Browsing Tag

In Featured, Local Eats + Drinks, Local Entrepreneurs + Shops, local.eats, local.shops

We’re // HOOKED // on Kanaloa Seafood

What started as an unassuming restaurant in the middle of an Oxnard industrial park, has quickly turned into our new favorite hidden gem.

Kanaloa Seafood, with locations in both Oxnard and Santa Barbara, is easy on both your environmental conscience and your wallet — while being some of the best seafood we’ve ever tasted.

Too good to be true?  NOPE.

We’re gonna let you in on a little secret… without naming names, Kanaloa Seafood supplies the exact high-quality seafood brought to your table that you …

Read More

Share Tweet Pin It +1


In Eat.Shop.Play.Explore., Local Eats + Drinks, Local Entrepreneurs + Shops, Local Outdoors, local.drinks, local.eats,, local.parks, local.shops

This Week’s Edition {eat. shop. play. explore.}

Ready for a jam-packed weekend full of festivals and FUN??

{eat & drink.} 

The Santa Barbara Harbor and Seafood Festival is going down this weekend on Saturday, Oct 11, from 10am-5pm.  Not only is admission free, but there will also be free boat rides and tours of the tall ships! [is the little 6-year-old inside of you excited?!] The more ‘refined’ side of you will enjoy the cooking demonstrations while feasting on lobster, albacore, crab, prawns, and all things from the sea.


The Moorpark Beer …

Read More

Share Tweet Pin It +1


In Local Eats + Drinks, Local Entrepreneurs + Shops, local.drinks, local.eats, local.shops

Santa Barbara Public Market {local eats, drinks & shops}

On my most recent trip to Santa Barbara, my mom and I came across the Public Market on Victoria Street. The SB Public Market is a great spot for shopping and grabbing a bite to eat or drink. They have everything from juice bars, wine and cupcakes to pasta, meat, seafood and so much more! It’s a unique collection of regional artisans that offers everything you can imagine in locally sourced and sustainably made foods. So of course, I wanted to buy something from every purveyor.

When we first walked in, we stopped at the Juice Well for some free samples. As most juice …

Read More

Share Tweet Pin It +1


Shop local products now! Sign up as a vendor here! Dismiss