Paradise Cove Beach Cafe
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This is a beautiful stretch of beach that you can get direct access to, which is rare. Get a deck chair, stick your toes in the sand, grab a beer, and write away while listening to the ocean. If you're not going on a weekend, you're going to get plenty of space and it's going to be like your own little private beach retreat. Park on the PCH and walk in to save the parking cost. Stop off at Solstice Canyon for a great hike on your way back into the city.
One of my favorite spots! Eat at the restaurant and then walk up the beach to Point Dume. You will feel like you are in Hawaii!
Eat in the sand and enjoy a meal in front of beautiful Cali beaches. Spend the day at the beach
This is a beach you have to pay to enter but it is beautiful and is the only beach where you can legally order alcohol and drink on the beach.
The only LA beach where you can consume alcohol legally. Bring your own bottle to enjoy with a picnic on a beach blanket or pay for a huge seafood lunch or dinner inside this historic scenic Malibu beach restaurant. Has a star-studded past. Just check out the photographs and memorabilia on…
Great place on the coast, great ambiance and good food. Relaxed atmosphere. Great breakfast too on the weekends!
For those who want a full service beach experience. You can use their beach chairs and just have to buy a minimum of food and drinks to get the parking free.
Restaurant on the beach in Malibu. Outdoor seating and cabanas that can be rented. Watch for local celebs.
Paradise Cove is a secluded beachfront area in Malibu, CA. The cafe is located right on the beach, where you can sunbathe, surf, and spot local celebrities! This was the filming location for many of the famous beach and surfing movies from the 50’s and 60’s. About 25 minutes drive from…
Great spot to watch the surf roll in and some very tasty food! They also have service on the sand!
“Zuma beach is a classic. Often seen in movies and tv shows as it is a recurrent film location. Get in the paid parking or walk all the way to the cliff point (Point Dume beach) where the famous final scene of "Planet of the Apes" 1968 was filmed. You can relax at the beach and take a small hike walk up to the top of the cliff for a better view. Little local secret... for the intrepid ones if you cross the over the rocks you'll reach a more private beach ;) (No lifeguard on this site, watch the tide so you don't get stuck and be cautious.) For that are traveling off-season, please be aware that the pacific ocean and its currents are dangerous even for very experienced swimmers. Please, be careful and don't take unnecessary risks. ”
“This place has great Cuban food and after hours they serve drinks and have Karaoke. Definitely try this out! ”
“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.”
“Located with in long walking distance of the Spartan on Pt Dume. Beautiful sunsets, lively bar scene, happy hour and nice restaurant menu from seafood to pasta”
“You can walk to this Seafood Market & Cafe, either walk down our road or a stroll along the Beach~~~ Know for Fish & Chips... You can bring you’re own beverages of choice to enjoy with your meal. Locals even bring a extra newspaper or table cloth to place on top of the tables...adds to experience!”