The Ultimate Malibu Travel Guide
Whether you’re road-tripping highway one, spending the weekend in Southern California, or taking a girls trip to Los Angeles, chances are Malibu is at the top of your travel list. This beachy, hip, laid-back Southern California surf-town staple is one of my favorite places to travel in California, and one of the best places to spend the day in LA.
THE JETSET GUIDE TO MALIBU
Where to eat in Malibu:
Broad Street Oyster Company – Roll up to Broad St. Oyster Co. and devour the best lobster roll you’ll find outside of New England. EVERYTHING here is so, so good.
Malibu Farm – No trip to Malibu is complete without a brunch, lunch, dinner, or drinks at Malibu Farm. They’ve expanded a ton over the years, but their original location cannot be beat. Casual fare, great drinks and some of the best views in all of Malibu!!
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Nobu – Come for the food, stay for the absolutely epic views. There’s nothing better than a sunset cocktail on the patio. Literally nothing.
Lily’s – IYKYK. The best most mind-blowing post- surf burritos you’ll find anywhere.
Sun Life Organics – My favorite acai bowls in all of LA county, but don’t sleep on their smoothies or matcha! Grab anything and head to the beach.
The best wine bars in Malibu:
The best places for dessert in Malibu:
The best hotels in Malibu:
A luxury hideaway located right off the Pacific Coast Highway. Directly across from legendary Surfrider Beach, there’s nothing better than watching the sunrise with coffee (or soaking in the sunset with a cocktail) on the rooftop deck. *Small boutique hotel, limited to 20 rooms; rooftop access is for guests only
The best airbnbs in Malibu:
Where to go to the beach in Malibu:
El Matador State Beach – The giant rocks rising from the sand, and the to-die-for sunsets at El Matador make it a favorite for photographers, with many people choosing to do their engagement photos here!