120 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
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Purveyors of Fresh Seafood
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This is a local favorite and a great place to have drinks. The wait for a table can be long, especially if you want to sit outside.
This is an old Santa Barbara fav for some good fresh fish, chowder or drinks. Sits on the second story and has a great view of the harbor and the boat activity. After you can take a nice stroll out to the breakwater or out to the beach.
This long-standing favorite on The Pier overlooks the harbor moorings and serves very affordable seafood! Cajun salmon salad is great choice.
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