Everything you need,
left, right and center.
The heart and soul of Santa Barbara’s cultural and performing arts scene is nestled inside the historic El Pueblo Viejo Landmark District featuring world-class entertainment and shopping housed in some of Southern California’s best examples of Spanish Colonial architecture. From the iconic Arlington Theatre to the fully restored Granada Theatre, the Museum of Art to the Public Library, virtually every block boasts of a unique piece of Santa Barbara’s history and a source of entertainment and pride for its citizens.
But art and architecture aside, the El Pueblo Viejo District is also known for its food. As a resident, you’ll have endless opportunities to feast on the creations of up and coming resident chefs. Or exercise your own culinary skills after a quick trip to the Public Market for fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Whether you’re looking to feed your appetite, or find sustenance for your soul, all you need is just around the corner.