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DINING GUIDE (continued)


SMOKIN’ JACKS KANSAS CITY BBQ 3807 Santa Claus Lane, (805) 566-6602


Born in the backroom of an auto body shop in Burbank, this rib joint has its sauce down. Official BBQ experience, ribs, chicken, brisket, coleslaw, potatoes, garlic bread and ice cold beer. Open for lunch on the week- ends only, dinner nightly and weekends.


STARBUCK’S COFFEE COMPANY 5436 Carpinteria Ave.. (805) 566-0728


Coffee country where the experience is in the ordering. Coffee related accessories and equipment, special whole bean blends. Also, at Vons downtown.


SUBWAY 1009 Casitas Pass Road, (805) 566-0373


National chain in the submarine sandwich category. Healthful alterna- tive to traditional fast food.


SUNSET GRILL - BEST WESTERN CARPINTERIA INN . . . See ad on page1 4558 Carpinteria Ave., (805) 684-0473


Dinner house menu served in a quiet, relaxed atmosphere. Service from early morning breakfast through late night dinners accommodates all appetites. The full bar offers appetizers, dinner menu, desserts and local wine list.


THE COFFEE GRINDER 910 Linden Ave., (805) 684-5503


This independently-owned coffee houses offers caffeine, customer ser- vice and Carpinteria camaraderie. Sandwiches, salads and non-caffeine drinks round out the options here. Enjoy a latte while you shop the large variety of gifts, house wares and food items.


THE ZONE SPORTS GRILL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .See ad on page 87 686 Linden Ave., (805) 566-1530


Not your average sports bar, customers come to The Zone for the food and the game. Lighter fare options along with he-man meals make sure everyone’s appetite is appeased. A family atmosphere prevails and profanity is prohibited. Large selection of imported and domestic draft beers.


TYLER’S DONUTS 1002 Casitas Pass Road, (805) 566-3814


Don’t let the name fool you. Not only are there fresh baked donuts all day long, there is a full menu including meat, soups and salads̶veg- etarian options, too.


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SIAM ELEPHANT THAI RESTAURANT 509 Linden Ave., (805) 684-2391


Engaging and exciting Thai recipes with vegetarian options are family made. Flavorful soups, seafood entrées, noodle dishes, fried rice and real curry dishes highlight the menu options. Lunch specials. Domestic and imported beers along with wines are available.


THE PALMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .See ad on page 51 701 Linden Ave., (805) 684-3811


The Palms has been putting out the welcome mat for over 100 years. The live music and full bar brings in the crowds, but the cook-your-own- dinner is the hook that keeps ’em coming back. Reasonable prices and a lively atmosphere are guaranteed. Steaks, seafood and a salad bar.


THE DELI HOUSE 666 Linden Ave., (805) 684-3818


Hearty sandwiches, Italian subs, salads and homemade soups are “good to the last bite.” Enjoy breakfast or lunch on the garden patio or take it to the beach.


THE SPOT 389 Linden Ave., (805) 684-6311


Julia Child gave this burger joint two thumbs up. Really! Classic burg- ers, shakes and fries are regularly ordered, but don’t overlook the beef taquitos. Two blocks from the beach makes this an easy to-go option. Bathing suits OK.


THE WORKER BEE CAFE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .See ad on page 85 973 Linden Ave., (805) 745-1828


Bee-licious homestyle breakfast and lunch in a charming restaurant. A decidedly diner menu and more than generous portions keeps this place buzzing with activity. The pancakes are fluffy, tasty and measure about a foot round by a half-inch thick.


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