The Malibu Farm Restaurant: a full-service restaurant with full bar & specialty cocktails, located at the start of the pier.
The Malibu Farm Cafe: a counter-service cafe, located at the END of the pier, over the Pacific Ocean.
I’m always in for fresh, organic and local restaurants and we both really enjoyed being so close to the pacific and enjoyed the atmosphere. We decided to go to the restaurant and ordered two cauliflower pizzas with different toppings, ginger shots and one wine for lunch (someone had to drive), followed by a vegan peach ice-cream which was delicious. I’m not vegan but I love to try different food options, especially the healthy ones. After a beach walk we drove back to LA and stopped at a market which sells antique and imported things from Indonesia. It was a cute looking spot, but we did not end up buying anything. Our next stop was Marina del Rey. Marina del Rey is an unincorporated seaside community in Los Angeles County with a marina that is a major boating and water recreation destination of the Greater Los Angeles Area. After a quick coffee we went to Venice which is known for its bohemian spirit, it is a buzzing beach town with upscale commercial and residential pockets. Free-spirited Venice Boardwalk is the site of funky shops, street performers and colorful murals. There’s also a skate park and Muscle Beach outdoor gym. Abbot Kinney Boulevard features foodie hot spots, stylish boutiques and coffee bars. A picturesque enclave of canals is surrounded by modernist homes. We spend the rest of our afternoon there. Our last stop for the day was Beverly Hills where we took a few “typical” LA palm tree pictures. Filled with lots of impressions and amazing memories we drove back to Palm Springs.