Why is it called the Funk Zone in Santa Barbara?

Why is it called the Funk Zone in Santa Barbara?

Somewhat newly reemerging along the famed waterfront is the aptly named Funk Zone, so-called for its historically artsy, creative tenants throughout the (now converted) warehouse-heavy neighborhood.

What street is the funk zone on?

The Funk Zone is a unique Santa Barbara arts, culture, business, and industrial district between State Street and Garden Street, and Montecito Street to Cabrillo Boulevard.

When did the Funk Zone Open in Santa Barbara?

1962
At Santa Barbara Winery, which blazed the trail by setting up an outpost here in 1962, a gentle vibe beckons, with many guests seated at tables on a sunny outdoor patio.

Does Santa Barbara have wineries?

With over 200 wineries throughout the region, we realize that planning a day or two of wine tasting is no easy feat. That’s why we’ve put together a list of the best Santa Barbara wineries to visit.

What zone is Santa Barbara?

FYI: The Santa Barbara area is located in Climate Zones 9 & 10 according to the USDA system Plant Hardiness Map and Sunset Zones 21-24 Los Angeles Region Map.

Where did Santa Barbara Winery move to?

Based on the signage on the wine tasting room doors, Santa Barbara Winery is moving to 28 Anacapa St. where Kunin Wines was.

Do you have to wear a mask in Santa Barbara?

In accordance with the California Public Department of Health and the Santa Barbara County Public Health, only unvaccinated persons are required to mask in all Indoor Public Settings. Fully vaccinated individuals are recommended to continue indoor masking when the risk may be high, effective February 16, 2022.

What are the Covid restrictions in Santa Barbara?

Where do celebrities hang out in Santa Barbara?

Coast Village Road and the Upper Village boast numerous shops and restaurants frequented by celebrities. Catch a polo match at the Santa Barbara Racquet and Polo Club; people watch during the match then stick around for the After Hours party.