Malibu Travel Guide
Malibu Local History
This is one of the celebrity colonies in Los Angeles with plenty of multi million dollar homes along its beaches.
Malibu Lagoon State Beach - Malibu is said to have one of the best surfing spots in southern California, if not the world and to the east of the lagoon, the Surfrider country beach is said to epitomize this. Volley ball courts are located along the beach and the whole area support has a wide range of marine life and birds.
Zonker Harris Beach - You can rent surfboards, wetsuits and sail boards and just about everything to make things happen for you on the beach.
Malibu Restaurants and Bars
Bread and Porridge - This is an day breakfast and lunch venue where pan cakes feature highly in flavours like banana, strawberry, choc chip, pecan and blueberry. Light meals like sandwiches and entrees feature highly and all prices are not more than US$12.
Gladstone's 4 Fish - This restaurant is by the ocean and makes abundant use of the resources at its disposable
Malibu Inn - Over 300 photographs of movie stars line the walls of this establishment where it is not impossible to bump into people from the film business. The menu ranges from chicken teriyaki chicken sandwiches and broccoli cheese soup to a top of the range menu.
Malibu Bars & Clubs
Wasabi - Diners can sup on sushi while enjoying live entertainment that ranges from live music to live acts at this downtown venue. Wasabi is Japanese word for a plant with a thick green root that tastes like strong horseradish and which is used in cookery.
Yard House - With its 250 taps of beer, this place is worth a visit just to see the beer on display, that includes both local and international brands. It is centrally located in the Promenade, Long Beach's busy thoroughfare. The atmosphere is what some describe as "New York."
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