Duke's Malibu restaurant and Barefoot Bar sits perched on the water's edge just four miles north of Sunset Boulevard. Dressed up or down, you'll feel ... More
Duke's Malibu restaurant and Barefoot Bar sits perched on the water's edge just four miles north of Sunset Boulevard. Dressed up or down, you'll feel welcome at this ocean front restaurant. With over 300 feet of picture windows out to the Pacific, Duke's boasts one of the longest oceanfront sites on the west coast. You'll experience the spirit of Aloha here from the crashing waves, Hawaiian influenced cuisine and the genuine friendly service that is Duke's signature. You are invited to relax and take in the endless ocean views while enjoying the freshest seafood and premium steaks, each uniquely prepared and thoughtfully served.
Zuma Beach in Malibu is one of the most famous and popular beaches in Southern California. Its white sands go
on for almost three miles. The locals refer to it simply as Zuma and it has been the site ...
Located where Topanga Canyon Road reaches the ocean, this beach affords views of both Santa Monica Bay and Catalina Island.
Lifeguards are on duty here, although the facilities are limited, including only restrooms and a picnic area. This is ...
This landmark was built in 1906 for Frederick Rindge's private railroad. Malibu Pier is still a site to see and
has a lot of California history behind it. The historic landmark is located in the heart of California's surf ...