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SANTA BARBARA FISHOUSE The Santa Barbara FisHouse offers fresh seafood just steps from the waterfront on Cabrillo Ave. across from East Beach and Stearns Wharf. Daily specials augment staples such as Seared Ahi, Terriyaki Salmon and Macadamia Nut Sea Bass. Creative drinks such as Key Lime Pie or Canta- loupe Martinis round out the reasonably priced meal.


WHODIDILY CUPCAKES


After being featured on the Food Network this spring the secret is out on Whodi- dily Cupcakes in Montecito. Three daily specials (store is closed on Mondays) join a list of more than 20 creative recipes such as I Love You A Latte and Lolligager which includes chocolate cake with cookie dough center topped with green but- ter cream frosting. The Willy Wonka-style cupcakes are baked to order daily and shipped if you can’t make the trip to Coast Village Road in Montecito.


JEANINE’S AMERICAN BAKERY With four locations in Santa Barbara Jeanine’s American Bakery is a must for breakfast or lunch. Baked goods are made on location including 12 daily scone selections (espresso chocolate chip is a fa- vorite). Make sure to try the Banana French Toast or Chicken Mango Quesadilla washed down with an oversized coffee. The location in Montecito on Coast Village Road is quaint and cozy; grab a table on the street and enjoy the atmosphere.


PHOTO: SANTA BARBARA CVB


Tree-lined streets and landscaped plazas augment the fi rst-class shops and restau- rants on STATE STREET in the heart of downtown. National chains are mixed in with local boutiques providing eating and shopping options for all. White buildings with tile roofs keep the look and feel of the town regardless of the merchant.


Tee It Up Here: Blessed with views of the


Pacifi c Ocean and surround- ing mountains on every


hole, Sandpiper golf course (pictured) will not disappoint. The William Bell design cre- scendos during a four-hole stretch heading straight to the ocean after the turn. The par-3 eleventh plays straight to the water and provides a postcard-worthy setting. Wind is ever present and makes accuracy and shot making skills a must.


A short drive from town


While The Biltmore is quite pricey for dinner, take time to grab a drink at the oceanfront Four Seasons property on the


southern part of town. You can choose from a host of California wines and enjoy an outdoor marble patio with a fi re pit overlooking the ocean.


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over the mountains, Rancho San Marcos is a Robert Trent Jones Jr. design that meanders over a beautiful natural landscape boasting views of the Santa Ynez River Valley and tall peaks over- looking Lake Cachuma. Wild turkeys, deer and eagles accompany your round, and a recent renovation refur- bished bunkers, opened up sight lines and allowed the course to fi nally serve liquor.


PHOTO: FISHOUSE PHOTO: SANDPIPER GC


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