Check out our Father’s Day Weekend Specials along with a secret menu for locals and regulars. We will also be starting an Early Bird special before 9am at great savings.
We will be offering another test delivery service for the majority of downtown Santa Barbara from Saturday May 25h to Monday May 27th, 2019. The delivery service is only offered for items ordered through our own delivery page. Orders will not be placed through 3rd party websites or apps which means you don’t pay for service fees or delivery fees AND you save 15% during this test trial before our full scale launch coming soon after.
* Minimum delivery amount is $10
Coffee is one of nature’s true gems. Not only is coffee delicious, but it also gives us energy when we are dragging. Additionally, coffee is one of the world’s biggest suppliers of antioxidants, which are good for your health because they can help prevent diseases. Naturally, if you are a coffee drinker you may want to know how to best drink your coffee. You may be wondering—how can I get the most out of drinking it every day? Here are seven tips from the Art of Well Being on how to drink your coffee smarter.
Coffee is a big part of a daily routine. Whether you have to have it first thing in the morning, you grab it on the way to work, or you like to leisurely sip it at a café in the evenings, coffee fuels you, wakes you up, and most of all, it’s delicious. If you need to find a new favorite caffeinated beverage or you want to revisit an old favorite, here are seven of the most popular types of espresso drinks for you to try.
Sitting proudly atop his scaled steed and sipping a steaming cup of coffee is Gator Boy, the subject of the mural on the Cajun Kitchen’s parking lot wall.
The mural was painted earlier this year by artist Curt Crawshaw, and has captivated many in the community. Cajun Kitchen co-owner Juan Jimenez commissioned the painting as part of his re-branding initiative.
However, Jimenez did not obtain approval before having the mural painted, and has recently been forced to fight to keep it on display.The city contacted Jimenez during the summer to inform him and his co-owner that the mural would have to be painted over unless they applied for the proper permits.