This restaurant is so rustic and charming with great food and wines. It is an an 1800's old stagecoach stop that is a must do. It is a bit difficult to find in the hills above Santa Barbara, but well worth the effort. The menu...More
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The owner/management should either update their inaccurate website, which promotes "Our famous Cold Spring Chili, Soups, Salads and Beverages are available between 3 and 5 PM daily" or better train their staff to learn the hours of service and proper service for that matter. We...More
We always come here on Sunday afternoons to hear the live music, tri the tri-tip and relax. Maybe even dance. It gets crowded and lively and it's always a good time. A little misleading to say this is in Santa Barbara since it's still a...More
Very enjoyable food, ambiance and service is great. We really enjoy their salads and make a full meal if you are not into the main course. Soups are lovely too.
Cool old stagecoach stop that has been serving quality food for many years. This is a great place to stop on the way up to wine country on the San Marco lPass. We had terrific Barbecue Tri Tip and Chili. We sat outside in the...More
The Steak and the Cold Springs Chicken are great, the wine list is also good. The surroundings are very quaint ansd secluded.
I arrived in SB on the Sea Princess. After touring the town, I was met by a friend and he asked where we wanted to go for lunch. He had a choice of a Mexican, a Chinese and this place. It was recommended by his...More
drove in from SB, took SanMarcos Dr. Wild scenery, cool drive, scary cliffs but awesome ride. Got there Thursday at 11am for lunch. This place is a sight as you can read elsewhere. Both our meals were tasty and reasonably priced. I had tri-special wife...More
add the yellow sauce and the salsa to the sandwiches served outside saturday and sunday. Also, there is live music and it is an interesting historic spot.