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Blink and you might miss it, but the single street that makes up this cute town is pretty much the center of Santa Barbara wine country. It might be small, but it has several tasting rooms (including Daniel Gehrs and Longoria) and a number of good restaurants. Stop by the Los Olivos Wine Merchant and Café for pizzas, salads and the homemade tampenade to start. They also carry more than 150 wines, making it an obvious stop on your tasting tour. Craving a warm and crusty Panini? Panino has more than 30 options. After lunch, you can peruse the art galleries and be sure to check out Jedlicka’s Saddlery, an authentic Western store that has catered to ranchers and trail riders.