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Overlooking Butterfly Beach, Tydes offers intimate indoor and outdoor oceanfront dining exclusively to Resort guests and members of the private Coral Casino Beach and Cabana Club. Unparalleled panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, Channel Islands and the Santa Barbara coastline create a true Riviera feel, while 1930s Art Deco motifs and Scandinavian modern detailing thoughtfully highlight the Club’s original glamour and sense of luxury. At its centerpiece is the Coral Reef Bar, the only aquarium bar in California. Tydes takes a modern approach to California coastal cuisine, blending simple, well-sourced ingredients with creativity and trend forward techniques. Seasonally evolving menus emphasize seafood and incorporate the freshest catch from the Santa Barbara Harbor whenever possible. Driven by the California terroir and rich bounty of local, sustainable produce and ingredients, dishes reflect a New American philosophy and commitment to supporting small local farms and fishermen. An extensive and thoughtful wine list showcases the most exquisite regional winemaking talent with predominantly Santa Barbara County and California labels.
Tydes at Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara
From the north, take 101 South to Olive Mill Road Exit. Turn right onto Channel Drive at the stop sign
The Resort is on the right.
From the south, take 101 North (Ventura Freeway) to Olive Mill Road/Coast Village Road Exit, turn left at stop sign the Resort is on the right.
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