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Best things to do in Malibu

“Many shops and restaurants. They also have nice playground for the kids. The newly constructed Wholefood will be open in June, 2019.”
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“Nobu Chef Gregorio Stephenson serves up lobster and shiitake salad, sashimi, and ceviche! This is an upscale eatery that is worth every penny ”
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History Museum
“A stunning architectural build that pays homage to early Spanish style with Moorish elements. This is a beachside 'farm' located directly next to the famous Surfside Beach. Take a tour through the museum! ”
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Kubanisches Restaurant
“Great Cuban/Mexican fusion... so good! We love this place!! Sit on the patio after the beach... or at sunset.”
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“If you want to see coastline, skip Venice and see where the real beauty of Southern California's shores lie. These close in state beaches are a short drive from Santa Monica and are truly beautiful.”
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Amerikanisches Restaurant
“Spend the day on a private beach, enjoy the food, catch some rays, meet some interesting people and watch the sun set over the Pacific Ocean.”
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“Malibu has a reputation for excessive wealth and exclusivity, yet all of the town's beaches are public – everyone's welcome. If you're seeking an LA beach spot for sunbathing and swimming, look no further than this part of town. The beaches here are far cleaner than those at Santa Monica or Venice Beach. Malibu's Zuma Beach is considered one of the finest beaches in the Los Angeles area. Locals and tourists laud Zuma for its awesome waves, ample parking and easy access to beachside snacks. Plus, there are a plethora of lifeguard stations and bathroom facilities. The city of Malibu is northwest of the central LA area. The trip from downtown to Zuma is about 36 miles long, but keep in mind that traffic can quickly build up along the Pacific Coast Highway. Sights like the Getty Villa and the Adamson House are located nearby, and the restaurant-filled Trancas Country Market sits within walking distance of the beach's north end. Zuma Beach is open daily from sunrise to sunset and is free to visit.”
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Griechisches Restaurant
“If you are heading to Malibu, this Greek restaurant is sure to please...lively, music, great service, outdoor or indoor seating...”
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“Malibu is known for its gorgeous beaches, wealthy residents and celebrities—not so much for its restaurant options. But after a meal at Malibu Farm, you’ll realize that here, it’s about quality over quantity. If delicious, healthy and organic food with breathtaking views sound like your idea of a good dining experience, you’ll love this place.”
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Mediterranes Restaurant
“Having taken over Malibu's beloved breakfast spot Coogie's, which closed after 25 years, restaurateur Nate Heydari had some big shoes to fill. And fill them he did with a more farm-to-table approach to all-day fare, a full bar and that quintessential laid-back beach style both inside and out. Proudly boasting local farm purveyors for ingredients, the menu veers from California chia and acai bowls, omelets and huevos rancheros for breakfast, to small plates like kebabs, penne Bolognese, plus big salads, pizzas and burgers for dinner. It's super-popular with the locals.”
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“Geoffrey's has very good food, very romantic, but is very pricey. The view is amazing and they have a very nice bar if you want somewhere to go for a drink.”
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“My number one favorite shopping mall. Love the wood deck, fresh ocean air, and nice sophisticated atmosphere of the mall.”
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Point of Interest
“About 40 mins from Venice but a lovely day trip. Brunch at Malibu Farm is worth it and the beach under the pier, is Surfrider. ”
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Neue amerikanische Küche
“Moonshadows has set the standard for excellence in Malibu dining since the day it opened it's doors, four decades ago. At Moonshadows guest's find themselves immersed in an elegant yet comfortable environment complete with the breathtaking view of the Pacific Ocean. Whether sitting down for a romantic dinner, or a weekend brunch, guests are treated to the best of contemporary American cuisine. The menu is complimented by a wine list that has been honored with Wine Spectator's Award Of Excellence for three years in a row. Weekends feature an international roster of DJs spinning an eclectic mix of down tempo, lounge, and house grooves. Bottle service is available on the patio, and reservations are highly recommended on the weekends.”
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“Stopping at this no-frills cafe is a rite of passage for PCH travelers. The trick is finding a time when a line isn’t snaking out the door into the parking lot. Whether it’s golden fried fish 'n' chips, cups of chowder, lobsters or grilled mahi mahi, a stop at this roadside stand across from the sand is a must for every beachgoer. Order in the little cafe, grab a picnic table on the hill, chow down and watch the waves from your perch.”
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Malerischer Ausblick
“Point Dume is a long bluff that offers views of Palos Verdes Peninsula and Santa Catalina Island.”
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