Jalama Beach Grill
Jalama Beach County Park

World Famous Jalama Burger®

World Famous Jalama Burger®

World Famous Jalama Burger® Jalama Beach Store World Famous Jalama Burger® sign Jalama Beach County Park sign

Jalama Beach Store & Grill is home to the World Famous Jalama Burger®. Locals drive from miles around just to enjoy one of these great burgers at Jalama Beach.


The grill is open from 8:00 AM-5:00 PM. Breakfast is served from 8:00-11:00 AM. The Jalama Beach Grill menu includes all the food you might find at any typical grill: eggs, bacon, hamburgers, hot dogs, grilled sandwiches, and all kinds of fried foods.

The Jalama Beach Grill menu also includes chili verde, chorizo, and chili to spice things up. There's just something special about eating outdoors at the beach that makes everything taste better.

Jalama Beach General Store & Grill


The Jalama Beach Store & Grill brings a touch of civilization to an otherwise remote section of the California coast. Going to Jalama Beach County Park for lunch and an afternoon at the beach makes a great day trip from anywhere in Santa Barbara County.

It's about an hours drive from Santa Barbara and about 45 minutes from Lompoc (Click for driving directions):
  1. Drive north of Santa Barbara on Highway 101.

  2. Take the Lompoc/Vandenberg AFB exit or Highway 1 North.

  3. Drive about 15 miles to Jalama Road. There's only one way to turn. Go west!

Jalama Road takes you on a winding 14.5-mile drive through the California countryside. It might seem like you'll never get there. Just keep going. You can?t miss it.

Read what other customers have to say at TripAdvisor

The store is open from 8:00 AM 'til 5:00 PM during the winter and 7:00 PM in the summer. For more information, call the Jalama Beach Store & Grill at 805-736-5027.

To hear a daily recorded announcement about weather conditions and camping availability, or to leave a message, call (805) 736-6316.

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Stay away from the Grill
by: Robert

Ok, we all undertsand that a great burger and fries at the beach inherently tastes better. Maybe it's the atmosphere, the view, the salt air - whatever. But that doesn't mean we should risk our health should it?

The employees are all either in HS or fresh out and certainly do not care about cleanliness, customer service or food. Becuase of the tight space in front of the ordering window, they make all patrons stand behind some "imaginary" line. The rest of the store and shop all have hanging signs that say "Do not wait for food here". It's comical becuase there isn't enough space to sit down outside and wait because those tables are taken by patrons eating.

Also, the second reason for standing behind that imaginary line is you really don't want to see the cooks scratching themselves and then making your burger. The short time I was watching them make peoples' food, I saw raw meat patties right next to produce. WTH? The cooks are rude and really don't give a rodents behind.

This is par for the course as the entire camping facility is old, nasty and in need of serious updating. I really can't believe the health department hasn't closed them down. Or maybe they are beyond their reach as it is in a county park?

Get a fish taco on the streets of LA and you have about the same chance of not getting sick.


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