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Best Breakfast Spots on the Beach in Santa Barbara

  • January 10, 2014
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Santa Barbara is a beautiful oasis who doesn’t love to enjoy a breakfast fit for a king and queen while watching the waves tumble on to the shore.

Boathouse at Hendry’s Beach

This is truly one of Santa Barbara’s best breakfast spots. It is located at 2981 Cliff Dr. You have the option of dining inside or outside unless the temperatures have reached the triple digits we recommend outdoor dining. Even though the view from inside is just as breath taking. This restaurant caters to the whole family (even the dog) this is one of the only beaches that allow dogs in Santa Barbara. There menu is full of delicious breakfast options to choose from and the prices are affordable. For those of you who live in Santa Barbara it is a wonderful place for Sunday Brunch.

 East Beach Grill

This is another great dining establishment that sits right on the beach. It is located at 1118 E. Cabrillo Blvd. They open at 6am and you can dine inside or outside. All of their breakfast entrees are under $10 including their famous seafood omelets if you’re not in the mood for seafood that early they have a large menu of items to choose from.

Both of these restaurants are wonderful but there are plenty more to choose from next time you’re in town.

If you are considering moving to this beautiful area, you’re in luck Karen Spechler is a Santa Barbara real estate expert contact me today!

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