36 "Malibu" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Neptune’s Net is a kitschy seafood dive that’s all 1950′s Americana and a must-stop for any jaunt up PCH.
Nicolas Eatery provides a welcome middle ground amongst Malibu’s high-end steakhouses and seafood shacks.
Lucky’s is a fancy Malibu steakhouse with great people-watching and even better food.
Malibu’s Broad Street Oyster Company is the grown-up version of a pop-up, and the ultimate LA seafood destination.
The Old Place is an aptly named saloon in the Santa Monica Mountains that also happens to serve some of the best steak in LA.
Sagebrush Cantina is a restaurant and saloon in Calabasas that’s always guaranteed to be a wild time - especially during their Sunday brunch.
Lily’s, a tiny Mexican breakfast spot in Malibu, serves truly excellent breakfast burritos.
Mon Li is a $150 cocktail omakase in Malibu, with things like mole old fashioneds and sea sponge negronis.
Giorgio Baldi is an Italian restaurant in the Palisades and one of the most insane celebrity hideouts in the city.
Nobu Malibu is one of the most famous sushi restaurants in the world, and it still delivers on all its hype.
Cafe Habana is more expensive than other Mexican restaurants in Malibu, but those other restaurants don’t have this patio situation.
Casa Escobar serves decent Mexican food in a friendly atmosphere right on PCH.