Located on the grounds of Calamigos Ranch - which is less a functional ranch, and more a wedding destination with private bungalows and giant pools - Malibu Cafe serves pretty standard Malibu fare (hello, $28 breakfast sandwich), but the bottomless deal is great, and you’re eating on a lawn where people promise to be with each other for the rest of their lives, so it almost doesn’t matter.
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