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401 S A St
Oxnard,
CA
US

EatMeCalifornia reviewed JD's Louisiana BBQ in 2009. Yelpers give the restaurant an average of four stars.

1045 Patterson Rd
Oxnard,
CA
US

Here's the thing about Famous Dave: he wasn't always famous. Dave Anderson inherited his passion for barbecue from his father, a humble construction worker who knew where to find the best barbecue on Chicago's street corners. In 1994, Dave opened his first barbecue shack in Hayward, Wisconsin, and before long, the shack was attracting 5,000 customers weekly?a momentous feat considering Hayward had a population of 1,800. Dave's lifelong pursuit of barbecue perfection had certainly paid off. It gave him a new life's work to be proud of. And, of course, a new first name to put on his passport.

With locations now spread across the U.S., Canada, and even Puerto Rico, Famous Dave's has become a revelation for barbecue fans. It has earned more than 700 awards, including first-place honors for its ribs, wings, and sauces. Most of these awards have Famous Dave's cooking process to thank. For every batch, pitmasters hand-rub high-quality cuts and cook them for hours at a time in live-wood smokers, taking care to not disturb the dragons napping between the logs. For Famous Dave's renowned ribs, the process has an extra step after the smoker, as each rack gets tossed on a grill to caramelize the sauces before serving.

2770 Seaglass Way
Oxnard,
CA
US

Growing up in the Depression era often meant becoming an entrepreneur and doing whatever you could to make money. That was the case for Truett Cathy, who began selling soft drinks and magazines as a child growing up during the late '20s and early '30s. After a stint with the U.S. Army, he used all of his money to open a restaurant, the Dwarf Grill (later named the Dwarf House), in the south Atlanta suburb of Hapeville in 1946.

It was here that he began experimenting with chicken sandwiches, and in the '60s, he developed his original chicken sandwich recipe and opened the first Chick-fil-A. Today, the eatery has more than 1,700 locations in 38 states and D.C.

In addition to satisfying hunger with the original chicken sandwich created all those years ago, Chick-fil-A now fills bellies with spicy chicken sandwiches, crispy chicken nuggets, and waffle fries that are as golden as the voice of a plucky redheaded orphan. The meals pair with traditional southern drinks of refreshing lemonade and sweetened iced tea, as well as creamy milkshakes.

2040 N Rose Ave
Oxnard,
CA
US

In 1967, L&L Hawaiian Barbecue began as a small drive-thru diner in Honolulu. Over the next several decades, the eatery expanded to more than 175 franchise locations across its home state and the continental United States. Though they have maintained their original base of operations and continue to draw on its local inspirations, L&L's owners take pride in introducing new communities to their take on traditional island comfort fare. Dishes such as fried chicken katsu, shredded kalua pork, and blends of mixed Hawaiian-style barbecue draw from Asian and American culinary influences, and ice-cold drinks pay homage to the frozen strait that first brought explores from Hawaii to the mainland.

321 W Esplanade Dr
Oxnard,
CA
US

Tomas Cafe & Gallery, noted on NBC LA for their take on the classic Mexican breakfast dish chilaquiles, staffs a legion of chefs and baristas who craft inventive breakfast and lunch dishes from local ingredients paired with coffeehouse drinks. In addition to brewing their own blend of coffee, the baristas furnish empty hands with mugs full of latte or cappuccino. Guest dine within the restaurant’s vibrant dining room, which is decked out in neon pink and bright yellow walls speckled with local artwork. Natural light floods the interior, breathing life into overhanging palm trees, which are rumored to steal succulent cinnamon rolls while diners aren't looking.

622 S A St
Oxnard,
CA
US