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Seagrass is a fine dining seafood restaurant that offers lunch and dinner options. Its menu includes oysters, clams, shrimp cocktail, crabs, crispy calamari, roast chicken breast and mashed potatoes. The restaurant also serves grilled prawns, filet mignon, scallop chowder and ahi tuna. Seagrass offers a range of desserts, such as chocolate cake and coconut ice cream. Additionally, it provides a variety of red and white wines, including Champagne, chardonnay, riesling, sauvignon blanc, pinot noir, zinfandel and syrah. The restaurant hosts a range of special events and parties. Seagrass is located in Santa Barbara, Calif.
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Fax: (805) 963-8584

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Neighborhoods:
Waterfront, Lower State
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Sea Grass Restaurant

SeaGrass Restaurant

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Seafood Restaurants, American Restaurants, Caterers, Family Style Restaurants, Restaurants
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Parking: Street, Lot

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Dressy

Good For Groups: Yes

Good for Kids: No

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Take Out: No

Cuisines: Family Style, American, Steakhouse, Seafood, Californian

Alcohol: Beer, Wine

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

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03/20/2013

Some dishes were so good while others were so-so; it was kind of hit and miss at the same time. Since we had a great Groupon deal, it was ok. If i did not have Groupon, I'm not sure if I would go back to this place since there are so many good restaurants in Santa Barbara.

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01/22/2012
Sublime

This place is like a dream. Warm settings, exceptional service and the one of the best seafood you would ever have. I rarely give anything a 5 star but this place steals the show. Special mention of the super friendly staff, which you would imagine to be snooty at a place like this but they are just too good. Bring a date or come for a special occasion with family/friends or come

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David Best
12/10/2011
Great food and great service

I enjoy life - good friends, good food, good wine and good times. I've had all of them each time I've been to Sea Grass.

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lafoholic
08/06/2007
Without a doubt the most phenomeonal dining experience...

...And I'm not exaggerating.\r
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My boyfriend and I shared the 6 plated prefix meal with wine pairing (we originally were each going to do the 4 plates each, but our waitress suggested otherwise). For each plate, we received our own plate (except the cheese and desserts) and our own full glass of wine. \r
The meal (we told our waitress we love seafood):\r
Aumse of seafood ceviche with mango salsa on a cucumber\r
Jumbo prawn with watercress salad\r
Beef carpachio with bl--d (Cit
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Lemon grass soup and a grilled jumbo scallop\r
For grais (b/c they accidentally made an extra dish)\r
Melon sorbet\r
Duck with a cranberry sauce\r
Assorted cheese\r
Creme brulee\r
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It was beautifully plated. The flavors were delicious. Perfect portions (left full, but not uncomfortable). Seriously, I felt like I was a judge on Top Chef. Our waitress described our dishes and wine beautiful...the pairing was perfect. What blew my mind away is that the bill was a mere $135 because we SHARED the meal. We assumed to pay extra b/c it's double the wine (an extra 6 glasses = over a bottle of wine) plus, it was clearly more food. My boyfriend and I both agreed that had the bill been $300, it would have been well worth it.\r
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The atmosphere was romantic and quiet, with dim lights and other couples around and music playing in the background at just the perfect volume to compliment the ambiance. Our waitress was young and friendly and she even suggested the perfect bar for us to go to afterwards for a drink.\r
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I HIGHLY reccomend Sage and Onion to anyone who visits Santa Barbara. I don't think any place anywhere will top this one.
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bette1stl
03/13/2007
Awesome.

""A solid 4 stars. We came here last week on our anniversary jaunt to Santa Barbara. After a long day of whale watching and wine tasting, the last thing we ended up being in the mood for was a fancy dinner. As it turned out, the Sage and Onion was absolutely lovely. We were served an amouse buche of some kind of yummy thick blended tomato-y soup in a cute little espresso cup. The truffled white cheddar souffle was a delicious beginning, and surprisingly light and fluffy, it didn't...view more weigh us down but got us excited about the main course. Our main courses were fantastic. Mine was steak with scalloped potatoes and rapini that were to die for. Hers was ahi perfectly seared tuna in a coconut curry lemongrass sauce, and she LOVED it. The owner said hello, and even gave us some unbelievable cabernet (on the house, it was a 2003 Jordan Cabernet that was the best wine of the trip). I was so full by dessert that I only ordered sorbet, which was as sweet and refreshing as I'd hoped it would be. It was a wonderful night, and made our anniversary not just the special night it was, but special AND tasty! And the waiter was adorable to boot (just look for the tall, dark, and handsome guy)! We'll happily return next time we're in SB.""view less

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shescraftyone
06/07/2006
Best lobster ravioli

Love the ambience and the music. Request a corner table. blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah

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ars_poetica
05/08/2006
Savor the Sage

Upon entering Sage and Onions dining room, we felt welcomed into their home. A cozy space tastefully appointed with just the right amount of Anglophile accoutrements without spilling into the usual clutter of other British-inspired establishments. The atmosphere remained relaxed throughout: Lighting and acoustics at a comfortable level; Service paced nicely; Dishes executed deliciously. The amuse-bouches were true treats: A sake-cup shot of a beautiful bisque; a tasty tropical fruit...view more sorbet; and the creamy coconut-covered chocolate truffle a la petit-four after we had their updated version of the classic English Trifle. What a lovely evening overall We couldnt have been more pleased with a dining experience after driving up from a hectic Los Angeles weeknight. Would that we were closer to Sage and Onion to frequent more regularly. Cheers!view less

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orangeasterisk
04/02/2006
Excellent Evening

Sited just off the State St. bustle, this charming and inviting restaurant pleased us and our out-of-town guests. The service was excellent, the chef amicable, the food delicious, the local wines enticing, the ambience just right, and the chocolate cake scrumptious. And with a few amuses-bouche thrown in between courses we thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Would highly recommend it.

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kkirston
04/03/2005
Adored it.

Absolutely one of the most pleasant restaurant experiences I've ever had. Attentive & incredibly accomodating service in a mellow, relaxed atmosphere. We closed the restaurant without even realising it we felt that un-rushed.
The fois gras appetizer is to die for and don't miss the fresh berry souffle...best I've ever tasted. Highly recommended.

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dlbzzzzz
12/11/2002
overrated

food here is above average but service is below par. VERY slow.

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