a good balance of space; an Italian shower and elegant bathtub in the “wet” area are the distinctive features of this beautiful bathroom.

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For the most intimate space of the home, Reed Interiors now offers a truly personal interpretation of warmth, quality, well-being, and style. Their new walk-in closet systems, made in Italy, offer a large variety of finishes: elegant lacquered shades, sinuous wood grains, beautiful fabrics, and shiny glass surfaces. Closets can be equipped with a complete range of easily adjustable accessories to create a precise and personal storage space. With or without back panels or doors, their system can be adapted to your needs, space, and budget. Essential and original designs and details for a perfect walk-in closet or wardrobe are available at Reed Interiors in downtown Santa Barbara.

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Walk-in closets can be separated from the other spaces by sliding doors; wardrobe with glass hanging doors and transparent FumĂŠ doors; the elegance details are present in each product; hanging rods in aluminum with bronze finish and shelves illuminated by LED lamps with motion sensors; large wardrobes with matte lacquer and satin glass finishes; A bronze finish aluminum frame ensures a selfsupporting structure. CLOCKWISE FROM OPPOSITE PAGE:

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SANTA BARBARAdestinations W H AT, W H E N , W H E R E & W H Y I N S B .

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1. STATE STREET: Located in downtown Santa Barbara, this main street features shopping, outdoor paseos and plazas, fine dining, bars, historic sites, cultural venues, and entertainment. Parking is plentiful, and it’s a straight shot down to the beach. downtownsb.org 2. THE FUNK ZONE: This vibrant “funky” mix of historical marine structures, industrial lots, and old houses is where art galleries, cafes, wineries, microbreweries, museums and other independent businesses converge. Located between State St. and Garden St., and Montecito St. to Cabrillo Blvd., funkzone.net 3. STEARNS WHARF: Built in 1872 for passenger and freight shipping along the South Coast, the wooden pier is now home to a variety of restaurants, shops, and the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Sea Center. State Street and Cabrillo Boulevard, stearnswharf.org 4. WINE TASTING Taste some of the finest wines produced in Santa Barbara County, all within blocks of downtown and the beach. Both novices and aficionados are provided the opportunity to learn about and taste a diverse variety of wines from the area's best vineyards. For a map and more info go to urbanwinetrailsb.com

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5. SANTA BARBARA ZOO: Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the zoo is home to 146 species of mammals, reptiles, birds and insects. More than 500 animals are on exhibit in open, naturalistic habitats. 500 Ninos Drive, 805.962.5339, sbzoo.org 6. OLD MISSION SANTA BARBARA: Founded in 1786, the “Queen of the Missions” occupies a commanding position atop 12 acres overlooking the Pacific Ocean and the city. Take a tour and then enjoy a picnic at the adjacent rose gardens. 2201 Laguna Street, 805.682.4713, santabarbaramission.org 7. THE HARBOR: Enjoy some of the best views of the waterfront, city, and mountains while indulging in the fresh catch of the day at one of the resident restaurants. Check out the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum or take a stroll along the breakwater. 113 Harbor Way, 805.962.8404, santabarbaraca.gov

THE SANTA BARBARA MUSEUM OF ART HOSTS FREE THURSDAY EVENINGS FROM 5-8PM. 8. THE SANTA BARBARA MUSEUM OF ART: Regarded as one of southern California’s finest, featuring nationally recognized collections and special exhibitions, as well as a permanent collection, the museum has more than 27,000 works of art. 1130 State Street, 805.963.4364, sbma.net 9. SANTA BARBARA COUNTY COURTHOUSE: This National Historic Landmark is a stunning example of Spanish-Moorish architecture. The courthouse, built in 1929, is famous for its mural room, sunken gardens, and panoramic views from the top of the open-air clock tower. 1100 Anacapa Street, 805.568.2220, santabarbaracourthouse.org 10. SANTA BARBARA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY: Founded in 1916 and housed in beautiful Spanish Revival-style buildings, the museum has over 3.5 million artifacts and specimens in the fields of anthropology, archaeology, vertebrate and invertebrate biology, geology and paleontology. 2559 Puesta del Sol, 805.682.4711, sbnature.org

LEADBETTER Learn to surf on the mellow waves that roll in below the cliffs. Shoreline Dr. and Loma Alta.

BUTTERFLY Take in a romantic sunset at this west-facing beach, across from the Four Seasons Biltmore in Montecito. 1260 Channel Drive.

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P E R F O R M I N G A RT S THE ARLINGTON THEATRE This 2,000 seat Mission Revival style theater, with a faux-Spanish village interior, hosts movies, concerts, lectures and more under a ceiling of twinkling stars. 1317 State Street, 805.963.4408, thearlingtontheatre.com GRANADA THEATRE Restored in March 2008; this world-class performing arts center is home to some of the area’s finest performing arts companies - Opera Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Symphony, CAMA, State Street Ballet and Santa Barbara Choral Society. 1214 State Street, 805.899.2222, granadasb.org ENSEMBLE THEATRE COMPANY AT THE NEW VIC Santa Barbara’s professional resident theatre company engages audiences with entertaining, compelling, and thought-provoking productions ranging from new works to innovative interpretations of the classics. 33 West Victoria Street, 805.965.5400, ensembletheatre.com

American Psycho the Musical, based on the Bret Easton Ellis novel, will kick off Out of the Box Theatre Company’s tenth season. This satire tells the story of Patrick Bateman, a young and handsome Wall Street banker with impeccable taste and unquenchable desires. November 15-24, 2019 at Center Stage Theater. www.outoftheboxtheatre.org.

OUT OF THE BOX THEATRE COMPANY This non-profit community theater company presents exciting, edgy and socially relevant contemporary musicals. Enjoy productions that fall outside of the common expectations of musical theatre. 805.963.8198, outoftheboxtheatre.org

MUSIC ACADEMY OF THE WEST Over 200 annual events are held at this beautiful ocean-side campus - home to one of the nation’s preeminent summer schools and festivals for gifted young classical musicians. A host of internationally renowned faculty artists, guest conductors, and soloists participate and perform. 1070 Fairway Road, 805.969.4726, musicacademy.org

LOTUSLAND Covering 37 acres on the historic estate of the late Madame Ganna Walska, this garden is unlike any other. Exceptional design and creativity combined with botanical and horticultural depth make this a must-see. Indulge in the rare cycad collection, the whimsical Topiary Garden or the Water Garden, where the Indian lotus flowers bloom. Reservations are required. 805.969.9990, lotusland.org

The Arlington Theater was built in 1931 on the former site of the Arlington Hotel which was destroyed following the 1925 6.8 earthquake.

LOBERO THEATRE California’s oldest, continuously operating theatre is also home to many of Santa Barbara’s outstanding performing arts organizations. Founded in 1873 and rebuilt in 1924, it is widely recognized as one of Santa Barbara’s architectural jewels and designated as a State and City landmark. 33 E Canon Perdido Street, 805.966.4946, lobero.org CENTER STAGE THEATRE This intimate black box theater located in the Paseo Nuevo shopping center hosts weekly performances by a variety of artists and companies. 751 Paseo Nuevo, 805.963.0408, centerstagetheatre.org OPERA SANTA BARBARA Exciting, high caliber operas, as well as educational programs for the community are presented by this treasured organization. 805.898.3890, operasb.org

THE SANTA BARBARA BOTANIC GARDEN Explore the remarkable diversity of California’s flora and vegetation, via 5.5 miles of easy-to-walk nature trails. This living museum, widely regarded as a model botanic garden, covers over 70 acres with more than 1,000 taxa of native trees, shrubs, wildflowers, cacti, in beautiful natural settings. 1212 Mission Canyon Road, 805.682.4726, sbbg.org ALICE KECK PARK MEMORIAL GARDEN Take a self-guided tour of this botanical collection of over 75 different tree and plant species. Enjoy the koi pond, sensory garden, walking paths, butterfly garden, picnic areas and a charming gazebo. 1500 Santa Barbara Street

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SANTA CLAUS A family-friendly locals' favorite, with a beautiful wide beach. Shop and eat nearby at Santa Claus Lane. Just north of Carpinteria.

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RINCON This famous, world-class point break attracts surfers from around the globe. Just south of Carpinteria.

THE SANTA BARBARA COASTLINE IS UNIQUE BECAUSE ALTHOUGH IT RESTS ON AMERICA'S WEST COAST, IT ACTUALLY RUNS FROM EAST TO WEST, AS OPPOSED TO NORTH-SOUTH.

MORETON BAY FIG TREE This California Historical Landmark is possibly the largest of its kind in California. Brought from Australia as a small cutting this Ficus macrophylla is now 80 feet high and over 175 feet across. 100 West Montecito Street


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AROUND HERE YOU DON’T EVEN HAVE TO LEAVE THE CITY LIMITS FOR AWESOME ACTIVITIES & OUTDOOR ADVENTURES. GOLFING Santa Barbara is well known for its scenic courses. The Santa Barbara Golf Club, located in the heart of the city, is one of the most popular golf courses in California. The championship golf course at Sandpiper has been rated by Golf Digest as one of the top twenty-five public golf courses in the country and boasts amazing mountain and ocean views. Glen Annie Golf Club, a championship course with first class amenities, is nestled in the beautiful surrounding foothills. Santa Barbara Golf Club: 805.687.7087,

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sbgolf.com; Sandpiper: 805.968.1541, sandpipergolf. com; Glen Annie: 805.968.6400, glenanniegolf.com SURFING AND STAND UP PADDLE BOARDING Santa Barbara’s south-facing coast is home to great surf for beginners and experts alike. South Pacific swells send smaller waves our way in the summer, but fall and winter storms from the north Pacific can generate serious surf. That’s the time to visit Rincon, a world-famous point break just south of Carpinteria to

watch expert surfers ride big waves. Leadbetter Beach in town and Campus Point, at UC Santa Barbara are great for beginners. For any surf or stand up paddle board needs go to A-Frame Surf Shop at 3785 Santa Claus Lane, Carpinteria. 805.684.8803, aframesurf.com CHANNEL ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK Some of the best kayaking, snorkeling and hiking opportunities in California are available on and around the Channel Islands. Located just off of the coast of Santa Barbara, the islands

are home to over 2,000 plant and animal species. Beautiful marine life, pristine kelp forests, rugged coastline, and hidden sea caves make this a world-class destination. Santa Barbara Adventure Company offers both day and overnight trips for beginners and advanced kayakers and snorkelers. 805.884.9283, sbadventureco.com SKATERS POINT Go for a session at one of Southern California’s coolest skate parks. This 14,600 square foot state-of-the-art park features rails, a half-pipe,

Hello Sunshine! Santa Barbara revels in over 300 days of sunshine per year and with an average annual

temperature of 70 degrees, there really isn’t an “off-season”. It’s always “on” in SB!

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WHALE WATCHING Gray, Blue and Humpback Whales migrate through the Santa Barbara Channel, breaching, spy hopping and spouting as they make their way up and down the coast. Resident seals and dolphins are abundant throughout the year and you may even see a dolphin pod with numbers in the hundreds. 805.965.1985, condorexpress.com CHASE PALM PARK Just adjacent to the beach, this shipwreck themed playground has many beautiful features including surfacing whales, a conch shell lighthouse, murals, and a nautilus shell play area. With picnic areas nearby and event facilities, this park has something for everyone. 236 E. Cabrillo Boulevard, 805.564.5418, santabarbaraca.gov MOXI Otherwise known as MOXI, The Wolf Museum of Exploration and Innovation, is Santa Barbara’s newest destination for hands-on learning and fun. Discover three floors, including the rooftop Sky Garden, filled with interactive experiences in science and creativity for curious minds of all ages. Open daily 10-5. 125 State Street, 805.770.5000, moxi.org SANTA BARBARA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY SEA CENTER For close encounters with sea creatures, head to this interactive marine education center, where guests enjoy exhibits, a theater, and a live touch pool for a real hands-on experience. 211 Stearns Wharf, 805.962.2526, sbnature.org PC: @matthewhawk

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fun boxes and other rad elements. It is located on the waterfront, at Garden Street and Cabrillo Boulevard. Protective gear required and enforced. 805.564.5418, santabarbaraca.gov

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I N S P I R AT I O N P O I N T: Santa Barbara's close proximity to the Santa Ynez Mountain Range makes for some great hiking opportunities. The most popular trails are found in the front country. Try a local favorite, Inspiration Point via Jesusita Trail. At around 2.5 miles round trip, this hike is doable for most hikers and rewards with one of the most stunning views of the city and Pacific. Take Tunnel Road all the way to the end - parking is limited. The trail begins on a paved fire road and at the end of this road, head straight up the dirt road. After about a 1/4 mile, take the trail to the left, head up and enjoy! For other front country, back country and ocean trail options, go to santabarbarahikes.com.

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SANTA BARBARA MARITIME MUSEUM Located at the harbor and dedicated to preserving the maritime heritage of the California Coast, the museum is home to the impressive Point Conception First Order Fresnel Lighthouse Lens, and a variety of highly interactive exhibits. 113 Harbor Way, 805.962.8404, sbmm.org

SANTA BARBARA HISTORICAL MUSEUM Located in the heart of the historic downtown El Pueblo Viejo District, the museum collection includes relics from Chumash, Spanish, Mexican, Yankee and Chinese cultures, as well as artifacts and textiles that date back to the 15th century. 136 East De la Guerra Street, 805.966.1601, santabarbaramuseum.com CARRIAGE & WESTERN ART MUSEUM See a collection of over

50 saddles, once belonging to the Cisco Kid, Will Rogers, and others, along with exhibits featuring everything from polished hearses to old stagecoaches. 129 Castillo Street, 805.962.2353, carriagemuseum.org

KARPELES MANUSCRIPT MUSEUM This museum houses a remarkable permanent collection, including an original stone copy of the Declaration of Independence, handwritten scores by leading composers, and the computer guidance system from the first Apollo flight to the moon. 21 West Anapamu Street, 805.962.5322 rain.org/~karpeles/sb.html MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART SANTA BARBARA As the leading contemporary arts presenter in Central California, the museum hosts three rotating exhibitions per year, each of which is on view for fourteen weeks. Check the museum website for the exhibition schedule. Admission is free. 653 Paseo Nuevo, 805.966.5373, mcassantabarbara.org


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SEPTEMBER 26-29: Flamenco Arts Festival Flamenco fans gather for four days of festivities including live concerts, lectures, films and documentaries, dance and music workshops, as worldclass visiting guest artists from Spain perform, teach, talk, and interact with participants. flamencoarts.org 29: California Brew & BBQ Festival This annual event, just a frisbee throw away from the sparkling Pacific, offers samples from over 50 breweries, cideries, and wineries at beautiful oceanfront venue Chase Palm Park. Enjoy live music and indulge in tri-tip from local restaurants as they square-off in the Best BBQ competition. californiabrewfestival.com

28-29: 28th Annual California Lemon Festival Pie-eating contests, live music, rides, arts and crafts vendors and tasty lemon desserts, along with the Goleta Fall Classic Car and Street Rod Show and Safety Street for the kiddos make this festival a fall favorite. lemonfestival.com OCTOBER 4-6: The 33rd Annual California Avocado Festival Holy guacamole the sweet little beach town of Carpinteria hosts one of the largest free festivals in California. The "Avofest" offers up a premier live music line-up, great food, arts and crafts and the world's largest vat of guacamole! avofest.com

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5: AIA ArchitecTours 2019: The Art of Architecture The American Institute of Architects Santa Barbara presents the 11th annual ArchitecTours event. This year's tour will celebrate the intersection of art and architecture found throughout our community. Explore nine exceptional and diverse projects from Montecito to Goleta. aiasb.com 12: 18th Annual Santa Barbara Harbor & Seafood Festival Head to the Harbor to celebrate sustainably harvested, high-quality seafood from the Santa Barbara Channel. Meet the fishermen and visit specialty food booths for fish tacos, oysters, clams, fresh crab, and other gifts from the sea, while enjoying live entertainment, marinerelated demonstrations, and family-oriented activities. harborfestival.org

Night Market in downtown Santa Barbara. Shop diverse offerings from local artisans, wineries, retailers, and craftsmen, while enjoying live music, carolers, food, and beverages. Wed-Sat, 4-10pm, Sun 12-6pm. santabarbaranightmarket.com DECEMBER 6: 67th Annual Downtown Santa Barbara Holiday Parade Usher in the holiday season with a colorful contingent of high-stepping marching bands, fabulous holiday floats, local personalities, and of course, the muchanticipated arrival of Santa Claus. 6:30pm. downtownsb.org 8: 34th Annual Santa Barbara Parade of Lights The little ones can visit Santa's Village at the Santa Barbara Harbor before the 5:30 boat parade. A fireworks show, launched from West Beach, starts at around 6:30pm. * Local's tip: the best viewing is from Stearns Wharf or the Harbor. santabarbaraca.gov JANUARY

18-20: Boo at the Zoo It's all treats as the Santa Barbara Zoo transforms for three nights of safe, traffic-free trick-or-treating, including a Trick-or-Treat Trail, Boo-ChooChoo train rides, Creepy Crawly encounters, Spooky Storytelling, Goblin Games, and more. sbzoo.org

15-25: 35th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival Over the past 35 years, SBIFF has showcased the best in independent and international cinema and become one of the leading film festivals in the United States attracting 95,000 attendees and offering 11 days of 200+ films, celebrity tributes, panels, and of course the world's brightest stars. sbiff.org

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1&3: Opera Santa Barbara presents Madama Butterfly. Get ready for tears and cheers as Puccini's shimmering classic opera comes to the Granada Theatre. Set on the hills above the Nagasaki harbor in Imperial Japan, Madama Butterfly is a window to a world of opposing cultures and values. Friday, 7:30pm and Sunday, 2:30pm. operasb.org 29- Dec. 23: Santa Barbara Night Market Experience a traditional European-style Christmas

6-23: Emma The Musical A beautiful, witty, and determined young woman plays matchmaker in a disastrous way, leading to

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It may be Santa Barbara's cooler season, but the action is just heating up! Food, wine and art take center stage, with festivals and events celebrating (& serving) everything from avocados to urchins. +MUSIC, THEATRE AND SPORTS TO SATISFY EVERY FAN AND ENTHUSIAST'S PALETTE.

a whirlwind of complications and eventually, self-discovery. This charming and clever musical adaptation of Jane Austen's beloved novel, from the Tony Award-nominated composer Paul Gordon, is directed by Andrew Barnicle. etcsb.org

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21- March 6: Santa Barbara Restaurant Week Celebrate Santa Barbara's culinary scene and have some foodie fun at the area's best establishments for a great price. Participating restaurants offer special prix fixe menus - $25, $35 and $45 for a three course dinner. sbrestaurantweeks.com

National Geographic Live Building the Photo Ark Sunday, October 13th Campbell Hall, UCSB

Hear photographer Joel Sartore talk about his Photo Ark project - the largest archive of its kind with nearly 8,000 images of the world's species and counting. His stunning, provocative portraits convey a powerful message: To know these animals is to save them. artsandlectures.ucsb.edu

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ongoing goings-on FARMERS MARKET Separate markets are held six days a week around the Santa Barbara area - the most popular on Tuesday afternoons, downtown, and on Saturday mornings a few blocks from State Street. Every week, year-round, local farmers offer fresh seasonal products, including a diverse array of vegetables, fruits, honey, nuts, flowers, meat, seafood, and other artisanal products. For a weekly schedule go to sbfarmersmarket.org SANTA BARBARA ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW Since 1965 Santa Barbara County artists have been setting up shop every Sunday, year-round from 10:00-dusk along Santa Barbara's waterfront on Cabrillo Boulevard (from Stearns Wharf to Calle Cesar Chavez). santabarbaraca.gov 1ST THURSDAY Check out this award-winning program highlighting downtown arts, culture and entertainment on the first Thursday of every month. All 1st Thursday attractions are free. 5-8 pm, downtownsb.org CONCERTS AT THE SANTA BARBARA BOWL Built in 1936 as a WPA project, this scenic and intimate amphitheater, otherwise known as the "Bowl," attracts renowned artists from all over the world. For a complete list of upcoming concerts visit sbbowl.com SATURDAY FISHERMAN'S MARKET Get in on the fresh catch of the day as fishermen gather on the pier at the Santa Barbara Harbor (opposite Brophy Bros) to sell crab, shrimp, rockfish, lingcod, black cod, halibut, urchin, sustainably farmed abalone, and other seafood items. cfsb.info

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o W B L L oF GoLD U F L U o S A Lablabi, known as “poor man’s stew” in Tunisia, is anything but - Chef AYDA ROBANA’S take it’s bursting with rich flavors, bright ingredients, and promises to satisfy the fiercest of fall appetites. This dish speaks to my heart in more ways than one. It's a hearty and satisfying one-pot meal. In Tunisia, it's known as the "poor man's stew" because the ingredients are simple. I first had it with my dad in my grandmother's neighborhood at a sandwich shop called Ammi Nasser. I remember smelling the spicy cumin-filled broth and devouring the chickpeas and leaving the garnishes to the side. As a young adult, my friends and I would stop for a 3:00 am bowl of Lablabi on our way home from a night of dancing at the clubs. Now it's a nourishing meal I make in the fall and winter months for my family, friends, and clients. I've added a few unconventional twists, starting with tomato paste and ending with kale. Lablabi is a great vegan dish, but as an option, you can add an egg or a bit of good quality tuna on top when serving.

IngreDients 1 pound dried chickpeas (garbanzo beans), soaked overnight (or 4 15-ounce cans of chickpeas, rinsed and drained) 1/4 cup good quality olive oil 2 carrots, finely chopped 1 medium yellow or white onion, finely chopped 2 stalks celery, finely chopped 6 garlic cloves, minced 2 teaspoons cumin 1 lemon, juiced 1 tablespoon tomato paste 2 tablespoons Tunisian harissa 2 bay leaves 1 tablespoon salt (optional) 8 cups of water or stock 2 cups of stemmed kale, finely chopped

Garnish opTions • 1/4 cup fresh parsley, chopped • An extra dollop of harissa • A squeeze of lemon • Handful of capers • Raw egg yolk or coddled egg • A scoop of good quality tuna • A drizzle of olive oil

Directions Soak chickpeas overnight. Drain and rinse. In a large stockpot or Dutch oven, gently warm the olive oil and add the carrot, onion, and celery. Soften for 5-10 minutes. Add garlic, cumin, lemon juice, tomato paste, and harissa, and sauté for an additional 1-2 minutes. Add rinsed, drained chickpeas and 8 cups of liquid (either water or stock). Add two bay leaves and salt to taste. Bring to a boil and simmer for 1-2 hours. If substituting canned chickpeas for fresh, simmer for about 30 minutes. Add kale and garnish with your choice of toppings. Enjoy!

ABOUT AYDA ROBANA Inspired by Santa Barbara’s beauty and abundance, chef Ayda Robana started her catering company in 2007. She was among the first to bring the pop-up dining experience to the local culinary scene. Ayda can help create and execute the perfect dining experience for your next event and is also available for food styling and cooking classes. Ayda Robana Catering • 805.837.9009 • aydarobana.com

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