Portabella Bar & Grill
Home Of Santa Maria-Style BBQ
A culinary tradition rooted in the Santa Maria Valley, Santa Maria-style barbecue centers around a beef tri-tip and is a mainstay of California’s culinary heritage. Featuring local produce and locally sourced beef, Portabella Bar & Grill honors our area’s roots with a menu that celebrates the Santa Maria-style BBQ. The flagship item on our menu is, of course, the classic Tri-Tip Sandwich, perfectly seasoned with black pepper, salt, and garlic salt. Other popular menu items include the Roasted Garlic Bruschetta, Crispy Chicken Salad, Potato Skins, and French Toast.
Weekdays: 6am – 10am
Weekends: 6am – 11am
Bar: 4pm - 10pm daily
Dinner: 5pm - 10pm daily
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Drinks & Apps At The Bar
Newly remodeled and featuring three large flat screen televisions, the Portabella Bar & Grill is the perfect place to grab a drink with friends at the end of the day. Enjoy our full bar with a large selection of cold beers, local wines, and a variety of liquors. Whether you are entertaining a client or just enjoying some time with friends and family, Portabella Bar & Grill provides great food and drinks and is one of the best places to unwind in Santa Maria.
Dine In With Room Service
You can enjoy the same delicious Portabella Bar & Grill menu from the comfort of your room. Room service is available from from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., so keep your PJs on!
Santa Maria Valley Craft Cocktail Contest
We are participating in the 2020 Santa Maria Valley Craft Cocktail Contest. Come to the Portabella Bar & Grill to try our house special the Washington Fire Apple cocktail. This delightful drink is the shining star on our cocktail menu and our bartenders love whipping them up for our patrons. Please visit the Santa Maria Valley website to vote for our Washington Fire Apple cocktail.Vote Now
Recommendations from the Kitchen
"When dining in the hotel’s Portabella Bar & Grill, I always try to order some of the locally sourced items that might be hard to find elsewhere.
Tri-tip steak is synonymous with Santa Maria – it all started here. It is a tender sirloin cooked on the grill with seasoning, and is available either as a full-cut entrée or thinly sliced in a ciabatta roll as a sandwich. Pair either style with a glass of Liberty School Pinot Noir 2013, another local favorite from Paso Robles.
And for dessert, try to order the strawberries with vanilla ice cream when they are in-season. The Santa Maria Valley is one of the top strawberry growing regions in California – there is even a strawberry festival held every April!"