After all had gathered, we hopped in a car to go to a popular Mexican restaurant in town. On the way, our driver told us that David Crosby and Graham Nash were playing at the historic Arlington theatre.
|The Arlington Theatre, Santa Barbara|
But, I can tell you the pastry on the empanadas was a pretty and delicate envelope for the spicy fillings.
The charred fillet was tender and flavorful, and beyond irresistible when topped with the house chimichurri sauce. Chimichurri is an intensely flavorful vinegar based sauce from Argentinia, it’s traditionally served with steak, but is wonderful on most anything else you can imagine (or even straight up)! I think chimichurri is going to become a popular condiment around the market this spring, click here for a recipe from Epicurious.
The tart and refreshing margaritas were perfect with the food.
We finished quickly and were ready for the concert!
While I tend to shy away from revival tours even when they are my old favorite performers, Misters Nash and Crosby did not disappoint.
They looked good, and their voices were strong, melodic and harmonious
|David Crosby and Graham Nash, The Arlington Theatre, Santa Barbara|
In the morning we woke to all of the pleasures of the Biltmore Hotel, so much to explore…
|Breakfast delivered by bike, Hotel Biltmore, Santa Barbara|