Named to SUNSET MAGAZINE's list of "Top Ten Seafood Spots by the Sea," The Endless Summer bar-cafe has vintage surfboards hanging everywhere, surf videos from all over the world (of course, including "The Endless Summer"), and fresh seafood straight from the fishermen's market around the corner. SUNSET liked the popcorn shrimp and the sesame-crusted ahi on a warm spinach salad; many of the local fishermen stop here to 'talk story' at day's end over a Rincon burger or fish tacos, washed down with a mai-tai or an Endless Summer blonde--ale, that is. The Endless Summer is a world-famous surfing film made in the early sixties that helped define the genre and mirrored the surf culture which has become such a part of the California lifestyle. Stop by The Endless Summer and get a taste of that spirit. And, by the way, Endless Summer filmmaker Bruce Brown might be sitting next to you, scarfing down some local Hope Ranch oysters. A restaurant with a view located at 113 Harbor Way, Suite 180, Santa Barbara, California (805) 564-1200