Had a yummy burger, GF had the tuna which had very spicy wasabi (or horseradish)... we wanted simple, not expensive, surfrider was all that! Friendly staff, lots of people enjoying a meal near the beach!
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We googled restaurants and decided to go to this one. When we arrived, it was very busy with folks waiting. We got on the wait list at #5. Given the choice of standing around or sitting at the bar, we chose the latter. We were...More
We got our dinner to go here- kids got sliders and I did the fish tacos. The food was pretty good- not bad, but not amazing either. I thought for the sliders we should have gotten 3 per order and only got 2, so I'm...More
My wife and I were looking for a place to eat in Santa Cruz, one that served fish or veggie dishes. The Surfrider was well-rated by TripAdvisor, so we tried it. It is in the downtown area and an easy walk from our hotel. It...More
My boyfriend and I stopped here on a recommendation from a friend who said you can't go wrong with this cafe. It was definitely delicious and I enjoyed the deep fried artichoke fritters. The milkshake with fruit loops was bomb! I will be back!
My brother has been wanting to eat at this restaurant and after wandering around town with the phone directions flipped and finding out the first restaurant was no longer in business, we came across this place. I'm glad we did! We all enjoyed our burgers...More
You read that right...the Sriacha Brussel Sprouts are out of this world. I have "converted" several people who didn't like brussel sprouts with them.
The avocado fries are my favorite. This is a cool little place in my favorite city. Can get VERY cramped and tight but well worth the wait. The staff is awesome!!! I always joke about going to Surfrider for dinner.........It's 4 hours away!!!!!!!!! Maybe one...More
Dont really understand the rave reviews. This place is mediocre at best. Chicken wings were unimpressive (deepfried instead of grilled). Sauces come in plastic disposable cups. Vegetables and greens not freshly cut. Seared Tuna was a little overcooked and burned. All was just at the...More