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Restaurants

Wahoo’s To Open 32 More Stores, including New York & Vegas

Wahoo’s is expanding! The California-based fusion taco and burrito purveyor just announced that they are to open approximately 32 new locations across the United States including a location in New York.

Wahoo’s first east coast location is set to open this November at 333 Park Avenue South, just a few short miles away from New York University and is to be the first of many locations to be opened in the state.

Wahoo’s co-founder Wing Lam has just signed a deal that would put into motion a 32 unit expansion of the 52 unit chain currently located in California, Colorado and Hawaii. Lam intends to bring the glory of fish tacos to locations all over the US such as Nebraska, Nevada and Texas.

The Chain is also going to open its first Santa Barbara location within the vicinity of the University of California Santa Barbara, one of the state’s most notorious party schools. Lam has declared this location “Our first school pub” where beer and wine will be served and hopes to open the new location by the next fall quarter.

(via OC Register)

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Hit-Or-Miss

The Burger Bus (Santa Barbara, CA)

A mobile burger stand in Santa Barba, CA utilizing a hollowed out a school bus. The Burger Bus is run by a married couple consisting of a bus driver and a school teacher. Together, they’ve combined forces to create Santa Barbara’s first mobile burger stand, highlighted by unique menu items such as the The Burger Bus CB&J™, a 1/3 pound patty covered in melted cheese, sweet grilled onions and seasonal Mama’s Preserves jelly, all piled high on a toasted ciabatta roll. If you’re in the Santa Barabra area, make sure to hit up The Burger Bus website to check out the menu and find out the bus’ route!

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Adventures

Eladio's Restaurant

Recently I was in Santa Barbara for my uncle Mark’s wedding. After an incredible night of drinking and partying, and a morning of a pretty heavy hangover, food couldn’t sound any better. My sister had been to this spot on State St. called Eladio’s which sounded great to all the parties involved, so we all walked down the beach to get some breakfast. Follow me through this meal, because it was seriously on another level.