Located in the Malibu Country Mart, Lucky’s is an upscale steakhouse that originated in the A-Lister commune known as Montecito. Though this location lacks Oprah and Maghan Markle sightings, the crowd milling around the dining room will keep you entertained from start to finish. You’ll spot locals sipping martinis and intentionally placing their hands so everyone can see their jewelry and surfers who didn’t even bother changing out of their board shorts. That said, Lucky’s is more than just a people-watching sideshow - the food is good too. We recommend doing your best to not to fill up on their excellent table rolls, starting with the shrimp and prosciutto-filled chopped salad, and going for whatever big piece of meat is catching your eye.
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