The Culinary Destination – Los Alamos



Los Alamos, California, has become a culinary destination in the scenic Santa Ynez Valley.

Perched high above one of the Santa Ynez Valley’s hottest culinary destinations is Skyview Los Alamos, is a mid-century scene for a Los Alamos hotel stay.

In town, foodie meccas like Bell’s restaurant, Full of Life Flatbread, Bob’s Well Bread Bakery, Pico, and Plenty on Bell, blend into their stagecoach-era historical structures. These also house wine and beer tasting experiences at the likes of Bodega Los Alamos, Lo-Fi Wines, Lumen Wines, Municipal Winemakers, and Babi’s Beer Emporium, among others.

In-town antique scouting might lead to out-of-town wine tasting at Zaca Mesa to the east, or to the south, at Dierberg Star Lane Vineyards or Spear Vineyards & Winery.

Complete food-centric itineraries with memorable meal “musts” at destination dining spots. You might try Buellton’s Industrial Eats or Hitching Post II, or Solvang’s Michelin Plate-honored First & Oak, or Santa Ynez Italian mainstay, S.Y. Kitchen. Plan your culinary adventure.