Who: Stearns Wharf businesses
What: Stearns Wharf is Open!
Where: Stearns Wharf, Santa Barbara, CA
The Shops, Restaurants, Cruises, and Winery are all up and running.
If you are looking to get out and get some fresh air, check out Stearns Wharf. There is plenty of room for safe distancing, and as always – fishing is free. We believe everybody should stay healthy, so we recommend wearing masks, and masks may be required for entry into the shops and restaurants.
Stearns wharf has the best views of the Channel Islands and Santa Barbara. Come visit your favorite shops and restaurants.
The Conway Family’s Deep Sea Tasting Room was opened on June 12th for wine service by-the-glass and bottle. Guests can enjoy a large selection of hand-crafted local wines while seated on the outdoor deck overlooking the ocean, or at one of the ocean-view tables inside. The Tasting Room will be open daily, from 12:00pm-7:00pm. No reservations are required. Visit conwayfamilywines.com for more information on Deep Sea and Conway Wines, or call 805.618.1185.
Moby Dicks is now open from 11am to 4pm daily and offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner; with the harbor entrance as our spectacular backdrop. Fresh fish, a children’s menu, reasonable prices, a full bar, and friendly service, make the Moby Dick Restaurant a Santa Barbara tradition for young and old. Visit https://stearnswharf.org/moby-dick/, or call 805.965.0549.
Stearns wharf has the best views of the Channel Islands and Santa Barbara. Parking on the wharf and the adjacent lots are not monitored at this time so take advantage of the free parking. Visit your favorite shop or restaurants and watch for watch for the Sea Centers reopening in July.
Stearns Wharf is located in the harbor in Santa Barbara, California. When completed in 1872, it became the longest deep-water Wharf between San Pedro and San Francisco. Named for its builder, local lumberman John P. Stearns, the wharf served the passenger and freight shipping needs of California’s South Coast for over a century. Stearns Wharf, Your local destination – and where State Street Meets the Sea. Ninety minutes free parking, and always dog-on-a-leash friendly.
For more information, please visit www.stearnswharf.org
Photos of Deep Sea Tasting Room credit Jesse Natale