Did they really have "oj n' bacon" pancakes when I was a kid?
This place. Jeesh. Um... it's rad. Mojitos on the street patio under the vines in the sunlight, chili, the hum-chatter-laugh noise of that filled bar, if those walls could talk.
"The Paradise Cafe is located in a 1915 vintage brick and stucco building that once housed an Italian bakery. Attached to the main building is a Victorian structure that served as the proprietor’s residence. The La Paloma Cafe opened at this location in 1938; serving Mexican food to downtown residents as well as the servicemen who were based at what is now U.C.S.B. during the Second World War. The landmark building was leased by the Paradise Cafe partners in 1981..." -http://www.paradisecafe.com/about/
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