Step inside Sideways Lounge, and you’ll see vintage motorcycles collide with antler chandeliers and tufted leather sofas to create an atmosphere that’s both comfortable and contemporary. Pick up a menu, and you’ll encounter an impressive collection of innovative cocktails, craft beers, and Central Californian wines. Wander outside, and you’ll find the most delicious sausages and hand-cut Belgian fries being served from the most charming airstream around. Whether you’re in the market for a delightful date night or a downright enjoyable outing with friends, Sideways Lounge and Santa Ynez Sausage Company will serve up an incredible combination of intrigue and adventure.
Between wood-fired pizzas and juicy rotisserie chickens, Feather & Fire serves up some seriously satisfying comfort foods. What’s more, their location is within walking distance of Sideways Inn. Simply wander through the archway to Flying Flags, walk to Feath-er & Fire at the campground’s entrance and place your order for a wildly craveable creation—like a pesto pizza with rotisserie chicken and artichoke hearts.
There may be nothing cuter than a mini donkey. And at Hidden Canyon Ranch, you’ll have the chance to pet a few and maybe even grab some pictures together too. With their 90-minute walking tour, you’ll learn about sustainable farming practices, enjoy lots of animal interaction and shop hyper-local, ranch-made goods. If you like farm animals, you’ll love seeing them graze and laze at this beautiful, biodynamic ranch.
You’d be hard pressed to find a better brewery in the Santa Ynez Valley than Fig Mountain. With regional favorites like Hoppy Poppy IPA and Santa Barbara Citrus Blonde alongside limited edition brews, their taproom is a terrific place for a few fantastic beers and a whole lot of fun. And if you happen to get a little hungry, you’re in luck—because they also happen to serve up some of the soft pretzels around.
Nothing gets your heart racing quite like rare and vintage mo-torcycles. And just down the road in Solvang, you can see a truly impressive collection of racing bikes, including brands like BMW, Ducati, Moto Guzzi and Velocette and Vincent. And if the museum happens to have bikes for sale, you’ll be able to check those out too. If you love rare bikes, then this is a sight you really don’t want to miss.
The 805 is one of the most frequently ordered Californian craft beers ever. And it’s only one of the offerings Firestone Walker keeps on tap. At their Buellton taproom—located less than half a mile from Hotel Hygge—you’ll find barrel-aged beers, fruited wild ales and slightly vampiric vibe. With tall ceiling, iron-rod chandeliers and barrels in every direction, this is one taproom that’s simultaneously cavernous and cozy.
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