This hidden gem is quietly tucked away at Goleta beach, just a short distance south of University California Santa Barbara’s campus. Picturesque sunsets and a savory seafood menu sets this bar-café apart from other restaurant’s in the downtown Santa Barbara area. In addition, the owners of this cafe have a cumulative of 90 years of restaurant experience, and it shows with their exceptional service and culinary masterpieces.
Wine can greatly enhance any dining experience, but it can often be tricky to find the “right” pairing to go with a meal, and particularly tricky with seafood. While many traditionally consider white wine to always go with fish, this can be a bit of a generalization, as some kinds of fish can delicious pair with a rosé or a merlot. So, what kinds of fish pair best with the varieties of wine? Here are 11 ideas on great wine and fish pairings. (It’s important to remember that this guide isn’t designed to be the ultimate say-so in what works, and your personal palette should always determine what wine you drink!)
Oysters are unusual and delicious molluscs that provide the human body with a number of unique nutrients and minerals, which subsequently result in some great health benefits. These include the ability of oysters to aid weight loss attempts, boost metabolic activity, increase tissue repair and growth, lower your cholesterollevels, reduce blood pressure, improve your immune functions, aid in wound healing, and promote healthy growth. Furthermore, they are considered a powerful aphrodisiac, can improve blood circulation, and increase bone strength to reduce osteoporosis.