Downtown Parking Rates Increase Starting Tomorrow
Plus: $10 million price cut for the Montecito Tea Gardens; "for lease" signs are back up at the 805 Hazy & Deli and Victor the Florist spaces; another big wall is under construction along the Highway 101 corridor; Tom Jones and Wallows to play the Arlington; a local company bought the Waterman hotel; reopening of the Oak Park dance floor.
The Miramar Resort’s Sushi Bar Could Be Ready This Summer
More food news: First look at the menus for Anchor Rose at the harbor and Validation Ale in the Funk Zone; bigger space and menu at Broad Street Oyster Co.; Rare Society got pushed back; Barbareño has a cookbook coming out; Chris Chiarappa's forthcoming establishments in Noleta and Goleta; new restaurant in the works at the Santa Ynez Inn; a profile of Finch & Fork's new chef.
Be the First to Live in These Luxury Apartments in Downtown Santa Barbara
Construction is complete and 800 Santa Barbara is now available for immediate occupancy. The property is located at the corner of Santa Barbara and De La Guerra: restaurants, shops, the Funk Zone, the farmers' market, the Santa Barbara Bowl, even the beach—all is walkable from your front door.
Eye-Popping Sales on the Mesa and in Upper San Roque
The market shows no signs of cooling down yet—many of last week's sales were for well above ask. Notable ones include a sweet 1948 house in San Roque; Palomino Road with nice outdoor space; the Alta Mesa house with the fabulous garage door; and Moorish-inspired architecture on E. Cota Street.