Cold Spring Tavern – Hwy 154 – Lake Cachuma

I forgot I wrote this. A must do . . . yes, I am due!

Let’s talk for a moment about history and finding a moment of solace… OK, done!

Now let’s talk about Cold Spring Tavern. A very quaint hideout in the hills above Lake Cachuma along the 154 in Santa Barbara. We originally found this place when reading a Rachel Ray $40-dollars-a-day review. We have since been back a couple of times for the breakfast menu and the very deserved, mid-travel Bloody Mary.

IMPORTANT NOTE: A very important note… This quick review is based on winter-time (or early spring/late fall) crowds. From what we’ve been told, this is a serious biker destination that will frequent 400 bikes on a summer Saturday or Sunday.

What you’ll find is a very old set of buildings off of a very twisted road. You’ll suddenly happen upon a dirt parking area slightly tucked aside a hill just atop the property. What you’ll find inside the restaurant is…

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