Little Dom’s Seafood Is Open and Taking Reservations

••• Check out Le Café Stella‘s next-level socially distant dining (above).

••• Little Dom’s Seafood in Carpinteria is open (this week, Thursday through Sunday, 4:30-10 p.m., and Wednesday through Sunday after that) and taking reservations online.

••• I got the vibe on social media that Westside pizzeria Revolver is in friends-and-family mode. Below is a look at the front and back of it, and click here for a glamour shot of the pepperoni pizza. Update: And here’s the pizza menu. Love a clam pie….

••• I didn’t know that Bob’s Well Bread of Los Alamos is opening an outpost in Ballard.

••• D. reports that Tino’s Italian Grocery is temporarily closed due to possible Covid exposure. Here’s hoping it reopens soon.

••• Angel Sanchez of Angel Catering Company is “now serving a wildly popular street taco and quesadilla menu all day at Night Lizard. Most popular is his Korean-inspired taco served on a blue corn tortilla with pulled pork that’s braised for more than 12 hours [and] topped with homemade chipotle barbecue aioli, lemon sriracha aioli, cabbage, and seasonal fruit like snow melon or mango.” —Independent

••• The Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation shared an advance peek of its forthcoming installation at the Pickle Room: “Honoring Jimmy’s Oriental Gardens […] our new display includes a life-size mural of Jimmy Chung and his son Bill serving drinks to local patrons at the bar, as well as multiple oral history quotes and photos that help tell the story of the Chung family and the life they created in Santa Barbara’s Presidio neighborhood. Once completed, the display will include original artifacts from Jimmy’s Oriental Gardens.” Photo by Kevin McGarry, courtesy the SBTHP.

••• The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf on Calle Real in Goleta has “temporarily” closed. —Restaurant Guy

••• Last Saturday, Duo Catering & Events had a pop-up restaurant; with “house-made bratwurst with kimchee, grilled onions, pickles and stone ground mustard.” Follow Duo on Instagram to see if it recurs.


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