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Shopping in Santa Barbara, Montecito, Hope Ranch, Goleta, Summerland, Carpinteria and Isla Vista

Shopping in and around Santa Barbara
In and around Santa Barbara
  • Brinkerhoff Avenue
    Santa Barbara's Victorian Landmark District is located between Chapala & De Ia Vina Streets & W. Cota & W. Haley Streets. Enjoy the vintage homes in the tranquil garden setting & shop for antiques, art, wood carvings, collectibles & unique gifts.
  • El Paseo
    The oldest free-standing shopping center in America, built around the original De Ia Guerra family homestead, this elegant Spanish Colonial courtyard contains fine art galleries, shops, and restaurants in an old world setting.
    850 State Street
  • Full Bloom
    (Just up from the Arlington Theatre) Full Bloom for a beautiful and whimsical collection of fountains, garden ornaments, handpainted and wrought iron furniture, rugs, quilts, pillows, ceramic ware, soaps, gifts and decorative items from artisans near and far. Bring the outside in.
    1331 State St., 963-8826
  • The Living Room
    The Living Room is having their last big sale of the millennium! 25% off Indian antiques, Indonesian mahogany, rustic pine & Chinese antiques. 10% off English pine, Teak garden furniture, sofas & chairs, New Mission line & all home accessories! Well worth the drive from downtown!
    2945 De Ia Vina, 569-5652
  • La Arcada Court
    Look for the clock pos which marks the entrance to this Spanish walk through a courtyard lined with art, gifts and clothing shops. Listen for the sound of happy conversations on the restaurant patios and feel the cool breath of a splashing fountain in speckled sunshine.
    1114 State Street
  • Loreto Plaza
    A local full-service plaza for all your shopping needs, bookstores, ice cream parlors, coffee shops, gift name it.
    State at Las Positas, 965-5188
  • La Cumbre Plaza
    This large outdoor mall, features a wide range of clothing, gift and specialty shops. Shaded tables invite you to rest your feet as you decide which of the seventy shops to explore next. Free parking, two’ large department stores, cookies, candy, and restaurants make this a choice spot for an afternoon of shop ping indulgence.
  • Paseo Nuevo Mall
    Stroll through the winding. corridors and beautiful plaza, or sit with your feet up, this is Santa Barbara’s newest mall with over fifty specialty and gift shops. There are also theatres, art galleries, and restaurants, along with two department stores, and plenty of underground parking (enter from the Chapala Street side of the mall).
    651 Paseo Nuevo 963-2202
  • Santa Barbara Farmers Market
    Farm-fresh produce, flowers, and seafood sold by local growers and fishermen. Get here early for the best selection! State St. between Haley and Ortega, Tuesdays from 3:00pm to 6:30pm; Saturdays at Cota and Santa Barbara St. from 8:30am to 12:30 noon. 562-5354
  • State Street
    Everything in Santa Barbara revolves around State Street. From Stearns Wharf at the ocean end, wander uptown or take the shuttle bus past the countless shops, restaurants, galleries, and clubs. On your way, explore Paseo Nuevo, Historic El Paseo, La Arcada Court, Victoria Court, and many other placitas filled with one-of-a-kind gifts and exquisite cuisines.
  • Victoria Court
    Charming inner courtyards await through winding pathways as you stroll through this quaint collection of shops and restaurants at Victoria Street on the west side of the 1200 block of State St.

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