This weekend in Santa Barbara we have transitioned from Faux Spring to Faux Summer, which meant we were going to take advantage of the beautiful weather and go wandering on upper State Street. Upper State Street has the museum, the library, the newly refurbished Granada Theater, and a myriad of interesting shops and restaurant. One of the oldest building is the Arcada. It is a lovely cross shaped arched with a glorious fountain filled with turtles and koi fish. This is where Cielito's Taqueria can be appreciated. We sat outside at a little table around the fountain enjoying the antics of the turtles.
Here is an excerpt from their menu, "Tortillas are made to order, by hand, using the traditional method of grinding corn into masa and combining with water. At Cielito we support local food producers whenever we can, and source all of our ingredients carefully with an unwavering commitment to choosing food that are cultivated safely, justly and sustain ably."
We tried several things on the Taqueria menu, and every item was excellent, and as we were happily munching, we were making plans to come back, and try the rest of the fare.
Adjoining the Taqueria is Cielito, the restaurant open in the evening, tapas style inspired by new Mexican cuisine and the cuisine of South America. In addition, they have a variety of seafood, most of it locally caught or grown such as our famous mussels from Hope Ranch.
Wishing you a delightful Sunday, Cheers, Ron & Alexandra
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