• Scarlett Begonia
    Photo courtesy of Geneva Ives
  • Scarlett Begonia
    Photo courtesy of Geneva Ives
  • Scarlett Begonia
    Photo courtesy of Geneva Ives
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Scarlett Begonia

Cuisine: American, New American



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Farm to Table: There is not enough space here to describe how truly scrumptious and utterly satisfying a meal at the Scarlett Begonia is. First, everything they serve is created in-house. From pastries to ketchup to...  Read More
Outdoor Dining: There is not enough space here to describe how truly scrumptious and utterly satisfying a meal at the Scarlett Begonia is. First, everything they serve is made in-house; from pastries to ketchup to...  Read More
Breakfast/Brunch: There is not enough space here to describe how truly scrumptious and utterly satisfying a meal at the Scarlett Begonia is. First, everything they serve is made in house; from pastries to ketchup to...  Read More
Brunch: There is not enough space here to describe how truly scrumptious and utterly satisfying a meal at the Scarlett Begonia is. First, everything they serve is made in-house; from pastries to ketchup to...  Read More


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  • Farm to Table: "There for breakfast? You can add a maple bacon biscuit to any meal for just $4."
  • Outdoor Dining: "Here for breakfast? Try the maple bacon biscuit or shrimp and grits."
  • Breakfast/Brunch: "Brunch cocktails: you want them, this place has them. Skip the mimosa and get a King's Lemonade or Scarlett Peppernel instead."
  • Best for Farm to Table Because: Modern dishes made using sustainable, organic and high quality ingredients make this one of the most foodcentric restaurants in Santa Barbara.
  • Best for Outdoor Dining Because: Sunny outdoor dining on two levels (combined with AMAZING food) makes the Scarlett Begonia one of our top picks.
  • Best for Breakfast/Brunch Because: Interesting (and delicious) breakfasts for travelers who have tried everything. All breads, sauces and whatnot are made in house.

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