Water covers more than 75% of the globe, teeming with still undiscovered life forms we could probably boil. Discover delicious fish with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for a three-course early-bird or late-night tasting menu for two (a $104 value)
- $95 for a three-course early-bird or late-night tasting menu for four (a $208 value)
Served to parties seated before 6 p.m. or after 8:30 p.m., the tasting menu changes from day to day. Past items have included wild-boar spare ribs; heirloom-tomato salad with chives, brandy, and a blue-cheese-walnut pâté; and sautéed sushi-grade diver scallops with wilted rainbow chard, apple-smoked bacon, and a sherry-curry tomato sauce.
At Zagat-rated Seagrass, chef Robért Perez prepares coastal cuisine with seafood sustainably fished from the Pacific Ocean. Top-shelf ingredients get a creative twist in entrees such as jumbo diver scallops with apple-smoked bacon, wilted rainbow chard, and a vanilla-and-cardamom-infused sauce. At times, Perez creates a fresh culinary experience by fusing cooking methods. The Muscovy duck breast, for example, is both seared and smoked, and the black cod is sautéed before being poached in butter. An abundant wine list, representative of Santa Barbara's diverse wine country, keeps pairing from becoming a tiresome chore like washing the dishes or organizing all the kids’ sweaters by mouthfeel. Inside the dining room, the eponymous seagrass covers the walls, and vaulted ceilings soften conversational sounds.
Our server was very kind as well and helpful with the food. The setting was definitely nice, dimly lit and very romantic.Jon T., Yelp, 6/7/12
The food is absolutely amazing, with such creative approaches to spectacular ingredientsMary N., Yelp, 7/23/12
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Highly recommend, well worth it :)”
“Always attentive, beautifully presented, tasty creative combinations”
“Seagrass gets five stars in every category, from ambience, presentation and quality of food, impeccable and friendly service to cleanliness of the establishment.”
30 E Ortega St.
Santa Barbara, California 93101