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Moby Dick has been a Santa Barbara tradition for at least 40 years. Our goal is to provide fresh food, great service and spectacular views. We have a wonderful banquet room that accommodates up to 80 people for meetings, parties, etc. We also have an outdoor cocktail patio and the Sunset Room which is a perfect setting for an evening meal. Here at Moby Dick there is always something exciting going on – big waves, surfers, sailboat races, visiting whales, and dolphins. If you are a local and you’ve never been here before, please give us a try. It’s our pleasure to welcome you to a fun and friendly dining experience that will keep you coming back for years to come.
Served with a cup of clam chowder, or a cup of lobster bisque, or a mixed green salad, fresh sautéed vegetables & your choice of a baked potato, mashed potatoes, french fries or rice. Ask server about availability.
Chopped sea clams, diced potato, celery, onions and traditional seasonings simmered in a rich creamy sauce .
From classic pairs like scotch & water to modern hybrids our bartenders can mix and match just about anything your imagination can conjure.
Moby Dick restaurant resides on stearns wharf, "which is positioned in the middle of thebeautiful Santa Barbara bay, every morning ,afternoon and evening is a picture perfect moment". Browse our photos or videos and get a feel for the restaurant! if you like what you see come and visit us. We also have live music by award winning guitarist Derroy. live music hours are Wednesday & Thursday 5-8PM Friday & Saturday 6-9PM and Sunday 10am -2pm. Please visit our gallery & Video section to preview our live music.
Banquet: Moby Dick Restaurant has available a large banquet room which can accommodate up to ninety people. The room provides a beautiful setting for any occasion and can be reserved for private parties or private meetings. Please call For further information or to make reservation.
Stearns Wharf was completed in 1872. Over the next 100 years, the wharf went through many phases. Storms and economic disasters buffeted the wharf, but it survived. A plan developed in 1979 by the city of Santa Barbara resulted in the Wharf and waterfront transformation into a people oriented park with lots of open space for do-it-yourself entertainment, fishing, strolling, and a beautiful ocean view.