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  • Types of Breakfasts Served
    American Breakfast, Brunch

Breakfast at the Paradise Cove Beach Café is a truly idyllic experience that combines delicious food with breathtaking ocean views. Located in Malibu, California, this beachfront café offers a charming and relaxed atmosphere that perfectly captures the essence of Southern California beach culture.

As you step into the café, you are greeted by the soothing sound of crashing waves and the invigorating scent of saltwater. The open-air seating allows you to bask in the natural beauty surrounding you while enjoying your morning meal.

The breakfast menu at Paradise Cove Beach Café features an array of mouthwatering options that cater to all tastes and preferences. Whether you’re craving a hearty breakfast to fuel your day or a lighter, refreshing choice, there’s something for everyone. From classic American breakfast staples like fluffy pancakes, crispy bacon, and perfectly cooked eggs to healthier options like fresh fruit bowls, yogurt parfaits, and avocado toast, the menu is designed to satisfy a variety of appetites.

The café’s skilled chefs take pride in using locally sourced ingredients to create flavorful and wholesome dishes. The emphasis on quality and freshness is evident in every bite, making the breakfast experience at Paradise Cove Beach Café truly exceptional.

One of the highlights of dining at Paradise Cove Beach Café is the stunning oceanfront setting. You can choose to sit on the outdoor patio, allowing you to feel the gentle sea breeze and take in the panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. The sight of rolling waves, golden sand, and swaying palm trees creates a serene and picturesque backdrop for your breakfast.

Moreover, the friendly and attentive staff at Paradise Cove Beach Café ensure that your dining experience is nothing short of exceptional. Their warm hospitality and prompt service add to the overall enjoyment of your morning meal.

After breakfast, you have the opportunity to explore the beautiful beach at Paradise Cove. Take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline, dip your toes in the refreshing water, or simply relax on the pristine sand. It’s a perfect way to continue your day after a satisfying breakfast.

In summary, breakfast at the Paradise Cove Beach Café is a delightful combination of delicious food, breathtaking views, and a relaxed beachside ambiance. Whether you’re a local resident or a visitor to Malibu, this café offers a memorable breakfast experience that embodies the laid-back coastal lifestyle of Southern California.




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7,276 reviews
  • Jose Fababa
    Jose Fababa
    2 months ago

    Honestly, it was pricier than I expected but totally worth it. The view, sample seating, for a seafood place it didn't smell, nice and clean, our waiter was amazing- truly nice and patient, accommodated our party, made pretty good recommendations for our plates. The dessert was delightful- have never seen such a huge piece of layer cake and each one of us got a layer; the cake was so moist and the right amount of sweet. A truly amazing restaurant and a must experience location.

  • Dean Livingstone
    Dean Livingstone
    a week ago

    I'm from the UK and this is my 3rd visit to L.A. I finally got to go to Paradise Cove on this trip and was a bit underwhelmed by it. The beach itself was probably the worst out of all the beaches i visited, the pier was closed for repair (and that was the only reason i wanted to go there) and while the cafe and it's staff were amazing the food was definitely wasn't. $30 for cold fries and tasteless fish. Glad to be able to say I've been there but I won't be going back. El Matador and a McDonald's wins hands down.

  • Ry Sedrick
    Ry Sedrick
    a month ago

    A historic gem, this cafe offers the perfect setting for a hearty breakfast. Steeped in history and adorned with vintage elements, it's also a delightful spot to savor the cove with a 'Beach Boys' claim to fame. The food is good, with big servings and well-seasoned dishes (served in tin plates which is charming but feels indigent), although the hashbrowns tend to be on the oily side. Be mindful of a 5% charge, and there's a $10 parking fee – a bummer, but in California, nothing comes for free.

  • DwanBentTwyford
    a week ago

    This place was like a hidden retreat! I loved it so much. It sits directly on the beach I ordered clam chowder in a bread bowl and Ahi tuna as a second dish. When they brought the chowder, it was in a sauce pan and completely full! I could not believe my eyes! Never have I seen so much chowder in one serving! I immediately regretted ordering the second I dove in and ate all of the clam chowder and took my Ahi to go. The bread bowl was fresh, and the chowder was amazing. I ate the Ahi the next day, and it was great. My husband ordered the cheeseburger, and it looked yummy. We took a stroll on the beach. It was a great day.

  • Emily B
    Emily B
    a month ago

    This place is pretty expensive for the dishes. The atmosphere was nice - we were surprised to go around lunch time and the place be basically empty. The staff was very blunt and not friendly. We did think it was worth at least 3 stars because the clam chowder was good except for its stale crackers on top. Just a heads up that you do pay $10 to park and have to get the parking validated (minimum $30 to spend inside the cafe for the parking validation).

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  • Monday 08:00 - 11:00
  • Tuesday 08:00 - 11:00
  • Wednesday 08:00 - 11:00
  • Thursday 08:00 - 11:00
  • Friday 08:00 - 11:00
  • Saturday 08:00 - 11:00
  • Sunday 08:00 - 11:00