Our laid-back beach town is designed for serendipitous occasions - trying out a new restaurant, spontaneous wine tasting or catching the perfect sunset... whatever it is, the less planning the better. But if you're visiting California and only have a day to spend in Santa Barbara, it's best to know where to go and why. This list will give you a taste of Santa Barbara and hopefully encourage you to come again and stay longer!
Celebrating what we hold dearest – food, family, and community!
A neighborhood is defined by the community within it, so, for one afternoon we will be inviting our neighbors to live it, love it, and eat in it, because as Virginia Woolf said “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” Neighborfood is a celebration of food, family, and the community we live in.
Each restaurant in a neighborhood equally adds to the uniqueness and diversity of a community, which is why we are celebrating them all. On Sunday, April 7th, neighbors will explore their neighborhood by dining at 8 different restaurants, all within walking distance.
We all share and love this community, so, it is only right we will be giving a portion of the proceeds to the Santa Barbara FoodBank.
“We started Neighborfood to rejoice and share in the things we love most: food, family, and our neighborhood,” says Dishcrawl Founder, Tracy Lee.
From 2pm-5pm, neighbors will join for an afternoon of exploration by purchasing tickets for $45 at Dishcrawl.com/neighborfoodsb. This ticket includes admission and cost of all food at participating restaurants, with drink specials at various locations.
Here at Dishcrawl, we are proud to say that we started off as a simple idea to explore different foods, restaurants, and neighborhoods in our local area. This idea has blossomed into who we are today, a company that is dedicated to re-imagining the way people experience food, drink, and their local communities.