Malibu Farm

Looking for an escape from reality?
Malibu Farm, located in, yep, you guessed it… Malibu, is one of a kind. They have two locations on the same pier, one at the very beginning and one at the end.

We opted for the beginning and were seated, in my opinion, in the best seats overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Check out our stunning view below.

Malibu Farm View
The view from where we were seated at Malibu Farm

Malibu Farm has a menu full of appetizing items that includes breakfast items, salads, bites, sandwiches, burgers, larger entrees, alcoholic beverages, and fresh juices.
We both chose their Grassfed Beef Burger during our visit. The burger is topped with havarti cheese, pepperconcini aioli, tomato, red onion, and sandwiched between a brioche bun. On the side, we were offered potato salad; bring on the carbs!

Malibu Farm Food
Grassfed Beef Burger at Malibu Farm

What we love:
Malibu Farm is a locally owned business that uses real ingredients, none of that fat free stuff! That’s right, eat the real thing, not a fabrication of the real thing, otherwise, why eat at all?

Parking can be difficult during a busy day, you can look for parking along side the highway, but honestly, save yourself the stress and pay for parking in the parking lot located right next to the pier. We looked for parking along the highway for about 10 minutes before realizing there was a parking lot next to Malibu Farm.

Malibu Farm Parking
The Amazing View from the parking lot located right next to Malibu Farm

Bring a bathing suit and beach towels! Since you already paid for parking, walk down to the beach and enjoy the scenery, which include the beautiful ocean, people watching, and surfers catching some waves.
Drive a few minutes to Pepperdine University, located just two miles from Malibu Farm. The views from this University are spectacular, there is a gate at the front, but let them know you’re visiting the school, hopefully that works for you as it did for us.

Pepperdine University View
The view from Pepperdine University


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